Review: Snowed in for Christmas

Snowed In for Christmas

Synopsis:

A family gathering

This Christmas the Miller siblings have one goal—to avoid their well-meaning family’s endless stream of prying questions. Ross, Alice and Clemmie have secrets that they don’t intend to share, and they are relying on each other to deflect attention.

An uninvited guest

Lucy Clarke is facing a Christmas alone and the prospect of losing her job. Unless she can win a major piece of business from Ross Miller, the season promises to be anything but festive. She’ll just deliver her proposal to his family home and then leave. After all, she wouldn’t want to intrude on the Miller family’s perfect Christmas.

A Christmas to remember

When Lucy appears on the Miller family’s snow-covered Highland doorstep, she’s mistaken for Ross’s girlfriend. By the time the confusion is cleared up, they’re snowed in—she can’t leave, even if she wants to! But does she want to? As secrets spill out like presents from an overstuffed stocking and the chemistry between her and Ross ignites, this is going to be either Lucy’s worst Christmas ever or the best mistake of her life.

Rating: 5-stars

Review:

Snowed in for Christmas by Sarah Morgan is written with a lot of heart and humor. This story reminded me of one hilarious Christmas movie called Christmas with the Franks. Secrets, dilemmas, mayhem, and family play a huge role in this perfect holiday read. I can also see this novel being a Hallmark movie. The characters were realistic. I am able to understand where they are and why they do not want their secrets let loose. Yet, they come out anyways. I could not stop laughing with the characters as events take place. The family was charming as ever. The siblings and their troubles keep me from putting the book down. I keep wondering what’s next. I also enjoyed following the whole Ross and Lucy situation. Talk about complicated! Sarah Morgan knows how to engage readers like myself. I love her characters and the situations they cause. Overall, this is indeed the best read to get into the Christmas festive spirit.

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