It Happened One Night

It Happened One Night - Lisa Dale(Grand Central, November 09) Lana Biel longs to leave her family’s Vermont wildflower farm so she can travel and see the world. And her sister Karin wants nothing more than to put down roots and conceive the child she and her husband just can’t seem to have. When a lighthearted fling with a mountain biker leaves Lana expecting, she finds herself tumbling headlong into motherhood while her sister Karin can only look on.

For help, Lana turns to Eli Ward, a professional meteorite hunter and her best friend for the last ten years. But Eli’s keeping secrets that could turn their friendship on its head. As the Vermont seasons change and the flowers in the wildflower meadows begin to fade, Lana must make some meaningful decisions about her family, her friendships, her love life, and her dreams.

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Book Reviews of It Happened One Night

Romantic Times says 4.5 Stars! “Lisa Dale is adept at weaving beautiful, romantic, heart-wrenching stories. She pays attention to the finest details, and the effect knocks the wind out of you. Every single scene,… character conflict and reaction is perfect. The only downside is that the story concludes, which means our time with these wonderful characters comes to an end.”

Barnes and Noble blogger names It Happened One Night to her BEST BOOKS OF 2009!

5 Stars TOP PICK! – “A heartwarming story!” –

“A beautiful emotion-charged novel” —

“A moving and riveting read that you won’t soon forget.” –

“Knocks the wind out of you” –4.5 Stars from Romantic Times:

“Engaging and kept me turning the pages for more.” –

“A truly captivating book!” –

“A heartwarming story that will stay with you long after you buy the book!” –Romance b(u)y The Book

“A nail-biter and a heart-stopper” –

“Readers will wish that the story never ends” –

“A delightful, romantic story” –

“Riveting…lots of humor, passion, and thoroughly entertaining.” –Romance Junkies

“A wonderful WOW factor…takes you on an emotional ride” –Mary Gramlich, “The Reading Reviewer”