Then There Was You

Then There Was You

by Miranda Liasson

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Welcome to Angel Falls, a small-town so delightful even enemies can't help falling in love in this "emotional, heartwarming romance you can't put down." (Lori Wilde, New York Times bestselling author)
Angel Falls is the last place Sara Langdon wants to be. Her hometown may be charming, but it's also filled with memories of her "wedding-that-never-was." Yet Sara's grandmother needs her, and joining her dad at his medical practice gives Sara time to figure out what she wants for her future. But when her first patient turns out to be Colton Walker, the man who sabotaged her wedding, Sara starts to wonder if she'll ever be able to escape her past.

As police chief, Colton Walker is devoted to his small town, and he's equally determined to avoid its newest resident. He and Sara have always gotten along like oil and water, and since the bachelor party incident, he's her Enemy #1. But after sharing an unexpected--and unexpectedly hot--kiss, Colton starts to wonder if the woman he's always fighting with is the one he should be fighting for.

Praise for Miranda Liasson: "Liasson will make you laugh and melt your heart in this can't miss read."-- Marina Adair, #1 bestselling author of Summer in Napa
"Ably tugs at the heartstrings with this poignant contemporary"--Publishers Weekly
"Then There Was You was captivating and unputdownable."-- Under the Covers
"A delightful and sexy small-town tale of love lost and found!"--Fresh Fiction
What readers are saying about Then There Was You
"I absolutely adored this. It was a wonderful story filled with so much heart and love that completely filled me up. Excellent read!"
"This story warmed my heart...I loved the quirky small-town vibe and the characters' strong sense of family."
"Then There Was You is perfect for someone who enjoys romances in a small town setting. It was engaging from the beginning and above all, sweet and cozy."
"Full of heart, sharp one-liners and some definite tear-worthy moments."

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781455541799
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 05/29/2018
Series: Angel Falls , #1
Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 34,510
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Miranda Liasson loves to write stories about everyday people who find love despite themselves, because there's nothing like a great love story. And if there are a few laughs along the way, even better! She's a Romance Writers of America Golden Heart winner and an Amazon bestselling author whose heartwarming and humorous small-town romances have won accolades such as the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence and have been Harlequin Junkie and Night Owl Reviews Top Picks.

She lives in the Midwest with her husband and three kids in a charming old neighborhood which is the inspiration for many of the homes in her books.

Miranda loves to hear from readers! Find her at, or on Twitter @mirandaliasson. For information about new releases and other news, feel free to sign up for her newsletter at

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Then There Was You 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 30 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Touching love story
gaele More than 1 year ago
Back in town to care for her aging Grandmother, and taking a place in her father’s medical practice after Colombia, Sara never thought she’d ne back in the place that held so many difficult memories. Her engagement fell apart two days before the wedding when her fiancé slept with the “cake girl”, and she’s not been able to eat cake since. His best friend, Colton, the bane of her teenaged years, also is to blame in her mind – with the added resentment for his relentless teasing, so she’s determined to ignore him, or not run into him: whichever comes first. Colton is all grown up now, and is the Police chief in Angel Falls. His childhood was a difficult one, his parents died when he was young, and he and his younger sister had to move in with his grandmother. He’s realized that his treatment of Sara was wrong, and can’t blame her when her reaction to him is less than warm. Together the two are a big pile of unexpected: Sara still holds a boatload of insecurities and hurt, but she can’t help but see that Colton has matured and perhaps he’s not quite the despicable being she believed him to be. Colton, for his part, believes he just wants to be friends, friendly and nothing more, but he can’t quite seem to get Sara out of his mind. Despite the two being adults, the early stages of their romance is very sweet as they start to see one another as they are now. Of course, others in the story see the two of them as well-matched, and the lovely moments with secondary characters and family members add layers of understanding to the personalities here. Sara’s grandmother, newly diagnosed with dementia is particularly telling – the laughter and sadness that weigh on everyone, and the real enjoyment in company of family, friends and the little town that shines through. A lovely, sweet story that brings plenty of atmosphere and small town ‘everyone knows your history’ flair to readers. I received an eArc copy of the title from the publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.
Anonymous 9 days ago
Great love story . Life shows us what we need if we just take our time . Things happen for a reason and everything will be OK!
