An Amazon Best of the Year Selection
Blue Hollow Falls may be a small Blue Ridge Mountain town, but it’s big on love—and second chances . . .
When former barrel racer Cheyenne McCafferty left the circuit, she left her past behind too. Now, as part owner of Lavender Blue farm, she’s content rescuing and rehabbing horses, and growing a new business. She’s only got one regret: letting go of Wyatt Reed. When he professed his love, she was too young and foolish to know her heart. After that he disappeared. But when his beloved horse turns up on the auction block, Chey makes a bid and wins more than she bargained for . . .
Chey believed she was ready to face Wyatt again, to explain herself. But seeing the man he’s become, she’s unsure. Gone is the quiet, gentle boy she knew. In his place is a rugged, confident adventurer who’s seen the world. Yet the longer Wyatt sticks around, the clearer it is that the feelings of their youth aren’t so easily dismissed now that they’re adults. In fact, the timing may be just right to make the dreams they’ve shared under a firefly moon come true . . .
Praise for Donna Kauffman
“Readers will appreciate the wonderful sense of place, the well-rounded secondary characters and the deep emotion.”
—Bookpage, TOP PICK
“We all know where there's Donna Kauffman, there's a rollicking, sexy read chock‑full of charm and sparkle.”
“Charming characters, emotion galore, a small town—you’re going to love Donna Kauffman!”
Two former rodeo stars get a second chance at love in the sweet contemporary standalone that opens Kauffman's Firefly Lake series, spinning off her Blue Hollow Falls series. Cheyenne "Chey" McCafferty left the rodeo following the death of her brother in a bull-riding accident and has built a new life running a lavender farm with her three closest friends. Chey hasn't seen her childhood sweetheart, Wyatt Reed, since he professed his love to her 10 years prior in their teen years and she broke his heart by being too young and confused to reciprocate. When Wyatt unexpectedly shows up on the farm, invited by a mutual friend, sparks fly immediately, but Wyatt's newfound internet fame streaming video footage of his far-flung travels conflicts with Chey's contentment with her peaceful, stay-at-home life on the farm. They'll have to find a way to balance their different life goals with their desire for each other if they want to make their relationship work. Readers of the Blue Hollow Falls series will benefit from being up to speed on the preexisting friendships in this story, but even new readers will delight in the reacquainting of these friends turned lovers.
Absolutely loved & enjoyed it!
Under a firefly moon
It was a good story, but not worth $6.99. It was listed as $1.99 but charged $6.99.