Sierra Falls

Contemporary

Book 1
Book 2

Sierra Falls book one

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Sierra Falls

Sierra Falls, California, is one of those sleepy towns that people choose to leave. Sorrow Bailey chose to stay behind, but has always yearned for more…

Family is important to Sorrow. She gave up her dreams to run the struggling family lodge. Even her name is a family relic, though lately it feels like a curse that might determine her fate. Things look up when she discovers a collection of letters from her three-times great grandmother and namesake, telling the story of a forbidden love affair.

Billy Preston is the new sheriff, a widower escaping the grief of his former life as a big city cop. He helps out after an accident at the Bailey lodge, and what begins as admiration for Sorrow’s quiet strength quickly becomes something much more. When Sorrow’s discovery brings fame to Sierra Falls, and her dreams of a better life are within reach, one too many “accidents” have Billy wondering whether someone is willing to kill to keep them off the map.

As the community pulls together, Sorrow takes a lesson from her ancestor’s letters: only in family, friends, and love do you find true joy.

"Tense mystery, family drama, and a rocking romance are set against a picturesque small mountain town with a seasoned history, strong memorable characters and a tale with a twist." Romantic Times

"...the quintessential gem of small town romances...perfect in every way...it's pure bliss finding the first book in a series that I enjoyed this much."  Romance Junkies

"A beautifully crafted blend of compelling characters and heartwarming romance. Veronica Wolff is a breathtaking storyteller."  Barbara Freethy, #1 New York Times bestselling author

"Engaging protagonists...enjoyable escapism."  Publishers Weekly

"Fans of contemporary romance will delight in Veronica Wolff's sexy, engrossing Sierra Falls ."  Jill Shalvis, USA Today Bestselling Author

"...a very sweet small town romance." Night Owl Reviews

Publisher: Berkley Sensation

Apr 3, 2012

ISBN: 978-0425247952