Saturday, December 20, 2014

White Christmas

White Christmas by Emma Lee-Potter

Everyone dreams of a White Christmas. 

But nobody dreams of one quite as much as Hal Benson. 

An out-of-work actor, Hal has been hired as a stand-in weather forecaster by a ratings-chasing news channel. Hal couldn't care less whether it rains or not. It is just a job. 

But then he meets Lizzie Foster. A rival weather forecaster, on a far more serious channel, Lizzie is bright, determined, fascinated by meteorology - and very, very beautiful. 

She is the complete opposite of Hal. 

And yet sometimes opposites attract. 

After meeting at a conference - and after a spark develops between them - Lizze and Hal make a bet live on air. 

Will it snow on Christmas Day? 

But as the big day approaches, their relationship turns out to be as unpredictable as the weather. And sometimes as stormy. 

Whilst everyone else is unwrapping presents, Hal and Lizzie are looking to the clouds for signs of snow. Will Hal and Lizzie overcome their meteorological differences - and find true love? 

2.0 out of 5 stars Couldn't get intoDecember 20, 2014
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This review is from: White Christmas (Kindle Edition)
This book actually bored me. I understand they are weather reporters, but the fact that they talk all technical about it, it bores me. The characters are slightly shallow, vapid. I couldn't even really get into the story. This didn't feel like a true romance story. I just didn't feel it. It just wasn't there. This book really just did nothing for me.
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