Snowballed by Melanie Ting

 


Release Date: 06.07.2021




Synopsis:


She needs Prince Farming . . . but she got me instead.

Sure, life’s been easy for me. Growing up in an oceanside house in SoCal, playing top-level college hockey, driving a luxury car with a generous allowance—sounds like the dream, right? Turns out what I didn’t have was freedom. And when I decided to transfer to Moo U for my last year of hockey, my controlling father cut me off.

No money, no car, no friends. I’m just another student struggling to make ends meet. The only place I can afford to live is the Meyers’ farm, where I’ll work in exchange for room and board. Farm work is so exhausting that I don’t even have time to wallow in the crappy turn my life has taken. Zoe Meyers is a hot blonde Amazon with all the energy of a chipmunk on crack. And her positivity is making me realize how lucky I really am, even though I’m broke. Too bad she’s not impressed by a guy who can’t figure out which end of a goat to milk.

Because suddenly I want to impress her. I want to do a lot more with her too . . . if I can get her out of the barn and into my arms.

Review:



Snowballed was a fantastic read, the romance was sweet, the characters were great and the hockey was on point.

Noah is a grumpy californian Adonis, Zoe is a bubbly farmer, they don't get along from the first encounter but often appearances can be deceptive and their fiendship grows slowly and organically chapter after chapter revealing their true selves.

I've appreciated these characters, they are deep and relatable. I feel for Zoe, I understand her so well and I wanted to hug her and to become her friend. Noah is so reliable, and cute when he works with the animals... book-boryfriend material here.

This was the first time I've read Melanie Ting and I've enjoyed her writing and storyline.

Get it now if slow burn is your jam, there are also some cute goats.



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