Reader Praise for Free Falling
“Wynter’s debut is sure-footed and compelling. There’s wonderful
wit and a setting that feels real and evocative. This is an author to watch.”
“I am captive. I am intrigued. I want more.”
“A touching story of the strength of a tested mother and daughter relationship
and an enduring friendship played out against the backdrop
of the vividly painted town of Pointe Hill.”
“Wynter vividly describes the small town atmosphere, its
hive of gossip and
the trials of running a family-owned restaurant against seemingly insurmountable odds, while juggling the regret of lost love and hopes for the future.”
“A neighborhood I want to live in full of people I want to hang out with and businesses I want to spend my money at—the people and places felt very real.”
“I couldn’t stop turning pages. It’s so emotionally gripping!”
First love, second chances, and secrets that come back to haunt.
After seven years away, twenty-four-year-old Free Spalding is back in Pointe Hill, Georgia, on a mission to save her late father’s restaurant from a real estate deal that could destroy everything he spent his life working for.
When it turns out her ex is the one behind the deal, Free is determined to fight him, for the sake of her family and the community she abandoned so many years ago. But just as Free begins to feel at home again, a shocking secret comes to light, challenging everything she thinks she knows about love, family, and forgiveness.
If you enjoy romantic women’s fiction with a little heat and lots of drama, witty dialogue, and strong family ties, you’ll love this story about the power of love, forgiveness, and second chances. Free Falling is the first full-length, stand-alone novel in the Pointe Hill Series.
A 2016 Georgia Romance Writers Maggie Award for Excellence finalist.