Snowfall at Willow Lake (The Lakeshore Chronicles Book 4) by Susan Wiggs

Snowfall at Willow Lake

This is my favorite so far, from the Lakeside Chronicles. I very much enjoyed the character of Sophie. Brave, strong and completely unaware of how much of both emotions she has.  Noah is lovable, affable and has his own strength – his compassion and heart.

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