Reviewed by Steph for TeensReadToo.com
KISSING SNOWFLAKES is a very quick and easy read. It is sure to entertain any reader.
After her father marries a bubbly new wife, Samantha finds herself dragged to Vermont for winter break. As if her father's new marriage weren't enough to deal with, there was also the fact that she couldn't ski at all. So when she decides to take lessons one day, it doesn't hurt that her instructor, Drew, is a major hottie. And not only that, but he seems to have a special interest in Sam.
But suddenly Drew doesn't seem so interested in Sam anymore. And what's with that guy Eric who seems to keep showing up?
This novel is a very good read. The reader is taken to a world of winter wonderlands and holiday festivities. It's sure to leave all readers satisfied.
I really didn't like this book. I think it was the first impression that the main character made on me. I found her to be very self absorbed and spoiled, which was a turnoff right away for me. The book didn't get better after the first chapter and I couldn't even finish it. I wouldn't reccommend it at all.