Professional organizer Sarah Montgomery is hired to organize her elderly neighbor’s cluttered apartment by Justin Latimer, her neighbor’s grandson. Sarah believes free-spirited Justin is a lazy, unemployed poet who is taking advantage of his grandmother’s generosity. Though attracted to him, she guards her heart against her growing feelings. As Sarah and Justin work together to help his grandmother and enjoy Christmas events in NYC, romantic sparks fly. When Sarah discovers who Justin really is, she must decide if she will continue to hide behind her protective wall or open her heart and embrace love.
Moonlight Over Manhattan (formerly titled Moonlight and Mistletoe) was originally published in A Big Apple Christmas. It has been updated for new readers to enjoy.
Carrie Turansky has such a way with words that she can take a novella and make it read like a bestseller. To me this book is a perfect example of why we should never judge someone and make assumptions without keeping the lines of communication open. Faith is an important part of the characters and learning to trust His plan for their lives.Sarah has material things, but a family that isn't there and Justin seems poverty stricken, but all is not as it seems. This book centers around the Holiday season and will not disappoint.
I received a kindle file for an honest review from the author for an honest review and I have done that to the best of my ability.