Meg and her whole crazy extended family are back in the extra-Christmas-e, Dashing Through the Snowbirds.
Meg’s brother Rob is hosting (at Meg’s house of course) a Canadian team of software developers as part of a new contract his company just landed. However, there are big troubles brewing within the affiliated company. The CEO, Ian, is just plain obnoxious. His company’s financials may be much darker than they appear in the contractual documents. Worst of all, that leaves a boatload of suspects when he is found bludgeoned in Meg’s back pasture. All of this drama fails to even dent the prevailing Christmas cheer felt throughout the book.
I’ve been reading this series since the beginning, and I always look forward to the holiday tales to get me in the spirit of the season. Meg, Michael and the whole extremely large family seem as familiar as my own family now. While this book can be read as a standalone, the characters’ stories do have a series-spanning theme that should also be explored.
I love the characters, the atmosphere, the mystery and especially the humor in Dashing Through the Snowbirds. I think you will too. 5 stars and a favorite! Don’t miss it!
Thanks to Minotaur Books and NetGalley for a digital review copy of the book.