The girl next door is now the woman he’s falling for.
As her ten year high school reunion approaches, Becca Thompson feels the pinch of not accomplishing enough since graduation. Romance has been an even bigger bust. Longing for more, she decides to organize a fall harvest festival and community fundraiser on her family’s orchard. But Becca gets more than she bargained for when she asks her childhood friend to help. Suddenly her bestie is making her knees weak and her heart flutter.
Jason Fox is dedicated to his veterinarian practice and raising funds to make his dream animal shelter a reality. When he’s sidelined by an injury, he takes a break and returns home to Cupid’s Corner. But from the moment he sees Becca, everything's different. She’s no longer the young girl he picked apples and pumpkins with—she’s a self-reliant, beautiful woman.
Jason helps Becca with the festival, but the more time they spend together the harder it is to ignore the sparks. Can leaving the friend zone end in love or will it ruin everything?
I loved these characters and the fact that the author included dogs as a big part of the story was just the cherry on top. While the story was somewhat predictable it was also very refreshing. I loved Mr and Mrs. Valentine what a sweet couple they were hard not to love. I did not read the other books in the series so I can't tell you if there was any follow up on other characters. I like Stacy she jumped on the pages and seem to be a great sister and didn't take much from Jason she didn't give back. I liked that the author kept this book a clean read so that it would be suitable for all. Overall this book was a quick read and I really enjoyed it. I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
Charming and heartwarming
Laurie’s LeClair’s third book in the Cupid’s Corner series, Falling for Her, is one of the best “feel good” stories I’ve read in a long time. With the push/pull dynamics between Jason and Becca their HEA was fraught with ups and downs that seemed I surmountable at times. But through Ms LeClair’s masterful writing gift, the twists and turns the story took only lent a more romantic and heartwarming feeling to the story’s overall narrative.
I truly hope there will be more stories set in Cupid’s Corner as I seem to not be able to get enough of this charming town and it delightful residents.
This ARC book was complimentary, provided by the Publisher. I am voluntarily providing my honest review.