Then the Stars Fall by Brandon Witt was a nice story with quirky and charming characters. Some of the time lapses were confusing, perhaps only in audio version, and detracting from the story as I wondered if I'd missed something. And while I appreciate an author's desire to write sweet romance, some of the story felt lacking without the basics to the mens' initial coupling. Those moments speak volumes as to how they relate. Regardless, I enjoyed the story and am happy to read a new-to-me author.
Narrated by: Andrew McFerrin
The death of his wife four years earlier left Travis Bennett a shell of the man he used to be. With his dog by his side, Travis raises his three children, manages his business, and works as a ranch hand. But every day, every minute, is an aching emptiness.
Wesley Ryan has fond memories of the small Ozark town of El Dorado. Seeing it as a safe place to put his failed relationships behind him, Wesley moves into his grandparents’ old home and takes over the local veterinary clinic. An early morning visit from Travis and his dog stirs feelings that Wesley seeks to push away—the last thing he needs is to fall for a man with baggage and three kids as part of the package.
Life, it seems, has other plans.
3 Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries
This book was given to us by the publisher. Many thanks.