The Snowflake Valley Advice Fairy

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Love cute Christmas stories and sweet holiday romances? From the author of Kindle Unlimited All-Star winner Sweet Hollow Women and cozy mystery Murder at Mistletoe Manor comes a festive novella that will warm your heart.

At just 25 years old, Elinor has landed the job of her dreams: She’s going to be Merry the Advice Fairy for the Snowflake Valley Gazette. She’s ecstatic that she’s about to embark on a fun, cushy career while living in the cutest, quaintest town she’s ever known.

She’s barely settled into her desk at work when that famous Snowflake Valley shimmer starts to fizzle. The real Snowflake Valley bears little resemblance to the picture postcard tourist destination she and her family loved when she was a child. Her new co-workers are uninspiring, to say the least, and the problems that people are submitting to the Gazette are much weightier than what she was expecting.

Losing faith in herself, Elinor considers cutting her losses and moving on. However, the attention of hot young reporter Nile might be enough to get her past her chilly start in Snowflake Valley, and back to seeing its charm once again.

This is a novella-length audiobook.

3 reviews for The Snowflake Valley Advice Fairy

  1. Nancy McDonald

    I really enjoyed this audio-book.
    Elinor always loved going to Snowflake Valley as a kid, so after graduating from college she is hired to be an newspaper advice writer not knowing what the job really entails…
    When she is confronted with the realities of the job she is blindsided and wants to quit but has to fulfill the obligations of her job before she can quit and while doing that she discovers that she indeed loves her new job
    she discovers that the stuffy reporter she had been warned about was actually quite nice and very cute and when he asked her out to dinner she gladly accepts, so in the addition of her new job will the possibility of a new romance also be in the air.

  2. Rellim

    This novella was my first listen from Holly Tierney-Bedord. At just under two hours it’s a quick listen with several moments of levity. Most of it revolving around Elinor’s adventures of settling in to life in Snowflake Valley and reading letters from townspeople seeking advice. It required a little suspension of reality (small town weekly advice columnist is not a full time job), letting that go it was a cute story. It will be best enjoyed by those understanding that the romance is a small percentage of the story.

    Jeannette Smith’s narration is perfect for the age of the main character and she does a good job of giving each of the townspeople their own unique sound.

  3. Patricia Reichardt

    When you are in need of a job, and the advice column for the local paper comes up, Elinor grabs a hold of it. After all, how hard can it be to give people advice? Not only is she living in the shadow of long time guidance giving Trudy, but the name change of the column also raised some eyebrows. Does she have enough experience to give help to those in need? This quirky listen is fun and witty. I loved the women cackling and the ghost of Trudy overseeing her. But the best was the advice she finally gave! It’s a good, comforting listen and Jeannette Smith does it justice.

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