Review | Beth Labonte - Love Notes in Christmas Falls

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Review | Beth Labonte – Love Notes in Christmas FallsLove Notes in Christmas Falls by Beth Labonte
Series: Return to Christmas Falls #6
Published by Beth Labonte on October 23, 2017
Genres: Holiday Romance
Pages: 166

When Caitlin Cook left the small town of Christmas Falls, Tennessee to attend Harvard University, she left behind the burden of her parents’ slowly increasing hoard of antiques, a much younger brother, and Shane Mitchell—the boy who blindsided her with the news that he loved her on the night before she left.

Shane Mitchell spent his high school years fascinated by Caitlin Cook. The quiet flute player with her nose always in a book, he wanted desperately to find out what made her tick.

Eight years later, Caitlin returns to Christmas Falls—unemployed and newly single—after receiving a devastating letter from her beloved high school mentor. Caitlin is shocked to find her childhood home in disarray, and her little brother in desperate need of his sister. With Shane’s help—now a pillar of the community rather than the carefree teenager Caitlin once knew—she begins to rediscover her love for music, antiques, and possibly even Shane. When faced with the choice of rebuilding her life in Boston, or giving love a second chance in Christmas Falls, will Caitlin be able to decide on the true meaning of home?

Fellow Whovian, Beth Labonte, has thrown the perfect snowball with LOVE NOTES IN CHRISTMAS FALLSher new release and contribution to the Return to Christmas Falls series. Christmas Falls reminds me a LOT of the small town I grew up in, and Beth did an amazing job of making me want to return home and see if things have changed. I absolutely loved meeting Caitlyn and her family. It was a pleasure to follow along as she navigated her way back home to help her brother and reconnect with her friends and Miss Anna Cate (who made me tear up again). Beth threw an Easter egg in and made the whole story just a bit better! When you read this one, let me know when you find it!

About Beth Labonte

Beth Labonte received a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She worked as an administrative assistant for fourteen years, turning to writing as her creative outlet in an excruciatingly mundane corporate world. Beth now writes full-time and resides in Massachusetts.