About Catch a Falling Star

catch a falling star

She dreams of happily ever after. He doesn’t believe in love. What happens if their hearts belong together?

Londyn Montgomery has had enough of doing what her parents want, especially when they’re determined to marry her to a man who isn’t faithful to her. She decides to run away, hoping to find out who she is and what she wants out of life. In her desire to escape a life of being controlled, she speeds straight past Sheriff Owen Hudson and narrowly avoids a ticket. She vows to stay off his radar, but destiny has other ideas, placing Owen and Londyn on a path that leads straight to a future neither one of them planned for.

My review

If you’ve followed my reviews very long, you know I LOVE contemporary romance! Cindy Roland Anderson is one of my very favorite authors. She writes books that are full of great characters and romance.

I loved Londyn in this one. She is trying to figure out who she is. As a hotel heiress, she’s been told what she should do, wear, and even who she should marry her whole life. But she’s done with that! So she heads for South Carolina in a fast car and gets pulled over by the local sheriff very first thing for speeding. This part was so funny! She made a mistake that Sheriff Owen calls her on.

Owen is such a great character. He doesn’t believe in love anymore because of something that had happened in an earlier relationship. But he falls for Londyn hard and fast. The chemistry and love story between these two was so sweet. I loved the way they both tried to sacrifice for each other.

And the setting of The Royal Palm is one of my very favorites. I needed a beach read right now. And this one was perfect for that.

I loved the way Owen has so many brothers. I can’t wait to read all the other books about them!

I borrowed Catch a Falling Star with my Kindle Unlimited subscription. All opinions are my own.

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