Let It Snow

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Let It Snow is a fictional title. It is wonderfully written by Nancy Thayer. The author has impressed her fans with a good variety of fictional novels and one of her best is Summer Love. Another good novel that the author has written is Summer House.

The audio narration of Let It Snow novel is done by Joyce Bean. It was a very exciting performance and you will enjoy every minute of it.

Christina Antonioni was gearing up for the holidays at her toy shop in Nantucket. She was busy unpacking the last0minute shipments and was also decorating the place for her dedicated Christmas shoppers. But when Oscar Bittlesman, her Scrooge of a landlord raised her rent then it became almost impossible for Christina to continue her business further.

Christina was of the firm belief that there might be a very warm and loving heart underneath the steely exterior of Oscar. When she bonded with Wink, his young, lovely granddaughter who comes frequently to her shop then it became obvious that he was not that cold after all. With the support of their uncle of Wink, who was a handsome and wealthy bachelor, this might become the best Christmas season that they could have ever imagined.

The enchanting setting of Nantucket provided listeners here with the ideal backdrop for the amazing and exciting Christmas holidays love story. It is a nice story of a woman who was trying to save her business. It is also about falling in love and being there for the support of her community. The narration was top-notch and you have every reason to invest your time in this book.

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