Happy Friday, friends!
Today I thought I would bring you a Christmas book recommendation. I’m recommending Southern Snow by B.R. Goodwin. I’ve had the pleasure of actually meeting B.R. in person which makes this post feel extra fun for me. Have y’all started your Christmas reading yet? If not, be sure to add this to your TBR pile for a book full of faith and Christmas cheer.
About the Book
For the last three years, Georgia has called the quirky southern town of Sugartree home, dutifully moving back to manage her parent’s coffee shop after her father suffered a heart attack and finding contentment in her busy schedule and the occasional shenanigans of her three younger siblings.
When Lakeland Lovett, troubled son of the local pastor, wafts through the door of Good Start Coffee like a tantalizing cup of hot chocolate, Georgia promises herself she won’t fall prey to his charms and annoyingly perfect face again. She’s not the girl she was in high school who foolishly put her trust and heart in his careless hands. She knows better now, and more importantly, she knows Lake… at least she thinks she does.
But with Lake strutting around Sugartree, driving Georgia crazy all over again with his pesky nicknames, dumb dimples, and swoon-worthy attention laser focused on her, she starts to find any promises to maintain her distance from Lakeland Lovett harder to preserve, and Georgia begins to see him, and her life in Sugartree, in a whole new way.
Purchase: Amazon (available in KU)
It was refreshing to pick up a Christmas read and have a book not only have humor but faith! This was my first read by Ms. Goodwin and it won’t be my last. Knowing this is the first in a series (Sugartree Winter Romance) means I can’t wait to read the subsequent books.
There were many things about this novel.
- The faith message was fantastic.
- All the Christmas feels and the sweet moment of “Southern Snow.” #iykyk
- The secondary characters alternated between making me laugh and wanting to read their own stories.
- The hero and his faith journey
- The heroine because I can so relate to her.
There’s lot of Christmas, a great Georgia setting and peach references, and family drama that will pull you in.
*I received a complimentary copy of this book. A review was not requested nor required or influenced in any way.
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If you haven’t read this book, then you’re in look. I’ll give a way one ebook copy to a random commentor. All you have to do is leave a comment telling me your favorite thing about snow by 11/10/23 11:59 PDT.