Anonymous 19 days ago
Shelley Murray More than 1 year ago
I love a good enemies to lovers romance, because both hate and love require such passion, and there can be such a fine line between the two. After all, the opposite of love isn't hate, it's indifference. And so much of the animosity between Sara and Colton seems to stem more from misunderstandings and fear than from actual dislike of each other. This book was like rolling in enemies to lovers catnip and it was g-l-o-r-i-o-u-s. If you've read others reviews I've written, you'll see me say over and over again that the best romance novels are based on more than just the relationship between the lead characters; they also feature personal growth on the part of one or both main characters as well as featuring storylines around and development of the relationship between the lead characters and the other people in their lives. Miranda Liasson gives the reader so much of this in Then There Was You, and it's beautiful. Sara comes home to be with her aging grandmother, who is suffering from dementia and they're losing her a bit at a time, so Sara and her family have to deal with what that's like. Sara and her siblings also lost their mother to cancer when Sarah was a preteen, and there are several aspects of the storyline dealing with Sara and her younger sister Gabby and their quest to find ways to be closer to their deceased mother, as well as Sara and her relationship with her stepmother. She also joined her Dad's family medical clinic when she moved home, so that's a whole other familial relationship to navigate and grow. Then there's the whole matter of her fiance leaving her 2 days before their wedding the year before... And that's just Sarah, and that's not everything! Then there's Colton, whose police father was shot while on duty when he was young, then his mother drank herself to death leaving him in the care of his grandmother and to take care of his 12-years-younger sister - who is now 18 and a woman on the cusp of adulthood. Drama drama drama. Needless to say, this isn't "just a sex book," and anyone who tries to tell you that romance novels are shallow or meaningless, this is one to throw at their head and be like "Try actually READING a romance novel before you decide they don't talk about any real, deeper issues." That being said, this book has some very hot sex scenes as well. I also love how completely open, candid and natural Sara and Colton are with each other - their chemistry is amazing and hot but at the same time so comfortable and down to earth. And then one of them would say or do something that would set the other one's insecurities off and it would be sparks and catfighting all over again, and it was hot and cold like hot caramel over ice cream. YUMMY. Then There Was You is the first book in the Angel Falls series and can be read as a stand alone. From the blurb online, it looks like the second book, The Way You Love Me, will be about Sara's sister Gabby, who is a side-character in this book.
JaneN17 More than 1 year ago
Engaging!! One of my favorite genres is enemies to lovers romances and this one was pretty good! I enjoyed the angst and conflict that went on between Colton & Sara and when they finally gave into their feelings it was perfect! This was a new author to me and I WILL be reading checking out her other books!
Cynthia181 More than 1 year ago
Beautiful I received a copy of this book from the author, I was not required to give a favorable review. This was another beautiful story from Miranda. The closeness of the families in this story brought out in this story have feel everything that everyday people in life have to go through. The ups and down. With some many adults having to deal with a family members who are getting older. Sara is dealing with the break up with her ex a year ago and has come home to help take care of Nonna. Colton is the boy who was the town jock in high but now he is Chief of Police and her ex's friend. But he always stepped aside for his friend now is the chance to show her he is a great guy. I loved it from start to finish.
arubaqueen More than 1 year ago
I so enjoy Ms. Liasson's books and when I saw she was starting a new series, I was very excited. She didn't disappoint at all in this first book and I will be anxious to read the next. Sara and Colton have a history, not a good one at that. We find out there's been some misunderstandings as well as some manipulation from others. Colton's teenage years weren't stellar but Sara finds out how he's really changed. Add in Sara's family, Colton's teenage sister and there are some really fun moments. Watching these two start to overcome their past and learn to trust and love each other makes this book a quick and enjoyable read. I received an ARC and am voluntarily leaving my honest review.
