Snowflake Cottage by Linda Carroll-Bradd

Snowflake Cottage by Linda Carroll-Bradd
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Romance, Contemporary, Holiday
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Astilbe

After receiving a life-altering health diagnosis, Jada Beldane heads to a holiday cottage in Sprucewood, Colorado. Armed with a handbook titled Ten Days to Find Joy, she vows to use every exercise to fight her way out of this funk and face a new year with a positive attitude. All she needs is a little time to herself and to stay away from children.

Following a disastrous marriage, single dad Graham Seaver does his best to avoid the tourists in his hometown. He’s determined to give his young daughter the best Christmas ever. Hopefully, keeping her busy will distract her from asking questions about getting a new mother.

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When one door closes, another one opens.

Tatum was an adorable little girl who stole so many scenes in this novella. I adored getting to know her. She was a creative and joyful five-year-old who often changed her mind about what she wanted to eat, drink, or do next. Sometimes I giggled at how quickly she leapt from one topic to the next. She truly felt like a child of that age from her active imagination to her unwavering belief that her father could fix anything.

I would have liked to see a little more attention paid to Jada and Graham’s character development. The chemistry between them was fabulous, but I didn’t get to know them as individuals as well as I would have preferred to get to know them. They both had some painful past experiences that could have easily been explored in greater detail. I definitely saw a lot of potential for them to be healing influences in each other’s lives. It simply would have been nice to spend more time learning about who they were as human beings before any romantic sparks began flying between them.

Sprucewood, Colorado was a sleepy little town that I quickly fell in love with. The people there were loving, accepting, and genuinely kind. I couldn’t have imagined a nicer place for Jada to visit while she digested the terribly sad news she’d just received from her family doctor. She needed a soft place to land while she pondered her options, and that’s exactly what she found in this community.

Snowflake Cottage was a gentle, heartwarming read about what it truly means to be a family.

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