Jamie Carie is a new romance novelist whose writing was ranked among the best unpublished work of 2006 by popular arts and entertainment Web site Infuze. An insatiable reader, her influences range from Dickens and Dumas to Francine Rivers and Nicholas Sparks. Jamie lives with her husband and their three children in Indianapolis, Indiana. Snow Angel is her first novel.
Good story. New author. There were some predicable things and some twists that were not expected. Will read Jamie Carie again.Published 8 months ago by betty ahrens
I loved the guy and the Alaskan setting. The historical context of the Gold Rush was cool. The woman character's inability to communicate as the main way to advance the plot... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Austin Jane
Just finished Snow Angel by Jamie Carie. I loved it. She is artistic with the language. The story is gripping with tension on every page. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Loves Good Stories
A great story comes together across the USA that has you wanting to turn another page to see what is going to happen.Published 16 months ago by Steve S
I enjoyed this book. There was history about the gold rush in Alaska that was interesting. There was a Christian element to this book but very little preaching and more about how... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book was totally amazing!!
I loved Elizabeth and Noah together. I loved how they interacted with one another. Read more
Awesome, awesome, awesome!! Fantastic read!! This noel is an exciting and inspiring page turner!! Keep up the good work Jamie and thanks for sharing your writing talent with... Read morePublished on August 4, 2012 by isabellagracebyfaith
My daughter introduced me to her wonderful collection of Jamie Carie novels. Snow Angel was my first read by this fabulous, christian author. Read morePublished on August 2, 2012 by ms_va_lady
Great read! could read over and over again! The characters are well rounded and you never expect what is going to happen next,truly a good readPublished on March 17, 2012 by Rebecca