Three interconnected stories by three different authors, each filled with humor, romance and snappy dialogue. Here's the basic premise: It's Christmas. There's a train full of cheerleaders stuck in a snowbank. There are romantic tragedies and one small town, a Waffle House and a Starbucks, and of course a blizzard. And it's all amazing.
I'm a sucker for romantic Christmas everythings, and I love John Green, so basically, I was always going to love this book. To be honest, I think my favorite story was Maureen Johnson's "The Jubilee Express," but I laughed aloud about four times while reading John Green's " A Cheertastic Christmas Miracle". Lauren Myracle's story, "The Patron Saint of Pigs" was my least favorite; it definitely had the most "Christmas Miracle!" feeling to it, but it also had a fairly whiny, obnoxious femtagonist.
So, basically, I rillyrilly liked it, but I was pretty much destined to do so.