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Publisher's Summary

Welcome to Heart Falls - a place for family, friends, and a second chance to fall in love. 

A stand-alone novel in a new trilogy by New York Times best-selling author Vivian Arend.

Wealthy rancher Finn Marlette’s move to Heart Falls to fix what went wrong between him and Karen Coleman just got complicated. Suddenly he’s got five months to get his new dude ranch up and running, or lose the place to a hated rival.

New agenda: Show up on Karen’s porch, tell her they belong together, and offer her a job.

After a lifetime of following the rules and other’s dreams, Karen’s determined to find her own path. The last thing she needs is to get involved with Finn again - it was only a secret fling, and she still fell hard.

But the summer job he offers is tempting - it’s a chance to work with men who truly appreciate her ranching skills. Finn’s determined to tempt her into remembering all the delicious sexual appreciation between them as well.

Wild horses can’t keep them apart, but sabotage and too many secrets might.

©2020 Arend Publishing Inc (P)2020 Arend Piublishing Inc

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This has to be one of my favorites from this author! A great story you can’t put down.

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The story was good the narrator was hard on my ears. The character voices seemed in consistent.

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I couldn't get through it. I tried. I wanted to like it.
For starters, Tatiana Sokolov has a very annoying cadence to her narration, making listening tedious. The story is predictable, unoriginal, and has little substance. I found the annoyance too much to get the romantic mood going.

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Love the Colman’s and listening to Karen and Finns story was amazing. When Finn needs help getting his dude ranch up and running he gos to Karen for help. You get so much going on from love and romance to secrets and sabotage. Great from start to finish. The narration was good.

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  • 05-11-21

Enjoyable to listen to

Enjoyable to listen to but not my favourite in this interlinked series. BOOK REVIEW 3.5 stars. I found it hard to be engaged with Karen and Finn at first. Until the truths started to be revealed and then I could understand. Zach and Finn being mentored and tested from the great beyond was entertaining and I think I enjoyed this part more than the connection between Karen and Finn. Lots of sex but the romance felt lacking and I didn’t feel any spark or heat between Karen and Finn. As ex-lovers I just expected more. We get cute snippets from the past and are not bogged down in jumping back in time which I appreciated. This may be down to not getting enough of either Finn or Karen’s thoughts in regards to the other. Finn knows he should not have let Karen go 5 years previously, but he really was in a tough place in all respects. Due to a nasty family crisis happening, things went off kilter big time. It just wasn’t the right time for them then. This circumstance could also be a bit of a trigger for some people. Karen, I could just never work out what she wanted. I think she allowed others and had put too much expectations on herself, so it didn’t give me a reason to support her. It was only right at the end when she was told the truth of why Finn had left and she started to make her own life choices that I liked her more. I love the games evening scene. Brilliant. I want to play. Lol So nice to attend Hannah and Brad’s wedding too and I thoroughly enjoyed all the interaction with the other characters throughout but hated that Braden gets away with his behaviour. It actually seems like he will be rewarded. This is my honest review of this book.