Freeible Fridays #35 Blogmas Day 23

Hey Everyone,

As you know, I have been trying this new thing for me where I tell you about a book I loved and share a free ebook link to that book if possible.

Why I picked this book?

When I told some of my friends that this novel was on my TBR, they wanted me to read it so I could share my thoughts with them. Sort of the taste tester for books, my immediate thoughts were that it was a great holiday queer rom-com. However, in my head, I have been comparing it to another novel which is What Light by Jay Asher. Although, I think In the Event of Love is slightly better with LGBT+ characters, which is a bonus. So, my answer to the question is whether it is worth the hype is yes.

First Lines:

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Fern Falls. Like some café could lure me home after seven years. Funny how Dad talks about me when he can’t be bothered to send more than a text every other week. The five-hour drive between that minuscule mountain town and Santa Monica is a freedom I won’t surrender, and I’m booked at least through bridal season 2088.

Goodreads Blurb:

With her career as a Los Angeles event planner imploding after a tabloid blowup, Morgan Ross isn’t headed home for the holidays so much as in strategic retreat. Breathtaking mountain vistas, quirky townsfolk, and charming small businesses aside, her hometown of Fern Falls is built of one heartbreak on top of another . . .

Take her one-time best friend turned crush, Rachel Reed. The memory of their perfect, doomed first kiss is still fresh as new-fallen snow. Way fresher than the freezing mud Morgan ends up sprawled in on her very first day back, only to be hauled out via Rachel’s sexy new lumberjane muscles acquired from running her family tree farm.

When Morgan discovers that the Reeds’ struggling tree farm is the only thing standing between Fern Falls and corporate greed destroying the whole town’s livelihood, she decides she can put heartbreak aside to save the farm by planning her best fundraiser yet. She has all the inspiration for a spectacular event: delicious vanilla lattes, acoustic guitars under majestic pines, a cozy barn surrounded by brilliant stars. But she and Rachel will ABSOLUTELY NOT have a heartwarming holiday happy ending. That would be as unprofessional as it is unlikely. Right?

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