by Kristen McKanagh
Publication Date September 28, 2021
Published by Kensington Books
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Genres: Fiction / Family Life / General, Fiction / Romance / Clean & Wholesome, Fiction / Women
Snowball, that lovable bundle of feline fluff readers first met as a kitten in Snowball’s Christmas, is all grown up. And now that she has her forever home at a cozy B&B, she’s determined to orchestrate a forever love match, just in time for the holidays . . .
Snowball takes her job as the “official kitty” at the Victorian B&B Inn, Weber Haus, very seriously. Greeting guests and keeping tabs on them is a full-time feline job, after all. However, being nice to Daniel Aarons is not on her to-do list. The handsome construction manager almost messed up her forever family, and she isn’t about to forgive him anytime soon . . .
But then someone new arrives at Weber Haus. Her name is Sophie Heidt—and she’s the B&B’s new manager. When Snowball goes missing on Sophie’s first day, Daniel, in charge of the new hotel wing, comes to her rescue by getting the cat to do what she does best: attack him.
It doesn’t take long for Snowball’s animal instincts to reveal that Daniel and Sophie are meant to be together. Unfortunately, Daniel keeps making a mess of things. It’s going to take some special insight and holiday cheer to bring them together. But if anyone can do it, Snowball can—even if she has to tolerate turtle doves, French hens, calling birds, and other fur-raising human traditions . . .
The Twelve Days of Snowball by Kristen McKanagh is the second book in the Snowball series by Kristen McKanagh. This adorable holiday-themed book put me in the mood for the holidays. The star of the book is an adorable fluffy cat named snowball and how she helps the humans in her life find love.
Snowball is the official cat of the Weber House Bed and Breakfast Inn and is also the official matchmaker of the inn! When Sophie Heidt arrives at the inn as the new manager, Snowball, welcomes her by escaping into the yard, climbs a tree, and eventually has to be rescued by Daniel, the hot construction manager for the new wing of the Inn.
Eventually, Snowball realizes the Sophie and Daniel are meant to be together and she works to get them together. Sophie and Daniel don’t care for each other at first, so Snowball has her work cut out for her.
Like Snowball, The Twelve Days of Snowball is light, fluffy, and adorable. It’s a quick read that flows predictably through the holiday season as Daniel and Sophie move from enemies to love.
I recommend this book to anyone looking for a cheerful holiday book. I received a complimentary copy of this book. The opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.