By Zoe Dawson
If you're keen on Susan Mallery, Kristan Higgins, or Rachel Gibson, don’t pass over the beginning of this appealing small-town romance sequence! Laurel Falls, Montana, positive aspects wonderful mountain scenery—but it takes a rugged cowboy to persuade one lady to decelerate and revel in the view.
Rafferty Hamilton doesn’t plan on placing down roots every time quickly. together with her divorce ultimate, the lodge heiress has left long island at the back of to scout new destinations for her family’s chain of lodges. that's why it’s so tricky to be stranded in Laurel Falls whereas a handsome, slow-talking, Stetson-wearing mechanic takes his candy time together with her overheated coupe.
A adorned vet who paid his dues in Afghanistan, hint Black can repair whatever with an engine and get it revving—even Rafferty’s ridiculous activities vehicle. He’s couldn’t say an analogous for the knockout driving force, who appears like she’s by no means gripped a equipment shaft in her existence. girls like Rafferty don’t frequently stick round in Laurel Falls, yet hint reveals himself displaying her every thing his native land has to provide prior to she cruises on down the road.
because the days cross, Rafferty reveals herself charmed through the speed of lifestyles and the openhearted heat of the citizens. She’s even tempted to belief again—and it’s all due to hint. He’s now not the type of man she’s used to falling for, yet he simply should be the fellow she needs.
Praise for Leaving Yesterday
“I enjoyed how Zoe Dawson’s wounded-soul hero and powerful heroine either got here alive within the pages of the tale! Leaving the day before today touched my center and made me are looking to spend extra time vacationing this small-town world.”—USA Today bestselling writer Alexis Morgan
“Rich with heartwarming romance and well-drawn secondary characters, Leaving Yesterday is a superb begin to Zoe Dawson’s new Laurel Falls series.”—Elisabeth Barrett, writer of the easiest of Me
“With swoon-worthy males, relations heartbreak, and the therapeutic strength of affection, Leaving the day past is an ideal romance to your keeper shelf. You won’t wish it to end.”—Vonnie Davis, writer of the Highlander’s loved series
“A attractive tale . . . I enjoyed the descriptive writing of the destinations, humans, and landscape.”—Alpha booklet Club
“A small-town tale that might catch your heartfelt attention.”—Hines and Bigham’s Literary Tryst
“Leaving Yesterday gave me a very good experience of small-town existence. packed with romance, a strong feel of family members, and fascinating characters, Zoe is off to a good begin with this new sequence. I can’t wait to go to again.”—Itsy Bitsy publication Bits
“A candy romance . . . I’m rather to determine how the characters develop in the course of the series.”—Evermore Books
“Leaving Yesterday has captivating moments plus a full of life solid of characters.”—Always Reviewing
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