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It’s SNOW-ing Heroes ⋅ A Peek at the Brookhollow Series

Jennifer Snow

The weather outside maybe frightful (at least in NYC) but Rather Be Reading is ever so delightful as contemporary romance writer Jennifer Snow stops by to crank the temperature up a notch with a spotlight of two of her heroes. I had a great time reading one of the books in the Brookhollow series over the holidays, and let me tell you, Snow can write complex yet sweet romances and nails the small town feel.

Here are two leading men you might want to schedule a date with ASAP:

Jennifer Snow Harlequin Brookhollow Series Leading Men

“…for the first time in my life, I’m feeling something real, something exciting.” – Ethan, WHAT A GIRL WANTS

“I smell gingerbread cookies again… that delicious smell is coming from your skin?”
– [Brad] asked, intrigued, THE MISTLETOE MELODY 

Can best friends take their relationship to the next level? Do second chances really exist? Two of my favorite genre questions are answered in these two titles from Jennifer Snow. Whether you’re a romance novel newbie or a classy
vet, time to add Brookhollow on your list of upcoming destinations. xoxo

♥ find Jennifer Snow on her website | twitter | amazon ♥

Psst. Do you prefer a firefighter over a country music star? Comment below and you’ll be entered to win a prize from the lovely Jennifer Snow. Thanks for stopping in!

I’ve got my romance novels to keep me warmmmm…

March 1, 2015 - 3:04 pm

Jennifer Snow - Hi Meg and Rachel!
Thank you for commenting:) I will send you both copies of the books featuring these two heroes-please just email me your email addresses at jennifer@jennifersnowbooks.com to redeem:) Thanks again!

February 17, 2015 - 10:48 am

Meg - These sound like fun! Though country singer vs. firefighter is a tough match-up, I’d have to go with the country singer. Who can resist the allure of a man crooning you a tender love song?

February 17, 2015 - 9:44 am

Rachel (Confessions of a Book Geek) - The firefighter one definitely got my attention – mostly because the protagonist’s age is more close to my own. Not sure how I’d feel reading about a country music star, but the firefighter? No problemo. Plus, I love best friends to lovers stories! R x

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