About the book
Family means everything to Lily and Zinnia Cortez and, growing up in their non-conventional family unit, they and their two mums couldn’t have been closer.
So it’s a bolt out of the blue when Lily finds her father wasn’t the anonymous one-night stand she’s always believed. She is in fact the result of her mum’s reckless affair with a married man.
Confused, but determined to discover her true roots, Lily sets out to find the family she’s never known – an adventure that takes her from the frosted, thatched cottages of Middledip to the snow-capped mountains of Switzerland, via a Christmas market or two along the way…
I loved this book and not only did I feel super festive while reading it, it also hit me right in the heart. What’s not to love about that?
It’s a really, really well written book with realistic, charming characters.
If you’re after a Christmas romance with a beautiful village setting and the atmosphere to accompany all of that then this is the book for you.
It was particularly lovely to watch the relationship between Lily and Isaac progress from employer-employee to something more. Their connection is gorgeous and it was a joy to watch it unfold.
The descriptions of Switzerland are stunning. I have a friend who visits Switzerland a few times a year and I can understand why, if these descriptions are even halfway to accurate!
It is October 1st and I’m very much starting to feel the Christmas love already thanks, in part, to Let It Snow.
Thanks so much to Avon Books for my copy of this book in return for an honest review.
I really think you’ll love it x