Dashing Through the Snow

Dashing Through the Snow Savor the magic of the season with New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber s newest Christmas novel filled with warmth humor the promise of love and a dash of unexpected adventure Ashl

  • Title: Dashing Through the Snow
  • Author: Debbie Macomber
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  • Page: 238
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  • Savor the magic of the season with 1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber s newest Christmas novel, filled with warmth, humor, the promise of love, and a dash of unexpected adventure.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, hasSavor the magic of the season with 1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber s newest Christmas novel, filled with warmth, humor, the promise of love, and a dash of unexpected adventure.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.At first they drive in silence, but forced into close quarters Ashley and Dash can t help but open up Not only do they find they have a lot in common, but there s even a spark of romance in the air Their feelings catch them off guard never before has either been so excited about a first meeting But the two are in for twists and turns along the way as they rescue a lost puppy, run into petty thieves, and even get caught up in a case of mistaken identity Though Ashley and Dash may never reach Seattle in time for Christmas, the season is still full of surprises and their greatest wishes may yet come true.

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    About “Debbie Macomber

    • Debbie Macomber

      Debbie Macomber is a 1 New York Times bestselling author and one of today s most popular writers with than 200 million copies of her books in print worldwide In her novels, Macomber brings to life compelling relationships that embrace family and enduring friendships, uplifting her readers with stories of connection and hope Macomber s novels have spent over 1,000 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list Thirteen of these novels hit the number one spot.In 2017, Macomber s all new hardcover publications include If Not for You March , Any Dream Will Do August , and Merry and Bright October In addition to fiction, Macomber has also published two bestselling cookbooks, an adult coloring book, numerous inspirational and nonfiction works, and two acclaimed children s books.Celebrated as the official storyteller of Christmas , Macomber s annual Christmas books are beloved and five have been crafted into original Hallmark Channel movies Macomber is also the author of the bestselling Cedar Cove Series which the Hallmark Channel chose as the basis for its first dramatic scripted television series Debuting in 2013, Debbie Macomber s Cedar Cove was a ratings favorite for three seasons.Macomber owns The Grey House Caf , which also features a gift shop and a Hallmark Gold Crown store inside It is located in the Village Square campus, which also serves as Debbie s corporate headquarters.She serves on the Guideposts National Advisory Cabinet, is a YFC National Ambassador, and is World Vision s international spokesperson for their Knit for Kids charity initiative A devoted grandmother, Debbie and Wayne live in Port Orchard, Washington, the town which inspired the Cedar Cove series.

    674 thoughts on “Dashing Through the Snow

    • 1 - Errrr. Star.DNF @ 55%I really am at a loss as to find anything positive to say about this book. Debbie Macomber is a huge, huge author, with dozens and dozens of books to her name, and to be honest I was expecting Dashing Through The Snow to be one of my Christmas hits in the reading department, this was so much of a miss it is not even funny. To be honest I am actually struggling to believe that this book has been written by this author. I was expecting a heart-warming story-line, likeable [...]


    • melissa413readsalotThis was a sweet little Christmas read :) Dash and Ashley are both trying to get to Seattle before Christmas, yet both of them wait until the last moment to try to get a plane. We all know there is not flights available so after some arguing they decide to share the last rental car and drive from San Francisco area to Seattle. Dash has an interview he has to make on the 23rd and Ash just wants to get home and see her mom for Christmas. They run into issues along the way. Dash [...]


    • Debbie Macomber is an author who has been on my radar for some time now. One I have been meaning to check out but never got round to until now but on the strength of this read I don’t know whether I would bother again.When the airlines are fully booked up before Christmas, Ash and Dash (yes, really) are forced to share a hire car to drive from San Francisco to Seattle in this road trip story that is a quick, light, easy read. We know exactly what is going to happen from the first moment they m [...]


    • 3.5/5 This review can also be found on my blog, Dana and the Books.Those who know me well are aware that I’m not big on Christmas cheer; some go as far to call me a Grinch.Why the hell is she reading a Christmas novel, you ask? The reason I requested Dashing Through the Snow book from NetGalley was not because it was a Christmas story, but because the plot looked like fun and cute (and it just so happened to take place during Christmas).And I was right. It was one of those stories that you nee [...]


