Under a Firefly Moon

AN AMAZON BEST OF THE MONTH SELECTION

Blue Hollow Falls may be a small Blue Ridge Mountain town, but it’s big on love—and second chances . . .


When former barrel racer Cheyenne McCafferty left the circuit, she left her past behind too. Now, as part owner of Lavender Blue farm, she’s content rescuing and rehabbing horses, and growing a new business. She’s only got one regret: letting go of Wyatt Reed. When he professed his love, she was too young and foolish to know her heart. After that he disappeared. But when his beloved horse turns up on the auction block, Chey makes a bid and wins more than she bargained for . . .
 
Chey believed she was ready to face Wyatt again, to explain herself. But seeing the man he’s become, she’s unsure. Gone is the quiet, gentle boy she knew. In his place is a rugged, confident adventurer who’s seen the world. Yet the longer Wyatt sticks around, the clearer it is that the feelings of their youth aren’t so easily dismissed now that they’re adults. In fact, the timing may be just right to make the dreams they’ve shared under a firefly moon come true . . 

Net Galley Book :

We finally get former barrel racer Cheyenne McCafferty’s story and best of all it’s a second chance story! Between Chey and Wyatt that grew up in the rodeo world and grew apart. As we read the emotional journey of discovering new love from old and fitting for something you believe in. We are drawn more into the story as we find more information about the characters surrounding them and the towns problem with developers. All in all a remarkable story…..Lisa

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