The Lights on Knockbridge Lane

Rating: 3 out of 5.

After splitting with his long time partner, Adam Mills finds himself back in his home town to raise his daughter, a curious, scientifically minded young girl. What he wasn’t expecting was a reclusive neighbor with a house of what he considers to be horrors but which enthralls his young daughter.

Wes has been avoiding people since he was a teenager, and while he may not be the vampire the neighborhood believes him to be, it is true he doesn’t usually come out of the house to interact with anyone. That is, until his young new neighbor, with a taste for science, barges her way into his house and his life. Together, the three of them may just make the perfect family.

This book has a lot going for it. Hot scientist. A young girl who love science. LGBTQ+ representation. If I were to base the review on those aspects, the book would be a solid 4 star book. However, the science in the book, of which there is a large emphasis, is rot. Based on the horrible science, I would try to give this zero stars. If you can look past that or absolutely nothing about science, you can probably enjoy the light-hearted romance.

Available October 2021.

Disclaimer: An advance copy was provided by the publisher.

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