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Cody Laughman, a lonely firefighter in New York City, gets a blast from the past when his late father’s lawyer approaches him with news. It has been three years since Cody’s father’s death, the family house needs to be sold. Although Cody is glad to get rid of this part of his life, there is one final thing he needs to do -- fly home to Muffin, Alaska, and make the propert Cody Laughman, a lonely firefighter in New York City, gets a blast from the past when his late father’s lawyer approaches him with news. It has been three years since Cody’s father’s death, the family house needs to be sold. Although Cody is glad to get rid of this part of his life, there is one final thing he needs to do -- fly home to Muffin, Alaska, and make the property presentable. He expects this to be a quick visit, just cleaning up some old memories he usually ignores. But memories are stubborn, and on top of everything else, he finds a real Christmas elf living in the attic of his house. Not a tiny fairy, but a full-grown, deliciously handsome man. He doesn’t even have pointed ears. But can Cody open up to the possibility of finding love, when the ghost of Christmas past is still haunting him?


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Cody Laughman, a lonely firefighter in New York City, gets a blast from the past when his late father’s lawyer approaches him with news. It has been three years since Cody’s father’s death, the family house needs to be sold. Although Cody is glad to get rid of this part of his life, there is one final thing he needs to do -- fly home to Muffin, Alaska, and make the propert Cody Laughman, a lonely firefighter in New York City, gets a blast from the past when his late father’s lawyer approaches him with news. It has been three years since Cody’s father’s death, the family house needs to be sold. Although Cody is glad to get rid of this part of his life, there is one final thing he needs to do -- fly home to Muffin, Alaska, and make the property presentable. He expects this to be a quick visit, just cleaning up some old memories he usually ignores. But memories are stubborn, and on top of everything else, he finds a real Christmas elf living in the attic of his house. Not a tiny fairy, but a full-grown, deliciously handsome man. He doesn’t even have pointed ears. But can Cody open up to the possibility of finding love, when the ghost of Christmas past is still haunting him?

31 review for The Firefighter in the Snow

  1. 5 out of 5

    Serena Yates

    This is a great story about dealing with the past, forgiveness, and finding love in places where it's least expected. Told in a quiet voice, like a memory that isn’t quite there anymore, it moves from Cody's depressingly lonely past and current life to a newly discovered future in a most unlikely way. Cody is grumpy, and doesn’t want to deal with the last remainder of his father's inheritance, the family home in Alaska which needs to be sold. As the story unfolds it becomes obvious the past is st This is a great story about dealing with the past, forgiveness, and finding love in places where it's least expected. Told in a quiet voice, like a memory that isn’t quite there anymore, it moves from Cody's depressingly lonely past and current life to a newly discovered future in a most unlikely way. Cody is grumpy, and doesn’t want to deal with the last remainder of his father's inheritance, the family home in Alaska which needs to be sold. As the story unfolds it becomes obvious the past is still haunting him, and the pain of a father who was never there for him after his wife, Cody's mother, died is still very much alive in his mind. Even though he wants to be anywhere but in his hometown, his presence there slowly thaws the ice around his heart. The man he's found in the attic, Candy, who says he is an elf, has a lot to do with that! By the time Cody needs to leave, he has become attached to Candy, forgiven his father, and is almost sorry he has to leave the place he thought he'd never want to come back to. But it isn’t until he's back in New York, in his lonely apartment and doing a job he no longer likes, that the truth sinks in. He wants the quiet tranquility of his hometown back. And he wants Candy by his side! And in line with the changes in Cody, the resolution and the ending are truly magical! If you like stories with a definite touch of Christmas-elf magic, if you enjoy reading about men who have lost their way but, with a little nudging, manage to find it again, and if you’re looking for a cute, very sweet Christmas read, then you will probably enjoy this short story. It totally captivated me! NOTE: This book was provided by JMS Books for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sadonna

    This story starts off rather dark with Cody, and NYC Firefighter being called back to his home in Alaska to take care of this family home after his father's death and to fulfill the conditions of his will. When he arrives home, he finds an interesting squatter in the attic - and elf named Candy - last name Cane of course ;) As Cody begins to clean out/up his family home, he starts to open up to Candy about his past and why he couldn't come home. We learn about Cody's family the people of his smal This story starts off rather dark with Cody, and NYC Firefighter being called back to his home in Alaska to take care of this family home after his father's death and to fulfill the conditions of his will. When he arrives home, he finds an interesting squatter in the attic - and elf named Candy - last name Cane of course ;) As Cody begins to clean out/up his family home, he starts to open up to Candy about his past and why he couldn't come home. We learn about Cody's family the people of his small town. We also learn a little bit about Candy as well. Sweet but not sappy, this is a lovely Christmas fairy tale with an ending that should put a smile on your face.

  3. 5 out of 5

    V

    Oh dear, I didn't know this story was going to be about an elf and fantasy was part of it. When I read the blurb I thought it was going to be something more meaningful and interesting. For me, in this case the blurb was deceiving.

  4. 5 out of 5

    multitaskingmomma

    Original Blog Post: http://headouttheoven.blogspot.com/20... Last night, I opened this book thinking this was just another holiday read. As the book opens, I read a dark, angsty tale of Cody. First and foremost, Cody is a firefighter in New York but he really hated his life out there. The phone rings and he needs to get back to Alaska to close the final chapter of his parent's legacy. He never quite forgave his father and it made matters worse when he could not forget. As he finds himself back in Original Blog Post: http://headouttheoven.blogspot.com/20... Last night, I opened this book thinking this was just another holiday read. As the book opens, I read a dark, angsty tale of Cody. First and foremost, Cody is a firefighter in New York but he really hated his life out there. The phone rings and he needs to get back to Alaska to close the final chapter of his parent's legacy. He never quite forgave his father and it made matters worse when he could not forget. As he finds himself back in his hometown, not only do the memories come full force, but he meets Candy Cane. Candy Cane is a man. Or rather, he claims to be an elf, and he dresses as one. Cody could not really wrap his mind around this idea but he takes in the fact that this Candy is one beautiful man who made him hot cocoa. Soon, they sort of develop a relationship which morphs to a romance. Then just as things come to full circle, Candy says good-bye and disappears. This would not have an HEA ending nor be considered a romantic holiday read if things did not go right for the two men. However, I will let you go ahead and read this one and take time out to just reflect on what deeper meanings were hidden within the story. This made me think. It was quite a deep idea here, Ms. Beikircher. Forgiveness, reconciliation, a chance at love and a happy life. These are simple concepts and yet the author managed to incorporate them all into a light, short, holiday read. It was quite difficult to wrap my head around this story, but once I did, I came out laughing and crying. Highly recommended.

  5. 4 out of 5

    ~SexyBookWorm~

    Kinda sweet but also kinda weird. It was a fantasy type of book that started out very dark and a little sad. That darkness sort of hovered over the book the whole time. But the author included a fantasy aspect to the book that didn't quite mesh with the darkness. So it wasn't badly written and the characters were fine but it just don't flow. It didn't work.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Simone

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  12. 4 out of 5

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  13. 5 out of 5

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  15. 4 out of 5

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  16. 5 out of 5

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  20. 5 out of 5

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  21. 5 out of 5

    MiMi Rae

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jen4607

  23. 4 out of 5

    JustJen "Miss Conduct"

  24. 4 out of 5

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  26. 5 out of 5

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  29. 4 out of 5

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  30. 4 out of 5

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