Morgan Reed is excited to return to her hometown of Christmas Falls and open her beauty salon, but when she arrives to her rented business space she’s shocked to find it already occupied by Dallas Parker—her brother’s best friend, the guy she had a childhood crush on, and the one her mom blames for their family’s greatest tragedy.
With their landlord out of the country and unreachable, Morgan and Dallas must open their businesses together. But, no worries, all small towns need a combo furniture store/beauty salon, right? Ugh. As they work together, Morgan tries to keep her emotional distance but time and off-the-charts chemistry soon turn a childhood friendship into a blossoming romance.
Unfortunately, just when their relationship develops into something deeper, an unexpected crisis re-opens her family’s old wounds and the blame is on Dallas once again. Will Morgan’s sadness and fear pull them apart, or make her realize Dallas has always been her heart’s true safe harbor?
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.
|This is book five of seven and has Morgan Reed coming home to Christmas falls. She is wanting to open a hair salon and the building she rented turns is also rented by the person she has had a crush on forever, Dallas Parker. The problem is her mother does not like Dallas, she also does not know that she used her inheritance to go to cosmetology school and not finish her MBA. She does not want to work in the family banking business. Now after eight years she must deal with family, the letter from her choir teacher and if any of the girls are around seeing them especially Ash her best friend. A very moving story form both Morgan and Dallas. Her mother can and is a pain in the caboose, but like the first book you do get some closer and you do see a little bit of work towards saving the community center from the first as well. Overall a good story. All of these books are written by different authors but at least the two books I have read seem to be following from the first book as far as the story of the town. I got this book from Netgalley.com I gave it 4 stars. Follow us atwww.1rad-readerreviews.com|