Surprise! Valentine’s Inc. is back and this time, we’re getting snowed in… Get ready for Snowed In – Valentine’s Inc., coming in January and February 2020. We have two new authors in the line up, and we’re super excited to show you all our covers and introduce you to our stories.
If you’ve read the previous two editions of the Valentine’s Inc. series, you’ll be excited about this new round. In the first series, all stories were Valentine’s day themed, and our second, summer edition was all about cruises. In this series, we’re all using the same first line: “Out of all the people in all the world to be stuck in the snow with, it had to be him.”
All books are complete standalones and have nothing in common except that first line, so you can read them in any order.
Let’s start with the covers, once again made by Vicki Brostenianc.
Super cute and winter-y, right?
And here’s the line up and release schedule:
With a first line like that, it won’t surprise you to see that being snowed in aka forced proximity is a recurring trope in each of the books, but we have more:
- age gap, single dad, and son’s teacher (Paper Snowflakes)
- stepbrothers and enemies to lovers (Snow Job)
- second chance romance and friends to lovers (Ain’t Snow Mountain High Enough)
- age gap, size difference, and a twink who tops (Snow Way Out)
- size difference and spanking (Snow Daze)
- enemies to lovers and coworkers (Snow One Like You)
- daddy kink and former high school crush (Make Snow Mistake)
- age play, age gap, and friends to lovers (Snow Regrets)
- enemies to lovers and sexual exploration/experimentation (Snow Way in Hell)
- small town romance and single dad (Snowflake Kisses)
As you can see, we have something for everyone!
Are you curious what the books are about? Here’s a super short mini-blurb for each of the books:
Make Snow Mistake – Michelle Frost
Unable to make people see past the scar on his face and the teenage mistake that put it there, Cody feels stifled in his small town. When his high school crush blows into his family diner in a swirl of biker leather with a white-out storm on his heels, they end up trapped alone. With Eben’s dark eyes on him, can Cody be brave for the first time in years and take a chance at the life he wants?
Paper Snowflakes – Sammi Cee
There’s something about an older man that drives Cameron wild, but when he’s an amazing father too… swoon-worthy. Teacher Cameron has avoided Ryan, his student’s father, for months, but then Mother Nature steps in and gives him a nudge. The question is, is he brave enough to take his shot at happiness?
Snow Regrets – M.A. Innes
When Joseph gets trapped with his father’s former coworker in one of the worst snowstorms of the year, he starts to wonder what ancient god he must’ve pissed off. After being kicked out of the house at eighteen and having to make his way on his own, the last thing he wants is to be stuck with the sexy older man from his teenage fantasies.
Snow Daze – Pandora Pine
When Hyde, a battle-scarred former marine, takes a job at a posh mountain resort he meets Greer, a geeky moose biologist. When the blizzard of the century strikes and the hotel is evacuated, a certain moose aficionado is left behind with Hyde. Will sparks fly between them or will Greer be left out in the cold?
Snow Job – Beth Bolden
There’s nobody Micah hates more than his ex-stepbrother, Jake. And nobody he wants quite as desperately. Can he put his resentment—and his longing—aside for long enough to survive the elements that keep forcing them together?
Snowflake Kisses – Jacki James
Newly single father Cap Roberts can’t afford to risk not only his heart but his daughter’s as well by falling for a man who might not even stay in River Gorge. But with the help of a few meddling friends, one determined little girl, and a few snowflake kisses, love is bound to find a way.
Snow Way Out – Nora Phoenix
Caught in a snow storm, Quentin has no choice but to find shelter with Mac, a man the whole town seems to hate. But nothing is what it seems, and it doesn’t take long before Quentin falls hard for him. But does their connection even stand a chance when he’s half Mac’s size…and wants to come out on top?
Ain’t Snow Mountain High Enough – Brittany Cournoyer
When Adam’s world was torn apart three years before, Rhys was the one who helped make him feel whole again. After Rhys broke his heart, Adam swore to never love again. Could a freak snow storm, a chance encounter, and a shared cabin finally make them come to terms with what had happened? Or will Adam’s heart stay as cold as the ice outside?
Snow One Like You – Ashe Winters
Coworkers. Enemies. Trapped by a whole lot of snow. Can hidden attractions keep them warm when the power goes out? Valentine’s Inc. employees, Spencer and Angelo, are about to find out if their body heat is enough to survive both the storm raging outside, and the one burning inside their hearts.
Snow Way in Hell – Abigail Kade
Ex-priest Sebastian is finally getting comfortable with his darker sexual urges when he meets Josiah, who’s never been comfy with kink. It’s dislike at first sight. When they’re coerced into a road trip together, neither one is thrilled, but then things go from bad to worse when they wind up lost and stuck in a cabin during a monster snowstorm. Alone for days with only each other for company, the tension between them erupts and these two enemies take the opportunity to explore the dark lust that’s been simmering between them.
