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A Light in the Window by Jolyse Barnett
Adirondack girl-in-transition Jade Engel comes home to recharge after ending a career she never truly wanted, but soon realizes she’s in danger of also being swept off her feet by the boy-next-door, her former best friend, Ben Stephens. If only he’d stop kissing her every time she falls into his arms.
Everything local celebrity Ben Stephens ever wanted is in Starling. Then Jade comes home after an eternity away and sends his simple world into a tailspin. He’s determined to pursue her—the one girl who got away. But when their friends-with-benefits arrangement blows up in their faces, will they have the courage to put their pasts to rest in order to forge a future together?
Christmas in New York series
Book 1: This Christmas by Jeannie Moon
Book 2: All I Want for Christmas by Jennifer Gracen
Book 3: A Light in the Window by Jolyse Barnett
Book 4: Goodness and Light by Patty Blount
What I thought:
I decided to read this series after Christmas, and still a wonderful book to read.
This book is about Jade and Ben, Jade comes home to help around the holidays and runs into her friend from when she was younger, Ben. He is all grown up and looking good. This story takes place of course the holiday season and Ben really wants to get to know Jade, who is only in town for the season. Of course Jade wants to get to know Ben, but her Mom keeps telling her it is a mistake. So Ben really has to work at.
I loved how this story just worked, it read well, and of course nothing is perfect, whether in a story or real life, this one felt real to me. Even thought it is almost Valentines day, this love story is still perfect to read.
I really loved reading this series of book Christmas in New York. All the stories were really well written and enjoyable to read.
I want to thank Netgalley and Tule Publishing for letting me read this book and give an honest opinion.I love this quote, Diana
“I’m wondering what to read next.” — Matilda, Roald Dahl