Miracle on 5th Avenue by Sarah Morgan

Setting: New York City
Genre: Holiday Romance
Publisher: Harlequin
Release Date: November 29, 2016

Sarah Morgan's latest romance features the third of three business partners. Frankie, Paige, and Eva run a successful event planning company. While the other two have found true love, Eva's not as lucky. She still misses her grandmother and longs for a man who will at least satisfy one urge. She doesn't harbor fantasies of finding her dream man at this stage.

Her latest job is to housesit and decorate the penthouse home of bestselling author Lucas Blade. His charming grandmother's worked her way into Eva's heart, and Eva's only too happy to take the job his grandmother offers. All she has to do is stay in a lavish home for a few days, fill a fridge and freezer with home-cooked meals, and add some holiday cheer to the otherwise sterile environment. Little does Eva know that Lucas lied to his family and his Vermont getaway never happened. He's actually home when she arrives. He's also not too thrilled to have a surprise guest.

New York City is in the midst of a blizzard, so there's no way Eva can leave. The question is can she handle living in the same home as this grumpy author who has absolutely no holiday cheer in him?

Miracle on 5th Avenue is a fabulous conclusion to the trilogy surrounding the owners of Urban Genie. I liked the instant attraction between Eva and Lucas, even if he was a bit of a Scrooge throughout a good portion of the romance. Eva's hopeful nature kept driving the potential for romance, and I really enjoyed the way in which she stood up to him.

Part of me is sad to see the trilogy come to an end, but the other part of me is happy to have found it. Each story stands alone, but you'll become so involved with the characters that you'll want to read them all. There's a touch of humor, emotional pull, and likable characters that keep you hooked to each book.


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