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Find Me at Whisper Falls by Ellyn Oaksmith | #BookReview @EllynOaksmith @Bookouture #NetGalley #ContemporaryRomance

Two vets compete for the same job.

Find Me at Whisper Falls is a lovely enemies-to-lovers romance.

Our thanks to the author,  Bookouture and NetGalley for the advanced reader’s copy. 


Book Details

Title: Find Me at Whisper Falls by Ellyn Oaksmith
Publisher: Bookouture (September 30, 2021)
Language: English
ASIN: B099NLJQDB


Book Description

Whisper Falls, in beautiful Washington hill country, seeks veterinarian. Must enjoy rural life.

Freya Johanssen needs a fresh start. A recently heartbroken and newly-graduated veterinarian, she will take any job that gets her away from Seattle—for now. Her plan is to spend two years in the small town of Whisper Falls, and then head back to the city and civilisation. But does Whisper Falls have different plans for her?

Stepping off the bus in the prettiest town she’s ever seen, she drags her enormous suitcase down the rough lane towards her new home and sees the land fall away into rolling gold and purple hills that stretch for empty miles to the horizon. And despite everything she starts to feel optimistic for the first time in months.

And then Trent Crossley arrives: the last person she expected—or wanted—ever to see again. This is the guy who thinks he’s God’s gift to women; who breezed through vet school without studying and who betrayed her in a way she’ll never forgive. Now he’s in her clinic, and the fluttering in her stomach must mean she’s still mad at him.

It seems they have both been hired for the same job—and now neither is backing down. But as Freya works to outdo Trent at every turn, she starts to see a different side to the man she thought she knew. Falling in love was never part of her plan. And if she wants the new beginning she’s worked so hard for, can she afford to give away her heart?

A totally unputdownable feel-good read about finding yourself, and love, in the most unexpected places. Fans of Virgin River, Debbie Macomber, Jill Shalvis and Carolyn Brown will love Find Me at Whisper Falls.

From the Publisher’s Blurb

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Review 

Freya and Trent studied together but could not be more different from one another. They did not get along well and, after graduation, they didn’t expect to ever meet again.

Destiny had other plans. They found themselves interviewing for the very same job at the small town of Whisper Falls.

Find Me at Whisper Falls is a nerdy girl/ popular guy rom-com with a lovely All Things Great and Small twist.

Both serious Freya and outgoing Trent had a lot to learn from each other and were bonded by their love for animals.

I loved all the animals, the farm scenery, the side characters, and the love-hate relationship. The romance was full of bantering and palpable chemistry.

Very romantic and satisfying read!

Disclosure: I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review


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About the Author

Ellyn Oaksmith is the USA Today and Kindle bestselling author of the Blue Hills Series, featuring the Alvarez family.

After graduating from Smith College and attaining her MFA from The American Film Institute, Ellyn began her writing career as an award-winning screenwriter in Hollywood. Her books explore the same themes as her screenplays: grit, humor, family and love.

Ellyn lives on one of Seattle’s many hills with her husband and spends as much time as possible on the water as part of a competitive rowing team.

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