Gina’s Review: Angels in the Snow by Rexanne Becnel

Angels in the Snow

Angels in the Snow 
written by Rexanne Becnel
published by Pocket Star, 2015

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Did I enjoy this book: I did. This is definitely the kind of book I needed to read this holiday season; it made me feel that warm and fuzzy feeling. My mother-in-law told me they turned this book into a Hallmark movie, and I can see why. It touches on not only love of a husband and wife, but also finding the balance between work and family. We can get caught up in the world of technology, materialism, and career, and forget about the important things like family and love. Yes, this book is predictable and at times cheesy, but that’s also what I loved about it: it makes its point and made me feel joy in the end.


Would I recommend it: Yes! It definitely makes you feel warm inside.


About the book – from Goodreads:

The USA Today bestselling “master of her craft” (RT Book Reviews), Rexanne Becnel delivers a special treat just in time for the holidays with this heartwarming story about a family learning the true meaning of Christmas.

Having it all—money, health, intelligence, the seemingly perfect family—doesn’t seem to be working for Charles Montgomery. His wife wants a divorce. His children are spoiled rotten. And he has grown blind to the things money can’t buy. In an act of desperation he hopes will bring the family together again, he whisks them away to a mountain retreat for the holidays. But the vacation is a recipe for disaster—especially when a blizzard leaves them stranded without heat or electricity—until the Walker family shows up, seeking shelter. Togetherness has never been so uncomfortable—or enlightening. The blizzard passes, and the Walkers leave…but the Montgomerys’ lives will never be the same.