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    Beautiful smal-town romance

    Older characters alert! (I mean this in in a positive way) This is a small-town romance about two ladies in their fifties (almost 60). After reading I think you will enjoy this book if you like slow-paced books and identify as asexual or are interested in reading about that point of view. Both MC's were married with kids, Marianne was born and raised in the small town and Rana is an immigrant from Egypt. Also, there is Zeke, who is a trans (FTM) man. This book is very sensitive towards the diverse queer community with the correct use of pronounce and a very diverse audience in the book for such a small town. The author didn't overdo it, so it is still very realistic. The title of the book says it all: No Parking. Although I did not expect it, the storyline revolves around a parking issue and it is a nicely paced story to read. The blurb gave me the impression that "sparks would fly" and in my opinion, they didn't fly. I was expecting more than kissing when sparks fly, to be honest. This could be because Marianne is on the asexual spectrum and I identify as on the opposite. I do believe though that if you are on the asexual spectrum that you can relate to this book and enjoy it very much. The writing style of Wheeler is solid, the conversations in the book are fun to read and after the showdown in court, the ending of the book is very satisfying. Although it was a nice read, this wasn't (for me) a read to shout about. But I do want to cheer because of the unique elements: older mc's, the transgender characters and the asexual spectrum. If you identify yourself as such or want to read about mature women I'm sure you will enjoy reading this book.
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    You are never too old to find love

    I absolutely loved this book and the story definitely tied in with the message of you're never too told to find yourself and enter a new relationship, the characters were very likable and easy to follow and I love LOVED Zeke's character! No Parking starts off a story about a woman named Marianne who owns a bakery and lives upstairs but always noticed that her parking lot was full and they weren't her customers because they were always complaining about not being able to park there, she has it out for Rana that rents the other side of the building as a restaurant because she swears that it's all of her customers. A winter storm brings the women together in a connection that Marianne didn't see coming, how could she be crushing on someone who she had thought the worst of? Marianne and Rana fight for their parking lot together and end up bringing the community together as well as sparking a new flame.
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