Fans of Jane the Virgin, rejoice!
Those of us who have been watching Jane the Virgin (and if you’re not, you really should be), we’ve loved Jane (played to perfection by Gina Rodriguez, who won a Golden Globe for the role in 2015) from the first episode. Smart, funny, and beautiful, we’ve loved watching the twists and turns, the birth of her son Mateo, and her relationships with her family and friends. But the one thing that Jane Villanueva has wanted to be, more than anything in the world, is a published author.
Last season, Jane got her wish – she received a publishing offer for her book Snow Falling, the fictionalized version of her relationships, especially with Michael. While we were all excited for Jane, the one thing we wanted more than anything in the world was to read her book. Now, that Simon and Schuster is publishing Snow Falling this month, we can!
Set in in 1902 Miami, Josephine Galena Valencia’s life looks like it’s going to be picture perfect – she’s working at the luxurious Regal Sol hotel, and engaged to Pinkerton Detective Martin Cadden, the love of her life. But, at the worst moment possible, a figure from Josephine’s past emerges: Rake Solvino, railroad tycoon, and the hotel’s owner. The appearance of her old flame sparks something inside of her, and the two spend the night together, resulting in a very unexpected complication. Josephine must then decide where her heart truly lies. Only adding to the complications, Det. Cadden has been investigating a crime lord that has been terrorizing the city – and tracks him all the way to the Regal Sol, and the Solvino family.
Written in Jane’s distinctive voice, it’s all but guaranteed to be as witty as it is brilliant. With Season 4 underway, the publishing date of November 14th means that this book is not only a perfect read for staying warm as the weather gets colder, but will also keep you company when Jane’s life becomes as hectic as we know it will. We can’t wait to get our hands on this one!
‘Snow Falling‘ will be published on November 14th.
‘Jane the Virgin’ is on Fridays at 9PM EST, on the CW.
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