To celebrate another season of Valentine’s Inc., we’re doing a fun giveaway. We’ll pick TWO winners who will receive ALL ten ebooks after they release. All you need to do to enter is comment and tell us how you feel about snow and winter. Are you a fan, more of a summer person, or have you never even seen snow? Drop a comment and make sure to use a valid email address because that’s how we will contact you if you’ve won!
Small print: You must have a send-to-Kindle email address. Open internationally. One entry per person.
Crystal Knapp says
I’m more of a spring and summer girl than winter I don’t like cold at all
Lynnita Cooper says
I love anything that requires as little clothing as possible. That being said, I was stationed in Colorado and enjoyed the snow there, but not the ice I experienced in North Carolina.
I love snow and winter – unfortunately I live in a country without a lot of snow. In Denmark we have a lot of rain
Susanne Scholze says
I like all seasons but autumn is my favorite. I love it when the foliage shows all the wonderful colors. Thanks for the chance <3
I love to play in snow but it’s not as much fun to live in! I live in the desert so I have to travel to see snow which keeps it special!!
Ashley Powell says
I’m definitely a summer girl. Living in the South my entire life means rarely seeing snow and when it does happen everything shuts down completely!
Carol Grubb says
I am originally from Baltimore, MD and survived many cold, icy, snowy winters. Five years ago I moved to Las Vegas, NV. I hate being cold and I hated driving in snow. I love the warm and hot low humidity here in the desert. We do have a winter (30-50°) briefly and I can see snow on top of Mt. Charleston through the palm trees. Perfect!
While I like living where we have all 4 seasons, my favorite is fall with the changing colors and, of course, Halloween. I guess I spent too many winters in sleeping bags around kerosene heaters because the power was out from snowstorms when I was younger.
I love spring and fall. Not to hot or cold, lots of time outside.
I love winter ♥️ It doesn’t snow much here but I love it when it does!
Noreen Olmsted says
I like my San Diego winters. Like to get cozie with the fireplace
I used to live in upstate New York. Now I’m glad we live in Mississippi. Snow is pretty but I can do without the 7 foot a year average we used to get lol.
I have a love hate relationship with snow and winter. Love watching the snow fall and seeing the world turn white. Hate it when the sun shines and blinds me making me feel like a vampire never wanting to leave my lair. 😂😂
Sarah Thornburg says
I love winter and snow!! Especially right after it snows and everything is quiet!!!
Katrina Pitt says
I love the idea of snow and winter. Not something I get a lot of in the sub-tropics! Truthfully I love indulging in any season, not Summer.
I’m a fan of snow and cold if there’s a fire nearby!
Victoria Typpi says
I hate the snow! I lived in Michigan most my life and snow was the worst. The cold sucks and snow is yucky when it melts. I’m much more of a summer person (why I love in Arizona now). Snow was pretty to look at though.
Stacey Masterson says
I love snow and winter! I live in New England which gets a lot of snow.
Ugh. As someone who works outside… I’m so not a fan of winter or snow. I do like a good got chocolate though. Haha
Jessica Kennedy says
I am NOT a fan of winter/snow any of it lol my ideal world would stay 70° year round without the nasty humidity I’m used to here in Louisiana lol! Thank you for the chance
Jennifer B says
I much prefer fall to winter but winter wins hands down over the heat of summer. (I live in the Southeast US). I miss the snow from when I was a little girl. I still get as excited as my kids when it snows more than a flurry here every few years.
Ellie Weir says
I love the snow but not the slushy stuff that lasts for days after, yuk! Luckily I live in England so we really don’t get that much but even if you only get a dusting the whole country goes into chaos lol!!
Melissa J says
I love winter. Sadly, it hardly ever snows where I live.
Maria-Clare Lush says
I love snow days and so does my dog. We head out and play in the snow together.
Katie Loomis says
I love winter! We don’t get much snow, if any, in north Texas, but I love it when we do!!
Crystal Knapp says
I prefer spring and summer than winter I don’t like cold at all
Kashonna Shaw says
I hate snow and winter. But, I love reading books set during winter.
Gayle Offerjost says
I love winter – now that I don’t live in it. We lived in Maine prior to Florida and worked/endured winter for 32 years before moving south. Snow as it’s falling is beautiful, snow as it turns to ice or when it has to be shoveled or scraped off the car is atrocious! And when my body conspires against me with reacting negatively to damp cold, I think even hot humid Florida is better if not as pretty! I still love autumn in New England – cool, crisp air and stunning, colorful leaves! 🍂
I love the idea of snow. But I think I could only live in areas that get a lot of it if I wasn’t going to be required to actually function like an adult. When I hit the jackpot and get to retire to my hermit life with cats and books and everything delivery though…I’ll pick somewhere snowy 💜
JOCELYN D WHALEY says
I am a summer person. I’m from the south. snow after a few days, sucks big time.
