Glory Falls

Janine Rosche. Berkley, $7.99 mass market (336p) ISBN 978-0-593-10054-7
Childhood best friends get a second chance at love in Rosche’s endearing third Madison River romance (after Wildflower Road). Three years ago, Cecelia “Blue” Walker’s two-year-old daughter, Ella, drowned in the Madison River, and Blue has not been back to Montana since. Now divorced and still deep in mourning, Blue finally returns home for a much-needed break from her fast-paced life as a Hollywood screenwriter. Thomas Beck, Blue’s best friend since childhood, is thrilled to see her—but secretly harbors guilt for Ella’s death, as he was the safety inspector of the Madison River dam at the time she drowned. In the years since, he’s become a firefighter and earned a reputation as a hometown hero thanks to the countless lives he’s saved. When a movie producer approaches Thomas about adapting his life story, Thomas agrees, but only if Blue can be the screenwriter. Blue and Thomas have privately been in love with each other for years, but both are oblivious to the other’s feelings. The process of writing the movie brings them closer than ever—but will old heartache get in the way of new romance? Rosche’s moving tale expertly explores love, loss, faith, and redemption. This is an ideal pick for fans of earnest contemporary romance. Agent: Tamela Hancock Murray, the Steve Laube Agency. (Jan.)
Reviewed on : 10/19/2020
Release date: 01/05/2021
Genre: Romance/Erotica
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