by Maggie McGinnis
My rating: 4 stars
Publication Date: October 13, 2015
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Genre: Holiday Romance
Print Length: 93 pages
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...
Snowflake Wishes by Maggie McGinnis
Some need the adrenaline rush of travel and danger and some prefer the safety of home, familiar surroundings and people who have known you all your life. Noah was a wanderer, Piper was an Echo Lake girl, through and through, in spite of the whining of her biological clock and those darned eggs. Well, she wasn’t too keen on the annual Christmas dance either, where all of the town’s singles were forced to dance with each other. The idea being, they may just end up married!
When Noah showed up at the affair after years of being gone, Piper’s heart did a double-tap, they let each other go, long ago. Could it be the magic of the season? Could they be the latest marriage made from a single dance? Once again, fate or Cupid enters the mix and along with the weather, they have time for honesty. Can Noah give up his wanderlust for a picket fence and 2.5 children? Will he walk away from the only woman he ever loved?
Snowflake Wishes by Maggie McGinnis is another frothy and funny tale of love and romance during the holiday season! Wit and banter play a key role in bringing this tale to life. Be prepared to witness Cupid’s handiwork, once again under the pen of Ms. McGinnis.
I received an ARC edition from St. Martin's Press in exchange for my honest review.