Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Whether you're planning on spending most of your time on the slopes, twirling around the ice rink or strolling through the snow, you'll surely have a few hours for one of the other delightful activities of a ski vacation: reading. Imagine yourself curled up by the fire, steaming hot chocolate in one hand and a book or ereader in the other. Yes, you can definitely get used to this, especially after a day in the icy outdoors!

So what books should you choose to warm you up or give you an extra chill? We've got a few suggestions...

Cover of Snow
by Jenny Milchman

Winter, a farmhouse, the Adirondack Mountains of New York… and secrets to be discovered. This thriller, winner of The Mary Higgins Clark Award, will keep you glued to your seat.

The Good Girl
by Mary Kubica

One of our favorite thrillers, The Good Girl will chill you with more than its wintry setting. The story of a kidnapping that doesn’t quite go according to plan, a family ripped apart and a world in which nothing is as it seems.

One Perfect Night
by Bella Andre

Time for some steam and you’ve got it with this book! When Noah Bryant meets Colbie Michaels on top of a snowy mountain, sparks fly—but Colbie panics and disappears without a trace. Will Noah find her again and convince her they are meant to be together?

Royal Date
by Sariah Wilson

Warm your heart with this one... A sweet story with a young woman, a prince, a mountainside meeting and the question of "to kiss or not to kiss." A feel good story to wrap up your ski trip with a smile.