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Coming Home to Silver Leaf Falls

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She’s back in town, but he’s about to leave.
Will their fake relationship have real repercussions?

Everything in Liz Jenkins’s life is temporary, including the job at the struggling summer camp from her childhood. But she’ll turn it around like every company she’s hired to fix. In fact, her own disastrous love life seems to be the only thing she can’t turn around. She’ll just leave love to everyone else. It’s scary and uncontrollable—and Liz likes to be in control. If only the people of Silver Leaf Falls would stop trying to set her up with every available man in town.

Noah Knight is the beloved principal at Silver Leaf Falls Elementary. He loves living in his hometown, but something’s missing. He’s hoping a new job in another state will help fill the void. Other than leaving right after reconnecting with his friend Liz, the biggest downside is the PTA making it their mission to find him a wife before he moves away.

Liz just needs to focus on work without being set up and Noah needs the PTA to leave him alone. Pretending to date for the summer is the perfect solution—and since neither of them wants to fall in love, nothing could possibly go wrong, right?

Venture into Silver Leaf Falls, Vermont, and enjoy the friendships, love, and happily-ever-afters in this sweet, small-town romance.

176 pages, Kindle Edition

Published August 27, 2021

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Meg Easton

25 books228 followers
Meg Easton is the USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romances and romantic comedies with fun, memorable, swoon-worthy characters, and settings you’ll want to pack up and move to. She lives at the foot of a mountain with her name on it (or at least one letter of her name) in Utah. She loves gardening, bike riding, baking, swimming before the sun rises, and spending time with her husband and three kids.

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Profile Image for Julie Carpenter.
1,443 reviews175 followers
January 4, 2023
Cute second chance story. It is also the first book in a novella series, so it'll be fun to see what secondary characters get their own story.

Meg Easton creates the best small towns and fills them with delightful and fun characters. Main characters and secondary characters. I always know when I picked up a book from her that I'm going to enjoy diving in and learning the ins and outs of both. I have my guess as to which characters will be appearing again in the following books.

Liz and Noah knew each other years ago, back in their high school days. She moved away during high school and they lost touch. Now she's back in town and he is in the process of deciding to leave for a different job or stay in Silver Leaf Falls.

There are some pretty fun antics that happen throughout the book. Noah's friends and co-workers decide to step in and help him out in finding a wife. Which create some pretty fun and funny scenes. I loved how he and Liz rolled with it and it helped them learn more about each other.

There are some ups and downs and emotional baggage to deal with due to Liz's past. Liz and Noah have to decide if they're going to keep pursing a relationship or enjoy their friendship and both move on. But some of those sweet kisses might make that decision even harder.

Content: Clean. Some kisses but nothing further. No language.

My own personal copy. All thoughts and opinions in the review are my own.

Happy Reading!!!
1,406 reviews5 followers
August 31, 2021
Liz came back to take a temporary one year position as camp director. She has some awesome ideas to keep the camp running.

She runs into Noah, who happens to have been her brothers friend when they were kids. They have known each other for a long time. Then when her parents had moved when she was in High School they lost touch until she came back in to town for this job.

Noah is now the Principal of the school. He is thinking about moving and taking a position as Principal at another school out of state. The PTA thinks that Noah needs a wife so they work on a campaign to find him one.

During this book I laughed at times and then almost cried at times. The emotional feels made you feel a part of this book. I could not put it down. Loved the characters and the storyline and kind missed them when I had finished the book. I think you will enjoy the book as well
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664 reviews11 followers
December 18, 2021
I leave it to the numerous other reviewers to disclose pertinent story descriptions. Let me just state that Meg Easton met every one of my standards for a five-star effort. I could not have asked for better protagonists. If you are one who enjoys well-written clean romance with protagonists who will blow you away, I highly recommend that you look to Meg Easton as your author of choice.
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453 reviews24 followers
November 8, 2021
Meg Easton's books are so sweet. They are like a blanket wrapped hug and they leave you feeling so incredibly content. There's a little humor, a little friendship, a little love, a little family and it all wraps up into a lot of wonderful and I am here for every single page.
Book notes!
- PTA 🤣 I think it's probably portrayed accurately - not knocking PTA. I loved it and I miss it but it's crazy.
- Noah and Liz
- do people fake date in real life? Color me intrigued
- their first kiss 😍
- the roof reward. I could never be a principal, I am not a good sport
- smores are delicious
- Savannah is a good friend
- I like this book
So, if you want some happiness and romance in your life, check out her books. All of 'em. Also, seriously, if you have experience with PTA or schools, also read this because it's entertaining. That is all.
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880 reviews
October 21, 2021
Small town love

