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Monday, December 21, 2009

Snow Angel by Diana Bold

Blurb:

When widowed Bethany Sinclair boards the stagecoach to Texas, she finds herself sharing the ride with a dangerous outlaw and the marshal who is returning him to justice. But when a winter blizzard sends the stagecoach tumbling into a ravine, the driver and the marshal are killed and she must trust the outlaw.

Zach Price knows he might never get another chance to make his escape, but he can’t abandon his lovely companion to certain death. They take shelter in a cave, and as the storm rages outside Bethany receives the best Christmas present of her life – an outlaw’s love.

My Review:

Heartwarming. Touching. Hot. Ms. Bold has never disappointed me with one of her stories and Snow Angel is no different. While this story was released in 2007, it stands the test of time. I could read this one year after year.

A simple plot, complex characters and deeply emotional. This story will stir your heart and have you rooting for the underdog. A perfect short to read while the kidos basket in their Christmas loot and the grownups nap with a full belly.

I give this story 5 hearts. Reviewed by

Jasmine

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3 comments:

  1. Sounds like a great story, Jasmine. I agree, Miss Bold paints a heart-tugging picture with her story. Just what we need during this holiday season!

    Maya

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  2. Thanks, Maya and Piper. I really did enjoy this story. I'm a root for the underdog kind of gal.

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