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The Trouble In Willow Falls (Willow Falls Series) Paperback – November 8, 2019
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"Small towns can be the scene of big dreams, high drama, and unforgettable romance. This is certainly the case in Willow Falls. Filled with colorful characters and unexpected turns, The Trouble in Willow Falls is a story you won't want to miss." Ann Tatlock, author of A Room of My Own
"Pat Nichols weaves a story with characters who dig deep into your soul. The Trouble in Willow Falls catches on the wind and brushes through your heart." Cindy K. Sproles, author of Mercy's Rain and Liar's Winter
"The Trouble in Willow Falls is filled with your favorite characters from the first book as the saga continues. I love this small town." Ane Mulligan, award-winning author of the bestselling Chapel Springs series.
About the Author
- Publisher : Guiding Light Women's Fiction (November 8, 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 320 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1645262715
- ISBN-13 : 978-1645262718
- Item Weight : 1.04 pounds
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,946,224 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Plans have been made to try and revive Willow Falls and turn it into a tourist mecca. However, making plans is easy, but following through with them brings many challenges. The townspeople have their work cut out for them to make the necessary improvements and some locals are not happy having outsiders join in to help. But it is not all work and no play, and readers who enjoy romance will find plenty to smile about.
We are treated to such vivid descriptions of Willow Falls that it is almost like being there. The people we meet are well fleshed out and I’d love to check into the inn, head over to the diner, and spend time chatting with them.
While reading the first book is not a prerequisite to enjoying this one, it would give you a head start in knowing the characters and understanding the direction this series is going.
I am anxiously awaiting the third book in this series.