I loved this story of a couple and a small town group of people who help, interfere, boss, and love each other. The characters are brought to life so that I cried with them and cheered for them. I hope I can remember to “take a turtle for a walk” regularly.
2 reviews
October 14, 2021
Really sweet

Really sweet story with a dash of humor. I love how clean it was, and it was nice to escape for a bit!
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2,246 reviews30 followers
October 9, 2021
Fun and engaging story with wonderful characters. Fun to read along and follow the journeys of the characters as they travel through some choices and there may be a few twists and turns along the way. Plenty of drama but there is also Romance. Good read.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
581 reviews7 followers
August 15, 2021
This was a sweet romance about overcoming fears and taking hold of what’s important in life.
Noah is the kind of guy every girl wants, patient, kind, and of course good looking. Working with kids and allowing himself to look foolish for their sake was endearing, and went a long way in drawing Liz out of her shell.
Liz was strong but vulnerable and I like that once she recognized where her fear came from she was willing to step away from it and take a chance on love.
I think this was a great easy to read novella and I liked it.
I was given a copy courtesy of the author. This is my honest review.
324 reviews3 followers
November 9, 2021
super talented and confident Liz was only afraid of one thing.

Noah and Liz knew each other in high school before her parents broke up and they moved. Her heart had erected a strong wall around it to protect it from further hurt as she convinced herself how important her career was and her DNA wasn’t set up for a relationship. Noah was the perfect elementary principal but there was a hole in his life that needed filling, he thought a new school would make the difference. This is the start of a great series. I look forward to the rest.
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263 reviews7 followers
September 12, 2021
This is the first book that I have read by this author, but it won’t be the last. Meg Easton has created delightful characters and a story that is entertaining from the first chapter to the last.

Liz Jenkins and Noah Knight grew up together in the small town of Silver Leaf Falls. After high school graduation, they went their separate ways.

Liz moved to the city to start her career as a business consultant after college. She is driven in her pursuit of business success. She devotes all her time and energy to her career with no time left for a romantic relationship.

Noah is the principal of Silver Leaf Falls Elementary School. His students love him. The town loves him. But, the matchmakers are determined to find him a wife.

When Liz returns to town to ‘fix’ the struggling town summer camp, she just wants to do her job and move on to the next job, but her friends feel the need to set her up with every eligible bachelor in town.

One evening, Liz stops in at Noah’s parents’ diner for a quick meal and bumps into Noah who is waiting tables to help his parents after one of their servers didn’t show up for work. They rekindle their friendship. After discovering that they are both the targets of matchmakers, they agree to pretend to date for the summer so that their friends will stop trying to set them up.

Coming Home to Silver Leaf Falls is a clean, entertaining small-town romance. I am looking forward to reading more by this author.
628 reviews
September 19, 2021
I absolutely loved this book! Such an amazing author! I can't wait to read more in the future. Definitely recommend!

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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Author 48 books449 followers
August 29, 2021
She’s back in town, but he’s about to leave. Will their fake relationship have real repercussions?

This novella was a sweet story that managed to touch on so many thing. Obviously romance, but also the lasting but often unrecognized messages we take from things that happen to us when we're younger. For Liz, it was the divorce of her parents when she was a teen. She didn't knowingly adopt her mother's philosophy that it was in their genes not to have a successful relationship so don't bother.

Noah had had his challenges with relationships in the past, but he came from a solid family with parents who modeled a loving relationship. It was such an alien thing for Liz. And I think it scared her too. Perhaps because unconsciously she thought of herself as the little kid looking in the candy store, knowing none of the treats were for her.

Both characters have decisions to make and need to look deep inside for the strength to take a leap of faith.

