Snow in Love (Point)

Snow in Love (Point)

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What's better than one deliciously cozy, swoon-worthy holiday story?

Four of them, from some of today's bestselling authors.

From KASIE WEST, a snowy road trip takes an unexpected detour when secrets and crushes are revealed.

From AIMEE FRIEDMAN, a Hanukkah miracle may just happen when a Jewish girl working as a department store elf finds love.

From MELISSA DE LA CRUZ, Christmas Eve gets a plot twist when a high school couple exchange surprising presents.

From NIC STONE, a scavenger hunt amid the holiday crowds at an airport turns totally romantic.

So grab a mug of hot cocoa, snuggle up, and get ready to fall in love...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781338310191
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date: 10/30/2018
Sold by: Scholastic, Inc.
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 256
Sales rank: 410,992
File size: 29 MB
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Age Range: 12 - 18 Years

About the Author

Aimee Friedman is the New York Times bestselling author of Two Summers, Sea Change, The Year My Sister Got Lucky, South Beach, and more. Born and raised in Queens, Aimee now lives in Manhattan.

Melissa de la Cruz is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of many critically acclaimed and award-winning novels for readers of all ages, including her most recent hits: Disney’s Descendants series; the Blue Bloods series; the Witches of East End series (which was adapted into a two-season television drama on Lifetime); Alex & Eliza: A Love Story; Something in Between; and Pride and Prejudice and Mistletoe. Melissa is the co-director of YALLFest (Charleston, South Carolina) and the co-founder of YALLWest (Santa Monica, California). She grew up in Manila and she now lives in West Hollywood, California, with her husband and daughter. Learn more at

Kasie West is the author of several YA novels, including The Fill-in Boyfriend, P.S. I Like You, Lucky in Love, and Listen to Your Heart. Her books have been named as ALA Quick Picks for Reluctant Readers and as YALSA Best Books for Young Adults. Kasie lives in Fresno, California, with her family, and you can visit her online at

Nic Stone is the New York Times bestselling author of the novels Dear Martin and Odd One Out. She was born and raised in a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia, and the only thing she loves more than an adventure is a good story about one. After graduating from Spelman College, she worked extensively in teen mentoring and lived in Israel for a few years before returning to the US to write full-time. Growing up with a wide range of cultures, religions, and backgrounds, she strives to bring these diverse voices and stories to her work. Learn more at

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Snow in Love (Point Paperbacks) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Take_Me_AwayPH More than 1 year ago
I wanted to wait closer to Christmas to read this, but for some reason the holidays always bring out a contemp romance feeling in me so I "accidentally" picked this one up lol And not to be cliche or anything, but I'm so glad I did! This was EXACTLY what I needed at this time. Snow and Mistletoe by Kasie West was one of my favorites. It was completely sweet and set the tone for the rest of the book. It completely obliterated my reasoning for not being a huge fan of anthologies because short stories never really feel complete. This one definitely did like its own story all on its own. As for the characters, I loved all of them. They were all so fun and so interacted so well with each other. The romance itself was super swoony and I really enjoyed seeing them get together. In Aimee Friedman's Working in a Winter Wonderland, I really enjoyed this one too. It definitely felt more real than the first story. A real girl, trying to get money so she can buy this one amazing thing so this one amazing boy will follow. And then things don't exactly happen as she thinks they will. This was filled with so much holiday realness and magic and I actually enjoyed this one a lot more than I expected. (I've never read anything by Friedman before so I was a little skeptical.) It didn't go in the way that I expected, and I think that's what I enjoyed most about it. In Melissa de la Cruz's The Magi's Gifts, I wasn't really that into it. Being honest, it reminded me of the Disney show, Mickey and Minnie's The Gift of the Magic. This was a nice retelling of the O. Henry story, but I just didn't find it worked with teens. I just can't see a teen boy selling what he did in the story. I know that's the point, but ehh, it just didn't work for me. As for Nic Stone's Grounded, I really liked this one. It was fun and wasn't overly "Christmas-y" and I think that's what I loved most about it. It was around the holidays, but it could be enjoyed at any time. I really loved so versatile it was. And also that scavenger hunt was super legit lol Her clues were SO. GOOD. I kept thinking of it in Nic Stone's voice as she's rapping it lol It was pretty awesome. Overall this anthology was just what I needed. It really scratched my itch for multiple things I've been wanting to read. I'm glad I didn't wait to read this any longer than I did. These authors and their work actually worked really well together for a nice sweet read that I really enjoyed.
JillJemmett More than 1 year ago
I loved this collection of holiday love stories. I will talk about each of the four stories for my review. Snow and Mistletoe: In this story, Amalie goes on a road trip to get home for Christmas with some other students from her school. They weren’t friends before they met at a snowed in airport in Colorado, but they formed a relationship after being trapped in a car together for the ride to California. Working in a Winter Wonderland: Maxine get a job at a department store so she can buy a dress for her best friend’s New Year’s Eve party. She finds love in an unexpected place. The Magi’s Gifts: Kelsey struggles to fit in with her wealthy friends. She wants to buy her boyfriend the best Christmas gift, so she has to make some sacrifices. Grounded: Leigh is grounded in Atlanta so she can’t travel to Florida to spend the holidays with family friends. She meets an old friend, Harper, in the airport and they become reacquainted with an I Spy/Scavenger Hunt game. Even though these were all short stories, the characters were well developed. I felt like I knew them by the end of the stories. The endings were predictable but they were such warm endings, which spoke to the holiday spirit of the stories. I highly recommend this book for some festive teen romances!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Absolutely delightful. All four stories were fun, sweet, swoony reads. Loved the inclusion of diverse holiday experiences. Perfect for getting in the holiday spirit (or de-stressing during the holidays!)