EverAfterBookReviews More than 1 year ago
Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! I LOVED. THIS. STORY. So much. It is charming, sweet, fun and the sexual tension between our hero and heroine is so intense that it’s entertaining. The author begins this story with such detailed narrative that the entire town and all of it’s characters just come to life. It’s an introduction to Sara’s reluctant return to her hometown and Colton’s rightful avoidance of Sara. It breathes life in to the picture-perfect town of Angel Falls, and it sets the scene for what turns out to be a beautiful romance. Sara and Colton are perfect for one another, but neither one of them know it. As Sara struggles to find confidence in herself and her situation, and Colton tries his hardest to stay clear of her, fate has a different plan and continues to bring them together. And after they (FINALLY) share a steamy kiss, their romance takes off. It’s so much fun. It’s an endearing story that is engaging and realistic. It has its humorous moments and sparks of passion. It’s everything you want and expect from a contemporary romance novel such as this. The author also does a fantastic job of laying the groundwork for some of the secondary characters in her future books of the series (yes!). If you’re looking for an all around charming and fun romance, this is definitely the book for you. ***I voluntarily read a copy of the book generously offered by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and feelings are my own***
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you’re looking for a sweet love story, then you won’t be disappointed with this book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a cute and quick read.
Jennann3 More than 1 year ago
Dr. Sara Langdon never wanted to return to Angel Falls after being jilted at the alter by Tagg. Forgoing a prestigious internship, Sara returns home as her grandma needs her. Sara's father, also a doctor, has his own practice in Angel Falls. While he's offered her a position while she's back, she doesn't really feel as though he "wants" her to join his practice. Dr. Langdon pressures Sara to pursue another internship, but she's not really sure what she wants. But Sara knows she doesn't want to see Colton Walker, the man she blames for the demise of her almost wedding and the one who tormented her relentlessly as a teen. Colton Walker grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After losing both parents, his dad in the line of duty, Colton puts his dreams aside to stay in Angel Falls to help raise his sister. Colton, now the Chief of Police of Angel Falls, has never understood why Sara blames him for the demise of her wedding, but enjoys riling her up. He's always had a secret crush on her, but she was always involved with Tagg--his best friend. When Sara returns to town, Colton sets out to prove he's changed and not the same bully she learned to despise. Miranda Liasson weaves her stories so that they are completely believable and relatable. Her characters deal with real-life issues and the consequences. Dementia is so devastating and to have a beloved family member slowly lose pieces of themselves is truly heartbreaking. Although there were sad moments, there were several funny, uplifting ones too. I truly felt like a part of the family durning family dinners! As a stepmom, I also loved Sara's acceptance of her stepmom. Very touching! I read a gifted copy of this novel and all opinions stated are my own.
_NormaJean More than 1 year ago
I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. Ms. Liasson has written a poignant story of family and second chance/friends-to-lovers. Dr. Sara Langdon had no plans to return to Angel Falls, the small town where she grew up, after being jilted by her husband-to-be right before their wedding, but her grandmother needs her. She returns to Angel Falls to help care for her grandmother who has Alzheimer’s. She joins her father’s medical practice and works in the ER of the local hospital. Her first patient in the ER is none other than Colton Walker, Angel Falls Chief of Police and the one person Sara never wanted to cross paths with again. She blames him for her wedding being called off. Thus begins a contentious relationship between the two. Angel Falls is a typical small town where there are no secrets. Everyone knows everyone else’s business. Sara and Colton can’t help but run into each other. The tension between the two of them could be cut with a knife. The premise of this book and the characters are believable. It really hit home for me as I was caretaker for my mother and my mother-in-law who both had Alzheimer’s. The closeness of the Langdon family and the loving way they cared for Nonna warmed my heart. Ms. Liasson never disappoints. I loved this first in series book and am looking forward to reading the next book in the series.
_NormaJean More than 1 year ago
I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. Ms. Liasson has written a poignant story of family and second chance/friends-to-lovers. Dr. Sara Langdon had no plans to return to Angel Falls, the small town where she grew up, after being jilted by her husband-to-be right before their wedding, but her grandmother needs her. She returns to Angel Falls to help care for her grandmother who has Alzheimer’s. She joins her father’s medical practice and works in the ER of the local hospital. Her first patient in the ER is none other than Colton Walker, Angel Falls Chief of Police and the one person Sara never wanted to cross paths with again. She blames him for her wedding being called off. Thus begins a contentious relationship between the two. Angel Falls is a typical small town where there are no secrets. Everyone knows everyone else’s business. Sara and Colton can’t help but run into each other. The tension between the two of them could be cut with a knife. The premise of this book and the characters are believable. It really hit home for me as I was caretaker for my mother and my mother-in-law who both had Alzheimer’s. The closeness of the Langdon family and the loving way they cared for Nonna warmed my heart. Ms. Liasson never disappoints. I loved this first in series book and am looking forward to reading the next book in the series.