Shannon Webber says
I love all 4 seasons which is why after 26 years in Florida I moved back to the great State of Maine. I’ve been back a year with no regrets. I love watching the snow, being out in it and just it’s beauty. I’m super excited that it’s supposed to snow on Christmas. I can’t wait for this series!!!!
Anu Harvey says
I love snow and miss my white Christmases (England just has rain(
Zoi Pappa says
I love winter and snow but I also love summer and going to the beach. It doesn’t snow often in Greece, at least in the city where I live, and maybe that’s why I prefer snow a little bit more. I miss it!
These sound fantastic!! I love the Valentine’s Inc series, can’t wait!!! 🤩
Mari Cardenas says
I love my kind of winter where it doesn’t snow and it doesn’t go lower than 40 degrees. LOL Thank you for the chance! I love the covers and blurbs!
Julia Ann Roark says
I definitely say NO TO SNOW… It’s cold, it’s messy, and a horror to get around in no matter if it’s walking or driving. I much prefer Autumn. It’s pretty, it’s cool with perhaps a touch of frost, and roads are clear.
I hate winter. I live in Illinois and winter is miserable. Give me the ocean and flip flops any day!!
Emily Hernandez says
I love winter and snow and all things chilly. I grew up in the south and always wished we had a “real” winter season. Of course, now I live in California so I don’t get it here either xD
Katherine Cortes says
When i was younger I loved snow growing up in New Jersey ! However after I moved to North Carolina and have been he’s for a few years I can say I HATE WINTER ❄️ 🥶!! I’m a summertime girl 🌞!! I love it 💕💕💕 I love the long days the happiness of a beautiful summer day … I feel like people are more cheerful and enjoying the better weather. Here in NC we don’t have long winters and I love that !! Right now it’s freezing and I hate it !! I can’t wait for spring 🦄💫❤️
I love all the seasons!
Snow makes me want to cuddle on an overstuffed chair and read in front of a fireplace ❤️
Barb Ingram says
I love how bright and white fresh snow looks especially when all of the trees are covered but I hate driving in it 😳 Spring and Fall are my favorite seasons 😊
I love winter and especially snow but my husband moved us to a state where there’s very little. Supposedly marriage vows say where he goes I go. It’s ok though I listen to Christmas music almost all year long and he deals with that.
Stephanie Carvalho says
Well, it doesn’t snow here, and winters are not that cold. So yeah ,definitely one of my Favorite seasons 😍
Elizabeth Marie Marshall says
I don’t mind the snow but I hate the cold! 😆
Colleen Cremen says
I only like cold and snow when it snows 3 feet, everything closes down and we have power and plenty of food!
Thank you to all of the authors and everyone who helped put it together,
( Awesome Covers!) for giving us another Valentine’s Inc. !
Debra Edwards says
I’m liking it less each year especially if I have to shovel a lot of snow. I love watching it snow but the aftermath isn’t fun. The cold is a good excuse to stay in and read though!
I prefer spring or fall due to living in a desert it’s either really frigid or really hot! So mid 70’s to 80’s and I’m a happy clam.
Welllll all of these sound amazing! Love the prompt idea. I’m a huge fan of snow – I always want one major snow that shuts us down for a few days and then I’m good lol.
Justine Smith says
I don’t mind the snow as long as I don’t have to drive in it. I do enjoy looking at the snow covered mountains.
Snow is great when you have nowhere to go. And can just look at it from inside your warm home. The winter season itself is my least favorite. Although, I enjoy all the food and fun that comes with the holidays.
Shawna Wyland says
I like reading about snow, but I live where it snows 9 months out of the year. I’m definitely a summer person and cannot wait until I can move to a warmer climate. It’s too cold and snowy here.
Carrie Ann Dettmer says
I love watching it snow, seeing the lovely white stuff in the trees and covering the ground.. It is a totally different story when I have to shovel though. I very seldom have a nice thought in my head then. But what can I say? Snow really makes the Christmas season seem Christmasy !!
Michelle Gallegos says
I love snow despite not seeing it very often, living in Texas. My parents were from Pennsylvania so maybe I inherited that…..lol! It just makes the world so pretty!
Mary Brown says
I prefer Autumn but snow falls so rarely where I live, I am thrilled whenever it snows. ❄❄❄⛄⛄⛄
Regula Bruggmann says
I sooooo love winter… but only if it‘s cold and there is snow! And at trhe moment… we have neither!! 😢
So I was born and raised in South America (Ecuador specifically) so I don’t deal too well with cold. Having mentioned this, after moving to Spain I have discovered how wonderful it is to be snuggling in the sofa with a warm blanket, hot cocoa in hand, while you watch the snow fall.
