Dashing Through the Snow

Dashing Through the Snow

A Christmas Novel

Book - 2015
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Ashley Davison, a graduate student in California, desperately wants to spend the holidays with her family in Seattle. Dashiell Sutherland, a former army intelligence officer, has a job interview in Seattle and must arrive by December 23. Though frantic to book a last-minute flight out of San Francisco, both are out of luck: Every flight is full, and there's only one rental car available. Ashley and Dash reluctantly decide to share the car, but neither anticipates the wild ride ahead.--Dust jacket.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, [2015]
Edition: First edition.
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9780553391695
0553391690
Branch Call Number: FIC MACOMBER, DEBBIE
Characteristics: 244 pages ; 20 cm

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AL_PAMR Dec 19, 2016

This was a great Christmas book. It was a quick read and very funny. Imagine two people sharing a car (the last rental car) to drive to Seattle for the holiday. They are both wanting to get to their destination as soon as possible. They have a wild ride and get to know each other in the closeness of the car ride. Good book and very uplifting!

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MelissaYAReader
Dec 13, 2016

This is a lighthearted romance. Ashley wants to spend the holidays with her widowed mom and is determined to get there even if she has to travel with a grump like Dash. Dash just wants to get to his job interview. Neither are prepared for the trouble that ensues. This book is a fun Christmas read for the romance lover. The characters are likable and at times the situations can be laugh out loud funny. It may strain credulity at times, but it is a fun read.

Raynpetal Jun 15, 2016

Dash and Ashley find themselves unexpectedly pulled together during Christmas.
This book was a cute read for those wanting to get into a book and get it finished in short order- it was short and sweet.

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1_Great_Book
Dec 31, 2015

Having never read Debbie Macomber, I have no prejudice against earlier novels. This is quite a fabricated story, but then holiday travel interruptions always are a bit dramatic. This just carries the theme a bit to the extreme, with larger than life characters. Watch out for Blade and you will adore Little Blade! I think the name Dash quite suits the hero of the story, and he lives up to our expectations of good behaviour, though we know he sure doesn't always feel like doing the right thing. This book will keep you calm throughout your holiday travels, complicated though they may be.

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thebritlass
Oct 30, 2015

Hard to read. Characters unappealing. Plot absurd.

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mjk236sb
Oct 11, 2015

I have read and enjoyed other of Debbie Macomber's novels, and as such never expect an involved character driven book. However I thought this was contrived and rather lame. The story line regarding the mistaken identity of Ashley was a little unbelievable as it developed and ended. Also found it interesting that since the synopsis of this book was written the name of the made male character was changed from Kevin to "Dash" a little over the top even for her. Glad it was only a small book. Disappointed in this story.

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caj1222204441801
Oct 08, 2015

Very cute and enjoyable. It was inspiring as well. Enjoyed it.

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