Betting on Snow
Publish date: December 1st 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 30
Edition language: English
Another one with good potential and a promising premise but in the end it was just to short for me to really sink my teeth into and while I enjoyed it, there just wasn't enough story and detail to make it awesome. In the end it was an ok read.
I'll keep it short.Nice but too short fairytale-like story.I liked that George (the child) did act like the two-year-old boy he is and not like a small adult.
3 HeartsReview written for MM Good Book Reviewshttp://mmgoodbookreviews.wordpress.com/Paul has just graduated from University and on a tip from his friend Steve places a bet that it would snow in London on Christmas day. A few months later Paul is desperate for work and takes a chance on an ad for a...
2.5 stars rounded upWhat Arthur said. I found it a bit boring and lack of something memorable, though *shrugs*.
This was a nice story. I liked it, although it is too quick for the storyline, IMO, but it's enjoyable enough.I liked how Paul turned into a manny and took care of George for Ben. It was sweet how Paul knew exactly how to handle George. I also liked that George was such a hassle at times.Unfortunate...