Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Lyn Cote Asks Like Snow? Yes? No?

Lyn Cote here~I live in the Northwoods of Wisconsin just south of Lake Superior so very close to Canada. Within a 50 mile radius of our home are over 2000 glacial lakes; hence it’s called the Lakeland area—figures right? And I live in a forest between two national forests. We got trees!

In the summer we are blessed with temperatures between 75 and 85 every day and very low humidity. (Infrequently the temps will climb to the low 90’s but rarely lasts longer than a day or two.) The usual temps last sometimes well into the fall and then, of course comes winter. With winter comes that cold, white, fluffy stuff—snow!

Our town is a tourist town in summer and winter, too. Snowmobile trails criss-cross our counties. Other winter sports such as dog-sledding races, cross-country skiing, and even downhill skiing attract visitors. And yes, the weathermen here get excited when snow is predicted—especially big snow. Personally I’m not a winter sports person. I always say my winter sport is watching the snow fall, which I enjoy very much! So are you a snow fan or not? Leave a comment and perhaps win an ebook.


Hannah’s Hometown Hero. 

Can a shy girl find her moxie and win her hometown hero? Or “let” him win her? ‘-)

Food blogger and columnist Hannah, recently unengaged,” strikes out to help her parents get settled in their new house and show them the new forceful Hannah.  When she arrives, what meets her eye— just a foundation! Whats wrong with their builder—Guthrie?

How can Hannah achieve her hopes of helping her parents get settled well before snow flies. Resigned but unwilling to remain passive, Hannah becomes involved with the build, the new town, Guthrie and his wounded family. As she pursues her goal which involves the hardworking good-guy Guthrie, she and Guthrie both battle any temptation to love again. What will it take to bring these two stubborn hearts to a second chance at love?

Dont miss this heartwarming story of love, faith and the power of forgiveness by USA Today Bestselling author Lyn Cote of over fifty romances. BTW, you dont want to miss Guthries eccentric great aunts—Patsy and Penny—a hoot and a half! Click here for more info.

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  1. I don't like cold weather, so no snow for me.

    1. Lyn here~ To each his own! I'm not a fan of HEAT!

  2. I don’t like snow any more. Loving the Milwaukee area weather. Snow melts within a few days. None right now. 😃