When Snow Falls : Whiskey Creek

  • by Brenda Novak
  • Narrated by Tara Sands
  • Series: Whiskey Creek
  • 11 hrs and 58 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

After growing up in cheap motels, moving from town to town with her sister and mother, Cheyenne Christensen is grateful to be on her own. She’s grateful, too, for the friends she found once her family settled in California. But she’s troubled by the mystery of her earliest memories, most of which feature a smiling blonde woman. A woman who isn’t her mother.
Although Cheyenne has repeatedly asked for explanations, the people who could help aren’t talking. Cheyenne is set on finding answers, but without so much as a birth certificate, it won’t be easy.Things get even more complicated when her closest friend is attracted to the man Cheyenne has secretly loved for years. For Eve’s sake, she decides to step aside — which lands her right in the arms of Dylan Amos, oldest and baddest of the hell-raising Amos brothers. He’s the kind of guy she’s sworn to avoid. She can’t afford to make a mistake, not when she finally has a chance to learn who she really is and change her life for the better. But… maybe there’s more to Dylan than she thought. Maybe letting him go would be a bigger mistake.


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Customer Reviews

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Another great book

This book was great, Brenda Novak is able to write the many dimensions in relationships. It was well worth the listen. Tara Sands does well with the character voice changes, although there was a few threads that were confusing, all in all she did well. The story was a great addition to the Whiskey Creek series. This book made me laugh, and cry. I do recommend this listen and author. It is worth the credit and has a average length.
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- quilteragogo

When Snow Falls

First I want to say that I beleive all romantic novels should have a happy ending. Yes, the main characters do get a happy ending, but not so for quite a few of the supporting cast. Maybe this is for future stories and maybe not. In any case it left me feeling a little incomplete come the end of the story. I do feel that the first half of the book dragged on a bit. And for being chacters in their 30s it felt like a lot of teenage angst! I rolled my eyes a few times at this as there are scenes where I just wanted to yell "Make up your mind!" Maybe the main character just wasn't strong enough for me. For someone who went through a hell of a childhood and is doing a good job of surviving and striving in many ways, the main character is weak in so many other ways. The narrator did a pretty good job on voices, but her flow was really slow... making a book I already felt was dragging go even slower. I feel this book could be condensed to make a better book, but overall it wasn't bad.
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- Angela

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-23-2012
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio