- File Size: 1263 KB
- Print Length: 268 pages
- Publisher: Paisleigh Aumack; 1 edition (June 28, 2017)
- Publication Date: June 28, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073H9WWVV
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #231,856 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By: Paisleigh Aumack
5 out of 5 stars
The story Love in Carson Falls (The Falls #1) by Paisleigh Aumack is a contemporary romance book. This is a beautiful story of two people who find each other and just maybe the reason they can move on from their past. This is the story of Arianna Morgan and River Bradshaw. Arianna never thought that she would find herself in the situation she is in. She finds herself beat down by life and needing to find a new place for herself. She finds her way to Carson Falls. River Bradshaw grew up in Carson Falls and thought that he had it all. Until life showed him how unpredictable it can be.. Now his days are filled with his job and taking care of his daughter. Then a stranger shows up in town and his world begins to change. What is in store for these two?
I quickly fell in love with this book and the characters of Arianna and River. The story is one that does start out heartbreaking and then goes on to show how a healing process begins. I have so much empathy for Arianna and the situation that she found herself in. With help, she has relocated to Carson Falls and quickly finds that the town is nothing like she is used to. The people are friendly and truly want to help each other. A couple of them immediately befriend Arianna. I have lived in both a large city and a small town and if truth be told I would take the small town over the large city any day. Arianna is also someone that wants to make her own way in life. Then she meets River. While their first meeting is a bit uncomfortable, they both find themselves seeing more of each other when Arianna agrees to teach piano to River’s daughter. She hasn’t felt this way about a man in a long time, will Arianna take a chance and see where a relationship with River could lead or will her past be too much of a hurdle to overcome?
River has grown up in Carson Falls and has made a life for himself there along with his daughter. While he goes about his normal routine the past is always there. Then he meets Arianna. She is new in town and she has a definite effect on him when they first meet. His thoughts are only of her and he starts to try to win her heart. What he finds is a woman what is haunted by the past and he does his best to assure her that he is someone she can trust. He is protective of her and sees it as his responsibility to make sure she feels safe. Will he be successful in winning over Arianna’s heart?
This is an awesome book about love, loss, and hope. It is the first book that I have read by the author and as this is book one in the series I know it will not be the last. She has written a story that will touch your heart and I found myself thinking about it long after I had finished. Find out if Arianna and River get their HEA! This book does include some scenes of violence, a sensitive subject matter, and adult situations. It would be for those 18 years of age or older.
Arianna is one tough lady to have to go through what she did to get what I call the rest of her life was a journey that I'm not sure I would have survived or to say the least I'd been in jail for murder. Once she gets to Carson Falls and just simply falls in love with the entire town - from the first person she meets they all reach out to her - it's like they see through her pain and are all bound to make it better.
River and Cadence are the best father and daughter you could ever meet and they both feel that special feeing upon meeting Arianna is as they call her Birdy, and their journey starts from there.
Loved, loved, loved it.
Arianna suffers a tremendous loss at the hand of the man she thought loved her. Escaping her loss and further damage to her soul, she runs to her friend, Penny, to start a new life in a small town in Tennessee. Experiencing definite culture shock, Ari is not expecting the level of compassion and friendship she receives in the small town. Determined to pull herself up and remake her life, she meets Thelma, who offers her a job. However she is really unprepared to meet River and his young daughter, Cady.
River is a doting, single father, who has experienced his own losses and seeks to give his little girl the best life he can. He is immediately attracted to Ari when he sees her. Cady's probably my favorite character, who doesn't love a feisty five year old that is wise beyond her years? Her dream is to take piano lessons, so lucky for her and River, Arianna is a classically trained pianist.
What follows is a beautiful story of the healing power of love, mixed with a bit of suspense and danger. Friendships show their true nature and I'm intrigued by Penny and Braxton and Jury and Rhett and their stories. River may be a true alpha male but the man has some serious romance in his soul and isn't afraid to go after what he wants. I anxiously await the next book in this series to get an up date on Ari and River and get the good on the next couple. An excellent debut.