Although #FreeFalling by Author Sarah Cass is the tenth novel, all the books in Holidays at Lake Point are standalone reads. #OneClick for #99cents a romance neither Ryan nor Logan had plans for at this time in their lives!
Ryan Detrick thrives on the control she has over her life. Her career and business are on track, as is her love life – which isn’t much of one. After someone took away her control years ago, she swore she’d never lose it again. When she goes out on the town with her friend in hopes of another one night stand, she hones in on the hot new guy at the bar.
Logan Bennett gave up a life full of bad decisions the moment he learned he was going to be a dad. Years of self-control have put him in a good, if lonely place. His best friend drags him out to loosen him up. Ryan’s bold approach throws him off-guard. When he takes her up on a one night stand, both of their best laid plans get thrown on their head when his daughter arrives home early.
Will they choose love? Or will fear of losing control send them running the other way?
***All books in Holidays at Lake Point are standalone reads.
Every event just keeps on being better and sweeter! I would surely read this one again IMMEDIATELY after I finish reading it! ~Lisa Villeneueve
This was another awesome installment of the Lake Pointe Holidays. ~Patricia Ann Blevins
This was a short but sweet read. ~ Sassy Beta Reading & Review
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