by Debbie Mason
Publication Date June 29, 2021
Published by Grand Central Publishing
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Genres: Clean & Wholesome, Contemporary, Fiction, Romance, Sagas, Small Town & Rural, Women
Fall in love with thelatest Highland Falls romance about a single mom-to-be's surprise delivery and the undercover FBI agent who rescues her and her heart in the small town of Highland Falls.Single mom-to-be Sadie Gray will do anything to find her younger brother before the law catches up with him. Even if it means returning home to the small town of Highland Falls with a baby due any moment. But when that moment comes sooner than expected, and Sadie finds herself stranded on the top of a mountain—in labor--she couldn’t be more grateful for the park ranger who finds her and helps deliver her daughter safely. Soon they’ve formed a tight friendship, and while he may be hinting at more, Sadie isn’t planning to stick around after she finds her brother.
FBI agent Chase Roberts wasn’t looking for love when he agreed to go undercover as a park ranger to find an on-the-run informant. But he can’t help being drawn to beautiful, warm-hearted Sadie and her sweet baby daughter. He’s always longed to put down roots and start a family. But how can he hope to keep Sadie’s trust when she finds out that his job is to arrest the brother she’s been looking for?
Includes the bonus novella A Wedding on Honeysuckle Ridge for the first time in print!
Falling in Love on Willow Creek by Debbie Mason is the third book in her Highland Falls series, and is a fun, quick, romantic book, but with some mystery and intrigue too!
At nine months pregnant, Sadie Grey is more interested in finding her younger brother, who’s hiding from the law, than worrying about her deadbeat ex-boyfriend. She returns to the idyllic town of Highland Falls, where her grandmother runs a store selling everything unicorn, to help her as they both try to find her brother.
When Sadie’s car slips on the road, and she simultaneously goes into labor, she’s relieved when a mysterious man named Michael, and his friend show up to help her give birth to her daughter. The man and his friend, disappear after the birth, but Sadie can’t forget his caring eyes and his instant love for her new baby.
Three months later, Michael (real name Chase) shows up in Highland Falls as a Park Ranger. Chase Roberts is an FBI agent, going undercover as a Park Ranger who is intent on finding out who murdered a county deputy sheriff, and he’s convinced Sadie’s brother is the key to finding the murderer. He must gain Sadies trust in order to find her brother, who holds the key to the deputy sheriff’s murder.
Falling in Love on Willow Creek is a delightful, intriguing, and sweet story set in an idyllic small town in North Carolina. It’s heartwarming and romantic, at the same time it’s intriguing and thrilling.
Debbie Mason is a talented writer and she paints the pictures clearly with her descriptions of Highland Falls and the townspeople. Her writing makes me want to move there and live in this small town with all the quirky characters and beautiful settings. (and a funny Golden Retriever, Finn). As this is the third book in a series, it’s still stand-alone, however, it makes me want to go back and read the first two books.
There is also a bonus novella included that I also enjoyed as it is an expanded epilogue for all the characters in the first three books of the Highland Falls series.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
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This sounds lovely, Wendy. I will add this one as I know my library will get it.
Thanks Carla. It is a lovely book.