Imagine waking up in a snow globe…
That’s how travel journalist Krista feels when she arrives in magical Quebec to report on Canada’s glittering Winter Carnival.
Over ten sub-zero days Krista’s formerly frozen heart begins to melt as she discovers an enchanting world of ice palaces, husky dog-sledding and maple-syrup treats galore. And then she meets Jacques, a man as handsome and rugged as he is mysterious…
The two share a secret that could bond them forever, but can they find a way to break through the protective layers around their hearts to warm up this winter wonderland?
Winter Wonderland can be found on GoodReads, here.
What I liked about Winter Wonderland was that the main character interracts with so many different kinds of people, yet everyone seems to be connected to someone in some type of way. I really liked the fact that there’s a character in Winter Wonderland who just loves to cause mischief, and involves Krista into everything somehow. Winter Wonderland was a kind of cheery story, but there were some definite downer parts to the story as well. I’m glad that the ending to Winter Wonderland was a happy one!
What I didn’t like about Winter Wonderland was that by the end of the novel, we didn’t really see more between Krista and her new beau. Which, by the way, Winter Wonderland overall is totally a fluff story. Winter Wonderland is more suited towards someone who wants a light-hearted, fast-paced, Adult Christmastime story.
In the beginning, Winter Wonderland was hard to get into. I found myself skipping paragraphs ahead of where I actually was in the book. I ended up re-reading quite a bit of this book because of that!
I gave Winter Wonderland, 2 of 5 stars on GoodReads.
Have you read any wintery novels this season?
I’d love some more recommendations!