Falling In Love On Willow Creek by Debbie Mason | Book Review

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Falling In Love On Willow Creek by Debbie Mason | Book ReviewFalling in Love on Willow Creek by Debbie Mason
Also by this author: Christmas in Harmony Harbor, Primrose Lane, Christmas on Reindeer Road
Series: Highland Falls #3
Also in this series: Christmas on Reindeer Road
Published by Grand Central Publishing on June 29, 2021
Genres: Fiction / Romance / Clean & Wholesome, Fiction / Romance / Contemporary, Fiction / Sagas, Fiction / Small Town & Rural, Fiction / Women
Pages: 400
Format: eARC, Paperback
Source: Publisher
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ISBN: 9781538716984
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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!

I find Debbie Mason’s writing to be so appealing and right up my alley. Falling In Love On Willow Creek, third in the Highland Falls series, spoke to me on a very personal level. After reading this book I have also made the decision that I need to go back and read the first in the series. Afterall, I started with the second book, Christmas On Reindeer Road which I also LOVED.

Sadie Gray is about to be a single mom — by choice. You see, the father of her child is a trash bag. She is driving on Valentine’s Day when she gets caught on an icy road and goes into labor. As it turns out, FBI agent Chase Roberts is on that same mountain road. He is undercover as a park ranger, hoping to bring down a covert drug operation. Chase ends up delivering Sadie’s baby. From there, sparks fly between Sadie and Chase. However, it turns out that Chase is investigating Sadie’s brother but Sadie has no idea. When she finds out, it is going to go down.

Falling In Love On Willow Creek spoke to me so much more than I had expected it to. While I am not a single mom, at the time of reading, I had a newborn just like Sadie. Similar to Sadie, my newborn also barely slept and didn’t nap. Her character just really resonated with me — even though her family life is a mess. Ultimately, I found myself cheering for everything to work out for her and Chase. Oh, and did I mention my new baby’s name? Chase!

So yes, reading Falling In Love On Willow Creek felt so serendipitous. It helps that Debbie Mason is a wonderful writer with a knack for humor and unique side characters. At parts, this book is suspenseful what with the whole crime subplot. I loved this book and it is my favorite from Debbie Mason thus far.


five-stars
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April is in her 30s and created Good Books And Good Wine. She works for a non-profit. April always has a book on hand. In her free time she can be found binge watching The Office with her husband and toddler, spending way too much time on Pinterest or exploring her neighborhood.
About April (Books&Wine)

April is in her 30s and created Good Books And Good Wine. She works for a non-profit. April always has a book on hand. In her free time she can be found binge watching The Office with her husband and toddler, spending way too much time on Pinterest or exploring her neighborhood.

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