Suze-Lavender More than 1 year ago
Sara has returned to Angel Falls. Her hometown brings back a lot of sad memories, but she's willing to undergo the heartache because her family needs her. Her Nonna has always been there for Sara and her siblings and it's time to do something back now that her beloved grandmother isn't as strong as she used to be. Working as a doctor in a small town means answering plenty of painful questions, but Sara's Nonna is worth it. Sara was abandoned by her fiancé just before her wedding and the man she blames for it is the local chief of police. Colton is her ex-fiancé's best friend and Sara lost everything because of something he organized. She doesn't think she'll be able to forgive him, but can she live in the same town as this man while holding a grudge? Colton knows everyone in Angel Falls. He's there for people who need him. He keeps an eye on troubled teenagers and helps seniors who don't have anyone strong to lend them a hand. He risks his life for others and that is a family trait. Colton isn't happy that Sara is back in town. She loathes him and he dislikes her very much after everything that happened between them. However, when they are together sparks fly. Is there a way they can change the way they feel about each other. What will happen when they kiss and make up? Then There Was You is a beautiful romantic story. Sara is smart, capable, organized and determined. I loved her fiery personality. She used to be insecure, but is learning to stand up for herself. I admired how she gains confidence and enjoyed watching her transform into a wise woman who gives everyone who deserves it a piece of her mind. Sara constantly challenges Colton. He's a true gentleman, but he isn't used to having feelings for a woman and doesn't know how to handle the situation with Sara. They're a passionate couple and their journey isn't without obstacles. They fight, they make up and they fight again. There's plenty of chemistry and I couldn't wait to find out if they'd realize they're each other's one true love before having one fight too many. Miranda Liasson knows how to write a brilliant love story. I like the way she describes emotions, she clearly understands them and that makes all of her scenes incredibly fascinating. She combines wonderful feelings and plenty of interesting layers with an amazing small town setting. Angel Falls is an adorable town. I loved the inhabitants, the buildings, the community spirit and the captivating friendships and family. Then There Was You is a gorgeous story filled with heartwarming love and affection. I highly recommend this terrific book.
sbart84 More than 1 year ago
An awesome start to a new series, set in the small town of Angel Falls. Dr Sara has returned home to help with grandmother, who has dementia. She is going to work in the same practice as her dad. She has recently broken up with her cheating fiancee. The sexy town sheriff, Colton has always liked Sara but they have a past history, a mere miscommunication. Colton doesn't do forever and Sara is not ready to open her heart again, can they go from past enemies to friends to lovers? Loved these characters, both very likeable and family oriented. Family is very important to both. Loved the building romance between the two of them, oh that first kiss! Can't wait to revisit this town in the next book. I highly recommend this book.
JennieF More than 1 year ago
ARC for honest review with no compensation received from NetGalley. 4.5 stars Then There Was You is book 1 of the new series Angel Falls and a great way to start! Colton and Sara have been enemies ever since her disaster of a wedding that never took place and she blames Colton her ex fiancé best friend only she doesn't know the whole story... Now that Sara has come back to town to help care for her grandmother and join her dad in his medical practice the first patient she has to see is none other than Colton..but with all the old feelings being stirred up and her hate/attraction to Colton can she put the past behind her and open up to the attraction or will she just never let the past go??
tiggeruoSO More than 1 year ago
Sara has come home to help her Nonna who has dementia and now it seems to be getting worse. Her first time in the ER and she runs into the one person she truly hates. Colton heard she was back in town but seems like maybe avoiding each other would be best. But it seems that other forces might have options. Can they live in the same town and get along or will the past be to much? I loved this book, I loved how nothing was held back. This is such a sweet love story. I can relate to Sara as having a family member who has dementia, that being said even if that's not the case the characters were so down to earth and I really felt like I could relate with any of them. I loved how the author had a way of getting to the heart and also had fun moments throughout. I loved Carmen she was just the constant icebreaker throughout and you truly never knew what was coming out of her mouth. This book does have some adult language/scenes but was a super fun read. I truly loved this book and I am not sure if this will become part of a series but if it does I can't wait for more. You really can't go wrong with this amazing love story. I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley, I was under no obligation to post a review and have given my honest opinion.
