A Snowflake Kiss For Lady Sophie by Katherine Ann Madison and Maggie Dallen

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A Snowflake Kiss For Lady Sophie is a sweet, romantic, seasonal delight.  Both Lady Sophie and Raith, the Duke Of Barton, attend Lady Winterbourne’s Christmastide house party for the same reason.  Both are practical, hiding emotions and clinically going about spouse hunting.  Due to her past, Sophie feels Raith is all wrong for her.  Raith, due to his past, is afraid to open up emotionally.  The couple fights the attraction, but you can see they are perfect for each other from the start; they have to open their hearts and trust.  I enjoyed how even though the couple is dead set against a love match, they are highly passionate individuals.  Sophie and Raith are relatable, fun characters.  Their connection was natural and romantic.

This novel is the first in the Seasons Of Love series.  The series is set at a Christmastide house party where a family of sisters is looking for matches.  This book was a solid start to the series, and I look forward to the other sister’s books.  The plot was festive and fast-paced.  The backdrop was charming, and all the characters had prominent personalities.  The authors have a knack for writing clever, romantic, enjoyable reads.  For those who enjoy a sweet love story with heart, this one is for you!

I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book through the author.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Release Date: September 28, 2021

Published by jelee1976

I love to review historical romance books! I discuss book reviews, thoughts on authors and series, and just general stuff about me!

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