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    Beau will go to the ends of the earth to keep Eden safe. But who’s going to protect his heart from a woman who can’t seem to trust again? 

    Speeding north through rural Maine, Eden Martelli wonders how her life came to this - on the run with her mute five-year-old son dozing fitfully in the passenger seat. When a breakdown leaves them stranded in Summer Harbor, Eden has no choice but to stay put through Christmas...even though they have no place to lay their heads.

    Beau Callahan is a habitual problem solver - for other people anyway. He left the sheriff’s department to take over his family’s Christmas tree farm, but he’s still haunted by the loss of his parents and struggling to handle his first Christmas alone.

    When Eden shows up looking for work just as Beau’s feisty aunt gets out of the hospital, Beau thinks he’s finally caught a break. Eden is competent and dedicated - if a little guarded - and a knockout to boot. But, as he soon finds out, she also comes with a boatload of secrets.

    Eden has been through too much to trust her heart to another man, but Beau is impossible to resist, and the feeling seems to be mutual. But as Christmas Eve approaches, Eden’s past catches up to her.

    Praise for Falling Like Snowflakes:

    “Hunter is a master romance storyteller. Falling Like Snowflakes is charming and fun with a twist of mystery and intrigue. A story that’s sure to endure as a classic reader favorite.” (Rachel Hauck, New York Times best-selling author)

    “If you enjoy romance blended with suspense, you’re going to love Denise Hunter’s latest novel. Falling Like Snowflakes will make your heart race twice over - from dread of the bad guys and from the joy of watching Beau and Eden fall in love.” (Robin Lee Hatcher, best-selling author)

    “Denise Hunter writes the most complex, fascinating, and yummy romances out there! Falling Like Snowflakes has it all: a vulnerable young woman on the run with her child, a hunky hero with the guts and determination to help her, and a rugged setting along the coast of Maine. This is a novel you’ll reread again and again.” (Colleen Coble, USA Today best-selling author)

    “A handful of authors dominate my must-read list, and Denise Hunter is right at the top. Falling Like Snowflakes is a taut romantic thriller that will warm you to the core.” (Julie Lessman, award-winning author)

    Falling Like Snowflakes is a story of letting go, finding home, and discovering who you really are. It’s a story that highlights the importance of community and faith within a romance that will warm your heart. You’ll discover winter in Maine — and find yourself ready to vacation there when the snowflakes fall. And maybe along the journey, you’ll discover the freedom of letting go and trusting God.” (Cara Putman, award-winning author)

    Full-length romance novel

    Includes Discussion Questions for Book Clubs

    First book in the Summer Harbor series

    Book One: Falling Like Snowflakes

    Book Two: The Goodbye Bride

    Book Three: Just a Kiss

    ©2015 Denise Hunter (P)2015 Thomas Nelson Publishers

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    • hollynoel06
    • 14/06/2020

    Absolutely adored this!

    First of all the story and the book itself is absolutely amazing. I’ve been procrastinating reading/listening to this for about six years and I hate that I waited so long. My only thing is the narrator was absolutely horrible! You can tell this is a very cheap production and I’m very disappointed with the narration. The author has a very pleasant voice but she reads it with a mono tone well maybe a little less monotone. But she doesn’t read it with any emotion is what I’m trying to explain. What’s more, for a while in the beginning I couldn’t tell the difference between characters because she uses the exact same voice for every single character in the book which makes it very boring and displeasing. I should’ve just read the book myself versus listening to it because she was absolutely horrible. Very cheap production very cheap and unenthusiastic narration you guys should’ve done better because the story was everything! I still highly recommend the book. You won’t be disappointed!

