Snowflakes & Stockings (A Wilton Hills Christmas Book 4) by Marianne Rice – Review by ASHLEY LAPE

Snowflakes & Stockings (A Wilton Hills Christmas, #4)Snowflakes & Stockings by Marianne Rice
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I had no clue when I downloaded this book that there were three other books before Snowflakes and Stockings. But no the less I picked right up on the storyline. I felt like I was in the middle of a Hallmark movie scene the whole way through the book. Rice did a great job setting the tone while keeping the reader hooked.
Liberty is a driven, independent spitfire who comes from a big close family. While Sawyer is equally driven and independent, he is the co-owner of Maine’s big tech firm. While Liberty is trying to investigate the identity of Maine’s Secret Santa, which she hopes will help her to land a promotion at her job, she comes across Sawyer. Personally, the way Rice developed Sawyer’s character I found very relatable. He comes from a workaholic family background, who don’t spend too much time outside the office together. When Liberty invites Sawyer to Thanksgiving dinner, she has no idea that he would fit in so perfectly.
I truly fell in love with this book so much that I downloaded the three-book the preceded Snowflakes and Stockings. This series is a must-read series, especially with the holidays approaching.

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Reviewed by @alape

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