BOOK REVIEW: Lovelight Farms
by B.K. Borison
ABOUT THE BOOKS (from Amazon):
Where the lovelight gleams …
A pasture of dead trees. A hostile takeover of the Santa barn by a family of raccoons. And shipments that have mysteriously gone missing. Lovelight Farms is not the magical winter wonderland of Stella Bloom’s dreams.
In an effort to save the Christmas tree farm she’s loved since she was a kid, she enters a contest with instafamous influencer Evelyn St. James. With the added publicity and the $100,000 cash prize, she might just be able to save the farm from its financial woes. There’s just one problem. To make the farm seem like a romantic destination for the holidays, she lied on the application and said she owns Lovelight Farms with her boyfriend. Only … there is no boyfriend.
Enter best friend Luka Peters. He just came home for some hot chocolate, and somehow got a farm and a serious girlfriend in the process.
Lovelight Farms is a romantic comedy featuring a handsome, freckled data analyst, a messy, optimistic Christmas tree farm owner, and a small town with the best hazelnut lattes on the east coast. This sweet and steamy romance is a holiday happily ever after.
It is the first book in a series of interconnected standalones following the three Lovelight owners.
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I’ve had Lovelight Farms on my list to read since last Christmas. I had started reading it a few days after Christmas last year but wasn’t in the holiday reading mood anymore at that point.
I’m glad I kept it on my Kindle Unlimited list. This book is super cute…
Lovelight Farms is struggling financially. The new owner, Stella Bloom, secretly enters a contest by an Instagram influencer in an attempt to save it, but the thing is…she lied a little bit on her application. Now she needs a guy to pretend to be her boyfriend and co-owner of the farm. Luckily, her best friend Luka is happy to oblige. But in order to be convincing, they need everyone to truly believe they’re an item, which means acting like a real couple.
I enjoyed this story. I thought it was a little odd that the main characters were a male and female who had been best friends for 10 years. They were clearly into each other but being together had never crossed their mind before? Regardless, it was a cute book.