Fall is my favorite season ic all but I love curling up with blankets, books an tea in the winter!
AJ Michaels says
I’m more of a summer person. I mean snow is fine when I’m inside with coffee and a book and don’t have to go out in it.
I like the snow, but I don’t like cold or wet weather. Nevertheless, I find winter somehow nice because I can always wrap myself in a blanket and read comfortably. But I am happy every year when it gets warmer.
I love snow. Even though cycling though it can be really difficult and I cycle almost everywhere. We never get all that much snow here so it’s fun while it lasts.
I loved the snow when I was younger but now that I am older not so much. I love the look of freshly fallen snow but don’t want the hassle of going out in it.
I LOVE the winter! I’ve been snowed in a few times and watching the world be blanketed by a winter wonderland is amazing!
Julie Underhill says
I love watching the snow come down while I’m warm and cozy by the fire reading and drinking hot chocolate. But I don’t like the cold so only go outside for short periods of time.
Emma Brown says
I love snow so long as there’s enough to mean I don’t have to go to work. I’d rather add more layers as there’s only so many you can take off! Plus winter means roaring fires and more snuggle time.
Lori Ritter says
Spring and summer girl.
We don’t have snow where I live so I’ve never actually seen it, but I love winter even though it’s not very wintery here – it’s not even tgat cold.
Joey Michael Valéry-Dülfer says
One of my dearest childhood memories is snow related. In winter my dad had to clear the long stretch of pavement in front of his employer’s building which housed offices, workshops and our official flat very early in the morning. I used to pull my clothes straight over my still warm pyjamas and sneak down to help him. I loved to “work” at his side, feeling useful and all manly doing so.
love the way it makes the world look hate getting out in a world covered in it
Angie Isaacs says
I’m more of a summer girl myself. I don’t mind the snow much as long as I don’t have to go out. Much rather it be 80 and sunny.
Myeshia Cole says
Well I am a December baby and that puts me firmly in the “I Love Winter and Snow” category.
Lynnette Hartwig says
How do I feel about winter? I liked it when I was a kid but now I just can’t wait until it’s over.
Courtney minor says
I love winter—for a few weeks. Otherwise I’m totally a fall weather girl!
Anita Johnson says
I love the winter!! I think snow is wonderful as long as I can stay inside and just watch it fall! Something about winter feels romantic! Maybe it’s the possibility of being snowed in with someone you love!
Nicole Ricciotti says
I’m not a fan of winter, I much prefer summer.
Heather Rawlins says
I love snow and winter, especially when someone else shovels for me.
The extent of my love for snow is it looks good in pictures for me. I would be happy never having to deal with it where I live 😀
Kim Misevich says
I hate snow. It can snow on Christmas and melt the next day and not snow again until next Christmas.
Linda Ertley says
I love the winter.
Unfortunately, I love in Florida and it only lasts a few hours, but I can dream, can’t I?
I was on vacation in Montana for my (December) birthday one year, and it was snowing and so quiet, I could have stayed there forever, if I’d had my kids there, LOL!
Jesika Furgerson says
I love the cold but I can do without snow. I rather be at home cuddling with my dogs with hot chocolate.
Can’t wait for these!!
I’m a fall/spring person. I like the cooler temperatures where I can site outside and read all day and not freeze or sweat to death. Lol.
Michelle Sublett says
I am NOT a snow person! I think it’s beautiful and all but I’d much rather go to it than have it come to my front door. I actually prefer Fall or late Spring.
Winter is my favorite season and I absolutely love snow! Unfortunately it doesn’t snow much where I live and if it does, it doesn’t last longer than a day or two.
I love all seasons, but winter is special. There’s fire in the hearth, the living room is cosy. Nature is resting and I have more time for my art.
Helena Rose says
Today, where I live in Aus, the predicted temp is 47 Celsius. With all the fires and drought, I think any Aussie would give their left arm for snow right now.
Diane Fair says
‘Snow Job’ sound right up my alley!
Having grown up in South Dakota, and lived in Colorado and Utah after that, and then back in South Dakota, I’ve seen my share of snow! And shoveled it too!
Now I’m in Texas and we get very little of it.
The best of both worlds…living in Colorado Springs, where the snow mostly dumped east of us, due to the close proximity to the Rockies. Usually it would snow a few inches, warm up, and melt the next day.
Just beautiful and a taste of winter loveliness.
Sally halliday says
I love winter but no snow .
