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Then There Was You

Book 1, Angel Falls

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Welcome to Angel Falls, a town so delightful even enemies can't help falling in love!
"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"--Publisher's Weekly
"Then There Was You was captivating and unputdownable."-- Under the Covers

From Publishers Weekly

Apr 30, 2018 – Liasson (The Baby Project) ably tugs at the heartstrings with this poignant contemporary about a jilted doctor and the police chief who'd like to make it all better. Dr. Serafina "Sara" Langdon was dumped by her fianc , Tagg, days before their planned wedding. A year later, she reluctantly returns to her tiny hometown of Angel Falls, Ohio, to help her family care for her Alzheimer's-stricken grandmother. On one of her first days in the Angel Falls ER, she treats Colton Walker, her teen-years nemesis; she snubs him, believing he's the one who booked Tagg's high school crush as the bachelor party entertainment, which led to Tagg jilting Sara in favor of the dancer. Colton, once a smart-aleck teenager, is now Angel Falls' chief of police. He's morphed into the strong and dependable type and he's long nurtured a crush on Sara. The two slowly start to connect, but, when Tagg comes back to town, his intervention may end their budding relationship. Liasson shifts nicely between the serious topic of Alzheimer's and the lighter moments (including a near-disaster of a proposal), aided by a strong cast of supporting characters, who presumably will be getting their own books next.

Customer Reviews

Delightful!

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.

Then There Was You

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??

Great start to a new series

Sara comes home to Angel Falls a year after her fiancé Tagg, unceremoniously dumps were two days before her wedding. She has blamed Colton, the Best Man and Angel Falls beloved Police Chief, for not keeping Tagg from sleeping with the bachelor party entertainment. Sara is now working as a doctor in her father’s practice, and is reacquainting herself with the town. As she sees more of Colton, she realizes that he is not the monster she has painted him to be. Thus begins a great enemies to lovers romance. Definitely worth reading.

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Then There Was You
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  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Published: May 29, 2018
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
  • Seller: Hachette Digital, Inc.
  • Print Length: 352 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Series: Book 1, Angel Falls
  • Requirements: To view this book, you must have an iOS device with iBooks 1.5 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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