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  • Second Chance Romance!

    Christmas in Angel Harbor is a second chance romance. I have to say that I have not read a story line like this one. I found it to be refreshing, sweet and unique. It is about finding love again after 50. Their story feels so real and I could easily identify with the main characters. The story line was beautifully written, and it touched a place deep in my heart. I would highly recommend this book. I voluntarily reviewed this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Reconnecting at Christmas

    Ms.Moon is a new author to me, will be reading more after this one.I really love reading 2nd chance romance storylines like Jane and Dan who connect later in life.

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  • Sweet but sad

    This book was good but just couldn’t keep my attention. I was putting it down often, doing other things or picking up another book & I’m not sure why because it was sweet, sad & funny. The book was well written & very descriptive that I felt I was seeing everything that author Jeannie Moon was pointing out. The love story between Danny & Jane was sweet with just the right tension, as was the relationship between Jane & her daughter & her mom & Chloe, Jane’s attention seeking dog was funny as well as loveable too. The dilemmas of life changes was a strong emotion running through the book & the definite eye opening that Jane got from the townspeople was wonderful. Thank you to Tule publishing & the author for letting me read this book for an honest review.

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  • Beautiful

    Christmas in Angel Harbor is a delightful story to read any time of year. Jeannie Moon writes with the ease of expression that Dan came home looking to find again. “November on Long Island was unpredictable. Kind of like a woman.” From this first line, I felt that this would be a story that I would love and remember. Turns out that I was right. Beautifully written with complex characters who reconnect in friendship that turns to love naturally. Life happens and it happens in this story. A story of second chance love after 50 romance between a writer Dan Galo who returns to Angel Harbor and bookstore owner, Jane Fallon. More importantly it is a story of community standing together for one of their beloved. While it could happen any time the Christmas Season gives it a special magical quality. If you only read one Christmas romance this year make it Christmas in Angel Harbor. The only angel may be an ornament but by the end of the book you will swear you heard bells ringing as an angel receives wings. An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • A sweet romance

    This is a more mature romance a wonderful second chance romance about taking what you want and going for it Jane Fallon and Dan Gallo had always been friends maybe it could have become more but twenty five years earlier her father dies and she had to step up and take over the family book store Dan went away to become a successful lawyer and then a best selling author but a tragedy has taken his muse and he isn't sure what to do with his life So he returns to Angel Harbor and heads straight to the book shop that was his teenage hang out He is surprised to see what a beautiful woman Jane has grown into. Her life is in turmoil her landlord has sold the building the book store is in and she isn't sure what is going to happen. With Jane giving him his muse back and him writing in her store each day feelings start to blossom between them and he will rally the entire town to make sure she keeps her store.

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