Release Date: 10/13/2015
Noah Drake was that guy–the one always on the lookout for his next adrenaline high, so it was no surprise when he took off across the world, seeking adventure as a travel writer. But one thing he could never escape was Piper Bellini, the girl who got away–the girl he let get away, a fact he’s never let himself forget. When he returns to Echo Lake to see if there’s any chance the flame between them can be rekindled, he never expects to spend the night holed up with Piper in a roadside diner while a blizzard rages outside. It’s exactly the kind of situation that sent Piper running years ago. But this time, Noah may have been handed a Christmas miracle, and he intends to make all of his and Piper’s wishes come true…
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Snowflake Wishes is an absolutely breathtaking love story between a safety-net kind of woman who longs for a family of her own and a risk-taking man who craves adventure but never quite got over the girl he left behind.
I completely loved this story. It’s fast-paced, well-written, and so compelling I couldn’t put it down. Even though this is a novella, coming in at only 93 pages, the story had so much emotion and heart packed into its pages that I instantly fell in love with Piper and Noah, and the small town of Echo Lake. It’s the perfect introduction to author Maggie McGinnis new series, and if you haven’t read it yet, you really, really should. These are two great characters with one big problem that keeps getting in the way of their love for each other, making this a fantastic and heart wrenching story.
Highly, highly recommend this read!
Maggie McGinnis is a USA Today bestselling author and Golden Heart Finalist who lives in New England, vastly outnumbered by both children and cats. She writes sweet romances set in Montana and Vermont, and feels extremely fortunate that through her books, she gets to fall in love every single day. She’s a sucker for romantic comedies, popcorn, and the perfect green pen, and if she wasn’t an author, she’d totally be rocking a Nashville club in her pink cowgirl boots. It’s probably good that she embraced the author thing, because her singing skills are better suited to the shower, and really? Pink cowgirl boots?