REVIEW: Holy Cow! Snow in Summer by Laura Kemp took me for a ride I didn’t expect. My head is still spinning! I’m going out on a limb and telling you…if you liked any part of Evening in the Yellow Wood, you’re gonna love this book. Both books are phenomenal. Her books cross so many genres they are hard to nail down. This one is actually listed as Horror and Paranormal. Don’t let that scare you. I’m not a big fan of the genres but, I’m a big fan of these books thanks to this author’s writing expertise.
Dylan and Justine’s romance continues in this book. I love these two! They sure have a lot to work through. I love her little brother, Adam. He is cool and so is his mom, Pam. Then there is Mallard. I think I’m in love with him. In my mind, he looks like Sam Elliott. Hey, what’s not to love?
This book also takes place in Michigan and some of it on Mackinaw Island. I am a Michigan girl living in Tennessee and Laura always makes me feel like I’ve visited home. When I get to the end, I don’t want to close the book. I want to stay home for just a little longer.
This is book two in the series and I’m already waiting for book three. So, if you haven’t read Evening in the Yellow Wood, hurry up. Pre-order Snow in Summer and we can wait for book three together.
I received a copy of this book from the author for a fair and honest review. Thank you so much for the privilege and the opportunity.
SYNOPSIS: It’s been a year since Justine Cook defeated an immortal enemy that had hunted her family for generations. Settling into a peaceful life with her boyfriend in the small town of Lantern Creek, Michigan, she hopes to escape the events of the summer before. But the past won’t let go so easily.
When a woman named Amanda Bennett survives a fall from a cliff on Mackinac Island, it triggers a series of events that reawakens the past. Soon Justine and her brother Adam are pulled into a mystery that threatens to destroy the new life they have worked so hard to create. As people begin to die- people only Amanda Bennett can see- Justine must race against time to destroy a dark power she thought she had buried the summer before.