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Snowbound (Harlequin Super Romance) - Community Reviews back

by Janice Kay Johnson
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Always Another Book in the TBR
Always Another Book in the TBR rated it 9 years ago
I started this on a 1.5-hour plane trip. I figured I would enjoy it and keep reading or forget it by the time the plane deboarded and go on with my life. I am not a huge fan of the Harlequin categories generally, but every now and then I hit a good one. And this one is making me want to do a majo...
Babs Book Bistro
Babs Book Bistro rated it 9 years ago
A great day read.
Sarah (The Brazen Bookworm)
Sarah (The Brazen Bookworm) rated it 9 years ago
Cute.
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it 11 years ago
Snowbound was a very pleasant read. I liked the snowed-in aspect with Fiona, who was a teacher who coached a high school trivia team, and John, an Iraqi war veteran who is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. I loved and felt for John. I mostly liked Fiona, but I didn't like the way she h...
Beanbag Love
Beanbag Love rated it 12 years ago
This was a Kindle freebie (still is, I believe) and is a surprisingly nice read, even though serious PTSD is a main topic. I wasn't expecting much when I downloaded it and I took months to finally read it, but I enjoyed it quite a bit. If nothing else, it has me dying to go to a lodge in the mount...
Christina Babbles
Christina Babbles rated it 13 years ago
Teacher Fiona MacPherson and eight of her students are returning from an academic competition when they are stranded in the Cascade Mountains by a November snowstorm. The forecasters misjudged the speed of the storm, and Fiona had expected to be home long before it was supposed to start. Fortunately...
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