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Letters in the Snow (Turning Creek 3) Paperback – February 21, 2016
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Michelle Boule has been, at various times, a librarian, a bookstore clerk, an administrative assistant, a wife, a mother, a writer, and a dreamer trying to change the world. Michelle writes the historical fantasy series Turning Creek. She is married to a rocket scientist and has two small boys. She brews her own beer, will read almost anything in book form, loves to cook, bake, go camping, and believes Joss Whedon is a genius. She dislikes steamed zucchini, snow skiing, and running. Unless there are zombies. She would run if there were zombies.
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Iris is a Remnant of The Messenger to the former gods of Olympus, and works as a postmistress in a small Colorado mountain town in the 1800s. Iris’s life becomes a bit more exciting when she starts getting letters from an admirer. I loved the letters that Iris and her admirer exchanged; love, love, loved them! I actually felt anticipation along with Iris when she would get a new one. I adored Iris’s character and I just fell in love with Henry. He is definitely my favorite so far, and I think this book might be my favorite of the three as well. This is one of those books that I didn’t want to put down until it was finished.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.