Jordan Simón returned home to West Virginia five years ago and opened her restaurant. She seems to have it all…except a life. On the verge of her fortieth birthday, she doesn’t know which will devour her first—the regret and emptiness of living a lie about her sexuality or the agony of past transgressions. As she struggles internally, she meets Emmy. Desire builds with each encounter, but another painful secret from the past is eating away at Jordan.
Emmy Russo is visiting her Aunt before moving to Washington DC. Confident and bold, she’s always been an achiever. After losing her wife six years ago, no one has piqued her interest until she meets Jordan. Yet being in a closeted relationship is the last thing she wants.
Can Jordan find the strength to face her conservative neighbors and family members and overcome the secret from her past? Will they be able to live in an open and loving relationship, or will the country’s politics set them back? Falling for Love is not just a romance, it’s about family, friends, and forgiveness.