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Blake and I are just friends. That’s right, just best friends. It doesn’t even matter that he’s perfect boyfriend material, because he’s way out of my league and a permanent resident of the friend zone.
When my ailing grandpa asks me to come and take care of him, I don’t think twice about it. Moving back home seems like the perfect idea after a career-ending injury that left me with a prosthetic leg. That is, until I arrive and my plans to lay low crumble faster than an old taco shell. First of all, Grandpa’s new obsession with Zumba classes proves that he doesn’t need my help at all. Becoming a substitute PE teacher at the same school my best friend Blake works at wasn’t part of the plan either.
So what if he’s insanely hot and sweet and has got abs The Rock would be jealous of? To me, he’s just Blake Wilson, the guy I’ve known for over a decade and share all my secrets with. Okay, so maybe there is one teeny tiny secret I’m not telling him, but a girl can have some privacy, right?
Nothing exciting ever happens in my hometown, so Gwinnie Fletcher—former swim star and my gorgeous best friend—moving back is quite the shock. After everything she’s been through these past few years, asking her to help coach the swim team might be a stretch, but we need her. Five seasons of failing to secure a spot in the state finals means desperation.
Ironically, while she keeps us from drowning in losses, I seem to be floating straight into a pool of feelings for her. Too bad she only cares about swimming and not about leaving the friend zone with me.
The bad boy and the golden girl have traded places…
I’m back in Harvest Hollow after ten years to prove a point and to even a few scores. I’ve opened a new bar, and anyone expecting the old sweet and shy Jolie McGraw to be running it is in for a shock.
I’m not the only one who’s changed: when the sheriff comes to tell me I’m the prime suspect in the most ridiculous crime in town history, it’s none other than Lucas Cole, the former star of my teenage stress dreams, wearing the badge.
Seriously? The smack-talking punk I was forced to tutor in math is now one of the town’s most upstanding citizens? This isn’t what I had in mind for turning the tables on my former tormentors.
I blow him off…until I meet the niece he’s raising. I see so much of my younger self in her. But when I agree to help when she needs a woman in her life, Lucas uses it as a chance to build a case that he’s the man I need in mine.
That’s a hard no. No to love. No to Lucas.
But when Harvest Hollow’s nosiest forces combine to push us together, I’m not sure my heart stands a chance.
A story of three sisters, a mother's last wish, and a family heirloom that could change the course of their lives.
Just as Joanna "Jo" Thompson starts to mend her heart after a long divorce, life throws her an unexpected curveball. The news of her mother's passing brings her back to the small town of Alpine Falls, Washington, a tranquil sanctuary nestled amid captivating landscapes. Amid the shared grief and the blossoming bond with an old friend, Jo navigates her emotions and considers a leap of faith toward her unfulfilled dreams. She rediscovers her passion in the art studio of her youth and the opportunity to showcase her talent at the revered Art Walk on the Falls ignites new possibilities. However, an intriguing keepsake from their mother's past, stirs emotions and unveils possibilities the Thompson sisters never anticipated. Could this cherished memento guide them toward a future they never dared to envision? Including love?
Meet the Thompson sisters of Alpine Falls.
Joanna, the creative spirit finding her footing.
Amanda, the ambitious marketing executive.
Brittney, the youngest, cradling a secret close to her heart.
United in grief and inspired by their past, they face an uncertain future. Despite their chosen paths, they discover that sisterhood, much like the entrancing charm of Alpine Falls, remains untouched by time and distance. Will the return to their roots and the memory of their mother lead the Thompson sisters toward surprising new chapters?