A Kiss in the Snow by Rosie Green

 


Release Date: 10.31.2020


Synopsis:

After a cruel twist of fate sends her hurtling into a black hole of despair, Carrie is absolutely dreadingthe festive season-especially with sister, Krystle, being even more demanding of her time andenergy than usual. But then friend Maddy offers Carrie a lifeline: the chance to get away from it all ina holiday cottage in the gorgeous little village of Silverbells. Deciding that a few weeks of tranquillity-reading, baking and going for long walks in the countryside-might just restore her mood, Carrie isquick to take up the offer. But on arriving, it very soon becomes clear that this break is going to beanything but peaceful!

An unwelcome houseguest proves unsettling enough-especially one who whistles loudly first thingin the morning and is fartoo cheerful for his own good-but finding herself drawn into the spookymystery of her missing neighbour means there really isn't much time for personal reflection. Andthen love comes knocking, and Carrie is forced to decide exactly where her heart lies.Will this festive season be the disaster Carrie predicted? Or will Santa be good to her and deliver herheart's desire? One thing's for sure-this will be a Christmas Carrie will never, ever forget...



Review:


I really enjoyed this book, it was a nice, quick and easy to read.

Carrie decides to take a holiday after yet another heartbreak. She will spend few days by herself in a lovely cottage in Silverbells, far from her twin sister Krystle and her unrequited secret love Adam.
When she arrives she soon finds out that the cottage was double booked and her housemate is a gorgeous man. Carrie has to choose between sharing her house with Ronan or to go home and risking to be the third wheel in her sister's love affair.

I don't have a twin sister but I can easily relate to Carrie's troubles, it's hard to not be seen especially by your love interest and I liked how she decides that enough is enough and she take some actions to change her life.

I adored the plot, because Rosie Green didn't just write a sweet Christmas story but she also added funny moments, sorrowful realities and a mystery to solve, she kept a good pace throughout the book so the reader doesn't get tired.

I can't wait to find out what the author has in store for us next.





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