It should be easy enough. Savanna Holt only needs to deliver her best friend’s little girl to her grandparents at Evergreen Ridge Resort, the ski resort Savanna once worked at. Sure it will bring back memories of the stupidest thing she ever did, but she’ll be driving back down the mountain in just a few hours for her own Christmas celebration.
Until she sees Luke Nelson. Who knew he’d worked his way up from lift operator to resort manager? She can’t blame him from turning away from her now as she did from him four years before. When a blizzard closes the road out of the ski resort, Savanna believes God has given her another chance at the love of her life, if only he’d see it. But what about when her dream job comes in between…again?
Savanna’s Gift is a beautifully written novella about second chances. The ski resort is so real I feel I’ve spent time there, helping decorate the tree and entertaining the snowed-in skiers. I also loved the characters and found them well-drawn.
Having written a novella myself, I know how hard it is to get a complete, satisfying story into such a short word count. This little ebook is one you won’t want to miss, as it’s on for only $1.00 for the month of December. It’s a steal for a feel-good read!
Camille Eide writes contemporary romance and romantic women’s fiction. She lives in Oregon with her husband and is mom to three brilliant college-age kids. She’s grateful for the amazing grace of God, and either in spite of or thanks to that grace, she has a PhD in Learning Stuff the Hard Way. She’s also a church secretary, a bassist, and a passably devoted fan of classic rock, muscle cars, and Jane Austen.
I received an e-copy of this novella for the purposes of review. No one made me say nice things about it!
Jessica Nelson says
So exciting! I actually haven’t read it yet but I’ve read other work by Camille to know that this story will rock. Thanks for the review! I didn’t even realize there was a little girl. I guess I’d better get to reading. lol
Thanks for coming by, Jessica! Yep, you better get reading. It won’t take you long. Camille did a great job.