Sierra Falls (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Apr 3, 2012 - Fiction - 320 pages
14 Reviews
Sierra Falls, California, is one of those sleepy towns that people choose to leave. Sorrow Bailey chose to stay behind and run the struggling family lodge, but has always yearned for more. Things look up when she discovers a collection of letters from her three-times great grandmother and namesake, telling the story of a forbidden love affair.

Billy Preston is the new sheriff, a widower escaping the grief of his former life. He helps out after an accident at the Bailey lodge, and what begins as admiration for Sorrow's quiet strength quickly becomes more. When Sorrow's discovery brings fame to Sierra Falls and her dreams of a better life are within reach, one too many "accidents" have Billy wondering whether someone is willing to kill to keep them off the map...


  

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Review: Sierra Falls (Sierra Falls #1)

User Review  - Rosario (http://rosario.blogspot.com/) - Goodreads

Sierra Falls started out well. Sorrow Bailey wanted to leave the isolated mountain town in California where her parents own a lodge. She wanted to do so just as much as her siblings, but as the ... Read full review

Review: Sierra Falls (Sierra Falls #1)

User Review  - Julie - Goodreads

I have read this author's historical(highlander) novels. This one though, is a contemporary romance. This is the first in a newer series. Set in the Sierra's, Sorrow's family own a lodge. Sorrow's ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Veronica Wolff has a master's degree in art history from The University of Texas at Austin. She has lived everywhere from South Carolina to Hawaii to India, finally settling in San Francisco where she lives with her husband, two children, a dog and cat, and countless houseplants. Her unmarketable skills include snow-boarding, speaking Hindi, gardening, and knowing an alarming amount of pop-culture trivia. She has two new books coming out with Berkley: Warrior Of The Highlands (January 2009, Berkley Sensation Mass Market Original) and Lord Of The Highlands (Berkley Sensation Mass Market Original scheduled for January 2010).

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