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A snowstorm threatens to ruin Christmas for two mismatched strangers traveling together—until a spark of romance brightens the season in this charming short novel from Debbie Macomber. Shelly Griffin is looking forward to spending time with her beloved father in Seattle for the holidays. But unexpected complications arise when her plane from San Francisco is rerouted to Po A snowstorm threatens to ruin Christmas for two mismatched strangers traveling together—until a spark of romance brightens the season in this charming short novel from Debbie Macomber. Shelly Griffin is looking forward to spending time with her beloved father in Seattle for the holidays. But unexpected complications arise when her plane from San Francisco is rerouted to Portland due to inclement weather. To make matters worse, Shelly finds herself stuck sharing the last available rental car with one of her fellow passengers: handsome, uptight businessman Slade Garner. Sure, he’s attractive, but Shelly isn’t immediately convinced she likes Slade. She’s not expecting the arduous journey to her father’s house in a severe blizzard to change her mind, either. But the more time Shelly spends with Slade, the more she suspects that she may have received an unexpected gift this Christmas: love.


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A snowstorm threatens to ruin Christmas for two mismatched strangers traveling together—until a spark of romance brightens the season in this charming short novel from Debbie Macomber. Shelly Griffin is looking forward to spending time with her beloved father in Seattle for the holidays. But unexpected complications arise when her plane from San Francisco is rerouted to Po A snowstorm threatens to ruin Christmas for two mismatched strangers traveling together—until a spark of romance brightens the season in this charming short novel from Debbie Macomber. Shelly Griffin is looking forward to spending time with her beloved father in Seattle for the holidays. But unexpected complications arise when her plane from San Francisco is rerouted to Portland due to inclement weather. To make matters worse, Shelly finds herself stuck sharing the last available rental car with one of her fellow passengers: handsome, uptight businessman Slade Garner. Sure, he’s attractive, but Shelly isn’t immediately convinced she likes Slade. She’s not expecting the arduous journey to her father’s house in a severe blizzard to change her mind, either. But the more time Shelly spends with Slade, the more she suspects that she may have received an unexpected gift this Christmas: love.

30 review for Let It Snow: A Novel (Debbie Macomber Classics)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    I will try to sum up this story as quickly as possible; I am clearly in the minority with Let it Snow. A man and a woman met on a plane. They had opposite personalities. Both were single but he was engaged. There was a snowstorm and their plane was grounded. The two were fated to travel together in the last available rental car. The weather continued to work against them. I believe they spent three days at her father's house; sometimes the dad was there, sometimes he wasn't. The man was still en I will try to sum up this story as quickly as possible; I am clearly in the minority with Let it Snow. A man and a woman met on a plane. They had opposite personalities. Both were single but he was engaged. There was a snowstorm and their plane was grounded. The two were fated to travel together in the last available rental car. The weather continued to work against them. I believe they spent three days at her father's house; sometimes the dad was there, sometimes he wasn't. The man was still engaged to the other woman but that didn't stop their attraction, kissing and wanting more. He left. She went back to work. Sad. A few days go by. He showed up at her door. Unengaged. In love. The end. Mrs. Macomber wrote this?!? No stars.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    A wonderful story from Debbie Macomber! I enjoyed it!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Guy

    I almost forgot how much I loved these short novellas that Harlequin used to send to their subscribers at Christmas. I just recently found this one on a shelf and picked it up to read it. Its only about 90 pages long, but the story is really sweet. Just the type of story you want to read around the holidays. It definitely keeps your hopes up for happy endings, in this world that's so full of gloom and doom. Debbie Macomber always delivers that kind of story, and I love her for it. Her characters I almost forgot how much I loved these short novellas that Harlequin used to send to their subscribers at Christmas. I just recently found this one on a shelf and picked it up to read it. Its only about 90 pages long, but the story is really sweet. Just the type of story you want to read around the holidays. It definitely keeps your hopes up for happy endings, in this world that's so full of gloom and doom. Debbie Macomber always delivers that kind of story, and I love her for it. Her characters are real and likable. Sure I'm a sucker for romance novels. I openly admit it. But hey, everyone needs a little fantasy in their lives and this is my vice of choice.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Emma Smart

    first two stories in the book was ok. but couldn't get into the last story in the book I think after 2 loved up stories in the book I think I was all loved out and wanted a good crime story

