Ordinary Snowflakes is a Rock Creek Christmas Novella. The idea of a secret admirer, or secret Santa story had me hooked right away.
Someone has noticed me. A secret admirer? A man with a good heart, who sees how much I actually need help, even though I never admit it? Maybe this is the beginning of a beautiful story—a romance full of hope and second chances and love. Maybe… A secret Santa gift left on Kale Brennan’s front porch opens up a fresh view of her ordinary life, and perhaps of God. Maybe she does matter. Maybe God sees her—as does a new-to-town music teacher who has her seven-year-old daughter gushing and her own knees buckling with his killer smile. But as Kale embraces new possibilities, a staple in her life—a man who is kind and steady, not to mention necessary for her injured daughter’s recovery—also snatches her attention in an unexpected way. Will the one pursuing her with his secret gift and kind gestures be the one her heart longs for in the end?
One thing I love about novella’s at this time of the year is that they are a wonderful thing to curl up with when you only have a few hours in this busy holiday season. This novella was recommended to me and I am so glad I had the day to curl up, under blankets, with warm beverage and a cat curled up at my feet to enjoy it. Kale, (or Mom-ster, as her daughter Sydney calls her) is a single mom is struggling on her own to make ends meet, make Christmas special for her daughter, and deal with her own issues. She needs some hope and some love. Big Time. If you don’t like sappy, you are safe here, no sappy in these pages, just real feels.
She meets two men in this story and I love how both of them play a part in their own way in showing Kale love, acceptance, friendship and support. Who will win her heart? That you will have to find out for yourself. Will it be reliable Joe, or hunky Mr. Erikson?
This book is filled with tender moments, smiles and tears, and most of all, hope. Kale’s journey and tender and she is a character which most everyone can relate to. She is afraid to take risks, afraid to love, and afraid of disappointment.
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