This autumn, warm your heart with ten fall-themed novellas from some of your favorite USA Today bestselling, national bestselling, and award winning Harlequin Superromance authors.
When the weather cools down, hearts heat up...
Bonfires aren't the only things warming up the night. Across the land, hearts are falling along with the leaves. Curl up with a pumpkin spice latte and warm your heart with ten tales of autumn love.
Foreword by Brenda Novak.
It Was You by Tara Taylor Quinn:
He has no problem respecting the fact that she is off limits...until the one night he does.
The Right Man by Heatherly Bell:
When one long planned dream day veers wildly off-course she must decide between the perfect wedding, or the right man.
Her Hometown Cowboy by Claire McEwen:
Falling for him wasn't part of her plan.
Meet Me in the Middle by Jo McNally:
She's used to playing it safe, but when her old crush comes cruising back into town, she might have to risk it all.
Outsider in a Small Town by Kristina Knight:
She may hold the keys to his heart...and his future.
If I Fall by Kris Fletcher:
What goes up must fall...in love?
Finding Harmony by Janet Lee Nye:
Jericho was the last place she wanted to be, but it was becoming the best place for her.
Perfect Fit by Angel Smits:
She never forgot her first love...and though he never measured up, neither did he.
Home to You by Dana Nussio:
Can a woman who ran from home and a man who never had it ever hope to discover that home really is a place for hearts?
Can't Help Falling in Love by Lisa Dyson:
She's career-oriented, and he's the one who just broke her boss's heart.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
So much fun I didn't want it to end!
My review is based on the novellas by Tara Taylor Quinn & Claire McEwen. It Was You by Tara Taylor Quinn At first I wasn't convinced that Robbie should give Colt a chance, but Tara Taylor Quinn did a good job of redeeming him. It Was You captures all of Robbie & Colt's raw emotions as they struggle to transition from close friends to something more. Her Hometown Cowboy by Claire McEwen I am a big fan of Claire McEwen and I've loved every book of hers that I've read. I loved Daisy & Nate's playful nature and the sweet moments that they shared. Her Hometown Cowboy is a very touching story and I really enjoyed it.
Falling for you has TEN novellas in it! They are longer than I would have expected so it is a great deal. They are also standalone stories however some do have characters from each of the authors own series. Since I’ve read some of the series, I really enjoyed “meeting” characters again. I had my favorites in the box set like It Was You, The Right Man, and Her Hometown Cowboy and that is NOT to say I didn’t enjoy the others. And Can’t Help Falling in Love made me shake my head…I can just picture this happening to two people! The Right Man by Heatherly Bell really showcased how if you don’t actually talk to one another, events can go horribly wrong. The great news is, once you do actually communicate, there is a spectacular chance of everything working out. Great reading for the “cooler” days! I really enjoyed the stories.
These are a set of 10 sweet novellas written by talented authors and the best thing, you get them at a great bargain. One of my favorite stories is The RIght Man , written by Heatherly Bell. The story centers around Jimmy and Trish. These two are former Army who met , became friends , lovers and fell in love. But as the wedding preparations developed, Trish and Jimmy were at odds and end up breaking up. It’s a sweet story about family, compromises, and the need to communicate and be compassionate. Sometimes we literally “miss the forest for the trees”. In this case, the wedding is not the most important thing, but rather the love and the commitment of two individuals that want to spend their lives together. I usually am not a fan of novellas ,but this one as well as the others , give us well developed characters and plot. I was gifted this copy. The opinions expressed are solely my own.