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    This is my first time reading these authors: Debbie Macomber, Sherryl Woods & Robin Carr And let me just say that cozy romance is not my forte. So I was pretty disappointed. The first story (Let it Snow by Debbie Macomber) was a pretty simple, enjoyable, quick holiday read. Cute characters, cute plot - exactly the type of warm and romantic holiday read I was looking for, but there was nothing life-shattering or laugh-out-loud about this one. No fireworks. I made it about two chapters into the second This is my first time reading these authors: Debbie Macomber, Sherryl Woods & Robin Carr And let me just say that cozy romance is not my forte. So I was pretty disappointed. The first story (Let it Snow by Debbie Macomber) was a pretty simple, enjoyable, quick holiday read. Cute characters, cute plot - exactly the type of warm and romantic holiday read I was looking for, but there was nothing life-shattering or laugh-out-loud about this one. No fireworks. I made it about two chapters into the second story by Sherryl Woods before giving up. Even Barbara Kingsolver or a similarly talented writer couldn't have saved this plot: a harried mom of two, running a 104-degree fever, takes her son to the mall to see Santa on Christmas Eve, and loses him in the voracious shopping horde and only the temporary Santa - a cop with a heart of gold - can help. On every single count - count me out. I go out of my way to actively avoid any and all of these plot elements. 0 stars. The third story was simply poorly written. The dialogue and descriptions were terrible. I am in shock that Robin Carr has written and published twelve books. There must be an audience out there for her books; I am clearly not it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kat Robson

    A fabulous festive read. It's a small novella and I believe or wanted it to last a little longer, it ended a little too abrupt for me but I do love Debbie Macomber style so I am not complaining at all. There is a girl who lives in San Francisco but is trying to get home to Seattle to spend it with her father but the plane doesnt get her to Seatle. She hates flying so she rents a car but it's the last one and the man beside her on the plane, mr businessman wants it too to get to his meeting.. The A fabulous festive read. It's a small novella and I believe or wanted it to last a little longer, it ended a little too abrupt for me but I do love Debbie Macomber style so I am not complaining at all. There is a girl who lives in San Francisco but is trying to get home to Seattle to spend it with her father but the plane doesnt get her to Seatle. She hates flying so she rents a car but it's the last one and the man beside her on the plane, mr businessman wants it too to get to his meeting.. They join forces and travel together in the car but the snow is causing trouble on the road and they're close to the girls house. They get home and spade, the businessman stays for coffee and a new lease of life interrupts his life. He leaves when he can and she misses him.but goes home to San Francisco and hears nothing from him until the end. I love debbie writing, can never give a book of hers a bad review because they are just amazing .

  7. 5 out of 5

    Divya Khare

    “Without even realizing it, Slade had granted her the priceless gift of expectancy. If he was capable of stirring her restless heart, then so would another.” 🖤 ⛄️ A snowstorm threatens to ruin Christmas for two mismatched strangers traveling to Seattle on the same plane together. ✈️ However, fate had something else in store for them. They were just so different from each other. Shelly Griffin and Slade Garner, both have to be at their respective destinations , decide to travel together in one re “Without even realizing it, Slade had granted her the priceless gift of expectancy. If he was capable of stirring her restless heart, then so would another.” 🖤 ⛄️ A snowstorm threatens to ruin Christmas for two mismatched strangers traveling to Seattle on the same plane together. ✈️ However, fate had something else in store for them. They were just so different from each other. Shelly Griffin and Slade Garner, both have to be at their respective destinations , decide to travel together in one rented car because their plane is rerouted to Portland due to heavy snowfall. The more time Shelly spent with Slade, the more she fell for him. Sparks fly and they fall in love!!! Christmastime is the most wonderful time of the year and this book will take you straight to December! ❄️ This book is gorgeous. The book as a whole was just plain addictive. I fell asleep so late last night just because I couldn’t put my Kindle down. I love Debbie Macomber’s writing. This was a really short read and took me hardly three hours to finish it! Her books are always an absolute delight and they always give me a feeling, that everything is going to turn out well at the end!! Highly recommended!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lorraine Sears

    A festive collection of three romantic Christmas novella's in one book. While the first and last stories are lovely and give you a warm tingly feeling about the magic of the season, the middle story really lets the side down. A young, single mum in a new town takes her children to see Santa at the mall on Christmas Eve, determined to keep at least one Christmas tradition alive after her divorce. But when her young son runs off, seemingly too excited to wait in line, she starts to panic. In steps l A festive collection of three romantic Christmas novella's in one book. While the first and last stories are lovely and give you a warm tingly feeling about the magic of the season, the middle story really lets the side down. A young, single mum in a new town takes her children to see Santa at the mall on Christmas Eve, determined to keep at least one Christmas tradition alive after her divorce. But when her young son runs off, seemingly too excited to wait in line, she starts to panic. In steps local cop, also playing the begrudging, if very handsome Santa that day. Now, trying not to spoil this story; and as a mum myself, I found it very hard to give credence to the idea that any parent would allow themselves to eye up a potential date while in the panicked state of having lost their child. Secondly I also question the type of present the child tries to buy for his mum - quite unbelievable. This middle story is the longest in the book - but for me it went on too long, with a very unrealistic vibe. The other two stories are cute and would be great for a short read with a hot drink when looking for a break from festive chaos.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kate Vale

