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Blue Hollow Falls

Blue Hollow Falls Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Amanda Ronconi
Series: Blue Hollow Falls Series, Book 1
Length: 10 hrs and 22 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (69 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

From her free-spirited mother, Sunny Goodwin learned the value of peace, love, and Jerry Garcia. The inheritance from the father she never knew? That's a little more complicated....

Sunny never expected to find herself owning a centuries old silk mill in the shadow of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains...or becoming a half-sister to a 10-year-old named Bailey. Once the shock subsides, she plans to cash in and head back home. But the overgrown greenhouse she finds on the property calls out to the gardener in her, and she senses Bailey's need for nurturing too....

And someone else is making it hard for Sunny to leave: Sawyer Hartwell, an Iraq War hero who wants to make the old mill a creative hub for the artisans of Blue Hollow Falls...and wants Sunny to share his vision, and his life. But sexy as this ex-soldier may be, she's not sure she's ready to give love a chance....

©2017 Donna Kauffman (P)2018 Tantor

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Lighthearted story for the start of a series.

I think I could listed to Amanda Ronconi read the telephone book (do they still print those?) and be entertained. Decent story that was a little predictable at times but possibly a good set up for a series. Lighthearted and easy listening for those times you like to listen to something while multitasking.

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Feminist grade: C DNF

step siblings falling in love. not really my thing. wish they wouldn't have been step sibblings.

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First book by this author

I liked the book and settings. I feel like occasionally something was skipped or left out because it felt like I missed something. Overall I liked the story and it was lightly steamy. Will try another of her books. So far I've liked everything Amanda Ronconi has read. She has a good southern drawl when needed, but not overly fake.

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A Good Listen

I enjoyed this book while driving a long distance...I enjoyed learning the characters, but at the same time, the story just seemed to languish. There were times it just needed to move forward, but in all it was a good listen

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fun story, interesting setting

enjoyable, characters and a cozy storyline. makes me curious about what happens next. warms my plant and romance loving heart.

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wasn't what I expected.

this was really a rather boring story. I would listen to Amanda Ronconi read a telephone book and that's kind of what it felt like. I skipped past 6 chapters and never felt like I missed a thing. Won't be getting the second one

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sweet and comforting

this wad was a great read with many different lines possible to follow each character's own story, I hope there's more

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OMG. Awful book

I have read all her series. Enjoyed them all. This book is the Worst Ever!!. So much boring dialog with the worst plot. It just never ended. Very painful! Amanda Roncini is the best narrator and still was awful. It had so much potential but just kept getting worse I will not read the rest

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