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Released: December 1 2018
Series: Lighthouse Bay #1
Published by Self Published
“CHRISTMAS LANE delivered everything I come to expect in a cute Hallmark movie.”
~ Under the Covers
I couldn’t resist the adorable cover on this book plus the sweet storyline about the small town Christmas parade. This was my first time trying Amy Aislin and I had no clue what to expect, but I quickly realized when I started reading I was in for a sweet read.
Zach is in his early twenties and recently came back from college. He’s been helping his sister run the family diner but wants to do something else with his life, so landing the gig of replacement organizer for the Christmas parade is perfectly in his lane. And that just happens to put him working in close proximity with his crush, Holland. Holland was at one point in time his third grade teacher but quickly realized teaching wasn’t for him and has been working as the town’s handyman for a little while. And also fighting the attraction he’s felt towards Zach who is much younger than him.
CHRISTMAS LANE delivered everything I come to expect in a cute Hallmark movie. It has a sweet romance that takes some time to develop, an adorable small town setting and a fun holiday themed plot! The parade and the floats gave this a cozy vibe. Plus I really liked these two together. They really made an adorable couple.
If you want a light hearted, sweet holiday read then check this one out!
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