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Christmas at Two Love Lane by Kieran Kramer
Cute contemporary holiday romance. First in a series. A matchmaker finds more in common with the client than she’s comfortable with. Or rather, that’s the problem. She is too comfortable with him to match him up with anyone else.
This story is also about the friendships that the women have with each other and their unlimited support. I though it was great they talked openly to each other and shared their lives.
I loved Macy’s cheer. The holidays help, but in general she is a happy person. That is so refreshing. People like her. That’s sweet. What I didn’t get was her lack of understanding that her friends wanted the best for HER. That she thought of it as betrayal was sad.
It is a romance, so without spoilers, all ends well.
“Deacon woke up starving. His first coherent thought was Breakfast at Macy’s. But he wasn’t thinking about toast or eggs, or bagels and coffee. Even as his stomach growled, his imagination lingered on the curve of Macy’s cheek, the spark in her eye, the way she laughed.
He couldn’t wait for breakfast because he liked her. She was a cake baker, a matchmaker, and a society girl who didn’t seem to notice she was cut from a different spectacular cloth. She was a wild thing. He saw it in her eyes—a barefoot girl who marched to her own drummer. And he wanted to get to know her better.
Excerpt from Christmas at Two Love Lane by Kieran Kelley.
I received a copy of this book via NetGalley.