Romance Book Review: Debra Kayn's Homemade Hijinks

Author: Debra Kayn
ISBN: 9781616504670
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Lyrical Press

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Cute contemporary romance featuring two people still in love but feeling being together is never going to happen because they both want different things.

Alex has come back home for the Christmas to convince his former  fiance to reunite in anyway he can.

Shannon moved around her whole life and when she moved out on her own she decided she was going to put down roots and not move. Now she is settled in a nice small town with people she loves. She thought she was going to settle down with Alex in her nice small town, but Alex wanted more. He attended law school and moved to the big city.

Now Alex is back and Shannon doesn't know what she's going to do. When Alex and Shannon get stuck in Shannon's Smart House, they are forced to spend time together and talk out their problems. Can Alex convince Shannon to take him back?

Well written sweet romance.

Description:
Can a house make unlikely demands…and be the savior for unsuspecting lovers? After being dragged around the world since birth by her parents, quirky hairstylist Shannon Johansson has sworn to plant her business…and her butt…in Seaport, California. Risking the loss of the love of her life, she settles in a defective Smart House. A bulldog in the courtroom, Alex Yager has to convince Shannon he still loves her.

Nine months apart has proven his success is nothing without her to share it with. When Shannon’s pain of a Smart House locks them in during his New Year’s visit, he seizes the opportunity to win back his girl once and for all. No matter what it takes. Alex is back and playing hardball like the attorney he is, and Shannon’s tired of fighting.

Can she give in to her love for Alex? He’s hoping he can get them out of the crazy house and propose before the town rings in the new year.

CONTENT WARNING: Old flames, a smartass smart house and NO dog. Hot reunion. There’s more than one way to ‘ring’ in a new year.

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