Timber Creek (Sierra Falls, #2)
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Timber Creek (Sierra Falls #2)

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In love and war, something’s gotta give… For Laura Bailey it wasn’t easy weathering her teen years at her quaint family lodge in a boondock town at the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas. Fleeing for San Francisco the minute she graduated high school seemed like a good idea—until she lost her job and her fiancé. The blow to her pride sent her back to Sierra Falls to figure ou...more
Mass Market Paperback, 304 pages
Published December 31st 2012 by Berkley
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Sandy M
I’ve been looking forward to this new addition to Ms. Wolff’s Sierra Falls series, after having such a terrific time with the first book. While the small-town feel is still very much in evidence, this story doesn’t quite stand up to the first. So it’s a little bit of a disappointment.

The main draw for me is Eddie Jessup, the hero. He’s in partnership with his brother in the family construction business, and they just got the job that will put them on the map, draw in more high-caliber customers...more
Karen
I liked the first book Sierra Falls, but this one came off as so/so. The heroine Laura is hard-working, but a snob as she came home from the big city with her tail between her legs, albeit unjustly. She was unlikable in her sister's book and just as unlikable in this one. And the secondary story with their waitress is negative too. Between those two women, it was a turn off. The hero Eddie liked her since school, but you wonder WHY? He deserved better. I'm from the school if you don't like the h...more
Sasha
I would first like to state that I have received this book through the goodreads giveaway. I have had the wonderfully good luck to have the honor to read this book. It was a very enjoyable read. Veronica Wolff is a wonderful storyteller. Her charters are very well thought out and just jumped from the pages. It makes you want to meet theses people and become friends with them. I truly enjoyed reading this book. It is a book that makes you feel good. It was wonderfully written. I have never read a...more
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Jo
Very dull characters, story was really boring at times. I just couldn't feel anything for these people. The story kept splitting between the main couple, Eddie and Laura, and another couple in town-who's names I don't even remember because I kept trying to rush through those parts. This is the second book in the series, and I am not even going to try to read the other ones.
Linda
I thoroughly enjoyed the story of Laura and Eddie and how they finally realized that they actually loved each other. While Laura had acted as an executive in San Francisco, that life wasn't her at all. She missed the nature that was found in the small town of Sierra Falls.
Virginia
Cliched...I just couldn't get into it.
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Once upon a time there was a girl. She liked horses and Shaun Cassidy and Gunne Sax dresses, like many of the other girls her age. She had a big, loving family and, since their dad was in the Navy, they moved around. A lot. She was shy, though, and generally preferred a day spent in the company of her Trixie Belden books to running around with the other kids, whom she really didn’t know very well...more
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