I loved this book. If I could give this book 10 stars I would. I love this storyline – Casey is still harboring her crush on Ben, her high school  sweetheart. He’s married now and his little girl is in the ballet class Casey is teaching. However, there’s another man in her life, the new editor downstairs, who is also her new landlord. You really need to check this book out. I will be looking forward to more books from this author.

Amazon 3

A Heartwarming romance story that grabs your interest from the very beginning and keeps you wondering how it will all turn out.

Goodreads 3

This kept me up until 3:30 AM to finish. The characters and conflicts were believable and enjoyable (especially hunky Ian) and I got lost in the story very easily. The two major crises of the book grab you and compel you to keep reading. The car accident in particular was written so well. Not only the description but the character emotions. A fast read I recommend.

Goodreads 2

Who hasn’t wondered about “what might have been”? But not many of us get a chance to find out. I laughed and cried along with main character Casey as she  got her chance. Author Babette de Jongh offers a fabulous story full of heart…and heat. 🙂 I thoroughly enjoyed Angel Falls and will definitely read the next story in the series!

Amazon 2

Just finished it; it’s 4AM, but just couldn’t put it down once I started reading 😀 It was awesome.


I fell in love with the characters. The inner conflict that Casey goes through is so familiar. I found myself empathetic to her situation when her world  was hanging in the balance of happiness and misery. There are surprising turns and conflicts… and I could not put the book down. I was taken with Casey’s love for ballet, her dog, family, and of course  her hot romance with Ian and past with Ben her first love… Casey is a heroine that I can identify with and admire. I can’t wait for the next  book to come out.


“De Jongh’s debut novel hits all its marks and blends romantic comedy, drama, and suspense. The characters are well-crafted—there’s no  perfect Prince Charming—and Ben’s kids make for a compelling  complication to the love triangle. … this is a lovely story about the intersections of love, friendship, duty, and self-care. A thoughtfully  written, rewarding read.”