Monday, December 11, 2017

Review 'Snowflakes On Christmas Street' by Ivy Pembroke

The Facts:

Publication Date:
November 2nd, 2017
Contemporary Romance, Christmas
eBook, Paperback, Audio
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My Review:

When I was looking for a Christmas read and came across the beautiful looking cover of ‘Snowflakes On Christmas Street’, I knew this was a book I wanted to read. So I was super excited when I got approved to review this one. And as fast as I could I started reading. 

In ‘Snowflakes On Christmas Street’ we meet a dog named Jack. Jack was left behind by his previous owners and is now living on Christmas Street, just your average street in London. When Sam and his young son Teddy move to Christmas street they soon find out Jack really is the streets dog. Eating at every single house, sleeping at different places.. Jack is everyone’s dog. When Sam tries to teach his son how to make new friends by hosting a street party, they soon find that this is not an average street at all.

‘Snowflakes On Christmas Street’ was a very nice Christmas read that really just made me feel good. It’s romantic, funny and definitely a little too-good-to-be-true. But I loved it. And I loved reading about Jack. What a fun and magical dog he was. And the best part about this book was definitely getting to know all those different characters.  

The main characters in this book were definitely Jack, Sam & Teddy. But we read also the point of views of other neighbors from Christmas street, and although I normally don’t really like reading about more than three characters point of views. In this book I really enjoyed it. It just added to the feeling of reading about a complete street. And all characters were very different. 

‘Snowflakes On Christmas Street’ really is a perfect book to read on a cold December night. Some hot cocoa and a blanket.. I say perfect.

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About the Author:

Ivy Pembroke is a law professor who specializes in copyright and trademark law, with a focus on fanfiction. An enthusiastic writer all her life, she loves the backspace button, overuses italics in emails with friends, and thinks there is little better than a story that makes you smile. She splits her time between Mississippi and her home state of Rhode Island.

For more information about Ivy Pembroke please visit her on Twitter.

I received this book from the Little, Brown Book Group in exchange for my honest review.

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