Review: Falling in Love on Willow Creek by Debbie Mason

Single mom-to-be Sadie Gray will do anything to find her younger brother before the law catches up with him. Even if it means returning home to the small town of Highland Falls with a baby due any moment. But when that moment comes sooner than expected, and Sadie finds herself stranded on the top of a mountain—in labor--she couldn’t be more grateful for the park ranger who finds her and helps deliver her daughter safely. Soon they’ve formed a tight friendship, and while he may be hinting at more, Sadie isn’t planning to stick around after she finds her brother.

FBI agent Chase Roberts wasn’t looking for love when he agreed to go undercover as a park ranger to find an on-the-run informant. But he can’t help being drawn to beautiful, warm-hearted Sadie and her sweet baby daughter. He’s always longed to put down roots and start a family. But how can he hope to keep Sadie’s trust when she finds out that his job is to arrest the brother she’s been looking for?
Debbie Mason is one of those authors that I feel write just for me. Now I know that's not true but I'm still going to believe that. It's my story and I'm sticking with it. Even when her characters make me want to yell at them I'm still loving them. It's a real talent to have. 

I really enjoyed Falling in Love on Willow Creek. Both Sadie and Chase are such great characters. The wall he helps her and just melts for her baby daughter is just so great. I spent a lot of my time while reading the book both laughing feeling for poor Sadie who felt her daughter hated her. As a parent, we all know the feeling. What really cracked me up is how everyone else in town felt she was a demon child too. What that is all but Chase. For him for the most part she was a happy baby. 

I think that these two trusted each other deep inside and you see it in everything thing they did for each other. They are both good people and you want the best for them. 

I understood why Sadie wanted to both protect and kill her own brother for what he was doing. You can see how torn she was. She didn't want to keep things for Chase but also wanted to take care of her family. I loved how Chase felt he had to do his job but couldn't or wouldn't do it with helping her and her family too. 

I can say that this one has been one of my favorite books in the series. I would say that that's saying a lot but unfortunately, I say that for every book she writes. I also do feel they are my favorites until the new one comes out that is.

If you haven't yet read her before this is the perfect series to start with. So many great characters that you'll fall in love with. Any of you read her?



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