A Snowy Little Christmas

A Snowy Little Christmas

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Sometimes love needs a little help from Mother Nature—and what better time than the holidays to let it snow . . . and snow . . . and snow . . .
STARRY NIGHT * Fern Michaels
As the host of a radio program for the lovelorn, Jessie Richmond is surprisingly lonely, especially with the holidays approaching. So she decides to make the trek to her uncle’s bookstore in rural New York state and hold a speed dating event—only to find herself snowed in—with one very special single . . .
After years of hard work, real estate agent Layla Gentry has her dream home on Pine Cove Island. She’s perfectly content to be on her own. Until her childhood nemesis, Sebastian, comes to town. When a snowstorm and a stranded kitten bring them together on Christmas Eve, Layla discovers he’s all grown up—and she may have one more dream left . . .
It’s all work and no play for two longtime friends-turned-business-partners Kristen and
Jasper—until an unexpected kiss turns things personal. Will it mean the end of something, or the beginning? With a major contract in the balance, Christmas around the corner, and a lot of unspoken feelings, it may take an unpredictable blizzard in New England to seal the deal . . .

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781420146080
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 10/29/2019
Pages: 336
Sales rank: 22,375
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

FERN MICHAELS is the USA Today and New York Times bestselling author of the Sisterhood, Men of the Sisterhood and Godmothers series, as well as dozens of other novels and novellas. There are over one-hundred ten million copies of her books in print. Fern Michaels has built and funded several large day-care centers in her hometown, and is a passionate animal lover who has outfitted police dogs across the country with special bulletproof vests. She shares her home in South Carolina with her four dogs and a resident ghost named Mary Margaret. Visit her website at www.fernmichaels.com.
Award‑winning author TARA SHEETS is a lover of fairytales and a staunch believer in happily ever after.  She enjoys writing women’s fiction and lighthearted romance with a splash of magic.  Tara holds a BA in Communications and is a graduate of the University of Washington’s Popular Fiction Writing Program.  Her debut novel, Don’t Call Me Cupcake, won the 2016 Golden Heart® sponsored by Romance Writers of America. Tara now lives in the Pacific Northwest with her book‑loving family and a book‑eating dog named Merlin. Please visit her at www.tarasheets.com or on Twitter @Tara_Sheets.
KATE CLAYBORN lives in Virginia, where she's lucky enough to spend her days reading and talking about all kinds of great books. At home she's either writing, thinking about writing, or—during long walks around her fabulous neighborhood—making her handsome husband and sweet-faced dog listen to her talk about writing.  Kate loves to hear from and connect with readers—follow her on Twitter, on Instagram, and on Facebook. Visit her at www.kateclayborn.com to sign up for her newsletter.


Summerville, South Carolina

Place of Birth:

Hastings, Pennsylvania


High School

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A Snowy Little Christmas 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
tlgreear 6 days ago
Honestly, I wanted to read this book because the first novella was from Fern Michaels. Plus the stories are all about Christmas so win win!! And I wan’t wrong about the Fern Michaels story. Starry Night was definitely my favorite of the three novellas. Jessie Richmond must clear out and sell her Uncle’s beloved bookstore right before the Holiday Season. The descriptions of the characters and setting makes me want to move to rural New York. (GASPI Did this southern girl just say that!) Fern Michaels has a way of character development that makes me think these are real people and she has just changed their names. The story is fun and Christmasy and snowy, plus the sparks that fly between a couple of characters will keep a Yule log burning for awhile! Mistletoe and Mimosas by Tara Sheets was surprisingly enjoyable. I say that because I am not familiar with Tara Sheets and the story was a little more serious. Sheets develops a story around past hurts that are sometimes misunderstood. The forgiveness them is strong in the plot line. We deal with high school bullying and families that aren’t always what they seem to the outside world. Because the story is written during the Holiday season the plot is definitely kinder and gentler than it could have been. All in all, I did enjoy the story and will definitely add more Books by Tara Sheets to my library. Missing Christmas by Kate Clayborn was disappointing. I felt like the story started in the middle of the book. I had no clue who the characters were, what was going on or even what the story was about. Little clues were given the further I read but I just couldn’t get interested. Sorry. I voluntarily received a copy of this book from Netgalley.
txjewkat 8 days ago
‘‘Tis the season to see another anthology with title author Fern Michaels. A yearly must read. All three authors bring their talents to bring stories to enjoy. One of the best Christmas anthologies this season.
bmrawlins 21 days ago
Starry Night and Mistletoe and Mimosas were fun, warm, holiday treats. I enjoy novellas so I can savor one at a time and not feel like I am pressed for time. In Starry Night, Jessie is a spirited career woman who finds hidden treasures in the bookstore her uncle gifted to her. Some parts of story felt a little rushed, but it all come together nicely in a feel-good way. Mistletoe and Mimosas was probably my favorite of the three. Layla and Sebastian remind me a little of a modern-day Elizabeth and Darcy with the joys of the holiday season. Missing Christmas felt a little out of place for this collection of stories. The first two stories were generally clean reads, so I was surprised when the details in this last story were not in the same category of clean romance. I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
Madm007 21 days ago
Truly enjoyed "Missing Christmas" by Kate Clayborn 4 ⭐⭐⭐⭐ A clean, dual POV that flowed rather well. Friends to and business owners to lovers, what a mess that could be, at least according to Jasper. I felt so bad for him, he truly had no way to understand commitment, forever or unconditional love. Kristen however, is all sunshine and rainbows, bubbly personality. It's why they run such a successful business. They get stranded and a lot of thoughts and feelings get revealed--and none of them to do with business. There's even an epilogue as they make new Christmas traditions--HEA here! Really enjoyed "Mistletoe and Mimosas" by Tara Sheets 4 ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Clean Romance--easy read, Layla and Sebastian, poor girl, rich boy way back in high school. All is not always as it looks from the outside, when these two finally get stranded at Seb's vet clinic, much is revealed. Layla's foster kitty, Toonces, unwittingly played a part in all this, which made for a bit of tense reading, but furbabies are always bonus in books for me. There was a bit of humor throughout, but one line, very memorable, coming out of little Charlie “Then he’s taking her to pound town for dessert.” Big LOL here! I could've used a more finished HEA, felt like it just stopped too fast considering it's a Christmas Romance, an epilogue would've been good here too. An okay read "Starry Night" by Fern Michaels 3 ⭐⭐⭐ This was a good Christmas story. Smalltown togetherness and lots to do with all the townspeople participating. Descriptions were good, but I felt no romance here. I like it to be more visible, with a defined HEA. I received an ARC thru Netgalley, thoughts and opinions are my own.
Terri_C 21 days ago
I'll admit I wanted to read this Christmas anthology because of Fern Michaels being a contributing author. However, the novella I ended up liking the best was by Kate Clayborn. I had never heard of her before, but her novella that was told from the dual point of view was different enough to really catch and grab my attention. The story line of two business partners who have been fighting their attraction to each other was fun, quirky and so much fun. I especially enjoyed the male character's expression of his feelings. I love Christmas anthologies because you can complete a story in a short amount of time and get the feel good out of it before you have to put it down and do something else. This anthology was very enjoyable because all three stories had a "stranded in the snow with someone of the opposite sex" theme going for it. That is one of my favorite. This was definitely worth reading! I was given a complimentary copy of this book via NetGalley. All thoughts are my own.
kaitlynspet 21 days ago
Fern Michaels' A Snowy Little Christmas was an enjoyable read. It is actually three short stories by Fern Michaels, Tara Sheets, and Kate Clayborn. Each is a completely different Rom-Com with the Christmas season as the backdrop. I would definitely recommend this book. Fern Michaels' A Snowy Little Christmas was an enjoyable read. It is actually three short stories by Fern Michaels, Tara Sheets, and Kate Clayborn. Each is a completely different Rom-Com with the Christmas season as the backdrop. I would definitely recommend this book.
Svara 21 days ago
Three novellas about holiday romance. This book will set your holiday season "feel goods". Snuggle up and get ready for a cozy evening of lovely reading.
jjthor 21 days ago
Christmas romance novellas you can't miss. this book has a great selection of authors for you to choose from. All very well written and smooth storylines. Has all the ingrediants for a heartwarming read. Adventure, romance and life. Nice quick reads to help pass the time and loose yourself for a while
AMGiacomasso 21 days ago
I'm a fan of Christmas stories and these three were really good, entertaining and engrossing. They're full of Christmas spirit and you will root for the characters and enjoy the plot. A good read, highly recommended! Many thanks to the Kensington Books and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.