A quick and delightful read!

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731 reviews24 followers
August 24, 2021
This was what I call cotton candy romance. It’s light, fun, and sweet! There’s a little bit of drama, lots of humor (imagine a principal who’s fighting off the well meaning PTA who are having meetings to find him a wife), and romantic s'mores dates. Yep, it’s a very HEA Hallmark movie type book and I really enjoyed it.
Rating: G, sweet, clean, good for all readers.
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1,104 reviews15 followers
August 24, 2021
This was a sweet fake relationship/second chance romance. Liz and Nathan are cute together and it's obvious from the beginning that a fake relationship won't last long with these two. I loved their dedication to their professions, but also in the end to each other. They have some things to overcome, but luckily they have some smart people in their corners. I'm excited for this new series.
84 reviews2 followers
September 3, 2021
COMING HOME TO SILVER LEAF FALLS by Meg Easton is the first of six novellas in the new SILVER LEAF FALLS SERIES. It features 28-year-old Liz Jenkins, who spent most of her youth in Silver Leaf VT and returns as the new director of Silver Leaf Camp, and 29-year-old Noah Knight, life-long resident and principal of the town’s elementary school. They’ve both failed at love and think HEAs aren’t for them. Liz aims to improve the faltering camp in one year and leave it in great shape, before she runs to another town to take on another failing business. That’s what she does—moves from place to place, never setting down roots, never making strong friendships, always married to her job. Noah feels something’s missing in his life and thinks a move to another school in CT will fill that hole. He’s lived in the small town almost his whole life, got out of a relationship some months before, and thinks he’s out of dating options in Silver Leaf. Since friends are anxious to find dates for both of them and neither wants to go on dates, Liz and Noah decide to fake date each other. But what begins as a ploy to get people off their backs quickly turns into something more.

1. Well-written characters who care a lot for friends and families, the town, and the town’s traditions. Liz is great with kids and has innovative ideas for how to improve the camp by integrating activities with the local schools. Noah enjoys his job and is loved by the school kids and their parents. I particularly like his pledge to sleep on the roof of the school to increase students’ reading minutes.
2. The good use of words, like when Noah compares Liz’s personality as “trying to fit a hurricane in a jar.”
3. Issues addressed: feeling worthy of love, difficulty facing fears, what makes a “home”, how to fill holes in your life.
4. The story is well paced with unique ideas, the main characters grow throughout the book, and it’s written in third person, past tense.

It’s too short. I would’ve loved to read more about Liz and Noah’s story.

COMING HOME TO SILVER LEAF FALLS is a bright start to the new series SILVER LEAF FALLS. The main characters are so caring and fun, that I would’ve loved to have them in my childrens’ lives when they were younger. The town seems like a wonderful place to grow up and someplace I’d like to live. If you like character-driven stories or enjoy an upbeat, sweet romance, this is the perfect book for you.

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* I received an e-ARC from Booksprout and the author for an honest review.
1,310 reviews9 followers
August 22, 2021
Coming Home to Silver Leaf Falls by Meg Easton
he’s back in town, but he’s about to leave.
Will their fake relationship have real repercussions?
Everything in Liz Jenkins’s life is temporary, including the job at the struggling summer camp from her childhood. But she’ll turn it around like every company she’s hired to fix. In fact, her own disastrous love life seems to be the only thing she can’t turn around. She’ll just leave love to everyone else. It’s scary and uncontrollable—and Liz likes to be in control. If only the people of Silver Leaf Falls would stop trying to set her up with every available man in town.
Noah Knight is the beloved principal at Silver Leaf Falls Elementary. He loves living in his hometown, but something’s missing. He’s hoping a new job in another state will help fill the void. Other than leaving right after reconnecting with his friend Liz, the biggest downside is the PTA making it their mission to find him a wife before he moves away.
Liz just needs to focus on work without being set up and Noah needs the PTA to leave him alone. Pretending to date for the summer is the perfect solution—and since neither of them wants to fall in love, nothing could possibly go wrong, right?
Venture into Silver Leaf Falls, Vermont, and enjoy the friendships, love, and happily-ever-afters in this sweet, small town romance.
This is Liz Jenkins and Noah Knight's story.
Liz stepped into Authentically Timeless, one of the many shops surrounding the Village Green, her friend Savannah at her side.
Savannah gasped and rushed toward a telephone stand like it had physically pulled her toward it. “Oh my goodness.
Wouldn’t this look perfect in our living room? Like right against that short wall between the living room windows and the kitchen.
Noah had to wonder if his agreeing to sleep on the roof as a reward to his students might’ve been the worst idea ever.
But as he sat across his desk from Chelsea, Silver Leaf Falls Elementary School’s PTA president, he knew it was far too late to back out of it.
Perhaps he should’ve agreed to use a tricycle to make his way through the halls instead of walking for a day. Or dressing in a lobster costume for a day.
I recommend reading.
Coming Home to Silver Leaf Falls by Meg Easton is a wonderful well written 5 star book.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book.
I am looking forward to reading more books by Meg Easton.

