View Full Version : Five Paw Prints for "Snow Drifter"

Amy Gallow
November 3rd, 2009, 11:40 PM
Joann, of Howling Good Book Reviews, gave "Snow Drifter" five paw prints http://howlinggoodbooks.com/index.php?id=204#jfa8df824e (http://howlinggoodbooks.com/index.php?id=204#jfa8df824e) and said:
"Allison Farrell is very comfortable in her life. She has grown up and lived in the same town all of her life, has a great job and it consumes all of her time. That is until Stuart Ferguson blows into her life and sweeps her off her feet. Now she is left to choose between the comfortable life she has now and a relationship.

Stuart Ferguson is appointed to handle a merger of companies by a friend. He thinks he can go in get the job done and head to the next snowy peak, for some skiing. Then he meets Allison, now his perfectly planned world is on a slope of it's own. Stuart must also make a choice in his life.

Allison has lived in the same place all of her life. Not really wanting to be anywhere else. She has a great job at Mayfield's, which is also expanding. Then Stuart Ferguson shows up and wakes her up to a whole new world. Stuart who is usually very composed and organized, has found himself unable to make a choice. Stuart must decide what he wants in life now, Allison or snow peaks.

Amy Gallow has done a wonderful job here. Amy leaves you believing the story is going in one direction, when in the end it has an amazing ending. This story will have you hugging a box of tissues and rooting for both of the characters. Great job Amy Gallow, I think this book is left open for some of the other characters to have their own stories to tell."<O:p></O:p>

Now, that's an idea...

March 18th, 2010, 01:24 AM
I like you idea. and like your post. Now what she do now... how much your idea work.... i think her idea work 100%. so i want to say best of luck and appreciate too to do her wonder full job... :)

Amy Gallow
March 18th, 2010, 04:55 AM
Thank you Donaldjeo. It is always great to know that someone appreciates what I write.
"Snow Drifter" mentions two characters from an earlier story "Mitchell's Valley" and I occasionally give my secondary characters a voice in later stories, but I have nothing in progress for those in "Snow Drifter"
My three projects for this year are: "Her Brother's Keeper" a contemporary romantic intrigue set in Australia, Malaysia and Singapore; a historical romance/adventure set in 1803 on a voyage from London to Kingston, Jamaica; and another foray into the offshore oil industry.

March 18th, 2010, 05:38 AM
Hmmm.. thanks for reply can i read your story?

Amy Gallow
March 18th, 2010, 07:07 AM
If you go to my website http://www.amygallow.com you can read excerpts and reviews of all my books and be directed to where they may be bought.