    • This is my favorite Hallmark Christmas movie, but I honestly thought the whole book was pretty dull. I really did want to love it! The plots are basically the same, yet the book was somehow missing all of the personality, witty banter, adorable moments, and Christmas cheer of the movie. It's just a very bland read. I think it would still be good if you're looking for something to put you to sleep, though! (And I say that in all seriousness because I did appreciate that aspect).


    • Macomber had me in stitches throughout this entire novel! It was priceless to the n-th degree. The plot was unforgettable. The story that she has created not only bought the hectic vibe of the season to life, but she took me on an unmistakable journey. The plot twists and turns had me wondering how it would all turn out. She has developed a fantastic world in which characters come to life and adventure abounds, even if it is an unexpected one.The relationship between the main characters was hila [...]


    • Another audio book that I have read through overdrive, I am in a roll with audio books. But this is actually the first book that I have read by Debbie Macomber. And it definitely won't be my last Macomber book that I will read. This was such an fun and adorable book for me. I really wanted too read at least one Christmas book for the holiday. So I check out on overdrive on there holiday books and I come up with Dashing Through The Snow. When I first read the synopsis it sounded so much like a mo [...]


    • When I was in elementary school, I thought I was a great writer so I wrote stories for my teachers and parents. If I read any of those stories today, I would be embarrassed. However, this book is so much worse than anything I ever wrote. I don't believe Debbie Macomber wrote this. I think her ghost writer needs to get fired for writing this book. This is one of the worst books I've read in years. I usually rate books pretty high. The characters were one dimensional. The big conflict of the book [...]


    • I don’t generally read romance novels. Let’s get that right out of the way. I read many genres, but my knowledge of romance novels is confined to a bodice-ripper I read when I was 16, and more recently, a collection of Amish romance stories (I liked these a lot better than the bodice-ripper, but I’m still not convinced romances are for me).But I was in the mood for holiday fiction, and my mom is a diehard romance fan. Not the x-rated stuff, but the cozy romance books, like this one. I’m [...]


    • 3.5 Overall, cute and funny. I could have did without the five instances of cussing and four/five mentions of things that I didn't care to hear about Due to that, I think I liked the movie better. ;)


    • It was a nice story about a road trip Christmas adventure but I found the main character Ashley to be young and silly. The guy Dash did not come off as wonderful as she thought he was. Still if another book is written to see where they go from here I will invest the time to read it, just to see if she matures more.


    • Debbie Macomber is back with this lovely Christmas story! I love Ashley and Dash. This book will make you laugh out loud a lot and draw you in from the very first page!! I had a hard time putting this book down. This will soon be a movie on the Hallmark Channel and I can't wait to watch it!


    • Dnf. This is not your typical Debbie Macomber Hallmark type Christmas book. Main characters are not to my liking and the FBI is after them. Just not enjoying it :(


    • Dashing Through the Snow by Debbie Macomber is another light, enjoyable, holiday read to dive into this Christmas season. It’s quick, easy to breeze through, and filled with light adventure.Ashley Davison is hoping to get from San Francisco to Seattle in time to surprise her mother for Christmas. When she arrives at the airport there are no flights available, and in her desperate situation she agrees to share a ride with Dashiell Sutherland who is also on his way up north for a job interview. [...]


    • *I got an ARC from NetgalleyI had only read one more book from Debbie Macomber before this and that was Last One Home. I read it last year and I found it okay. It was fine enough to make me pick another book from this author. Hence, this book!CoverThis book is set in Christmas and the cover perfectly depicts this theme. And the cover is really beautiful!PlotAshley Davison wants to spend her Christmas with her mother and hence, desperately wants to reach Seattle.Dashiell Sutherland needs to be in [...]


    • Ashley Davison finds herself in quite the predicament. The clerk at the airline counter won't sell her a plane ticket to Seattle to surprise her mom for Christmas, and she is too young to rent a car. But salvation comes in the form of ex-soldier Dash Sutherland. Who was trying to convince Ashley to let him ride with her, since it was the very last car and they were both going to Seattle, but Ashley refused until she was told she wasn't old enough to get a rental. Then she changed her tune and fo [...]


