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When Snowflakes Fall: A Grayson Novella (The Graysons) Kindle Edition
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Luke is a single dad. He has his own business and easily combines his work with being a father. He's happy with what he's accomplished, but there's something missing from his life though, he hasn't dated a woman in a long time. When Luke meets Christie he knows she's different from the other women he's met since his ex-wife abandoned him and he'd love to get to know her better. However, Christie has a secret and she has built thick walls around herself. Will Luke be able to break them down?
When Snowflakes Fall is a sweet story about two people who instantly feel connected. Luke and Christie both know straight away that they are the one for each other, but the circumstances aren't ideal because of Christie's past. She does agree to see Luke again though and I loved how natural their relationship felt. Luke is a responsible and caring man and he's very kind to Christie. She might be hurt, but she can't resist Luke and there is plenty of chemistry.
Tara Wyatt's writing flows easily and when Snowflakes Fall is a quick read. It's the kind of story I can only read in one sitting, because I have to know how it ends. A healthy dosage of snow makes it extra romantic. The story is set in December, so it's cold and the atmosphere is festive. It's a wonderful winter novella, which is a great choice for a cold winter night.
Luke Grayson isn't interested in dating -- ever since his ex-wife left him and his young son he's only wanted to protect Ethan from abandonment. But when he meets pediatric doctor Christie Harmon, he realizes it might be time to get out there again. Christie has moved to Wyoming to start over and get away from everything that happened back home. But just when she's sure she doesn't need another man messing up her life she meets Luke and his adorable son. Can these two learn to trust again?
What I Liked
This was a sweet and enjoyable holiday romance and I can't wait to read about more of the Grayson family. Luke was a wonderful father and I loved the moments between him and Ethan. Talk about melty moments! Christie was also really likable; she is naturally drawn to Luke and is great around Ethan. She initially turns down Luke's dinner invitation in an attempt to be cautious but soon realizes that she might be passing up the best thing to ever happen to her. Once she give Luke a chance she realizes how strong of a connection they have. Though this only takes place over a month, I still feel that Tara Wyatt does a good job of showing us how compatible they are and how much they care about each other.
I also really appreciate that Luke did not get judgmental over Christie's past. They do have a fight over it because Christie is concerned over how the community will view her and by association, Luke but Luke is very supportive and understands that Christie did nothing wrong.
What Needs Work
There wasn't much I didn't like on this one; it is short and the relationship is pretty insta-love but it's still enjoyable and well written. The only thing I would say is that after everything that happened with Christie and her determination not to be impulsive, she jumped at being with Luke pretty fast. But this did not annoy me, it just stood out. Also, I'm not sure a 7-8 year old knows what a wingman is but I don't have kids, so maybe I'm wrong?
Luke Grayson is still reeling from his ex leaving him and his young son years before and normally doesn't find himself opening up to women. There however is something about the pediatrician that treated his son and he finds himself wanting to spend more and more time with her but will her past be the thing that tears them apart?
When Snowflakes Fall is a pretty quick novella length romance read. The entire story takes place from the start of Dec until right before Christmas so I would warn that if not a fan of fast moving instant connections this one may not be for you.
The writing and characters in here were really likable, one with having a child involved is always nice when they get along with the new person in their life. There are also steamier moments between the pair. The only thing I slightly struggled with myself whether Christie should of told her past sooner but then again the relationship was only a few weeks in so her holding back on revealing those details didn't seem too outrageous and dishonest.
Overall, a pretty good quick romance read set around the Christmas season.
I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.
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