Friday, February 20, 2015

Snowbound in Dry Creek Book Review

I wanted to read a few of the books by Janet Tronstad so I grabbed the only three at the branch of the library so that I didn't have to wait for the reserve process.  Not that it is really long but I wanted to read something quick and fun.  I got Snowbound in Dry Creek (Dry Creek Series #14) (Love Inspired #465) by Janet Tronstad. 

Rodeo champion Zach "Lightning" Lucas grumpily agrees to a Christmas Eve deal: put on a Santa suit and deliver gifts to a widowed mother. That done, he can finally leave Dry Creek, Montana, in his dust. Well, except for the small stowaway in his truck: Jenny Collins's grief-stricken little daughter. Like Zach, the girl doesn't believe in much of anything anymore. He brings her home just in time for a blizzard to strand him in lovely Jenny's barn. Where he unexpectedly helps a family—and himself—find the meaning of Christmas.

This is a heart warming story of making the most of being stuck in the snow storm away from home.  I was tied to this book and had trouble putting it down because it was such a great story.  How they make the most of Christmas is a great story for all to learn from because family togetherness is the best part and not expensive presents.  If you are missing the holiday season, this might be a great book for you to pick up or if you are getting the horrible cold weather, you might at least relate.  I hope that you enjoy this story as much as I did when you check it out at your local library or bookstore.

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