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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

BOOK REVIEW- FROSTY THE SNOWMAN BY MIMI BARBOUR

Love, Christmas - Holiday stories that will put a song in your heart! by [Banks, Leanne, Mimi Barbour, Joan Reeves, Mona Risk, Patricia Rosemoor, Rebecca York, Denise Devine, Donna Fasano, Traci Hall, Taylor Lee, Stephanie Queen, Jennifer St. Giles, Alicia Street, Katy Walters, Rachelle Ayala, Jacquie Biggar, Michele Hauf, Dani Haviland, Nancy Radke, Cynthia Cooke]
Holiday Heartwarmers Book #4

Frosty the Snowman by Mimi Barbour
Strangers, Hali and Terry, and a cute but mischievous Samoyed puppy are stranded in the Alaskan bush due to a freak snowstorm that forces him to land his small Cessna. From the beginning, she’s never known a man so independent and rigid in his need to have things done his way. And he’s never known a woman so willing to help, stepping on his pride in such a lovable way that he can’t take offense. The frigid temperatures are brutal and when he falls through the ice to save a puppy, the stakes for survival become enormous. Can their blossoming mutual attraction withstand their multiple challenges?    AMAZON


This is the book that I read in this Series and it starts out with action right out of the gate.   
I have to admit the minute that Terry opened his mouth, I hated him. Even as the story went on and I realized he was kind of a handsome but reclusive guy, I wasn't sure my opinion would change.  But thankfully it did.  He was a softie hidden behind a bossy, crusty interior.   I could really see it with his interactions with the puppy.  The puppy that Hali was there to deliver as a gift to someone in Alaska.  
Trying to survive in blizzard conditions was written in a believable way. Even when Hali caused a few mishaps being a city girl and all.  She had some spunk and redheaded backbone.  Sometimes that helped their situation but not always.   Once the anger and resentment cooled, sparks of a different kind heated up.  
A charming story, that brought a smile and a small surprise twist at the end.  


I was  given a gift of this book and have voluntarily decided to write a review. 

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the lovely review, it's so appreciated.
    xo

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