Published by Flowing Stream Books
Publication Date November 14, 2019
Genres: Christian Fiction, Christmas, Clean Romance
Setting: Washington Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 25-34
Written for: Adults
For these two searching hearts, it will take the love of a community to help heal painful memories and bring them together.
Annie Romano has her heart set on starting her own business as a personal chef when she returns to Fairhaven, Washington, with her young daughter Emma. But her business gets off to a slow start, and she must search for a part-time job to help make ends meet. When her former employer and bakery-owner, Irene Jameson, has a health crisis and needs a live-in caregiver, Irene’s grandson offers Annie the job. Motivated by her love for Irene, Annie puts aside her own plans and moves in to care for Irene.
Consumed by his work as marketing director for a hotel chain and painful memories from the past, Alex Jameson only plans to stay in Fairhaven until issues with his grandmother’s care and the future of her struggling bakery are settled. He doesn’t seem to realize how much he needs faith, family, or love. But the deeper meaning of the holiday season, his grandmother and her matchmaking friends, and one fatherless little girl start pulling at his heartstrings . . . just in time for Annie and Alex to enjoy a very special Christmas.
I would like to thank Carrie Turansky for giving me a copy of this book. This gift did not influence my opinion or review.
Given the opportunity to review this book by Carrie Turansky, I couldn’t pass it up, despite a full blog calendar!
Snowflake Sweethearts is a sweet romance of second chances.
Brought together when Alex’s grandmother Irene experienced a heart attack, Alex and Annie struggled to trust each other. Abandonment issues from their past threatened to keep them apart.
I loved Annie’s faith, which she returned to after making some mistakes while in college. She knew that God would not abandon her and sought Him and His wisdom in the hard times of her life.
This story has many tender moments. Some fun scenes made me smile, such as when Emma lost her first tooth and the ice skating escapade.
If you enjoy Hallmarky Christmas romance, be sure to pick up a copy of Snowflake Sweethearts!
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