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Publisher Description

When Caroline's car is mistakenly stolen in a prank gone wrong, love is the last thing on her mind. She's on her way to meet the birth mother who gave her up thirty-five years ago, and she needs to reach her destination as soon as possible. She wants nothing to do with Levi, the handsome prankster responsible for her delay, but his offer to make amends by driving her seems the quickest option.

Unexpected circumstances further delay the long-awaited reunion, and Caroline soon finds herself depending on the charming stranger for more than just transportation.

As the mystery of her family origins continues to unfold, Caroline begins to examine her present life and consider what she wants for her future. Will learning the truth about her past help this divorced mother of two accept a new love and a new beginning for her and her children?

Welcome to Cedar Creek! This heartwarming Meet Cute tale of love and discovery is the first volume in Cedar Creek Families, a collection of stories about the people who live, love, and laugh in the small town of Cedar Creek.

April 30
Charbar Productions
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Frog tie ,

Loved this book.

My second book my Ms. Howe. I absolutely love her writing. This book was filled with so much emotions I could not put it down. I highly recommend buying.

Evieo17 ,


This is my first read from this author and I am in love. I enjoyed the book very much. It totally gave me the feels and I loved very minute of it. Would defend read more from this author.

RC1836 ,

Extraordinary well written story

I absolutely loved this book. Violet Howe did an amazing job of creating realistic believable characters in Caroline and Levi, her family and the many people in both their lives.
The story was multi faceted and sensitive subjects like adoption, divorce and love were handled with great care and finesse. I started this book and could not put it down till I came to the very satisfactory conclusion.

I received an advance reader copy via Booksprout.

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