23 reviews
August 23, 2021
Set in beautiful Vermont, Silver Leaf Falls is the quintessential small town with a wide range of community based activities that promote inclusiveness while looking out for its own. Take Noah Knight, one of their own who had returned to Silver Leaf Falls several years ago to teach at the elementary school and was now their beloved school principal. The ever supportive PTA not only looked after the concerns of the school but had also initiated the “find Noah a wife” scheme much to his shock.
Enter Liz Jenkins, another past resident who left as a teenager after her parents’ divorce. Liz had always loved the town and especially the summer camp she had been employed to revamp given she was an expert at turning underperforming businesses around. When friends and acquaintances started to try and match make, Liz and Noah came up with their own scheme to outsmart the matchmakers in town. They would pretend to date during the summer while she was working at the camp in a temporary role and prior to Noah leaving town for a more lucrative job as principal at another school out of state.
Of course, the best laid plans, even those of the PTA, often don't run smoothly especially if it includes someone who has difficulty maintaining relationships due to the unperceived results of her parents’ divorce. Will the lure of a more receptive school who want to take on board Noah's inventive learning strategies make him give up on Liz who was not interested in a relationship anyway. Afterall, did Noah really want a relationship given he was contemplating leaving the state.
A very enjoyable read and the first of a new series written by six authors in total. The first was well worth a read and stands successfully on its own, but l look forward to reading the others in the series to see what happens to the different characters who have already been introduced in this first book.
1,338 reviews12 followers
August 23, 2021
I've visited Vermont before so I had a physical description of the area in my mind as I read this book. Now, I want to pretend that Silver Leaf Falls really exists and actually move there! The author made this small community come alive and the people in it! It's a charming small town which has its usual good and bad traits. Noah, the elementary school principal, discovers that one of those "bad traits" is that even the PTA wants to find him a wife! They even get the students involved and have a school activity about it! Ah, small town America! Noah is tired of having people direct his love life so he decides that he'll get a job out of state once the school year is over. That's not the only reason, he does have others, but it is one of them! Then there is Liz. She lived for several years in Silver Leaf Falls and loved it there until her parents divorced when she was in high school and took her away from there. Now, she's back to oversee a camp and turn it into a year-round activity. She doesn't want a relationship - they're messy - because she's a workaholic. When she seems Noah again, they decide to "fake date" to get the town off their backs so they can get their work done. I really enjoyed the interactions between these characters, their friends and family. It was a wonderful story and I read it quickly because I couldn't put it down!
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1,546 reviews40 followers
August 30, 2021
Meg Easton’s books always make me smile. This book was no exception. I loved the characters and the plot. And Silver Leaf Falls! Such a cute town with great people.

Noah and Liz are the main characters in this one. They knew each other during their high school years. Now they are both living in the town of Silver Leaf Falls as adults. Noah is the principal of the elementary school and Liz is working at the summer camp as the director for a year.

I loved how Noah was with the elementary kids. He was the best kind of principal. Kind to them. Concerned about their reading and their lives. But…the PTA has decided that it’s time for them to find him a wife. Who wants to be shoved into marriage that way? Not Noah.

Liz has been away from town a while. And everyone knows someone they want to line her up with. These two quickly see that their problems are similar and they decide to fake date. Fake dating stories are my favorite! This author did such a great job with this story line.

