Can she forgive the past or will she sacrifice her present?
When she finds herself sole legal guardian of her teenage sister and the heir of a significant fortune, Harper Maddox drops out of medical school to move back to her small hometown of Willow Creek, Georgia. Her return brings her face to face with Russell Hart (aka Cowboy), her fiercely independent and sexy first love who broke her heart three summers ago after gaining her wary trust.
Harper is determined to protect her heart and resist Cowboy’s allure, but when she decides to remodel and reopen her parents’ B&B, she must turn to the one man she was determined to ignore for advice and assistance. Cowboy proves to be a surprising ally and friend, and it’s only a matter of weeks before she finds herself falling for him all over again. He appears reformed, but Harper still questions his ability to fall in love.
Will Harper's fear of getting hurt outweigh a chance at true happiness?
Daring to Fall
This is a quick read with surprising twists and unforgettable characters. I like the format of one chapter about the past alternating with a chapter dealing with the present.
When the whole story of misunderstandings and fragile egos finally unfolds, true love emerges. How does a person deal with causing so much pain to a cherished loved one? How do two people get past the guilt each feels about the other?
Good read. I recommend this book for anyone who wants love, has lost love, or thinks he/she doesn’t deserve love.
Daring to Fall
Fun, heartfelt love story.