Catch Me If I Fall


Darcy Fletcher is twenty-one and at a stalemate in her life. She leaves college and returns home to Sugar Creek, hoping to find out her life’s purpose. Bouncing from job to job, she lands the unlikely position as nanny for the new high school coach’s five-year-old daughter, Sara. Evan Porter loves the small-town feel of Sugar Creek, and knows it’s the perfect place to raise his daughter. As a single dad, he tends to be overprotective, and he isn’t sure the nanny he hired is the best choice for Sara. She’s much younger than him, impulsive, too pretty… and sometimes he questions her decisions. But Sara adores her, so what’s a daddy to do?

Calling all readers who enjoy small-town contemporary, clean romances with an age gap, intrusive town “Mamas”, and darling little children… your book has arrived! Sara stole the show—and the story—with her winsome ways. Darcy and Evan can’t help but notice the slow burn of attraction, despite Evan’s thought that they can’t get together. He’s a dad and school football coach, and she’s still in college. How can that work? The conflict here could have been deeper and the tension tighter which would have added more anticipation, and another round of edits probably would have caught the inconsistent spelling of Sara’s name. Regardless, the book is delightful, humorous, and absolutely worth the read. Don’t delay, get your copy now!

Emerson Matthews