When Eliza Bramble signs up for a Christmas mountain ski adventure with sexy mountain guide Marshal McKenzie, she’s looking to escape the attention of a two-timing charmer and find some inner peace. Instead, a blizzard traps her in a remote mountain hideaway with Marshall and two other families in need of their own Christmas miracles.
Christmas is looking like a write-off, until Marshall suggests they make the best of what they have, and work together. The avid outdoorsman has a special touch with people…and with Eliza in particular. Soon she realizes Marshall isn’t just fixing Christmas — but her broken heart, too
This story brought up some childhood memories for me, of Christmas celebration in the countryside...
A sweet story of group of people in the middle of a blizzard in Montana, during Christmas. How interesting the ways different people react to the fact that slowly they lose all the modern comforts of life, starting with wi-fi and ending up with heat and hot water.. And how they find the joy in the simple things in life, after a little bit of drama.
Marshall and Eliza get to know each other while trying to save the Christmas. I wish there would have been more of the development of the relationship, but they seemed well suited to each other, had chemistry, and were just adorable together.
Very clean, lovely story of snowbound Christmas in Montana
~ Four Spoons
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