- File Size: 552 KB
- Print Length: 104 pages
- Publisher: Forever Yours (November 1, 2016)
- Publication Date: November 1, 2016
- Sold by: Hachette Book Group
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01F1UD6E0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #822,756 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Let It Snow Kindle Edition
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Sam is interested in Holly and he has been for some time. Why doesn't she see how pretty she is?? He thought she wasn't interested in him and that was so far from the truth.
Christmas Eve both Holly and Sam are pulling the long hours giving shoppers time to pick up that last minute gift. As the weather worsens, customers are few and far between. Both try to concentrate on work, but they are sneaking glances at each other on the sly.
When the police shut down the highway because of the blizzard, Holly and Sam are stuck in the bookstore for the night. They end up talking about liking each other, and when the power goes out, they snuggle to keep warm. When snuggling leads to secrets revealed, a whole lot more than snuggling takes place! Whew! It's hot in here!
What a adorable Christmas story! You go into Let It Snow thinking it will be a typical story with some sexual escapades etc., etc., etc. What we really get is more-so much more! Jeanette Gray does a great job of giving us feelings. Both characters have hang ups and we see first hand how they open up to each other by confronting these feelings. When things go back to normal, how do they handle what happened? Grab this gem and find out for yourself!
4 stars/3 flames
This book was gifted to me by the Jeep Diva for the express purpose of an honest review. The rating and review are solely my unbiased opinion.
A cute holiday novella. Both Holly and Sam must work late on December 23rd for a small independent book store. It begins to snow and snow and snow. Before you know it, Holly and Sam are snowed in when closing time comes around. Holly has had a slow-burning crush for Sam ever since he had started as assistant manager at the beginning of the term.
To keep warm (and pass the time), they get into the owner’s cheap liquor.
“Next time she gets us stranded in her store for the night, the least she could do is spring for the mediocre stuff.”
You get the sense that getting stranded is not the worst thing to happen to Holly…
She was seriously going to have to thank Margie for making her work the late shift tonight. Suppressing her impulse to do a little end zone victory dance right there in her boss’s office, she refocused on her tasks…(to get lighting for the night and prepare for an evening of ???)
Having this night together (and you will have to read the details for yourself), allows Holly and Sam to explore their feelings for each other. Can they be friends? Or more? The unfolding of their relationship is steamy and sweet.
As often is the case, the next morning there is a bit of awkwardness. But we quickly get the sense that Sam is invested (even though an insecure Holly does not get that) especially when Sam convinces Holly to go with him to his parent’s house as it is very moving.
“They’re going to love you,” he repeated, full of a conviction she didn’t know if she could ever feel. And then he tilted his head to the side, and something in his smile fell wide open. “Just like I do.”
One thing that did throw me off though was the cover. The depiction of Sam and Holly was not how I envisioned these two young (essentially first or second year college aged kids) and that just bothered me.
As a first read by a new author, I found the flow and story line well told, engaging and leaving me wanting to read more by this author. So if you are looking for a feel good, a bit sexy, a bit sweet, Christmas themed quick read…this is the book for you.
*OBS would like to thank the publisher for supplying a free copy of this title in exchange for an honest review*