When Destiny Morningstar gets blackmailed into spending her spring break in Snow Valley, the last thing she's looking for is a date, especially not with Adam and Chase Moon- two attractive and athletic brothers. But soon she finds herself tangled up in a dating spree that includes a flag football game, swinging around the barn dance, and hiking to Snow Valley's romantic hot springs with the town's most eligible bachelors. At every turn she's within kissing distance of one of the delectable Moon men. When she discovers she's been part of some bet fueled by sibling rivalry and overactive egos she has to make a decision- forgive them both or miss out on the best thing that's ever happened to her.
I decided it was time to take a trip back to Snow Valley and I was heading on a spring break trip so I decided this would be a perfect one to read since it took place in the same time of year. I wish I could visit Snow Valley in real life it sounds like such a cute place. Once again a Snow Valley novella did not disappoint. This was very well written about healing, forgiveness and finding trust. Destiny hadn't returned to Snow Valley since the death of her cousin/best friend so it was very hard for her to come back. After meeting Destiny the Moon brother's fight over her and take her on some fun romantic dates which make it quite confusing for her. It turned out to be exactly what she needed little did she know that her spring break would turn her world upside down and for the better. This is a sweet, cute and squeaky clean romance. I loved it!