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    • Reggie
    • 21/09/2019

    Someone to show what love should be

    Eden and her 5yo son are on the run from a killer when her car dies in a small town. With no money and no where to go, she accepts a job as a caretaker for one of the owners of the town’s Christmas tree farm. The family is good to Eden/Kate and her son but it’s hard for her to trust anyone. Can the nephew and co-owner of the farm convince her to trust him...that is, once he ends his current relationship.
    This is a slow burn romantic suspense with a great HEA. Looking forward to the next book in this series

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    • Teresa Baugh
    • 14/12/2018

    I was asked if Siri was reading the book

    I'm sure the story would have held my attention and been much more entertaining if the narrator would have put some inflection and interest into what she was doing. the storyline was fine and probably way better if I would have read it myself.

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    • Kelly C.
    • 12/01/2018

    Love Denise Hunter

    “Her own fear held her captive.” This is my second Denise Hunter read, and she is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. Her romances are so good, and so far there has been a little mystery thrown in to keep you interested. I loved how this one took a turn I was not expecting, and I cannot wait to read book two in the series. This is marked as Christian Fiction, but do not put off by that. She does use some Religion in her stories, but they are not overpowering or overdone in my opinion. I really want more people to give her work a chance. I am loving everything so far.

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    • Asheley
    • 30/11/2017

    Love love love this one!

    This is one of my favorite books! I chose to listen to this audiobook as a reread because I've read the story in print a couple of times and I love it so much, but I had never listened to it before. This is also the first time that I've reread it since I've completed the entire series.

    I loved it all over again. In fact, I loved it even more because I noticed little hints and details that meant more to me this time than they did the first time that I read, now that I know the story on all of the characters.

    This story features Beau Callahan and Eden Martelli, as well as Eden's son Micah. Eden has shown up in Beau's small town of Summer Harbor, Maine with her young son in tow, and no one knows anything about her except that she needs a job and that she is fiercely protective of her child. Beau needs some help around the house and ends up employing her. While the two have a very slow-burning romance that buds, the story of why Eden is on the run slowly unfolds.

    This is very much a story of family relationships-with a great, great setting. The Callahan Brothers are awesome and I loved getting to know them and their relationship to the town. Beau, in particular, is very easy to connect with as a character because he has such a good heart. He does find himself in quite a predicament where his romantic feelings are concerned, and only part of this is because Eden has a difficult time trusting other people. Eden is more guarded than Beau is, but as her story unfolds, it is understandable why this is so.

    I loved listening to this story for my reread. I wish some of the more suspenseful parts and some of the more emotional conversations and reveals had been more emotive in terms of the narration, but I would absolutely listen to this one again in a heartbeat. It's one of my forever-favorites.

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    • Cheryl
    • 17/08/2021

    How to listen to narrator

    I found it helpful to slow narration speed a couple of points. Carr reads like she is in a hurry to get through a book.

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    • Mrs. Wendy M. Kulterman
    • 31/12/2020

    Falling like bricks

    The title of my review applies to the narrator of this story. I enjoyed the story yet Ms Carr’s performance was flat and I resorted to reading the story. She doesn’t have a large range of voices. This made it difficult to discern which character were speaking.
    I enjoy family series, and “Falling like Snowflakes “ is sweet. But read it instead of purchasing the Audible version

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    • Lynne19
    • 03/09/2020

    Predictable and sappy

    If you like predictable, sappy Hallmark-style love stories, you'll probably like this. It reminded me of a weak copy of Safe Haven.

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    • Anthea
    • 12/05/2016

    Absolutely lovely

    Lovely story, with good spiritual lessons, and the narrator-ship was good, the only problem was the epilogue chapter was in both chapter 42 and 43. But it was an enjoyable listen

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    • Moonglotexas
    • 21/11/2015

    Enjoyable, slow building and interesting!

    Would you consider the audio edition of Falling Like Snowflakes to be better than the print version?

    Oh as the drama unfolded, I did will it to go faster but I enjoyed the audio edition

    Who was your favorite character and why?

    Beau, lovely strong and understanding character

    Any additional comments?

    Just what you expect from Denise Hunter, great twists and interesting characters!