Crystal Brown says
When I was a child I loved the snow. My dad would always take me to Missouri where his family are from. That way I had two weeks of nothing but snow. We would go on atvs, I’ve skate on the river, and the whole family would split into team and have a snowman contest. Now there was around 100 of us that got together for those two weeks so there was someone always willing to go with me and coin the hill to sled. And maybe I milked being the only girl so I had all my older cousins and some of my uncle’s wrapped lol. Now that I’m older I sit and watch my kids out the window while I am wrapped in my favorite blanket and kindle, and my hot cocoa.
Claudia Lezar says
I grew up in lower Bavaria/Germany, so we had lot of snow. But I’m not a fan of it. Maybe that’s why I’d choose to live in a warm country without snow.
Snow is cold and wet and baaaaaaaaa. Nope, I don’t miss it for a little
Earleen Gregg says
I am a warm weather kind of gal. Though this year I am looking forward to one big snow just to see how my New Theraphy Dog DayZee does with her first snow. She is a New Foundland so I know she is going to love it and act crazy. Gonna take tonz of photos and videoes of her. After that it can stay warm all year long as far as I care.
I love being able to build snow men with my son’s and snow angels and I definitely LOVE the way the air smells when it’s winter !
Jamey Davis says
Love snow even though it doesn’t snow here in Texas much. Still beautiful to look at. It once snowed here 16 inches on Xmas. Everything came to a stop. Lol
I live on one of the Great Lakes and I have Strong Feelings about winter. 😡👎 My ideal winter would last for 2 weeks from December 20-January 2. The snowfall would be pretty but the accumulation would magically stay below 2”. The rest of December, January, and February would be 38 degrees or above.
I live in a place where snow doesn’t happen very often, even though when we have it it hits big, I don’t mind the initial falling. It definitely don’t like it when it goes to slush… love summer but love in New Zealand and sometimes it’s four seasons in one day…
Well coming from sunny Queensland Australia, we don’t get snow. I have only seen snow once or twice. I would love to have a white Christmas just once though
Angie Juarez says
I would love to spend a weekend in a warm cozy cottage and see snow outside of my window.I live in southern California so I can have snow with a couple of hours drive but the cabin rentals tend to be very pricey. But one day I shall make this wish into reality.
Ulrika Lund says
I really hate the long, cold Swedish winters, and snow must me something invented by the Devil. My dream is to one day be able to spend winters in a sunnier and warmer climate.
Jennie Reads says
I don’t get to see snow very often. Not that I mind. It’s too cold for me. I’m more of a spring/autumn person.
Jennifer Shannon says
Let it snow! I love forced proximity. In real life, I like a little snow. It only snows once or twice a year here.
Sarah B says
I love the cold. The snow can be hit or miss with me, depending on how much I get and how early I have to get up to remove it to get out the door. If I am working from home? Bring. It. On. I’ll throw on some snow pants and pretend to be 5 years old again.
But even a dry bitter cold is preferable to me. I HATE heat with a passion, so find me a place that’s rarely more than 50F (10C) most of the year and I am in love.S
Sarah Bee says
I love the cold. The snow can be hit or miss with me, depending on how much I get and how early I have to get up to remove it to get out the door. If I am working from home? Bring. It. On. I’ll throw on some snow pants and pretend to be 5 years old again.
But even a dry bitter cold is preferable to me. I HATE heat with a passion, so find me a place that’s rarely more than 50F (10C) most of the year and I am in love.
Helen Mortimer says
I love in the UK and we have wet cold grey winters, not the lovely white bright ones we see in films.
Occasionally we get snow but not often or enough but if we have a day or two it’s exciting and magical. Pure envy for the countries who get proper snow and bright blue skies.
Anna Lynn Yap Torres says
I have never experienced a full winter so I would love to experience a whole season! This is awesome, they all sound and look so good! ❤️❤️❤️
I hate the summer. it’s wayyyy too hot. So even though, I don’t enjoy scraping my windows and not getting warm until 10 mins into my drive. I like winter better.
Thank you for the opportunity
Janet MacKrell says
Autumn and winter are my favourite time of year. I love being snowed in with the log fire burning , a pot of hearty soup on the stove and a good book on the go. Not so keen if I have to drive anywhere, I’m always sure I’m going to die.
Ida Umphers says
Love to read books that have a snowy setting all cozy by the fire or a good, old fashioned snowed-in country house murder mystery-but in real life I loathe winter and cold and live for the hot summer.
julie ralston says
i love snow….through a window. we migrated from UK to Australia and part of that was because i’m very much a summer person
Bobbie Williams says
I love the snow! We don’t get much of it where I live though. 😞 So I love to go up into the mountains to enjoy the snow there.
Lisa Teetz says
I love snow and love being warm and snuggly inside when it’s cold outside!
I love the beauty of winter. But I dislike having to drive in poor conditions and it definitely plays a big part in what you do, where you go…and if the power goes off not only annoying but can be dangerous. As can be falls/injuries. So although I enjoy some things about it I would say I’m more a fan of the other seasons.
