This story starts with a funeral.
Sutton Tate’s whole life just got turned upside down. Her mom is dead, leaving behind nothing but an apartment full of memories and a letter with a bucket list of things she hopes Sutton will do in the next year. The first thing on the list? Spend the summer with a great-uncle that she’s never even heard about in the tiny town of Destiny Falls, Michigan.
She’s reluctant but it’s just going to be a few months. She’ll work at the Mystery Cabin, the tourist trap that her uncle owns, make a little bit of money and try to connect with the last bit of family that she has left on this earth.
Then she gets to Destiny Falls and it’s nothing like she expected.
Her uncle is keeping her on her toes, there is always something to do around the shop, and the Mystery Cabin’s handyman, Teller, just might be the man of her dreams. Throw in the sleazy mayor’s son and some new girlfriends, and Sutton just might have a summer that she’ll never forget.
When the summer is over, will Sutton give up her dream of a fancy job in a big city and her five year plan? Or will she have finally found the one thing that she can’t walk away from?
This story starts with a car crash.
Lyla Winters’s life is at a crossroads. She’s bounced around from one job to another since she was sixteen, wanting to experience everything, but now that she’s twenty-five, her lack of a plan is a little less cute. Too bad for her, she has no idea what she wants to do with the rest of her life.
She’s got a plan though. She’ll take a year off to travel and find herself. That plan goes off the road though when she gets to Destiny Falls, Michigan, and runs into some fancy SUV.
Out climbs Hudson Hayes. Restaurateur, James Beard Winner, and the man with a plan.
Also, maybe the man of her dreams.
She has to pay for the damage to both of their cars and just like that, there goes her savings for the year. Now she’s stuck in Destiny Falls, working at the Mystery Cabin and living in the apartment above Hudson’s restaurant.
The plan for the year off is still in play though. She just needs to save up her money and keep her eye on the prize. It’s just that the prize looks more and more like Hudson every day.
When Lyla finally has enough saved to leave Destiny Falls, will she be able to say goodbye to the friends and life that she’s made here in this small town? Or will she have finally found the one place that she truly belongs?
This story starts with a break-in.
Madelyn Freya has always had things come easy for her. She’s outgoing, smart, pretty, comes from a loving family. So why isn’t she happy?
She thought that it was just growing pains, a side effect of growing up in a small town and that she would be able to find herself when she went off to college.
Instead, she found Flynn.
He broke into her dorm room one night by mistake and while she should have been terrified, she was drawn to the crazy man.
Now they’re graduated and back in her hometown of Destiny Falls. They’re closer than ever, living together and things seem perfect.
There’s just one problem.
She’s in love with him.
When Flynn gets a job offer halfway across the world, will Madelyn be able to work up the courage to tell him how she really feels before it’s too late? Or will her admission ruin the friendship that they have?
This story starts with a theft.
Iris Maeve has always had a penchant for things from the past. It’s why she studied art history in college and why she opened her own antiques store in Destiny Falls.
She prefers the simpler things, the slower pace of life in her hometown. She has her shop, her friends, and her little cabin in the woods.
Her life is going according to plan.
Until, one night, her store is broken into.
The thieves got away with some of her antiques and left her with a big mess to clean up.
Enter Arlo Michaels.
He’s the bartender at The Fainting Goat Pub in town and everything that she wants in a man.
And it looks like he wants her too.
When Arlo starts coming around to help her pick up, she wonders if maybe she’s in danger of losing something else.
Like her heart.
When they share one hot night together, she ends up with the biggest surprise of her life.
Then she finds out who stole from her and she’s left wondering if she can trust the man who’s claimed her heart.
USA Today Bestselling Author Rebecca Wilder writes contemporary and new adult romance. She loves writing about opposites attracting and finding their happily ever afters.
When she’s not spending time with her family or friends, she’s reading romance books, watching stand up comedies or crime TV shows. She’s also a total Pinterest addict, dog lover, tea snob, and a wannabe yogi.
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