Lorizen More than 1 year ago
Another great story from Miranda. When Sara goes home to help look after her beloved Nonna who was recently diagnosed with Alzheimers, she joins her father in his medical practice, also working in the local ER. One of her first patients that night was none other than the man she felt ruined her future. Colton, now the town police chief (and uber hot) but then her fiancée's best men and the one who didn't stop him from sleeping with the party cake girl Val. In fact her ex and Val were still together. Sara and Tagg had plans; med school, fellowships, a future, family, kids and even dog. That all went to hell and she blamed Colt for every single lousy thing that happened. She went on to finish school, winning a coveted award and had options for a fellowship but when Nonna needed her, she returned home. She tried to pass off Colt's chart that night but it was a no go and she decided to face him. Colt looked a little scared, but Colt's obnoxious behavior overrode every single thing in the room. Still an ass with a mouth that never stopped busting Sara's chops you'd think as grown ups and him being the Chief of Police in their small town he'd have learned to shut it but no. Sara got her licks in too, but the two just seemed to live to egg each other on and make each other angry. There as a lot Sara didn't know about that night of the bachelor party and at some point Colt knew he'd tell her. Question was when. Sara's Nonna loved Colt and both families got along really well. Sara's brother and Colt were good friends and Colt did his best to take care of everyone in town. It was the small behind the scene things that no one saw that he did that made him such a great person and hard to stay mad at. It took these two a while to adjust to each other and for Sara to adjust to working with her father. Then there was a lot of past that Colt had never shared with Sara and she with him that came out. This story had a lot of side characters and little stories that kept things moving and of course everyone had an opinion. I loved Nona. She was a peach. While her disease was very early onset, there were times when you just had to laugh because she knew darn well what she was doing especially when it came to Colt and Sara. Toward the end of the story Tagg makes a token appearance, why I don't know. It wasn't necessary to the plot. Seriously it wasn't. The other thing I wished that there wasn't so much time spent on the inner dialogue of the two main characters. It was a tad distracting for me as a reader. The big question is does all end well for these two? Does Sara take flight to another job as Colt so often feared she would or would she stay? There are a few other loose ends that were left, that I'm sure we'll see in upcoming books and I can't wait. This was a great read and I'd read it again. **arc from NetGalley and Publisher for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.**
ljtljtljt More than 1 year ago
Then There Was You, is the first book from Miranda Liaason's brand new series Angel Falls. It is an enemies to lovers story with two main characters that are genuine and addicting. Dr. Sara Landon is a bright and advantageous woman, returning home to look after her beloved grandmother who is suffering from Alzheimer's. Joining her father's medical practice will be quite challenging, because he is very set in his ways and he may be reluctant to trust her new modern methods. Colton Walker, the police chief of Angel Falls, has crushed on Sara since high school, even when she was dating and subsequently engaged to his best friend. Sara was jilted two days before her wedding and continues to blame Colton for the entire debacle. I truly liked this small town romance. The primary characters are easy to identify with and the secondary characters are engaging and delightful. I found myself cheering for Sara and Colton to work through their misgivings and find their happily ever after with each other. Although this book is part of a series, it can be completely enjoyed as a standalone. Complimentary copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley.
AboutThatStory More than 1 year ago
I absolutely adored this. It was a wonderful story filled with so much heart and love that completely filled me up. Excellent read! Fun fact: the cover pulled me in. Seriously how cute is it? Then the synopsis got me because I love tension and animosity between characters so I was really excited about what was to come and I was not disappointed. I loved this so much. Colton and Sara were the best. They were great characters, genuine and hard working and so caring. They had this great antagonism happening that had me smiling and truly enjoyed watching them connect and work through everything. I loved learning their histories and see who they were, who they are, and who they're growing to be. There's a a nice amount of tension and a bit of mild drama but it's really sweetness and fun. It was just so incredibly entertaining as they went through all their ups and downs, I couldn't get enough. This was so much more than this budding relationship between Colton and Sara. It's about family, friendships, and really connecting and opening up. There were so many amazing details making this one extraordinary story. It was like all the smaller stories woven in were giving the main couple a run for their money because honestly, I loved them just as much. It was all so well thought out. The secondary characters were really wonderful, helping to create some touching and emotional scenes that really pulled at my heart strings. The story was so wonderful and really liked the build as Colton and Sara come together. It had such a great pace giving me just what I need at just the right time. This was sweet and loving and funny and just full of so much heart. I am so glad the adorable cover caught my eye and I decided to try a new-to-me author. This was just what I needed and I enjoyed every second! Complimentary copy received for honest review.
