Falling Like Snowflakes, by Denise Hunter, is a beautifully written story bursting with heart-pounding anticipation and fascinating characters. I was easily caught up in this whirlwind of mystery and romance. It’s one of those can’t-put-it-down books. The story captured my attention from the very start and didn’t have a single lapse.
She’d thought they were safe before. She’d let her guard down, and look what had happened. She was beginning to think safety—freedom—was an illusion.
Eden Martelli is an interesting woman with a depth and determination that pushes her to flee a dangerous past to give her and her son, Micah, a chance at a normal life. But when her path leads her to an unexpected pit stop in Summer Harbor, Maine, she fears her plans will be foiled if she fully trusts the kindness of the townsfolk of the quaint town. Namely, Beau Callahan, the handsome co-owner of the town’s Christmas Tree Farm, and former town’s deputy.
This story is so layered and satisfying. Ms. Hunter hit it out of the park with this intriguing, mysterious, heart-touching story. I cannot wait for book two in The Summer Harbor series.
Thank you to Booklook and NetGalley for providing me review copies of this book.
5 Big Stars!
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
First Line: It was amazing, the depth of courage a mother could find when the life of her child was on the line.