Falling Like Snowflakes

Hunter, Denise. Falling Like Snowflakes: A Summer Harbor Novel. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson. 2015.

snowflakesCold, alone, scared and penniless, Eden Martelli and her son, Micah, are running away. When her car fails, Eden finds shelter in a storage shed but soon meets the owner, Beau Callahan. As past abuse and emotional baggage surface for Eden, she tries to shut herself away but finds her heart may not be listening. Through tough lessons, trust issues, family dynamics and a bit of faith, Eden and Beau realize while not easy, the jagged path may be worth it…

Oh the possibilities of a new series from author, Denise Hunter. Initially drawn to the book by the cover and title, I also was pulled into the story as it progressed. Though perhaps a bit predictable in parts, the bits and pieces involved kept my interest til the end. Full of family situations, possible real-life complications and even a realistic finish, Falling Like Snowflakes was certainly a good read. Not usually a huge fan of contemporary genre, this book may have affected that theory more than a mere trace. With many possible characters for future stories within the Summer Harbor series, I will definitely continue with this author and her future books.

4.5 (out of 5) pennies

*I received a complimentary copy of Falling Like Snowflakes from BookLook Bloggers for my honest review*


2 thoughts on “Falling Like Snowflakes

  1. I’ve every intention of continuing with this series, too! There were good setups for the other characters’ stories, without the author going off on too-long-tangents to set the stage for the next book(s) in the series, which happens sometimes in series novels.

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