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- Publication Date : November 23, 2018
- File Size : 2317 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 154 pages
- ASIN : B07K5XP6VT
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Page Numbers Source ISBN : 1731536291
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #150,027 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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However, Jocelynn Drake turned the trick and made this a tour de force of emotions, scorching heat and honesty in a way I found totally believable.
Staying with the bounds of Cincinnati where her Unbreakable Bonds and Ward's Security series are also set, she wraps us in that somewhat schizophrenic city's arms and takes Adam and Jason along for a sweet and loving ride.
To me the mark of a really good read is that a book reveals itself logically as it goes on and in this case Ms. Drake does it lovingly, and with a light touch that leaves whatever angst that comes along floating away like snowflakes in a gentle breeze.
Although a novella, my only complaint was that it felt rushed. There was a lot going on here and could have truly been a full-length book. Nevertheless, the novella was very enjoyable to read. Two co-workers forced to work together, both have different styles and reasons for being there. I liked how they were able to talk through their differences, including assumptions that were just untrue. Even thought it really isn't needed, I recommend reading the first two just because these characters make an appearance in this book and it will totally add to the experience.
This read is light, funny and steamy! Oh, and I wanted more Boo and Ninja! LOL. I recommend this novella if you want a feel good, holiday themed story that is well written and a wonderful escape during this holiday season.
In Ms Drake's blog she mentions this was supposed to be the last of the series, but.... I really hope Jack is the but... :-) he would deserve it.
Top reviews from other countries
I loved both Adam and Jason and their hopes and fears which meshed so well together once they got over themselves.
There's also a cute catch up with both couples from the first two books too.
It took me a little to warm up to Adam and Jason in the beginning. First I found their reactions and dialoges a bit childish and unprofessional despite their high repuations at the firm. But then I found it sweet how both men start out grudingly and then truely see each other not only as co-workers but as persons, and more. Of course they won an extra bonus from me for being cat lovers, I have to confess. Also I found myself really wanting to read more about Jason's family and how the situation for Adam's brother unfolds after the divorce from his calculating homophobic wife. Guess, enough material for another novella *grin *
Reading a Jocelynn Drake's Christmas novella at the end of my reading year has already become a dear tradition to me, ever since her „Walking on Thin Ice“ had been published in 2016, which I absolutely love! Each story can be read indepentantly, although Roland-Wainwright Enterprises connects them all in some way. Of course I highly recommend all 3 books. They all have what I love most of a Christmas Romance, likeable MC s and a HEA ending that makes me smile!
Snowballs Chance is a lovely feel good story about Adam (who we have met before) and Jason, who are thrown together to work on a marketing team. I love that their romance develops through some realistic doubts. It wouldn’t be Jocelynn without some drama though, and I also liked the way pervasive silent homophobia is shown, and dealt with. I love the cameo appearance from the guys in the other two books as well. Apart from a few serious moments this is a straightforward contemporary Christmas romance. Loved it!