Catch a Falling Snowflake by Ava Kelly

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emotional hopeful inspiring lighthearted relaxing medium-paced
  • Plot- or character-driven? Character
  • Loveable characters? Yes
  • Diverse cast of characters? Yes


I love this series ^.^

queer found family holiday feel good vibes.

sambooka23's review

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This was a good short story which I read in the one sitting, it only took me a couple of hours. I haven't ever read an LGBTQ+ book before and some of the trigger warnings as noted by the author was very sensitive and hard to think about but overall, really good read.

marreadsbooks22's review

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2.5 stars

If you're looking for a cute Christmas book. This is not it. This one was hard to review for me because although it wasn't a bad book, there was just so much angst and drama that sometimes felt unnecessary... oh my God it was too much. That plus the fact that it felt messy with no chapters and I sometimes didn't know who's pov I was reading, made me not enjoy this.
There is also the fact that I didn't really like the main characters. I didn't find them appealing, didn't buy they were in love or why would they be in love. And because the author said things instead of showing them things got lost in the plot. I just... I didn't like it. Maybe with a better structure or editing this could be more enjoyable.

Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for the chance to read this book in exchange for an honest review.

tanouska's review

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I liked the way this book shows that there are multiple ways to form a family, in many forms. I also enjoyed how it wove the winter stormy theme of the other parts of the series into it, without getting repetitious.

minervacerridwen's review

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emotional hopeful lighthearted relaxing


 A wonderful conclusion to the series! The little details in the writing make everything feel more real, the recap at the beginning was done in such a clever way, and then there were all the fun moments with the kids and the warm fuzzies. I beta-read this book in early October but was completely in the mood for Christmas by the time I'd finished the story!