As the title suggests, the stories revolve around a snow storm that essentially closes a small Maine town (Tucker’s Point) down. Each written by a different author, the three stories focus on a different couple and a different setting in the town – from the rescue center, to an old cottage, to a castle-like mansion. Just as in the other collections I mentioned, these stories and characters intertwine seamlessly and provide a glimpse into this hardscrabble coastal Maine setting that was really enjoyable.
The romance was HOT in each of the three stories. I’m a huge fan of Shannon Stacey, but haven’t read books by either Jennifer Greene or Barbara Dunlop before. However, I will keep my eye out for them now.
In the Northeast we’re all braving the chill of the Arctic Front and a winter unlike many have known in recent memory. This book couldn’t be more perfect as we’ve all be shivering and snowed-in at some point this year. Want to warm up? Just start reading these three stories and soon your eReader will be sizzling!
I hope that there will be a sequel and one of these three – or all three – authors will continue to spin tales about Tucker’s Point.
In conclusion, four stars for Snow Day, a great collection of romances by three fabulous authors!
From the Publisher
Snow Day by Shannon Stacey (“Heart of the Storm”), Jennifer Greene (“Seeing Red”), Barbara Dunlop (“Land’s End”)
Pub Date Dec 31 2013
Tucker’s Point three-day forecast: stormy with a chance of romance. Prepare to be . . .
HEART OF THE STORM by Shannon Stacey
Brody Rollins is back in tiny Tucker’s Point, Maine, for the first time in five years, and now he can’t escape…from former neighbours, old regrets or maddening glimpses of his ex-fiancée.
SEEING RED by Jennifer Greene
Stranded at her grandfather’s seaside cottage, Whitney Carr prepares to face the blizzard alone. But unexpected help soon arrives—in the form of her secret high-school crush.
LAND’S END by Barbara Dunlop
Tessa Ambroise is desperate to ditch the charming, infuriating hotelier circling her late aunt’s century home like a vulture. But the snow piling up outside the mansion puts both their plans on hold.
When a child goes missing, this perfect storm of cramped quarters and freezing temperatures brings old flames and new acquaintances closer together…but will they go separate ways once the sky clears?