Storm's Review: The Snowflake Valley Advice Fairy by Holly Tierney-Bedord
Released: December 19, 2015
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: 95 pages
At just twenty-five years old, Elinor has landed the job of her dreams: She’s going to be Merry the Advice Fairy for the Snowflake Valley Gazette. She’s ecstatic that she’s about to embark on a fun, cushy career while living in the cutest, quaintest town she’s ever known. She’s barely settled into her desk at work when that famous Snowflake Valley shimmer starts to fizzle. The real Snowflake Valley bears little resemblance to the picture postcard tourist destination she and her family loved when she was a child. Her new co-workers are uninspiring, to say the least, and the problems that people are submitting to the Gazette are much weightier than what she was expecting. Losing faith in herself, Elinor considers cutting her losses and moving on. However, the attention of hot young reporter Nile might be enough to get her past her chilly start in Snowflake Valley, and back to seeing its charm once again.
Five Boundless Stars
This was a very quick and easy read. Elinor spent her childhood in Snowflake Valley and now as an adult she moves there to follow a career in Journalism. She is going to be the new advice columnist. She gets there and begins her job and quickly decides she is not as cut out for the job as her predecessor.
She soon finds out that the small town of Snowflake Valley isn't as magical as shes remembers. She powers through and finds out that maybe, just maybe she can find a home in this town she has always loved. I really enjoyed this book. It was cute and had romance, scandal, and good small town feel. It is written well and was a joy to read.