Snowflake Kisses by Dawn Brower

A perfect winter wonderland full of snowflake kisses and magic

Snowflake kisses

Mack Taylor has led a charmed life since he left home and the scandal he left behind. His past haunts him and leads him down a path of personal chaos. Nightmares plague him until he is forced to face the choices he's made. In an attempt to right the wrongs of his past and find a way to move forward with his life he returns home and beg forgiveness.

 Meghy Watkins never left her hometown, and instead abandoned every plan she had made. She's become a borderline recluse and barely leaves her home. Delivery and the internet have become her best friends. She has trouble letting go of her insecurities and can't forget the one person she's always loved.  

Fate has a plan, and Mack and Meghy won't be left with much choice in the end. It'll come down to one decision and the right one will bring them unimaginable happiness.

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Short Stories

Language: English

Keywords: second chance, Friends to lovers, holiday, New Years Eve, Christmas

Word Count: 10300

Sales info:

I am a USA TODAY Bestselling author.

Sample text:

Mack didn’t know what to say. He’d come to apologize and he had, but somehow that didn’t seem like enough. He glanced around the field and to the bay in the distance. This was their place. They’d spent a lot of time there through the years, and the last winter they were together as friends they’d even shared a kiss. He had avoided talking about it then not wanting to spook her. Meghy could be skittish and he didn’t want to scare her away. Now he realized he had handled it badly. He should have kissed her again and often, and instead he never did again. He would love to have the right to kiss her whenever the mood struck. The gap between them was too wide. They would never be able to recreate that magic again.

“Do you want to build a snowman?” Meghy asked taking him by surprise. Did she remember that day too?

“Why?” he asked. “I think Parson Brown retired.”

She smiled. It was so familiar it made his heart ache. “That’s too bad. We never did complete our previous ceremony. You promised we’d do it right later.”

He had… “I wish I could now.” Mack pulled his hands out of his pockets. “But I didn’t plan well.” He wiggled his bare fingers for her. “No gloves.”

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Translation in progress. Translated by Lisa Aelbers

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