Long Lost Neighbors

Published: December 2016

Genre: Clean & Wholesome, Contemporary Romance

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Blurb: Gregory Bronson learns he’ll soon be moving away from his neighbor and best friend, Alison Levin. When he tells her the shocking news, she feels her world is being turned upside down. What would she do without Greg? What would Greg do without her? Fast forward fifteen years. Ali is engaged to Sean Whitman who can provide her with anything she could ever want. While vacationing, however, she runs into Greg. Suddenly she’s not so sure Sean is the one. Greg finds himself just getting out of a bad relationship when he and Ali reunite. He can’t help but be attracted to her and wonder if the two of them could ever stand a chance. As the two of them rebuild their friendship, the foundation for something more is set until one day they finally give in to their desires. But after they are interrupted with an emergency, Ali realizes she must make a choice. Will she choose her fiancé, Sean, and go through with a wedding that is already planned and paid for? Or will she give it all up for her friend, Greg, who could give her the one thing Sean doesn’t: all of himself?

Praise for Long Lost Neighbors

 *****I have read all 3 of the books in this series. The author’s writing skills have so improved. The third book was so enjoyable that I could hardly put it down! – Terry J. Blaauw

*****Another fantastic book by the fantastic Frances Hoelsema!! A true love story that has been beautifully written with fantastic characters. Grabs your attention from page 1 until you’re biting your nails by the final page. Watch out Nicolas Sparks, you’ve got competition and this coming from a MASSIVE fan of The Notebook. This is a MUST READ for fans of romance 🙂 Looking forward to reading more books from this very talented author!  – Kirsty W.

*****Appreciate reading a love story that does not have graphic content, something I dare to read out loud to my granddaughter, and when she’s a little older she can read it for herself. – Kris. Steinbauer



The idea for Long Lost Neighbors came from Frances’ childhood. There was a neighbor friend she had tons of fun with that moved away when she was about 10 years old. She’s never seen him since. Frances thought it would be neat to explore the idea of this happening to someone else, but in their case, reuniting and falling in love. One neat fact about this novel is that the opening scene actually happened to Frances!