I was allowed to review the heartwarming book, "Christmas Secrets in Snowflake Cove," by Emily Harvale and I loved it.
The Starr family owns and runs the Snowflake Cove Inn and things haven't really been looking up for the Starr family financially. There has just been a chance of excellent news that could be the answer to the Starr's financial Christmas problems. But, Evie Starr worries about getting the people across the little narrow bridge to the Inn. Actually, Snowflake Inn is attached to Snowflake Cove by this very small bridge.
Secrets are running and taking over Snowflake Cove. There is a big chance that T .V personality Zachary Thorn could be coming to their small town and if so, the Snowflake Inn could get a big mention on television, which in turn could help their business.
All the family and friends in this town have things going on and a lot of problems. Evie is really dreading a phone call from a really bossy and snooty woman that is going to book many, many rooms. Evie is hoping the other other guests will not be like the grouchy woman. She is praying they will love the families homemade foods because this could really help them finacially.
Evie's best friend, Juniper thinks her boyfriend Darren has a secret. Evie knows he does. Then there is Raven, Evie's niece has feelings for Juniper's brother- who has a secret crush of his own.
But, the biggest secret in Snowflake Cove is the true identity of Raven's real father.
I don't want to give the book away by telling how it will end, but I will say, many problems are solved, money isn't a priority any more and there is a new love in town for a long time. Raven's life also gets a whole lot better, as does Junipers.
This book has you really feeling the Christmas spirit. Love is in abundance and some secrets turn out to be the best ever. Great book - beautifully written - and you can feel Christmas in the air throughout this story. It is a must read.
*Thanks to Emily Harvale for allowing me to review this book.
*The opinions of this book are strictly my own.
*I received this book free of charge in exchange for a honest, written review.
*I was not monetarily compensated for this product review