    • A bit of Merry Mayhem . . . in a most absurdly serendipitous, romantically improbable, gotta-get-home-for-the-holidays, totally overdone, sugary sweet, Chick-Lit-cute way. During the hustle and bustle of the holidays, sometimes that's exactly what you need. A bit of absurd fun. THREE *** Tis the Season for Sugarplum Serendipity and Chick-Lit Cheer *** STARS



    • The story starts with a message from Debbie Macomber herself on how the story first came to fruition and it made me chuckle.Ashley Davidson is a graduate student in California and a rare opportunity comes along allowing her to spend the holidays with her mother. Unfortunately, she cannot get a flight. No worries, she will just rent a car and drive home. When she gets to the checkout, she discovers there is only one vehicle left. Hooray! The man behind her Dashiell Sutherland a former army intell [...]


    • This was my first time reading a book by Debbie Macomber. Unfortunately, I wasn't very impressed with this one. The romance centers around Dash and Ash (yes, those are their names), two holiday travelers and strangers trying to get from San Francisco to Seattle. When neither is able to get a flight, they are forced to share a rental car to drive to Seattle. The novel was too sugary sweet for me and predictable, and the FBI pursuit was a little silly in terms of execution.On a positive note, this [...]


    • I always look for Debbie Macomber's Christmas books to get me in the holiday spirit! Last year's "Mr. Miracle" was a disappointment but I wanted to give this prolific author another chance. Dashing Through the Snow is a timely and fun holiday read. I loved the unfolding story of Ashley and Dash and the puppy "Little Blade" who unexpectedly joins their homeward quest. If you love stories of "love at first sight", sprinkled with snow and heartwarming mothers who want the best for their children, g [...]


    • Ashley, a graduate student, needs to find transportation home. She wants to surprise her mom for Christmas. When she meets Dash, a good-looking man at the airport, they are “forced” to rent the last car on the lot to drive to Seattle. The chemistry between these two strangers is strong, too strong for them to ignore. Overall, I thought this book was extremely light reading, not too heavy story line. If you like Christmas books with a light plot, then you should give this one a try. - See mor [...]


    • This is one I actually regret reading, which is rare for me. Dumb characters, idiotic plote only thing going for it was the puppy. And the way the characters treated that poor puppy made me crazy!


    • 2.5 rounded up. I chose this book because it was available immediately on overdrive and the subject was about Christmas. The book was pleasant enough, but didn't make me long for Christmas or put me more in the holiday spirit. It was easy to listen to while doing household work.


    • I just love Christmas books and this one was no different. I loved that it was light and funny as well as having some crazy situations.


    • I seriously don't follow the holidays or seasons when it comes to reading. I needed a little snow in my very hot July! This was a cute love story and I enjoyed the holiday aspect of it. To be completely honest though, I never really connected with any of the characters and the story felt a little cheesy to me and very predictable.Bottom Line: If you are looking for a light holiday read, this might fit the bill. It wasn't my favorite though.Rating: 2.5/5


    • 2.5 starsThis is not my first Macomber -- I read her Harlequin books years ago! -- but definitely the first after so many years. I'm starting to see those holiday books around this time of year (their covers are always so pretty!) and I feel like I'm up for something light and Christmas-y plus this book promised road trip. Well, in that sense I thought this book did have it. It was light -- two stranger forced into sharing a car trip to Seattle in time for Christmas. Some of the banters were nic [...]


    • This book made me smile. It was a quick Christmas read that will be turned into a Hallmark movie.Ashley is wanting to fly to Seattle to surprise her mom for Christmas. But someone with her same name is on the do not fly list and therefore she can't fly. She goes to rent a car and isn't able to because she is under 25 but the man behind her (the same man that was behind her at the airline ticket counter) rents the car and agrees to share it with Ashley. The story that unfolds as they drive from S [...]


    • This was a super-light novella that marked the start of my holiday reading. My disbelief was suspended until almost the end when I just couldn't buy into the outcome. I know, it's a Christmas story, so it will end happily. But it goes from the characters being in a really bad situation to everything ending up rosy literally overnight. Yup, I couldn't buy into that. But heck, it's a Christmas story and a pick despite its faults.


    • First sentence: "What? Are you kidding?" Ashley Davison couldn't believe what she was hearing.Favorite quote: Her father used to say that snow came from angels scattering dust from the sky.These books are always such a joy to read. Simple, happy endings, makes me feel good inside to read them. And, starts the Christmas spirit. I look forward to the movie later this year on Hallmark.


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