- File Size: 1812 KB
- Print Length: 216 pages
- Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC (July 4, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 4, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0733MKZ45
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #366,312 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Jason has a long standing girlfriend but they don't see so much of each other. He seems content to spend time with his two best friends, Annabelle and Violet. He has feelings for Annabelle and hides them well.
Annabelle has been secretly in love with Jason but pretends that he is just a friend. She is afraid that he doesn't feel the same. Besides, she is not a homewrecker.
Kingsley joins Annabelle and her friends for lunch and she is instantly drawn to his good looks and his physique. He shows an interest in her and knowing that she might not have a chance with Jason, she decides to move on. Her friends are apprehensive about how fast things are developing between them but, she is adamant that she likes him enough to take a chance. His behaviour sends warning bells from the outset. She is flattered by the way he treats her most of the time and makes excuses when he behaves badly.
There are some disruptions between her and her friends about the relationship but their friendship comes first. Kingsley starts to impose restrictions. Totally unreasonable! Annabelle doesn't see them for what they are as she is so desperate to be loved and to make the relationship work. Jason decides to come clean but her response is not what he expects. The situation becomes awkward and he gives her breathing space.
Annabelle is a nice enough girl but she can be stubborn and irritating. Jason is a perfect gentleman whereas Kingsley acts like a spoilt brat. He takes matters to the extreme before Annabelle realises that she has made a mistake. To me it looks more like desperation! Violet is very supportive even though she is having her own problem due to the trauma she herself has been through. Christie is a newcomer to the group and fits in very well.
The storyline held my interest even though I found it hard to connect to Annabelle at times. The lies, deceits, threats and misunderstandings are compelling enough to make this a page turner. Friendship and true love prevail. In some ways it's an indication of the difficulties that some adolescents go through before they find their true selves. It would appeal to fans of new adults novels.
I was kindly issued with an eARC and the views expressed are my personal opinion.
Annabelle has been in love with her best friend for so long, but has never had the guts to tell him. It doesn't help that he has a girlfriend. When a new guy walks into her life and shows interest she can't help but feel flattered and excited at the prospect of finally having a boyfriend. For Me Annabelle comes across as somewhat immature and naive. She is always thinking ten steps ahead and not about right now. She struggles with trusting Kingsley and makes excuses for him. She wants a boyfriend so badly that she overlooks the concern of her friends.
Kingsley is an egotistical pain-in-the-a**! Talk about an over-inflated ego. He is constantly taking about how good he is at everything. He boasts about his job as a fireman and he is sneaky as h*ll. He is also extremely overprotective and a tad overbearing. I get that he likes Annabelle a lot, but the fact that he more or less calls her his after such a short time is crazy. I loved that he wasn't forceful and pushy with her and did have concern for her safety. He was just so full of himself that it sort of turned me off to his character.
Second Snowfall has an underlying story going on. Violet, who is from book one play a large part in this story as well and her past has come back to haunt her. Annabelle and Jason (their best friend) do everything they can to help her through this ordeal and to keep her safe. So, basically you get two stories within the pages of this book. It is a decent, quick read, that had me frustrated with how quickly Annabelle jumps from one issue to another, but all is done with an HEA.