Christmas Scavenger Hunt Round Robin: Snowflake Sweethearts

Hi Friends and Merry Christmas! Welcome to our Christmas Round-Robin Scavenger Hunt! At each author’s blog post, you will find a question that can be answered by checking out the free Amazon preview (“Look Inside feature”) of their book. Provide the answer to each question on this Google Form. Note: You must answer the question for every author in the round-robin to be in the running to win one of three great prizes: 1st Place $300 Amazon Gift Card, 2nd Place $150 Amazon Gift Card, 3rd Place $75 Amazon Gift Card. At the end of my post is a link to the next blog, who will provide a link to the next blog, etc., so you can visit all 26 stops on the Scavenger Hunt.

I’m excited to tell you about my book Snowflake Sweethearts. This is the third book in the Bayside Treasures Series, but it can be read as a stand alone novel even if you haven’t read Seeking His Love and A Man To Trust.

Annie Romano has her heart set on starting her own business as a personal chef when she returns to Fairhaven, Washington, with her young daughter Emma. But her business gets off to a slow start, and she must search for a part-time job to help make ends meet. When her former employer and bakery-owner, Irene Jameson, has a health crisis and needs a live-in caregiver, Irene’s grandson offers Annie the job. Motivated by her love for Irene, Annie puts aside her own plans and moves in to care for Irene.

Consumed by his work as marking director for a hotel chain and haunted bymemories of the accident that took the life of his parents and brother, Alex Jameson only plans to stay in Fairhaven until issues with his grandmother’s care and the future of her struggling bakery are settled. He doesn’t seem to realize how much he needs faith, family, or love. But the deeper meaning of the Christmas season, his grandmother and her matchmaking friends, and one fatherless little girl all start pulling at his heartstrings . . . just in time for Annie and Alex to enjoy a very special Christmas.

Time to hunt for the answer to this question: What type of bakery treat was Annie’s favorite when she was a teen?  Go to the Snowflake Sweetheart book page on Amazon at this link.  When you have the answer, fill out this form, and head on to the next blog!

The next author on the Scavenger Hunt is Pam Harris. She’ll be telling you about her novel, Smoky Mountain Brides. Visit her blog at this link. Remember that the round-robin will end on December 16th at 11:59 PM EST!

Thank you so much for visiting! 

Carrie

16 thoughts on “Christmas Scavenger Hunt Round Robin: Snowflake Sweethearts

    • Hi Betsy, I hid your answer. If you want to enter the giveaway, please go to the link above to fill out the google answer form. That’s how you’ll be in the running to win one of the prizes. Thanks.

  1. I feel stupid but went to the link on the first two stops, read the blurb 3 times, but could not find an answer to the posted question. Not even going to try any more stops, don’t know what I’m doing wrong but I give up!

    • Hi Kathy, I’m sorry we did not make the directions more clear. You need to go to Amazon book page and click on the “look inside” feature right above the cover, not the book blurb description. You’ll find the answer to the questions in the first page or two of that preview of the book. I hope you’ll try again.

  2. What link? This is so hard to understand. Are we to copy and paste the next link? Where is the form? I can’t find it? This is the worst scavenger hunt I have ever done.

    • Hi Audrey, I’m sorry you’ve had a difficult time following the scavenger hunt. The link to the Amazon book page and the link to the Google answer form are highlighted in blue in my post. If you’re using a phone it might be more challenging to see it. But I think if you enlarge the type you’ll be able to see the blue highlighted links. Blessings, Carrie

  3. Completed and submitted form. Thank you for this remarkable chance. So many incredible books and such talented authors. My TBR is definitely full now. What a blessing it would be to help on Christmas for my kids.

  4. Thank you for the explanation; I’m not real savvy and didn’t even know you could get the sample read of the books on the Amazon page. All I had read was go to the link, I think it was finally explained in the 4th or 5th stop. But I had already read your answer. Again, thanks for helping this old lady out! 😊

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