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  • I couldn't help but loved it

    I wanted to hate Lacy & I hated Danica for her friendship with Lacy. I felt she betrayed Kaylie but I couldn't hate them for long. Great book that wrecked emotions & brought tears to my eyes. The men in this series can't be anymore perfect.

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  • Heading in the Right Direction

    Forget books 1 and 2. This third one starts to move things in a better direction with more likeable characters and introduces the Bradens of the next in this series.

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  • Snow Sisters wow

    The third book just gets better, love the family interaction and other connections that will lead to other book sagas, just brilliant Melissa now to start the Braden series these will keep me going through the holiday's.

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  • Loved the growth of these women

    Audio-book: Narrator - B.J. Harrison I’ve really enjoyed this narrator. While there are a few times the characters’ voices are not distinctive enough to discern who exactly is speaking, it hasn’t taken away my overall enjoyment of the book or Mr. Harrison’s narration. I’ve actually become a huge fan of his voice. It’s very melodic and never monotone or flat and he brings a whole depth of emotion into the story that would be missing in another format of this book. I believe this is the last book for Danica and Kaylie and they’ve had one heck of a journey to get to their happy ever after. This was filled with lots of internal drama, especially for Danica. She has some issues within herself she must deal with regarding her fully trusting what she has with Blake will last a lifetime. She also is dealing with some family drama that revolves more around her own insecurities and perceptions. With the addition of other characters, I can see where the next series might pick up. This series has been extremely emotional, more than what I usually read as it is filled with angst. However, I did enjoy meeting these sisters and watching them evolve into women who could fully embrace themselves, each other and those around them.

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  • A double wedding!

    While I liked this book, it was definitely not a favorite. I have to admit that I went into this book with a lot of assumptions which may have affected my enjoyment of the story. This is the third book in the Snow Sisters and it really needs to be read after the previous two books. I really thought going into this book that this would tell the story of the third daughter that I knew we would meet in this installment in the series. Lacy does play an important role in this book but I found this to be a continuation of Danica's story more than anything else. Danica and her sister, Kaylie, are both planning to marry the man of their dreams in a double wedding ceremony. This book takes place in the days leading up to the wedding and goes through the wedding. Danica and Lacy see their father for the first time in years and meet their sister, Lacy. There is a lot of drama involving both parents and a lot is revealed. This book is told from Danica's point of view and it seemed to focus on her insecurities more than anything. There is the hint of a few new romances that seem to be blooming in the days around the wedding but we don't get more than just a hint. I will be honest and tell you that I really wanted to see more of those romances. I was really surprised by the lack of romance in this story. Yes, there were some good scenes between Blake and Danica but that wasn't the real focus. I think that Danica spent more time trying to keep the peace between everyone in her family than anything else. B.J. Harrison did a great job with the narration. I think that he does a really nice job with all of the different character voices and is able to add a lot of emotion to his reading. He has a very pleasant voice that is easy to listen to for hours at a time. I think that his narration added to my enjoyment of this audiobook. I think that a lot of readers will enjoy this book more than I did. I was glad to see Danica and Kaylie's stories come to a close and am looking forward to seeing more from some of these characters. I received a copy of this audiobook from the author/publicist.

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