This is such a fun novella! I can’t wait to read more about Silver Leaf Falls and it’s inhabitants!

I was sent a copy of Coming Home to Silver Leaf Falls as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.
529 reviews5 followers
August 22, 2021
Liz can’t believe that the gorgeous man she met at his parents’ restaurant is Noah, the nice boy who was going through his awkward stage when she knew him back in high school. But she is determined not to notice his charm and good looks because she will only be in Silver Leaf Falls temporarily and marriage doesn’t fit in with her life plans. If only she could get people to stop trying to set her up. Noah, an elementary school principal, is annoyed that everyone in the PTA is trying to help him find a wife—especially since he is probably going to be moving on to new opportunities in a new town next year. But what can he do about their kind intentions that won’t hurt their feelings? Noah and Liz cook up a plan to pretend they are dating in order to keep the town from their matchmaking but what happens when things start to feel real? This is a fun small-town romance novella that despite its shorter length has well-developed characters who are dealing with some personal issues. I enjoyed it! Rating: 4.5. I received an ARC from the author and this voluntary review contains my honest opinions.
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484 reviews
August 28, 2021
This is such a sweet story! Noah was adorable and Liz grows so much as her walls are broken down and she is faced with emotions she’s been pushing back since she left.

Noah Knight is the principal of Silver Leaf Falls Elementary who loves his job and the kids who attend. So much so, he’s willing to sleep on the school’s roof for a night if the kids meet the reading requirement. But despite all of this, he feels like something is missing.

Unfortunately for him, his PTA believes that he needs to find a wife and has taken it into their hands to set him up with women in town. Even though he is contemplating moving to another state.

Liz Jenkins used to live in Silver Leaf Falls, but moved away when her parents divorced her sophomore year of high school. Now she’s back to breathe life back into the local struggling summer camp.

However, within the first two hours of being back, five people have offered to set her up on dates. And she doesn’t want to date anyone at all.

After Noah and Liz reconnect, Noah has an idea that could help them both: they could fake date each other. Nothing could go wrong with their plans now, right?
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342 reviews4 followers
August 17, 2021
An excellent read about finding what you need in life
Neither are looking for a relationship. Both feel they’re missing something. Noah was an enthusiastic young principal in Silver Leaf Falls fueled by ideas to improve his school. If something would help the kids in his school, he was for it even if it meant camping out on the roof of the school. But something was missing in Noah’s life and he wasn’t sure what it was. Liz was a fixer. She went from one organization or business to the next identifying problems and turning things around before moving on. Not staying. Not putting down roots. She didn’t do relationships. It wasn’t in her DNA. When Liz returns to Silver Leaf Falls for her business and runs into Noah, a friend of her older brother, both of their worlds start to realign especially after they decide to ‘fake date’ to stop all the town’s matchmakers. Mix in an out of state job offer and images from the past and you have an entertaining book exploring how our past can affect our future. I received an early copy and this is my honest review.
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3,135 reviews22 followers
September 5, 2021
Liz grew up in Silver Lea Falls but left when her parents separated and hasn't really been back since then while living a nomadic style life where she constancy moves for work so coming back is weird and it seems everyone is trying to set her up on a date. Noah also has an issues with people trying to match make for him with the PTA wanting to find him a wife, what they don't know is that he is likely to be leaving town for another job so when Liz meets Noah to discuss her plans for the summer camp they agree to fake date. Now if you have read any other books about fake dates you know they never go as planned and this is no exception, Liz and Noah have feelings for each other and the longer they fake date the stronger the feeling s get but both struggle with these as Noah is meant to be leaving town and Liz doesn't believe love is in her DNA. There are some great laughs, tender moments, vulnerability, friends who are there for support and a chance at a HEA that both Noah and Liz deserve.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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409 reviews20 followers
August 20, 2021
Meg Easton has written another book you can put down, once you start reading you want to continue until the end.
This sweet novella is set in the small town of Silver Leaf Falls where Noah is the principal of the middle school on the verge of a major career and life change until he bumps into Liz, ex high school crush, who just moved back into town to revamp the kids summer camp.
Neither Ben nor Liz are looking to start a relationship, but the PTA is looking for a wife for Ben and people want to introduce Liz to appropriate bachelors, so of course, the best solution is to fake that these two are on a relationship with each other.
The more time they spend faking their feelings the stronger those feeling become real, until they realized they belong to each other.
I loved the writing and the small town vibe and descriptions.
You won't be disappointed to read this novella.
I was given an ARC by the author, this is my honest review.
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2,453 reviews9 followers
August 22, 2021
Noah loves his school and his town, but he knows something is missing. He is thinking of taking a job in another town to find whatever is lacking. Liz thinks that she is only meant for work and nothing else. She is too driven to consider whether or not something is missing from her life. When these two meet back up, they begin to discover exactly what has been missing. The problem is that this is a terrible time for romance for both of them, evn though the town thinks that both of them need fixing up. So obviously they should fake a relationship.
Okay, we know where this is going, but the fun is in how we get there. I loved the crazy situations that Liz and Noah found themselves in. They were definitely unlike any I have ever read! I also appreciated that this is a clean romance with nothing to distract from the fun of the couple falling in love. I am looking forward to more stories from this town.
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116 reviews3 followers
August 22, 2021
Noah and Liz were in the same school growing up until Liz’s parents divorced and they left town. They meet again when Liz comes back to make Camp Silver Leaf solvent again. Liz was carrying some heavy baggage and had to work through it before they could be together. Noah was such a nice man and he was good for Liz. Whenever I read a Meg Easton novel, I know I’m in for a light, easy to read, feel good story and this one was no exception. I sometimes love stories with lots of suspense and sometimes with a big problem to overcome, but sometimes it’s nice to read a story about normal people living normal lives, with minimum angst. This story follows an everyday couple with believable problems who work through their feelings and emotions and learn to deal with their baggage. When I finished I was in a good mood and had a smile on my face. What more could you ask of a romance novel?
I received an ARC from the author and this is my honest opinion.
260 reviews9 followers
August 25, 2021
Do you like reading small town romance?

