About Once Again in Christmas Falls

Once again in Christmas falls

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?

My review

I’m glad that I got to read this one so soon after I read Honeymoon for One. The books kind of parallel each other in the time period they’re written. This one is about Piper’s best childhood friend, London.

I loved the way London seems so down to earth. She has a lot going on in her life. Like all of us, sometimes you just need a break from your crazy co-workers and family. And she takes one. She heads to Christmas Falls, where she grew up. Something that was a little ironic about that was that very few people recognize London on sight. She feels even more alone. And then she finds Andy again.

Andy is a great guy. He goes out of his way to do kind things for London. Even going so far as to get her and Piper back together after a huge fight they had the last time they’d seen each other. Andy’s family made me smile too. Things like insisting his door stay open at their house, even though he’s an adult were just kind of funny.

I loved the whole Christmas feel of this one. The town of Christmas Falls is just a fun place. And the characters make me smile. They work hard together to make sure they don’t lose a big part of their community. It seems like a great place to live.

If you like Christmas romance, this is a great choice!

I borrowed an e-copy of Once Again in Christmas Falls using my Kindle Umlimited Subscription. All opinions are my own.

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