Happy Holidays! I cannot believe how cute, sweet and adorable Christmas At Two Love Lane was. ~ Kitty, Guilty Pleasures
The best gift of all is the one you share with someone else. . .
From the moment he strode through the iron gate and into the offices of Two Love Lane on a crisp December day, it was obvious that Deacon Banks was something different. He wasn’t a Charleston native, not with that adorable Yankee accent. And unlike the usual client at the elegant matchmaking agency, he had no interest in finding a woman to marry–just a few no-strings dates while he was in town.
Macy Frost takes her professional services very seriously–how could she not, when she’s rumored to be a direct descendant of Cupid? Tech entrepreneur Deacon says he’s just trying to make his social-climbing aunt happy by being seen out and about with a few prominent beauties, but Macy insists she can make her client fall in love…for real. And Deacon can’t help but think she might be right. As charming as the palmetto trees and magnificent harbor may be, it’s the beautiful, breath-of-fresh-air Macy who’s become Deacon’s favorite part of the scenery. But can the hopelessly romantic Southern belle stop trying to fix him up and just let Cupid do his work on her own heart?
Happy Holidays! I cannot believe how cute, sweet and adorable Christmas At Two Love Lane was.
As the story started, I wasn’t sure if I was going to enjoy this Christmas Tale. Macy was a little too much of a southern belle. She was extreme about her business of matchmaking and made it perfectly clear to Deacon that Two Love Lane was not a “dating service” then, in the next breath, she is running out the door in search of him and agreeing to his terms. But, as the tale was being wove by Kieran Kramer, I seriously became invested in the characters, the history of Charleston and how Macy got involved in the matchmaking business.
As for Deacon … well … talk about being straight-forward! Here was a man that knew what he wanted and made sure that he told Macy every time that they were together. Which, it turned out, was more than the time he spent with his “dates”. But, things backfire on him and the man who doesn’t believe in love is finding that love just may have found him.
I fell in love with Aunt Fran and George. I tolerated Celia. Ella, Greer and Miss Thing were enchanting. Ms. Kramer really wrote a beautiful love story. I loved, loved, loved the way she gave Deacon and Macy their happily-ever-after … it was sweet and so fitting for the both of them.