Falling Like Snowflakes

Falling Like Snowflakes

A Summer Harbor Novel

Book - 2015
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"When the Christmas season finds Eden in Summer Harbor, Maine, she's on the run from trouble. Romance is the last thing on her mind. Riding in a bus in the thickly falling snow, Eden Davis wonders how it ever came to this -- fleeing under cover of night with young Micah sleeping fitfully in the seat beside her. When a winter storm strands them in Summer Harbor, Maine, Eden wonders if what might have been the end could be a new beginning. Beau Callahan is a habitual problem-solver. He's recently left his job with the sheriff's department to take over the family Christmas tree farm to save it from insolvency. But he's flummoxed. During the busiest season of the year, he's shorthanded. Then Eden shows up looking for work, and Beau believes he's been rescued. Competent, smart, and beautiful, Eden's also guarded and quiet. He soon figures out she comes with a boatload of secrets. But Beau can't seem to help himself from falling for her. As Christmas Eve approaches, Beau discovers he'll do anything to keep Eden safe. But who's going to protect his heart from a woman who can't seem to trust again?"--
Publisher: Nashville, TN : Thomas Nelson, [2015]
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9780718023713
Branch Call Number: FIC HUNTE D

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smithwer
Feb 21, 2017

I love how love is displayed here, Eden feels like she is beyond love, beyond freedom, but she just actually needs to realize what those two things truly are. I love how she is strong yet vulnerable because it makes her seem more alive. She runs and runs and even when she gets what she wanted; her freedom, she still feels empty and it's because she doesn't want to love and because she doesn't give it all to God.

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stclare
Jan 27, 2017

While the series of Callahan brothers is an easy read they are also all exact replicas of each other. Abby, Lucy, Eden, Paige are all women with abandonment issues regarding their fathers who fall for a Callahan man (Ryan, Zac, Beau and Riley respectively), rebuffed, in love and then flee, realize what they were missing, only to meet up again in a lackluster end with religious bits shoved in. The carbon copy similarities were disappointing in what could have been a good read but the author fails to do little but repeat the same story line in the series but with a different character's name. Story is also slow and repetitive. Overuse of 'scent of spicy buffalo wings', all the women repeatedly smell like flowers, men repeatedly smell like the woods and their issues are stuck in a loop taking up large sections of the story not moving forward, just spinning in circles. Could have been better than it was.

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caj1222204441801
Feb 03, 2016

What a great book!!! A tribute to the human heart. Characters are vivid and alive. Loved it!!!!

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1_Great_Book
Dec 31, 2015

Absolutely enjoyed as a former Mainer. Excellent holiday read.

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