I was in the mood for a quick, holiday themed read and that’s exactly what Christmas Snow was.
It was a light read, with all the basic elements many holiday stories seem to have: a little crush between characters, reluctance, and a snowstorm forcing them closer together. The story was also made more enjoyable due to the fact that the lesbian characters were written just like any other character. They have issues that cause conflict. They have troubled pasts. The fact that they’re lesbians isn’t played up for the sake of being edgy or anything of the sort. They just happen to be lesbians and it’s what I hope to continue finding in books more and more.
What I also found interesting with this story was that it’s part of a series, which I’d be willing to continue reading, but on its own, this has a good amount of closure for me as a reader and leaves it open to the other stories or just my imagination continuing the journey.
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