Moonlight in Vermont is a heartwarming, insta-love, syrupy sweet story of two people from very different walks of life finding love when the least expect it. ~ Slick, Guilty Pleasures
Some of the best things in life are worth the wait…
Fiona Rangely loves her fast-paced life as a high-end real estate broker in New York City. Or at least, she does until her boyfriend dumps her, claiming that he doesn’t get enough of her time.
She retreats to her family’s quaint Vermont Inn to evaluate her life…but her ex-boyfriend soon shows up with a brand new girlfriend. Fiona quickly devises a plan to win him back: pretend the handsome and laid-back head chef Derek is her new boyfriend!
Will her ex realize what he’s missing? And will Fiona herself start seeing life–and love—in a new light?
This fun, feel-good romance includes a free exclusive recipe for Maple Glazed Sea Scallops.
This is the first book I’ve read in the Hallmark line and it read exactly like a Hallmark movie plays out. Moonlight in Vermont is a heartwarming, insta-love, syrupy sweet story of two people from very different walks of life finding love when the least expect it.
Fiona Rangely has a successful career as a leading real estate agent in New York City; she loves matching people with the home perfect for them, she loves the city, and she loves the thought of her boyfriend popping the question any day now but when she puts work first before the boyfriend she finds her relationship over and a need to escape with her best friend to see her father and step-mother in Vermont. What she doesn’t expect is to tick off the big, burly lumberjack man when she kicks over mushrooms in the yard or to see her very recent ex show up at her father’s inn with a new girlfriend in tow forcing her to make a snap decision that changes the direction of her life.
Pretending to be boyfriend and girlfriend has Fiona and Derek spending lots of time together in the wilds of Vermont and attending various events at MapleFaire. I enjoyed watching Fiona learn to slow down, enjoy life, and really begin to understand that love wasn’t a place, it was what made you happy. At times I found Fiona to be immature and selfish and she drove me a bit nuts, but I do feel she grew over the course of this book and that was in direct correlation to the way Derek treated her and showed her she was worth more than what her ex had given her. I do think that Fiona was good for Derek; she made her see outside of his world and to not give up his dreams.
A light, fluffy, feel good love story; I enjoyed Moonlight in Vermont.