Debbie Mason’s ‘Falling in Love on Willow Creek’ Reminds Us That Communication is the Key to a Successful Relationship [REVIEW]

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Dreams come true in picturesque Highland Falls. (Photo courtesy Canva)

She’s the sister who will stop at nothing to find her runaway brother. But another man is determined to catch up to him first. When their paths cross on a mountain top, which one will come out victorious? Find out in Debbie Mason’s third visit to Highland Falls, Falling in Love on Willow Creek.

Debbie Mason's FALLING IN LOVE ON WILLOW CREEK
Forever

Sadie Gray is about to be a mom, literally. She could pop at any moment. But first she needs to find her little brother before the law does. So she sets off for her hometown of Highland Falls, North Carolina in search of her sibling.

Then the baby comes early, and she goes into labor while stranded alone on top of a mountain. Thankfully a handsome park ranger finds her and delivers her daughter, and the two of them become fast friends. Yet while he’d love to be more than that, Sadie doesn’t intend to stay in town.

There’s another fly in the ointment that Sadie doesn’t know about—that park ranger is actually undercover FBI agent Chase Roberts, who is hunting down an on-the-run informant, who just happens to be her brother. When Chase took the assignment, he never planned to fall in love with a new mother and her baby girl, let alone his prey’s sister! What’s a man to do?

Falling in Love on Willow Creek is the kind of sweet story you’ll want to curl up with and savor on a rainy day. From the small town setting to the varied, interesting residents who inhabit the community, this is a tale that will steal your heart.

Mason crafts a romantic novel that will have you cheering on Sadie and Chase, hoping that they will both let love into their lives. This story also reminds us that communication is what matters most in any relationship, and it can help the book’s protagonists overcome any obstacle they face.

This story actually reminded me a lot of how my husband and I first met and the excitement we had discovering new love and how wonderful it was finding someone who truly understood me. That’s a gift to treasure, and Mason conveys these emotions and ideas with a deft hand. The result is a novel that you simply won’t want to put down until you’ve turned the very last page.

Don’t worry though, if you fly through this book too quickly, Mason has other novels in this series as well as other stand alone novels to enjoy. But first, pack Falling in Love on Willow Creek in your carry on as you set out for your next vacation. Or just kick back in your recliner and let Mason transport you to Highland Falls. I guarantee you’ll relish the trip. Enjoy your journey!

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Debbie Mason is the USA Today bestselling author of small-town romance. Her Highland Falls series is set in picturesque North Carolina and reflects her love of all things Scottish.

Her books have been praised by RT Book Reviews for their “likeable characters, clever dialogue, and juicy plots.”

When Debbie isn’t writing, she and her husband love spending family time with their three grown children and two adorable granddaughters who live nearby in Ottawa, Canada. 

For more information, visit AuthorDebbieMason.com, like her on Facebook, and follow her on Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram. 

FALLING IN LOVE ON WILLOW CREEK
By Debbie Mason
400 pp. Forever. $8.99.

Order Falling in Love on Willow Creek direct from Jathan & Heather Books or from one of these other fine online retailers: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, Half Price Books, Hudson Booksellers, IndieBound, Powell’s, Target, or Walmart.

About Heather Fink
Heather Fink is a writer, bibliophile and award-winning librarian who loves to introduce the next generation of readers to the wonderful world of books. She currently resides in Texas.

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