Thursday, December 24, 2020

Review: Snowed in With You by Sophie-Leigh Robbins


Genre:  Romance

Format:  E-ARC

Publisher:  Got It Covered Press

Release Date:  December 14, 2020

Synopsis from Goodreads:


Why, Santa, why? I’ve been so good this year and yet here I am, snowed in with the most grumpy, gloomy – and admittedly, gorgeous – man I’ve ever met. Instead of blissfully sledding down an Alaskan mountain during my work trip, I have to listen to the guy complain about how much he hates Christmas. Not to mention the fact that he’s in the running for the same writing award as me. Too bad throwing someone out into the snow isn’t considered very Christmassy or it would’ve been good riddance for sure.


Carolers, gingerbread, hot cocoa, tinsel, mistletoe… The list of Christmas torture goes on and on. And as if it’s not bad enough that I have to endure this holiday cheer for a work trip, I’m now stuck at The Royal Reindeer with a true Christmas freak. I’d love for her to back off, but I can’t exactly tell her why I hate the holidays this much. My best bet is to avoid her altogether, which is quite the challenge when you’re forced to share a cabin.

But if I don’t want to be around her, then why am I doused in glitter, helping her make Christmas cards? 

My Review

Molly Parks arrives in Alaska for work reasons.  She never expects to run into a real life Grinch who hates Christmas.  Now she’s snowed in with him and has to listen to his non-stop complaints about the holiday.  It doesn’t help that he’s her main competition for a writing award.

Derek Sloane wants to do his job at The Royal Reindeer resort in Alaska and then go home.  He wants nothing to do with Christmas, but he finds himself stuck in the same cabin with a Christmas fan.  It’s not just the holiday that Derek doesn’t like, but there are personal reasons that he wants to escape all the Christmas celebrations.

I always enjoy a snowed in story especially around Christmas time.  This is no exception.  It’s filled with emotion and realistic characters.  It’s a heartwarming tale of a tortured hero and a heroine who wants to understand the story behind the man.

There are moments that will touch your heart.  They will make you smile as well as bring tears to your eyes.  This author has the talent to bring all of these feelings to each page.

This is the perfect, delightful book to leave you with that “feel good” feeling.  

FTC Disclosure: I voluntarily reviewed a free Advance Reader Copy of this book from the author and the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own.

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