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  • A White Westie Acts As Healer and Matchmaker.

    Snowy Christmas by Helen Scott Taylor is the third book in the series known as " Paw Prints On Your Heart." I read the entire series in sequence and was really looking forward to this one after reading the excerpt. Wealthy Rosemoor Hall owner, Marcus Bramwell is a character that has appeared throughout the series. He has been in an unhappy marriage but is extremely kind and understanding. He is close to his brother Jonathan (Book 1) and his cousin Owen (Book 2). I was waiting eagerly to read about his happy ending. Trained Chef, Emily Tiptree has been duped and dumped by her boyfriend. She is heartbroken, penniless and needs a job. An adorable white Westie, who has also been abandoned, may just bring Emily luck, if she can open her heart. The story premise was a great one. I had always connected with Marcus. However, I was disappointed because the story was way too short and quick. The author also, at many points in the story, implies Emily being affected by Marcus status and riches. She didn't seem like a gold digger. But in order for the author to depict Marcus' standing and aristocracy, she wrote things in a way that were not flattering to Emily's character. Lastly, Marcus just falls so quickly for Emily without any build up and it did not seem realistic at all. The Westie and seeing the supporting characters again, made it worth my time. Lot has been happening! After reading the preamble of all these stories, I was worried about reading the second book, but that turned out to be enjoyable. Owen and Jennifer worked towards their relationship and it had so much substance. In the first book, Vicky and Johnathan had a lot of issues to resolve and needed to accept each other's past. There were many notions about Marcus and Emily that could have been addressed, but everything was swept under the rug. The author rather tell us about a helicopter ride and Marcus making lunch when he is dating a chef. Ridiculous! If you want to read this story to finish off the series, then it is okay. If you want to see the animals interact, you may like parts of the book. For an hour that it takes to finish the story, it is not that much of a waste. Disheartened though!

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  • Sucker for animals and Christmas

    Have a total weekness for animals, kids and Christmas, like how the author interacts between the people in the story in relationship to the animals.

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  • Overcoming Challenges For Joy!

    I was so happy to visit this family again! Marcus has been in all 3 of the Paw Prints books and the first two he was such an unhappy character that I was hoping he'd get his own book where he would be happy - this is it! YEA!!! His ex-wife is finally out of the picture! He meets Emily on a stormy night when he stops on the road to help her with a dog she has just rescued. Since his sister-in-law, Jenn, is a vet, he persuades Emily to let him take her and the dog to Jenn. Emily and the dog are inseparable after that. However, Emily is penniless after being abroad and losing her money to an unscrupulous man and needs a job so Marcus makes her his housekeeper. Emily loves being part of the family after that and Marcus finally sees there is a woman who is totally unlike his ex-wife! I love all these characters and will miss them now that all the books are done! The Christmas season is celebrated joyfully in this book and so it's a perfect way to enjoy the holidays by reading it!

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