I enjoyed this novella that ventured into the harsh Alaskan landscape. The Snowflake was unique and well-written. The characters were fairly well-developed for a novella and the storyline was definitely different than those I have read before.
I found it to be an easy and quick read. It was a bit predictable in parts. However,there were a few things that surprised me. Ellen and Buck were both likeable characters, although I didnt feel extremely connected with them, but their budding relationship was sweet. The mental illness that appeared to plague Ellens brother added an extra level of danger to the already arduous journey.
The Snowflake is a good choice for those looking for a Christmas or winter story different than many other choices out there. (3.5 stars)
My thanks to B&H Publishing Group for the complimentary copy of this book that I received in exchange for an honest review.
This was a nice little "romance" story. I'm not one who reads romance stories per say. This one had so many other elements presented--but not dragged out. It was a fairly quick read and I would say I enjoyed it. No criticisms.
I really like this author and have read most of her books. I enjoy the big, bold adventure that she offers. I also appreciated the not so predictable story line. It was rather fun reading this short story at this beach recently - Christmas in July.
I was reminded that God can use us in unpredictable ways where ever we are in our lives if we allow Him to
The cover and title attracted me to read the book. But, it was a disappointment. To be titled "The Snowflake" it had nothing to do with snowflakes. It seemed to be a different story than what the cover said. I wished I had gotten more for my money.