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Christmas at Snowflake Lodge
Plumber Jessica Lemond is determined not to follow in her parents footsteps by living off her famous grandfather’s fortune. However, when the old timer himself elopes to Scotland with suspicions over the recent death of his much younger third wife hanging over his head and a private detective on his tail, it is left to Jessica to follow and clear up the mess. Happy to escape from her nightmarish lodger Doreen, she heads to the remote Snowflake Lodge with her young trainee Kirsten in tow.
However, Snowflake Lodge – with its oddball staff and very dodgy plumbing – is not how it appears in the brochure. Among the beautiful Scottish scenery, and with more hot chocolate and mince pies than she can possibly handle, can Jessica find something she didn’t even know she was looking for?
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Author Bio – CP Ward is an author from the UK who currently lives and works in Japan. For more information, please visit http://www.amillionmilesfromanywhere.net/cp-ward.html
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Jessica Lemond may be the grand-daughter of a legendary performer, but she is determined to earn her own way in the world. Her parents enjoy spending the wealth that the star earned, but not Jessica. She’s a plumber and shares rent with a despicable character, Doreen. Doreen’s complete existence seems to be torturing Jessica at every turn, all the while destroying their flat.
When Jessica’s parents beg her to keep watch over the grandfather, she finds the perfect way to do that. Since the elder Lemond is spending the holidays at the Snowflake Lodge in Scotland, she would have to go there. Then, she finds that she can take a winter job there as the plumber. This is great for her and she also gets to escape Doreen.
Getting to this remote lodge in the deep winter snow isn’t so easy. She takes along her plumber trainee, Kirsten and they head to the lodge on a motorcycle with sidecar. This isn’t the best way to travel, but they end up being rescued by the handsome James and his reindeer.
This book is filled with humor and plenty of holiday festivity. There are so many fun characters in this book! The grandfather is a skirt chaser and Jessica can barely keep up with him as he is always on an adventure in the snow. Jessica is such a hard worker and ends up with the opportunity to create her own wealth, but what will her future be?
I give this book a PG rating for some bad language and mature situations. The romance itself is clean.