by Annie Reed

Book Cover: The Snow Queen

A transplanted Midwesterner, Gunther misses snow and all the winter fun he used to have as a kid. Sledding with his sister on his family’s farm. Warming up in front of a roaring fireplace with a mug of hot chocolate after a rousing snowball fight. All it does in the Pacific Northwest town of Moretown Bay is rain, no matter the season.

But when a beautiful, mischievous witch enters Gunther’s life, he’s suddenly faced with more snow than he knows what to do with. Is is possible to have too much of a good thing?

Spells and wishes and childhood memories combine in this magical holiday tale from award-winning author Annie Reed.

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About the Author

Award-winning author Annie Reed describes herself as a desert rat who longs to live by the ocean. Since she hasn’t yet convinced her family to relocate to a nice chunk of beachfront property, she’s done the next best thing—written a series of stories set in a contemporary Pacific Northwest city where magic and reality go hand in hand.

Private investigators Diz and Dee populate Annie’s more lighthearted stories, while denizens of a much rougher neighborhood lurk in her Tales From the Shadows.

A talented and versatile writer whose fantasy, science fiction, and mystery stories have sold to a wide variety of publications, including five of the first seven volumes of Fiction River’s inaugural year.