Greetings from Snowflake

Rusty Fischer
Greetings from Snowflake
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Musa Publishing
Release Date
December 2013
Chick-lit, Contemporary Romance, Inspirational Romance

Greetings from Snowflake, where for one true Believer, it really IS Christmas every day!

Jazz Noel is a Christmas "nut." From her candy cane panties to her year-round Christmas tree, she's perpetually stuck in December. She even runs the Christmas card division at Snowflake Sentiments, greeting card company in tiny Snowflake, South Carolina.

So it's no surprise that she should attract the attention of Ranger Scout, who works for none other than Santa Claus himself. When Jazz hires Ranger to be an intern at Snowflake Sentiments, she has no idea she's being observed – or that Ranger has any interest in her beyond an employer.

But Ranger has bigger plans for Jazz, and a bigger heart than she could have imagined. Will Jazz forsake her Christmas life in Snowflake for the magic of the North Pole? Or will Ranger have to give up his life as one of Santa's helpers to spend it with Jazz?

Like they say, anything can happen at Christmas

Book Review by VRValicento (reviewer)
Feb 04, 2014   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
81 people found the following review helpful
Do you believe in Santa? Do you LOVE Christmas? Do you wish you could celebrate all year round?

Jazz Noel does all of those things. She even met Santa when she was a child. How cool is that? Santa and the elves consider Jazz a Believer, or at least they think she could be a Believer. That is, someone so special that because they Believe and can see Santa, they can live in the North Pole, if they wish. To determine if she is a genuine Believer, Ranger is sent to investigate. Ranger is not an elf; he is also a Believer who works for Santa to discover other Believers.

This great little story about believing in Christmas and romance is based in Snowflake, South Carolina, where they take Christmas very seriously. There are Christmas-themed shops, restaurants, etc., in this quaint town. Jazz designs Christmas cards for Snowflake Sentiments, a greeting card company, and Ranger takes an intern position there to get to know and investigate Jazz's Believer status.

I loved the characters. Jazz and Ranger had instant chemistry and share a love of Christmas. Ranger has to investigate Jazz to determine if she's a true Believer, so he talks to everyone in the town--where she shops, where she eats, and he even interns where she works. The fun part is when he determines she is a true Believer, Ranger takes her to see Santa at the North Pole. The North Pole is just like Snowflake, the shops and restaurants, with an added bonus, EVERYONE believes in and has seen Santa.

Many Christmas romances are more about the romance and less about the holiday, but GREETINGS FROM SNOWFLAKE gives you equal parts of both. Most Christmas-themed stories take place during December; this one actually takes place in October. I love the idea of a Halloween Christmas.
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