D-does-reviews More than 1 year ago
Give me a book with great characters, a well developed storyline and a small town setting reminiscent of my own small town and I’m a very happy bookaholic. Sara, our heroine, is filled with trepidation because returning to the scene of her humiliation puts her in close proximity to the man she holds responsible for ruining her life. Colton, her ex-fiancé’s best friend and the town’s police chief, is loved by one and all in Angel Falls, and that infuriates Sara to no end. The entire town is witness to Sara’s humiliation and Colton’s regret which is one of the reasons why small town dynamics are so appealing to me. Add in the drama of family dynamics and a whole town full of well meaning busybodies and there’s nothing more to do but sit down and enjoy the fireworks. It is said that there’s a fine line between love and hate, and I so enjoyed watching these two delightful characters dance around each other before fate finally helps them take the plunge into love. I read an early copy of this book through NetGalley and all opinions expressed in my voluntary review are completely my own.
Ruza65 More than 1 year ago
Then There Was You is the 1st book in the Angel Falls Series. This is an emotionally filled story with characters that will melt your heart. You have the boy who loves to irritate/tease the girl throughout H.S. because he likes her, and missed opportunities. I love Dr. Sara Langdon and Police Chief Colton Walker story. You will laugh, cry, and swoon over their story. I volunteered to review an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
mamalovestoread22 More than 1 year ago
Sara Langdon has her doubts about returning home to Angel Falls, it is a place that holds a lot of hurtful memories that she doesn't really want to drudge up from her past, nor face the man at the center of said memories. But her grandmother has just been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, and needs her help, so that takes priority over her painful past. But once she is in town and settled, the man she thought she'd have to worry about doesn't seem as important as the one who wrecked her wedding, her nemesis Colton Walker. Every time she turns around he is lurking, and ready to reek havoc on her life... and maybe her heart too! Colton Walker knows he is not one of Sara Langdon's favorite people, they have a history riddled with playful torment, arguing, and a incident that ended a wedding... her wedding to be exact. But he is a changed man now, one who is more compassionate, and within minutes of being reunited Sara she takes notice, and the walls between them start to fall away, and the sparks start to fly! But can he really find love with someone who use to belong to his best friend? Then There Was You is a heartfelt enemies to lovers story that will spawn the feels, curl your toes, and leave you smiling! This was quite an impressive first read, the angsty intense love/hate relationship between Sara and Colton brought on some serious steamy times that had me swooning one moment, and some feisty banter that had me giggling the next. I loved this story and it's wonderfully crafted stars, it pulled me in within the first few sentences, and completely swallowed me up, it was quite the addictive little tale! If you are looking for a small town romance read riddled with humor and heart than I highly recommend you get your hands on this one, it's sure to treat to you to enjoyable time! I requested an advanced copy of this title from NetGalley, and voluntarily read and reviewed.
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
I'm in love!! In love with the wonderfully charming small town of Angel Falls and in love with the town's sexy police chief Colton Walker. Colton and Sara have never really gotten along but he really has no idea why. Sure she's a little uptight and plans out everything but she's nice to every one but Colton. OK and she blames him for her fiancee cheating during his bachelor party but she doesn't know the whole story. Sara isn't sure coming back to Angel Fall's was the right move for her. She wants to help her father in his medical practice but he doesn't want to let go. Then there is Colton and he seems to be everywhere. Getting past her feelings for him won't be easy but if they are going to be living in the same small town she needs to learn to deal with him. This is a beautifully written feel good romance and just the beginning of what should be an amazing new series. Can't wait for the next book and I definitely recommend this one.