Three holiday romances from three stellar teen authors-- what's not to love?
The whole time I was reading this, I had that cozy feeling of being snuggled up under heaps of blankets and drinking cocoa during a crazy blizzard. The three stories in Let it Snow all take place on Christmas Eve, with intertwining plotlines and hilarious, romantic characters.
All you really need to know is that the Waffle House features prominently, the parents of one teen get arrested during a Flobie Village (collectible Christmas village pieces, such as the Elf Hotel) skirmish and there is a teacup piglet named Gabriel.
Sprinkle in some witty dialogue and kisses that induce that butterflies-in-the-stomach feeling, and it's a holiday book that can't be beat. Now, cuddle up by the fire, plop some marshmallows in your cocoa and you're all set.
I work in Youth Services, and I want to read all the books! My favorites are literary fiction, spooky or suspenseful books, narrative nonfiction and biographies and memoirs. I also love to hike and camp, hang out with my fuzzy dog, play music and pretend like I'm actually going to complete a crafty project.