    Classic Macomber, this short novel finds Shelly Griffin on a plane that is detoured to Portland, along with other passengers, including one Slade Garner. She's on her way home to spend Christmas with her father. He's on his way to secure some kind of business proposition. But, snow has a way to halting flights, so they end up sharing a rental car to her place where still more snow keeps them together for days, including Christmas Eve. But after they cut down a tree and get to know each other a bi Classic Macomber, this short novel finds Shelly Griffin on a plane that is detoured to Portland, along with other passengers, including one Slade Garner. She's on her way home to spend Christmas with her father. He's on his way to secure some kind of business proposition. But, snow has a way to halting flights, so they end up sharing a rental car to her place where still more snow keeps them together for days, including Christmas Eve. But after they cut down a tree and get to know each other a bit better, Slade leaves for his meeting and Shelly returns to her job in San Francisco, only to receive not one, not two, but three dozen roses and the man himself, who has changed his life course as a result of their meeting. Will he be able to convince Shelly to accompany him? Read it for yourself.

  10. 5 out of 5

    D. Thrush

    Shelly and Slade don’t know each other, but when their plane is diverted due to a storm, they end up sharing the last rental car from Portland to the Seattle area. They have nothing in common and Slade is engaged. First, why would they drive in a snowstorm? Second, this is very cliché and predictable. This isn’t a convincing romance. This novella was originally published in 1986. Maybe Macomber’s later books got better.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lis Sigona

    On another week of so much stress, between COVID-19, protests, police brutality, George Floyd’s funeral (s), tweets, lawmakers silence, and on and on... this a breath a fresh air - no pun intended... it gives you hope, it gives you inspiration, it gives you two different views of lifestyles, it gives you unrequited love, and then going for the brass ring of your dreams. Never give up and never quit. Reach for the moon, if you should miss you’ll will land among the stars...

  12. 5 out of 5

    Leslie Lamb

    Shelly is on her way home to see her Dad for Christmas. Because of the weather, her flight is delayed. There is one car available to take her to her Dad's house. The only problem is that Slade, a man from the same airplane trip, wants the use of the car too. Two complete strangers come together and fall madly in love after 2 days. You know- the usual.😆

  13. 5 out of 5

    East Gwillimbury

    Christina is a young professional who runs a Toy store in Nantucket, she is longing for a husband and children, but never seems to meet the right guy for her. She is all alone in the world, having both her parents die within the year. Then she meets Andy and can't believe her good luck. Will Christina and Andy find their perfect life together?

  14. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    Sweet story This was a very quick read. Shelly and Slade meet while traveling. Due to bad weather they end up sharing a rental car and slowly get to know each other. Yes, Slade is engaged, but getting to know Shelly and spending time with her and her father makes him realize his carefully planned future isn’t what he wants anymore. He wants to follow his dreams and his heart.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    I've been overdosing on Christmas movies on Hallmark, Lifetime, UPN, etc this month, so I decided to get in some holiday reading as well. Perhaps this book was abridged by editors, because it just seems to disjointed. Debbie's Cedar Cove and Blossom Street are far better.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Gianna

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. sorry everything in this book just doesnt matter bc he was ENGAGED. I get it. his fiance is bleh and Shelley is not. Shelley makes him realize he isn't happy. but considering this book takes place over 2 days (excluding the end) I thought these were some insanely intense feelings

  17. 5 out of 5

    Michaela

    Three adorable romances for the holiday season. I definitely feel more Christmassy after these stories and a little romance is always a good idea around Christmas time. Though I like a little more to the story then just romance these were quite wonderful to read.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Judith And

    An extremely short read, nice on a winter day to stay inside and curl up with a cup of hot chocolate. Feel-good holiday story. In my opinion, too short to really care about the characters. Predicable warm ending.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jelli

    This was really more like a short story. It was too similar to Dashing through the Snow which for me had the more engaging characters, plot, dialogue etc.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Lorna Corcoran

    Beautiful story. Really short but really enjoyable and heartfelt.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Holly Guptill-Symonds

    Short and sweet. Rallied inside for the 2 love interests to make it! Romantic. ❤️

  22. 4 out of 5

    Shana

    more like 3.5. I really liked the first two stories, the last one didn't grab me as much, so that brought the rating down.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Shelle

    A very good quick read with 3 very addictive stories around the festive period.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Terry

    Very disappointing! The story wasn’t developed enough. It was a love story crammed into as few pages as possible.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    Cute Christmas story! Only 100ish pages, so it was quick & seemed a little rushed, but I enjoyed it! Cute Christmas story! Only 100ish pages, so it was quick & seemed a little rushed, but I enjoyed it!

  26. 5 out of 5

    J

    Romanticized cheating 🙄

  27. 4 out of 5

    Smaar

    A good story , however it’s very very brief and the ending is quick and abrupt

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lori

    Sweet story. If you like hallmark movies, you will like this book. Short and quick read. The relationship between the daughter (main character) and her dad is written well.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    Not normally a genre I tend to read, but I couldn’t put this book down - sweet, predictable and snowy.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Cecly

    A shorter version of Dashing Thru the Snow

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