This book was everything I hoped it would be—a humorous nod to hallmark movies and a sweet escape. Adina was so relatable in that she just wanted her happy ending to be like in the movies. She’s such an upbeat optimistic character—a city girl in a small town on a mission to write her career-launching story. Though Pleasant Hollow turned out to be the opposite of the idealistic Hallmark town Adina fantasized about, she kept going, in search of her story, and along the way, meets Finn, who is also not your typical Hallmark hero. I loved the struggles they went through to make it work and the grand gesture(s) were everything! I highly recommend!!
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