Falling for Leigh

Falling for Leigh

by Jennifer Snow

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781460339435
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 09/01/2014
Series: A Brookhollow Story , #3
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 368
Sales rank: 472,212
File size: 295 KB

About the Author

Jennifer Snow lives in Edmonton, Alberta with her husband and four year old son. She is a member of the RWA, the Alberta Writers Guild, Canadian Authors Association and SheWrites.org. Her first Brookhollow book was a finalist in the Heart of Denver Aspen Gold contest and the Golden Quill Award. More information can be found at www.jennifersnowauthor.com

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Falling for Leigh 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A book you will love until the end.
GwennieGwen More than 1 year ago
One of the most "real" books I have ever read! This book will make you laugh and cry - it will make you FEEL! Custody battle, ex-husband's new wife, infertility, writer's block, kids, holidays, broken bones....this book has it all! Logan Walters heads to the small town of Brookhollow, hoping to get past the writer's block and finish the last book of his current series. Leigh Norris lives and runs a day care next door to B&B where Logan is staying. While trying to help Leigh, Logan falls off a ladder and breaks his writing hand. The two begin bonding while Leigh helps Logan by typing his novel. Years of struggling with infertility that cost Leigh her marriage, has left her very closed and reserved. Throw in the fact that her ex-husband and his pregnant wife and children live in the same town and constantly asking Leigh to take on her boys, leaves Leigh with a very guarded heart. Unbeknownst to Leigh, Logan is in the middle of a custody battle for his daughter. Between the custody battle and the ever present deadline looming, Logan is very stressed and cold. Can these two wounded souls let down their guard and open themselves up to love?
DallasDunlavy More than 1 year ago
I just finished this book and thought it was wonderful.  The only thing I didn't like is that Leigh's parents were missionaries.  I did enjoy Leigh's grandmother pointing out that missionaries are selfish when it comes to their own children.  Highly recommended!
Cuppateabigbook More than 1 year ago
How It Made Me Feel:What a great, heartwarming and sweet story!  The storyline, plot, and scenery was absolutely wonderful and set up the book for wonderful and easy reading.  Logan, 'rewarded' for his help in trying to hang a sign, ends up with a broken wrist and only a few weeks for his novel to get to the publisher.  What a recipe for disaster!  Luckily for Logan, Leigh is there to help, albeit somewhat awkwardly and very slowly.  Their love story is one of mistakes, sweet encounters, and quiet moments, paired with the coming fall and an array of wonderfully thought out characters.  I loved reading this book and I can't wait to continue on in the series!  Leigh was an easy character to like right from the start.  Logan was not quite as agreeable, but I have to admit that he did, in fact, grow on me.  What I Thought Worked:I LOVED the setting in Brookhollow and the fall season.  It made it that much more real for me and I easily got lost in the pages.  The characters that lived in Brookhollow were so welcoming, true, and easy going, I felt like I was right back in a small town.  What I Thought Didn't Work:Every once in a while, I would get a bit confused, as if the story had either progressed rapidly, or I fell behind.  But I kept reading and it wasn't an issue that made me want to not finish it or dislike the book in anyway. Rating4.5 Stars Why It Got That Rating:I truely loved the book.  I didn't want it to end and I fell in love with Logan along with Leigh.  I loved their relationship and how they were with each other and I really loved the small town feel I experienced when reading it.  I would definitely recommend to someone. Who Would I Recommend To:I would recommend to someone who is used to small town living, someone who loves the slow and steady loves, or someone who is looking for a sweet romance. Last Impressions/Remarks:I loved the happy and satisfied feeling I had at the end of the book.  I definitely had emotional reactions throughout the book and I couldn't have wished for it to be any better.  
Laday2727 More than 1 year ago
That's it! I'm moving to Brookhollow! True to form, this book by Jennifer Snow is truly heartwarming. This is the second book I have read of the Brookhollow story set, and I have loved both of them! Every character, major or minor, is someone who I would want to be friends with. While the characters are wonderful to read, the conflict written into this story is pretty intense. Leigh's struggle to achieve that which she had wanted most in her life is quire emotional. While (thankfully) I have never experienced Leigh's situation, Jennifer did a great job of making it so easy to empathize with Leigh. Logan has a little bit of an edge to him, which was a nice addition to the story. The injection of characters like him makes the story more believable, and a nice contrast to the more wholesome surroundings. The interactions between Leigh and Logan were spread out perfectly throughout the story. I eagerly turned the pages, so excited to see their next encounter and how their feelings for each other evolved. Jennifer threw in a few twists that I was NOT expecting, especially towards the end. Speaking of endings, this one definitely left me smiling and looking forward to, hopefully, another glimpse into the lives of more Brookhollow residents! ***A copy of this book was provided in exchange for an honest review***