If Kisses Were Snowflakes by Serenity Woods
If Kisses Were Snowflakes is the ninth book I’ve read by Serenity Woods and she still manages to make me fall in love with her incredibly fascinating and well-rounded characters as well as her phenomenal descriptions of the settings for her stories.
This one takes place on Lindisfarne Island – which is off the north coast of England and is regularly cut off from the mainland due to the ocean tides. It’s renowned for its history – especially its links to the Vikings – and Serenity manages to weave a beautifully romantic Christmas love story around this historical delight.
Angel and Hal (our own personal Ragnar 😉😍) are wonderfully written characters who come together by chance. Serenity doesn’t shy away from giving these two some pretty heavy issues to deal with – namely a marriage breakdown and depression – but it’s done in such a way that normalises these issues, rather than makes a big deal out of them. And I loved that so very much.
If Kisses Were Snowflakes (and wait until the title turns up in the book – a beautiful moment) is more than just a fluffy Christmas romance. It’s a story that will touch your heart and have you wanting to travel to Lindisfarne and find your own Hal 😍❤️
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