Review: An Alaskan Christmas


In Alaska, it’s always a white Christmas—but the sparks flying between two reunited friends could turn it red-hot…

If there’s one gift Erika Sheraton does not want for Christmas, it’s a vacation. Ordered to take time off, the workaholic surgeon reluctantly trades in her scrubs for a ski suit and heads to Wild River, Alaska. Her friend Cassie owns a tour company that offers adventures to fit every visitor. But nothing compares to the adrenaline rush Erika feels on being reunited with Cassie’s brother, Reed Reynolds.

Gone is the buttoned-up girl Reed remembers. His sister’s best friend has blossomed into a strong, skilled, confident woman. She’s exactly what his search-and-rescue team needs—and everything he didn’t know he craved. The gulf between his life in Wild River and her big-city career is wide. But it’s no match for a desire powerful enough to melt two stubborn hearts…

Rating: 4-stars


An Alaskan Christmas by Jennifer Snow is one that tugged at my heart strings. I felt the chemistry spark between the protagonists. It was fun following their blossoming romance and their tensions break. Relationships and hard work are a huge theme in this book. But it also shows there’s more to life than working. New beginnings and a chance at forever romance are shown here. Whether or not these characters got it, I enjoyed the reading it. The pages showed the reality of real life, the drama of work and stress. The risks of getting into a relationship and etc. It all tied in beautifully. Jennifer Snow wrote well. Her characters are unforgettable.


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