Thursday, 4 December 2014

The Snow Globe by Sheila Roberts


What They Say:

When Kiley Gray discovers an enchanting snow globe in an antique shop, she has no idea how much her life is about to change. For years, the snow globe has passed from generation to generation, somehow always landing in the hands of a person in special need of a Christmas miracle. Kiley could use a miracle herself. This year, all she wants for Christmas is someone to love. A hopeful shake leads her on an adventure that makes a believer out of her. At Christmastime, sometimes the impossible becomes possible and miracles really do come true.

What I Say:

I would like I thank Clara Diaz from Little, Brown Book Group for sending me a copy of this books in exchange for a fair and honest review.

Kiley is browsing in a small shop when she comes across the snow globe, according to the owner this isn't an ordinary snow globe...

The snow globe gives each owner a glimpse into their future, Kiley sees a toy store and follows her instincts.  

Suzanne sees something she doesn't want to see and thinks the snow globe is jinxed.  

Allison thinks the snow globe hasn't worked for her.

The three friends are about to have their lives changed in so many different ways. The story isn't just about the snow globe it's about friendship and what is important in life.

The book is written so that you follow each of the characters story.  It is a easy read with lots of feel good factor, not necessarily as a Christmas Story.  Yes the history of the snow globe is a bit unbelievable, but isn't that what miracles are all about.

I liked all three main characters, even Suzanne, she had just lost sight if what is important in life.  This is the first book of Sheila Roberts I have read and look forward to reading more.

About The Author

Sheila Roberts lives on a lake in the Pacific Northwest. She’s happily married and has three children. Her books have been best-sellers, Amazon top ten romance picks, and her popular holiday novel, "On Strike for Christmas" was made into a movie for the Lifetime channel. When she’s not speaking to women’s groups or at conferences she can be found writing about those things near and dear to women’s hearts: family, friends, and chocolate. 

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