Susannah Walker has fled to Angel's Valley with her three-year-old son, seeking safety and a place to anonymously restart her life. What she didn't count on was bounty hunter Nathan Wolfe being hired to find her and take her home to stand trial for her crimes. Carrying his own wounded past in his heart, Nathan is committed to fulfilling the job, until he gets to know Susannah and begins to wonder if she's truly the criminal he's been told she is. But in order to get to the bottom of the mystery he'll have to gain her trust, and trust is one thing Susannah does not give easily.
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If you could sum up Dancing on Snowflakes in three words, what would they be?
A fun read
Did Dara Rosenberg do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?
Her voice is pleasant. She did differentiate between characters well enough. The problem I had with her is her mispronunciation of many words. She doesn't come off as very well educated. One particularly funny one was the pronunciation of "oogling" for "ogling. Another problem for me was that she never stopped for a beat when changing characters and settings, so you couldn't tell right away who was speaking.
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I would recommend this book on the basis that it is a good story with all the elements that you usually expect in a romance novel.