Wednesday, November 4, 2020

WHILE IT WAS SNOWING by Tari Faris, Reviewed by Nicole Cook #ReleaseDayNov5

It's the most wonderful time of the year!

Get ready for a fun and heartwarming return to Heritage, Michigan in the Christmas novella, While It Was Snowing. This wonderful novella follows the second book in author Tari Faris’ Restoring Heritage series. Readers will enjoy the developing romance between best friends Danielle and Gideon and the appearance of many familiar characters from the first two books in the Restoring Heritage series.

Christmas novellas are my favorite novellas to read because they always get me in the Christmas spirit, and Tari Faris does not disappoint. While It Was Snowing is highly recommended for readers of inspirational contemporary romance.  
*I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author/publisher and was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are mine.

BackCover Blurb:
Return to Heritage with this heartwarming Christmas novella.

Had Danielle known that delivering a message would land her holding a bouquet of red roses and wearing the first dress of her life, she would not have volunteered.

Danielle Fair has been working at her dad’s mechanic shop since she could talk, and she loves fixing cars. To everyone at the garage, she’s just Dan, one of the guys, and that’s fine by her…after all, without sisters or a mother, Danielle is lost when it comes to girly stuff. However, when she is forced to embrace her inner girly girl at Nate and Olivia’s winter wedding, her makeover wakes up not just the attention of the guys she works with, but also the one man she has secretly loved for some time—her best friend, Gideon Mathews—Danielle is suddenly beset with way too much attention and struggles to figure out who she is underneath it all.

There were always two things Gideon Mathews could count on: his beloved Detroit Lions not making it to the playoffs and Dan Fair being his best friend. But when Dan—no, Danielle—shows up to his sister’s wedding dressed as, of all things, a girl—no, a very beautiful, breathtaking, heart-stopping girl—he isn’t sure what to do with his sudden rush of emotions. Of course, he’s always known she was a girl, but suddenly he can’t keep his eyes, or mind…or heart away from her. Only now every guy in town seems to have the same problem. Did he lose his chance with Danielle by missing what had been in front of him for so long? Or can he convince her to be his by Christmas?

It’s Miss Congeniality goes to a winter wedding in a Christmas Cinderella tale. From snowed-in to snowball fights, Christmas trees to Christmas dances, this story has everything you need for a perfect holiday read.

Fuzzy socks and hot cocoa not included but encouraged while you read.

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Tari Faris is the author of You Belong with Me. A member of American Christian Fiction Writers and My Book Therapy, she is the projects manager for My Book Therapy, writes for, and is a 2017 Genesis Award winner. She has an MDiv from Asbury Theological Seminary and lives in the Phoenix, Arizona, area with her husband and their three children. Although she lives in the Southwest now, she lived in a small town in Michigan for 25 years.

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