These stories all sound awesome!! 😊❤️
Bridget Flynn says
Growing up in PA, I thought I was a summer person. I lived for those 3 months of swimming, barbecues and late nights. I moved to Florida at 18 and realized that I was actually a winter person!! I haven’t been back home in years during the winter due to health issues but I definitely miss the beauty of the first snow!!
Snow is an oddity in Alabama. I like it for about an hour before I’m ready for it to go away, lol. 😂 Thanks for the chance!
Mia Sciberras says
I’m definitely a summer person, the hotter the happier I tend to be.
I like looking at snow… from a distance, lol
I love snow and winter….for like a month then I’m over it!
Keith Boardman says
One winter in Chicago, three in the D.C. area, and one in Baltimore cured me of wanting to be around very much snow.
Jazmin Holm says
I’m not a superfan of snow, but I do like it because it makes everything pretty and lighter (I live in Sweden so it gets dark pretty early in the day)
Ronda Vasquez says
I love winter the colder weather and the dark snowy nights, the way the clouds have a pink tinge when it’s gonna snow. So Beautiful!!!
Margaret Dinsmore says
I love looking at the snow but I don’t like to have to drive in it. I love the cooler weather though, summer is just too hot. I loved all of the previews and I can’t wait to read them all. I really enjoyed the other two collections and I’m sure that I’ll love these too. Thank you for the chance to get to own these.
Amy Pittel says
If I never see snow again I’ll be quite content. It’s pretty, sure. But it can be pretty in a photo while I’m toasty warm, thanks. 😉
Lizzie Snow says
Power was just out for 4 days due to an ice storm. Not a fan of snow or winter. And since I live in an area that gets 150 to 200 inches of snow per winter, I basically just suck it up and hope for the best.
Ashley Cafasso says
I am so excited! I love snow and your books! <3
Snow is a four letter word. Brrrr, no thanks. I don’t mind being in a warm valley while looking up at the snow covered mountain tops.
There is plenty of snow and cold here every winter, but I just want to stay indoors until spring. Preferably wrapped in a blanket, with a book and some hot chocolate.
Gabrielle Lee says
Not a fan of the cold but I love how pretty the snow is when its falling and when it first accumulates. Also now that I have my sons doing the shoveling its more fun to enjoy winter time.
I love snow! It’s fun to go skiing and sledding and play in with my kids.
Heather Milwicz says
Not a fan of winter. I like to look at the snow but that’s about it. Spring is my favorite season, when all the trees and the flowers come to life. Bright and vibrant instead cold and dreary.
Not much of a fan, but one or two snow days is fun.
Sue Milkovich says
WOW!!! This is fantastic!! YAY!!! This is going to be great.
I love winter! I live between Chicago and Milwaukee, so I see plenty of snow. I love it when I can stay inside my warm house and look over at the snow covered woods across the street. I hate having to go out and snowblow it off the driveway and sidewalk though!
I love winter, love the clothes and heavy fabrics and cool crisp air, but it doesn’t snow here. I’ve always wanted to travel and have a white Christmas, but haven’t managed to do so yet.
Charlotte Clark says
I think the winter snow is beautiful as long as I’m inside looking out with a blanket, fireplace heating up the room, a good book and cup of coffee.
Elzbieta Tibai says
I love the snow in the sense that I love watching it, and I love how pretty it makes everything, but I hate winter. Much too cold for me.
I’m in the tropical north of Australia, so snow & winter are not my thing, but essential in seasonal storylines.
Karen Renfrow says
I enjoy winter much more now that I work from home & am not stressed about driving in the city in snow….there is nothing like curling up with a blanket, coffee and a great book with snow coming down and looking at how pretty it is out there when you can stay inside!
Jen Reilley says
It is well known that I hate winter. I am always so cold. I prefer summer
Gayle Young says
I love winter and would love to be in the snow. I would love to sit inside in front of a fireplace drinking hot chocolate, but it just doesn’t get cold enough where I live in Queensland, Australia. Our average minimum temperature is 13 degrees Celsius (about 55 Fahrenheit). I didn’t even wear a jacket this year, only long sleeved shirts! So yes, give me a snowy winter anytime.
I’ve never seen snow but I so want to experience it even just once. I prefer cold to hot. I’m not a fan of summer, even though I live in a tropical country.
Michelle Venturino says
I love snow but sadly it’s rare for me to see it. I’m sure it would get old fast
My favorite season is fall but I do enjoy watching snow fall as long as I don’t have to go anywhere. I’m not a fan of the bitter cold or shoveling. I have great memories of growing up and playing in the snow here in Michigan. I can’t wait to read this valentines series!
