Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Once Again in Christmas Falls by Becky Monson {Review}

Once Again in Christmas Falls
(Return to Christmas Falls * Book 3)
by Becky Monson
Kindle Edition
Expected publication: October 23rd 2017
In one day, London Walsh finds out her ex is going to be her boss and that her parents are getting a divorce—and they want her to referee the situation. So when she’s offered the chance to spend the holidays in her old hometown of Christmas Falls, far away from all the drama, she jumps on it.

But the quaint town doesn’t feel quite like the home it once was. London shed the goth image that defined her in high school long ago, but no one recognizes the woman she's become.

Except for Andy Broll, London’s childhood next door neighbor. He recognizes her immediately, which sends London’s heart fluttering as she starts to see Andy in a whole different light. But when her time in Christmas Falls doesn’t go as planned, will London face it head on? Or will she find a reason to run? 

Seven fabulous authors bring you this holiday romance series about a group of special friends returning to their hometown at the request of their high school mentor. Each book is a standalone, but read them all to fully enjoy the journey of these remarkable women and their emotional reunion with their mentor, an incredible woman who changes their lives and helps save a small town community forever.


My Review: 5 Stars
I love a series that is written by different authors (unique points of view) with common threads because I honestly feel like I'm one of the characters. Does anyone want to write a book about my return to Christmas Falls?
I think a lot of people have a place that is the anchor of their souls and is their true home and for London, that place is Christmas Falls. Although she was going through quite a phase when she lived there before (think "goth") and no one seems to recognize her now, this town has a hold on her...unless she decides to run away again. The homey, small-town descriptions, traditions, and residents resonate deep in my heart and I loved London's eye-opening experiences.

I love the idea of best friends finding love, but it's always a risk because if it doesn't work out, that friendship is over. I absolutely loved Andy, London's former neighbor and best friend. He's sweet, funny, and man, that guy oozes romance like you wouldn't believe. The chemistry is so swoony and the kisses will curl your toes (while staying clean, of course). Becky Monson has a way of developing characters with sass that you can't help but adore.

Content: mild+ romance (steamy clean kissing); mild language.

*I received a copy, which had no influence on my thoughts and opinions.*


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