Snug in IcelandSnug in Iceland Setting: Iceland
on August 2021
Genres: Contemporary
Format: eBook

Rachel Richards is stuck in a rut. Her boyfriend Adam barely notices her most of the time and her life in London isn’t as exciting as it should be.
When the company she works for, Snug, asks her to oversee the opening of a new store in Iceland, she jumps at the chance for a change of scenery. Exploring Reykjavik with the help of Icelandic tour guide Jonas, Rachel discovers that life is out there waiting to be lived. As she falls in love with Iceland, she begins to see what is important to her and wonders whether the life she left behind is what she wants after all...

This book was delightfully cozy and fun to read.

On the surface Rachel is having a successful life. She has a handsome boyfriend and just got a big promotion. However, her success is starting to show cracks in her relationship. Rachel lands in Iceland knowing that she really needs to think about making some changes in her life. She doesn’t realize that her time there is going to push her in directions that she wasn’t sure she was ready for.

Iceland is a place that I’ve always wanted to explore and it was fun to see it through her eyes as she settled in for her stay. Her relationships with her new coworkers and potential love interest were well done. I would definitely read more by this author.

Victoria Walker lives in the Malvern Hills with her husband and two teenage children. She is an avid reader of contemporary romance but tempers this addiction by being a member of a book club where she is often surprised by her enjoyment of other genres. She also loves sewing and knitting and Scandinavian dramas.

3 Replies to “Snug in Iceland”

  1. I’ve never read a book set in Iceland and I’ve never been there. This book sounds like it’s fun.

  2. Iceland is indeed a fascinating place with really appealing architecture in its villages and countryside, as well as amazing scenery. I really enjoyed visiting there last summer, though I had very little contact with the Icelanders as we were staying in an anti-covid bubble. The book sounds like another foreigner’s view, as mine was. I don’t know many books by Icelanders.

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