I actually haven’t read that many, but that will change after I read Coming Home to Silver Leaf Falls! This cute short book by Meg Easton was adorable.

Liz and Noah grew up with each other then life happened and they moved. Well, Noah ended up back in their home town of Silver Leaf falls as a principal and then Liz came back as a camp director. After they bump into each other the whirlwind begins.

It was great how both Liz and Noah learned more about not only each other but themselves. Finding themselves and discovering what they want for the future. I love how determined they are to accomplish their goals professionally and personally.

This book is short but I didn’t feel like anything was lacking! It was perfect for this busy momma that needs a good book to read without feeling like a huge commitment.

Thank you Meg Easton for the ARC in exchange for an honest review. These opinions are my own.
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377 reviews22 followers
August 18, 2021
Coming Home To Silver Leaf Falls is 100% Hallmark worthy, I was even picturing the perfect actors and actresses to play each character as I read this book. I couldn't believe how quickly it got me hooked on the storyline, characters, and the town! I'm about ready to head over to Sizzle and Sip for a Turkey, Bacon, and Swiss panini, doesn't that sound incredible?

There was a cute but not overbearing chemistry between Noah and Liz that gives it that sweet and swoony romance without being too "perfect". I loved how author Meg Easton was able to capture that. This is a great beginning to a novella series and I look forward to reading more of them. Coming Home To Silver Leaf Falls had just the right amount of cute moments, laughing moments, and tear jerking times. I definately had to reach for a tissue at the end (bit don't worry, it was all in a good way).
380 reviews4 followers
August 18, 2021
Noah is the elementary school principal at Silver Leaf Falls and he feels like he is missing something in in his life. He has been offered another job in Connecticut. But later that week he was heading to help his parents out at their restaurant and ran into Liz that was a year behind him in school that he hadn’t seen for a long time. Chelsea was the PTA president and she was bound and determined to get a wife for Noah! Liz was back in town to be the camp director as a temporary job. They decided together to have a fake relationship to keep the town people and Chelsea from always trying to set them up on dates with other people. Let’s just say good things come to good people. I don’t want to give anything else away but it is a great short story! You won’t be disappointed if you grab this book!
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