Lydia Devlin says
I’m more of a spring and autumn person. But there is just something magical about snow. Snowy mountains, woodlands,fields, where everything is so clean and pure. The way Christmas lights are reflected in it.
Not so keen when you are trying to feed horses, ponies and stable cats. When the water pipes are frozen and you’re wading through it laden with haynets etc. Once you’ve managed to make sure they are fine,then you can go back to liking it again 😊
Charlotte Clark says
I’m much more spring and fall. I live in low desert where it is three digit temp all summer and I’m not fond of a lot of snow. If I’m inside with blazing fire with a good book and a hot cafe mocha, I enjoy snow😘
robin moneypenny says
I love fall. The air is fresh and crisp and the smell of smoke from burning leaves.
Laina Gruver says
I’ve been in snow and while I love to VISIT, I prefer to live where it’s sunny with the temps in the 70s (SoCal!!)
Amy Casey says
This is so exciting, they all look fantastic! I live in Ohio so some days we have every season in 24 hours lol. I love fall and spring. Not too hot and not too cold. Snow is pretty until it turns to mud 😉
I’m not a fan of the cold, but I love the calm and quite when it is snowing, or even after it snows.
Michelle Hayden says
To be honest I hate snow, we had a bad one in 2010 and I managed to break BOTH OF MY Arms so yeah definitely noty favourite. Though I love to have a great excuse to be able to stay home with a good book. So maybe I kinda love snow too.
Joy Avery says
I love the winter where it is cold enough to snow but I don’t like it getting colder. Ice hasn’t been my friend in the past. Thank you for the giveaway!
Melisha Bonnette says
I don’t like winter. Not only do I not like being cold and the snow but the cold weather messes with my asthma. I’m more of a late summer/early fall person.
I love to look at snow and bare trees with icy branches, while warm indoors, but hate cold and snow when having to leave home. 😋
I prefer winter over summer (because in Brazil, summer means SUMMER), but I’ve never seen snow. I really want to see snow someday, even if I end up not liking it, a White Christmas is so iconic, that I wish to experience it just because.
I prefer the milder seasons, like spring and fall, but I like the cod more than the heat, so I prefer winter over summer (in my country summer means SUMMER). I’ve never seen snow, but someday I really wish to experience a White Christmas, because it’s sooo iconic, so I really want to see snow one day.
I love the winter and snow. There’s something in the air that makes you feel like anything is possible. Everything feels more magical and fresh.
Patricia Hasan says
I am a summer kind of girl! I don’t like being cold.
I love looking at the snow and watching it fall, but driving and walking in it (I’m an amputee) isn’t that much fun!!😁
Christina Kovatch says
I love snow as long as I don’t have to drive in it.
Donna Maynard says
I simply adore snow. From watching it fall, to looking at it glittering in the sun on the trees. Winter is a magical time. Snuggling with that certain someone, drinking hot chocolate, and riding snowsleds. It is awesome. Nothing beats making a snow angel, building a snowman or having snowball fights with your kids. I wouldn’t have it any other way.
I prefer spring and summer. I am not a huge dan of the cold. But….I can enjoy it when the snow has just fallen and everything is beautifully white. Just commuting to work when it all turn to slush and ice (and public transport gets messed up) is no fun.
Eileen Garavaglia says
In my heart, winter is still my favorite season. Due to some health issues though, the warmer months of spring and fall are easier on me. But I still love a stark landscape, mountains of snow and the brisk air of winter.
I hate the snow. Really it looks pretty before everyone starts running through it but other than that I want 🌞 sand and water. Summer rocks
Denise GremoryKohta says
I love winter. That and fall make spring and summer tolerable. Between the weather and the holidays with great food thrown in and I’m in heaven. I love snow too. I’m still holding out hope that Georgia will one day get a real snow storm instead of ice. I’m so glad we are getting another season of Valentine’s Inc. Thank you to all the authors for both the season and this chance.
I actually miss having snow. That being said the last time I lived in a place with snow, I was 15. Now I think my body would make me pay if I lived where it snowed. I remember watching the snow fall as we listened to Christmas carols with a fire going.
Not a fan of snow. I could live with fall or spring year round.
Tonte Briggs says
Not a big fan of snow, but summer he’ll yeah 😄😄😄
I live in the Alabama so snow is rare. If we get any snow it shuts everything down and there is no bread or milk in sight. Because in the South if it’s going to snow you MUST buy bread and milk. Bread & Milk sandwiches for all. lol. I do like winter though. Down here it gets so damn hot and humid in the summer. I’d rather bundle up in the winter then be hot and sticky in the summer.
