Isabelle Rollins wants her father's approval. She sets out to become a ski patroller just like her dad was before her mom's death. In the effort of preparing she decides to practice her skiing alone at night. She becomes lost as a blizzard closes in on her. After much struggling she finally reaches a chalet. Mitch Donovan answers the door. He takes her in and cares for her and they are instantly attracted. She is also drawn to his daughter who suffers with recurring nightmares about her moms accidental death. What will happen when Izzy finds out that Mitch is the new head of Snowcap Resort Ski Patrollers? How will Mitch stay objective about Izzy's skills when his heart is involved?
Wendy Davy always delivers a great story and Snow Angels is no exception. Isabelle and Mitch are very real characters. They both have issues they are dealing with but each causes the other to really examine their motives behind doing what they are doing. The dialog was snappy and my interest was held throughout the story. I pretty much knew how it would turn out but thoroughly enjoyed the journey. I really liked the secondary characters as well. I would love to see Mac have his own story and Emma as well. Snow Angels is a story I would definitely recommend.
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