When Sarah Montgomery, a structured professional organizer, is hired to overhaul her elderly neighbor’s cluttered apartment by Justin Latimer, her neighbor’s grandson, she’s not sure what to think of him? Is Justin a lazy, unemployed poet who is taking advantage of his grandmother’s generosity, or is there another reason he is always available to help Sarah? Though she is attracted to him, Sarah guards her heart against her growing feelings. As Sarah and Justin work together to help his grandmother and they enjoy Christmas events in New York City, romantic sparks fly. After meeting Justin’s family and learning more about him, Sarah must decide if she will continue to hide behind her protective wall or open her heart and embrace love. Do opposites truly attract? Can Justin and Sarah find middle ground and learn to appreciate their differences . . . Or will false assumptions and misunderstandings pull them apart?
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. You can preview the first chapter, share, or buy a copy by clicking below.
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