Christmas At Two Love Lane by Kieran Kramer | Book Review

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Christmas At Two Love Lane by Kieran Kramer | Book ReviewChristmas at Two Love Lane by Kieran Kramer
Series: Two Love Lane #1
Published by St. Martin's Publishing Group on October 3, 2017
Genres: Fiction, Romance, Holiday, Contemporary, Small Town & Rural
Pages: 350
Format: Paperback, eARC
Source: Library, Publisher
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ISBN: 9781250111050

The best gift of all is the one you share with someone else. . .

From the moment he strode through the iron gate and into the offices of Two Love Lane on a crisp December day, it was obvious that Deacon Banks was something different. He wasn’t a Charleston native, not with that adorable Yankee accent. And unlike the usual client at the elegant matchmaking agency, he had no interest in finding a woman to marry—just a few no-strings dates while he was in town.

Macy Frost takes her professional services very seriously—how could she not, when she’s rumored to be a direct descendant of Cupid? Tech entrepreneur Deacon says he’s just trying to make his social-climbing aunt happy by being seen out and about with a few prominent beauties, but Macy insists she can make her client fall in love...for real. And Deacon can’t help but think she might be right. As charming as the palmetto trees and magnificent harbor may be, it’s the beautiful, breath-of-fresh-air Macy who’s become Deacon’s favorite part of the scenery. But can the hopelessly romantic Southern belle stop trying to fix him up and just let Cupid do his work on her own heart?

Christmas At Two Love Lane by Kieran Kramer is absolutely a book I never should have put off. I never should have confused this author for another author and been NERVOUS. This book is absolutely a delight to read and one that gave me a real good time. Talk about the PERFECT holiday read and one that just deserves a Netflix movie (it is a little bit risque for Hallmark).

Kieran Kramer’s Christmas At Two Love Lane is about this matchmaker named Macy who works at Two Love Lane. That is, along with her associates – two other women her age and an older woman who served as the dorm mother in college – Miss Thing. Anyways, Macy has a new job that’s tough. She needs to pair up her new neighbor Deacon on a few low key dates for the holiday season. This is to please his Aunt Fran who wants him to meet a nice Charleston girl and settle down. As it turns out though, the sparks FLY between Macy and Deacon.

This book is funny. It is sweet. It’s well paced. After reading, I immediately added the rest of the series to my TBR. FYI, the rest of the series is only three books. Kramer has a way of writing characters that feel so real. These characters are also people that you really root for. I loved this book and it gave me everything I needed while reading it.

Christmas At Two Love Lane hits a full Buddy The Elf for me. There's so much baking. There are multiple love stories. We see forgiveness and treating people with kindness

On A Scale Of One To Buddy The Elf, How Much Christmas Spirit Does Christmas At Two Love Lane Have?

Christmas At Two Love Lane hits a full Buddy The Elf for me. There’s so much baking. There are multiple love stories. We see forgiveness and treating people with kindness. A party to benefit Toys For Tots occurs. Family plays a big role. This book is bursting at the seams with Christmas spirit and if that is what you need – something that is OVER THE TOP, snap this one up. It is an actual joy to read.

About April (Books&Wine)

April is in her 30s and created Good Books And Good Wine. She works for a non-profit. April always has a book on hand. In her free time she can be found binge watching The Office with her husband and toddler, spending way too much time on Pinterest or exploring her neighborhood.

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