I live in upstate NY and have also lived in Wyoming. Both beautiful in the winter, but I love summer by the pool. Love all your books Nora, and now I’m off to Stewart’s for coffee. Lol
Anna Despain says
Snow is wonderful…as long as the roads are cleared and salted/sanded I love it! That being said my favorite season is actually fall with late spring early summer being a close second.
PS the release date on Snow Regrets is wrong it needs to be on the 20th so I can get it for my birthday! 😀
Chris Roberts says
Snow is great to read about, see in pictures, and admire from far away. Moved to Florida 40 years ago and thrilled that I do not shovel snow. LOL
Amy Dahmen says
I’m a summer person through and through. Snow I hate but tolerate
Francina Alley says
I live in a place that does get a hefty dose of snow and winter but I love any season other than winter. I hate being cold.
Katie Winkenwerder says
I’d like snow for maybe a week, but then just keep the cold. Lol. We don’t get it often here in south Texas.
Louise Hup says
I love Winter but have never seen Snow here in Adelaide, South Australia. In Winter you can cuddle up with your loved one under the Blanket that you Crocheted.
Jeff M. says
Icy cold snow snaps me out of my complacency, reminding me I’m alive. That’s why I love the crispness and changes of autumn as it heralds winter is on it’s way. Snow gives me an excuse to slow down, too. Time spent cuddled up in front of a bonfire with a cup of mulled cider, watching the stars, is my idea of rejuvenation and relaxation.
Marion Crapp says
I like a light dusting of snow on the ground making everything clean and bright.
Linda A. says
As long as I don’t have to drive in it, snow is okay. I prefer spring and autumn, when the days are cool and the nights are crisp. It makes for great sleeping weather!
Julynn Pelius says
I’m a snow freak… love winter but really love the poetry of autumn thought I do enjoy the story winter tend to give when covered in snow…
Annesha Nesbeth says
I love snow but hate the cold. Lol.
I love a nice warm Summer day with a lot of sun, but not too hot
Amber Krogh says
I live in Southern California in the mountains, so I love winter. We get just enough snow for it to be fun and exciting without having to shovel it or dig out the vehicles. I hate the summer when it gets over a hundred out, and we only have a swamp cooler, so it only brings the temp down to eighty degrees. I love the cooler weather; unfortunately, it doesn’t last long enough.
Charlotte Clark says
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
Ilse Marijke says
I live on a Caribbean island, was born in Europe almost during the winter. But I lóve winter and snow. Winter time to me equals an open fire, hot coco and two male lovers, huddled together in front of that fire, making out and more 😍 So yes, I love winter 🤓❤️🔥🌈
Fran Stanton says
What I love best about Winter and snow is sitting by a roaring fire (in my wood burning stove that is) with a good book in my hands and reading to my heart’s content. Looking out the window at the sparkling snow falling to the ground gives me a warm, comfortable, and pleasant experience. Daydreaming about heros, lovers, saviors, friends is what has my fantasies fulfilled to the brim. Of course, hot chocolate or mulled spiced wine doesn’t hurt either.
Terri Hawkins says
My very favorite season is fall, but now that I’ve moved to Colorado, I’m just getting lots of winter! The snow isn’t as appealing as it was a few months ago, LOL! Anyway, I’m looking very forward to these new stories. 🙂
Michele Switzler says
I like snow most of the time. I just don’t like getting so cold you can’t get warm. Fall is my favorite season.
I only want to see snow on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. The rest of winter should be mild and snow free.
I love snow, and I would love winter a lot more if where I lived we actually got any snow. 99% of our winter weather is just rain.
I love snow! Which is probably a good thing considering I get about 5-7 months of it lol!
I am not a fan of snow at all.
‘Snow’ is four-letter word. It’s perfect on the mountin tops, while I’m warm and cozy in the valley. Love autumn weather.
Tanya L Gary says
I prefer spring and the first beginning of fall just before it gets real cold. Overall If I had to choose between being cold or hot I would pick cold.
Alyson Mireault says
I get excited about all of the seasons. I try to find the positive in everything. Snow is beautiful to me when it is falling and the whole landscape becomes white. Snow sort of cleanses the area; it makes the world look new again. The only thing that is not my favorite about winter and the snow is the cleanup. I have a snowblower, so the two driveways and pathways don’t look like so much work. At least that is what I tell myself, so I don’t start crying. 😁
Fall is my favorite season, I don’t like the heat haha. I like it warm, not boiling hot and not freezing! I love a good dump of snow. Christmas Eve snow is my fav! Big huge flakes and no wind!
Petronella Ford says
I don’t mind snow the first day. Then its annoying. And I don’t like the cold. Especially this year as I stupidly let myself run out of heating oil and have been without heat and hot water since 23rd December. The tanker man is coming tomorrow. I will then be in the bath for the rest of the year lol
I am not fond of tje extremes of Winter and Summer and am far more comfortable with Spring and Fall.