Hang the Moon by Alexandria Bellefleur @ambellefleur @avonbooks #romcom #fiction #bookreviewer #blogger

Susanne’s Review:

A Sweet Rom-Com!

Brendon Lowell has always been a romantic, ever since he was a little kid. It’s why, as an adult, he created a dating app to help people find love.  A few months ago, he even helped bring his sister Darcy and her girlfriend, Elle together.  Unfortunately for Brendon however, he’s always been kind of unlucky in the love department himself.  

The moment Darcy’s best friend Annie arrives from out of town, however, the sparks fly.  

Though Annie is a few years older, Brendon has always had a crush on her.  Annie however, has always seen him as a little kid, until now.

Annie is a successful young woman who has traveled to Seattle on the spur of the moment to surprise Darcy.  She has big news to share. 

The surprise however is on Annie, the moment she sets her eyes on Brendon again.  

Tall, Dark, Handsome, and Sexy… she simply cannot resist Brendon’s charm, kindness, or sarcastic wit.

Annie doesn’t have time for a man in her life and frankly doesn’t want one and yet, Brendon is irresistible.

The friendship between Annie and Brendon has always been there and the chemistry that is developing can’t be ignored.

A seriously sweet, warmhearted, sexy romance that warmed this girl’s heart.  Though it was a tad too steamy for me, it was a fabulous romance and a great follow-up to Alexandria Bellefleur’s “Written in the Stars.”  Although this is a sequel, “Hang the Moon” works well as a standalone for those who didn’t read Darcy and Elle’s story (which I also loved and recommend).  

Thank you to Avon and Harper Voyager and NetGalley for the advanced copy.

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