Let It Snow, a review by Shelley

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Beth Moran

Boldwood Books
Publishing August 30th, 2022
367 pages
Amazon | Goodreads

This is my second Christmas book this summer and it is also my second read by Beth Moran. I really enjoyed Just The Way You Are when I read it back in January. And just like that one, Let it Snow gave me all the feels. A little bit humourous, a little bit romantic, and a whole lot of fun. This enemies to romance hit the spot for me. The flashback paragraphs were some of my favourite parts as I loved getting to know Adam and Henry. I did not like Adam one bit, he was very selfish and self-centered.

The characters were so wonderful, I want to be part of the Armstrong family. As much as Bea complained about them, you could tell she really loved them at heart. The mystery element of Nana’s past (who’s your daddy) was intriguing, to say the least, and the perfect touch of a little something extra. The Baxter house section during the interviews had me laughing out loud, what a hoot, and there were many great characters (or should I say caricatures?) there as well…many of whom I loved to hate. I can’t finish this review without mentioning the cover, it is adorable and I will definitely be picking up a physical copy for that alone.

If you enjoy cute, quirky books that are more than just a romance novel, especially ones with a Christmas theme, I highly recommend you pick this one up.

Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an Advance Readers Copy.

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