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Meet Me on Love Lane (Hopeless Romantics, #2) by Nina Bocci
Series: Hopeless Romantics #2
Published by Gallery Books on December 10, 2019
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
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From the USA TODAY bestselling author of On the Corner of Love and Hate comes a romantic comedy about a woman who grudgingly returns home to small-town Pennsylvania, only to find herself falling in love—not only with the town, but with two of its citizens.
Charlotte Bishop is out of options in New York City. Fired, broke, and blacklisted by her former boss, she’s forced to return to her hometown of Hope Lake, PA to lick her wounds. Although she’s expecting to find a miserable place with nothing to do, she is pleasantly surprised to discover it is bustling and thriving.
She’s only supposed to be in Hope Lake temporarily until she can earn enough money to move back to New York. She’s not supposed to reconnect with her childhood friends or her beloved grandmother. She’s not supposed to find her dream job running the local florist shop. And she’s definitely not supposed to fall for not one but two of Hope Lake’s golden boys: one the beloved high school English teacher, the other the charming town doctor.
With a heart torn between two men and two cities, what’s a girl to do?
A perfect blend of humor and heart, Meet Me on Love Lane is the second in a new series from USA TODAY bestselling author Nina Bocci that is sure to charm fans of Josie Silver and Sally Thorne.
“I’ll never be able to explain to you just how happy I am that you came back, Charlotte.
You mean, that I came home.”
I was kinda looking forward to reading this one after the first book. Even though I did enjoy this book, I do think it was more about a woman on a journey of self discovery than about romance. As far as I know this is being billed as a romance book. I don’t think they really belong in this category when it’s only with a side of romance. I wanted more than that for Henry, and his book. Their “romance” never felt truly believable to me, it’s mostly because I never felt any sparks between them.
Besides all of that, the reason I marked this down was because I felt that a lot of the plot that should have been there for us was left out. Those things would have made the story more rounded and full. Also, there was several things that were a bit repetitive. That takes away from the story in my opinion.
I think I will read the next one, but I’m hoping for more from that one.