Most cats have nine lives, but Snowball is one of the very few with two jobs. Officially, she’s the Weber Haus inn’s greeter. Unofficially, she’s the town matchmaker. Her track record is the cat’s pajamas—until she meets her owner’s grinchy brother, Peter Diemer. Peter hopes to move the family bookstore to a busy location downtown—but someone else has outbid him for the last storefront.
Christmas is the ideal season for Lara Wolfe to fulfill her dream of expanding her home business into a real shop. Too bad someone is posting negative comments on the town forum. What kind of Grinch objects to a toy store?
Snowball is sure these two are a perfect match. They already have so much in common—books are a kind of toy, right? Now all they need to add to the mix is love, and Snowball has just the shenanigans up her furry sleeve to deliver a sweet romance in time to make the season merry and bright . . .
A great addition to the Snowball series.
If you have read any of the previous Snowball books and
loved them as much as I do, you definitely need to read this book. In this book, Snowball is playing matchmaker
for Peter and Lara. She has her little
paws full with these two, especially with the secret Peter is keeping from
Lara. Lara is a previous guest at Weber
Haus and just moved to town and bought the townhouse next to Peter. She also just opened a toy store at Weber
Haus Shops; the last remaining spot that Peter wanted for his book store. Neither Peter or Lara planned to get involved
romantically, but with Snowball, anything can happen when she sets out to bring
two people together.
This book was a little more involved than the previous ones. Not only was Snowball matchmaking Peter and Lara, she is dealing with another romance that is happening all on its own. One that Snowball does not approve of. And, it seems everything else Snowball does is going wrong lately. This has her feeling sad. Over all, I loved this book. I just can’t get enough of Snowball and these fun characters. You can read this book as a stand-alone, but I would recommend reading the series in order so you get to know the characters better.
Thank you to Kensington Books and NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.