Could've Said Yes
(Thistle Bend #3)
From the award-winning author of Should’ve Said No (“A wonderful story of family, honor, trust, and generations of unexpected secrets.”—Nancy Naigle), the captivating Thistle Bend series continues as love blooms in the most unexpected places.
Having just returned to Thistle Bend, Colorado, artist Ellie London is struggling to make a living from sales of her works, which feature flowers and leaves she collects during her hikes high up in the Rockies. But when she discovers a patch of beautiful, rare wildflowers and highlights them in her latest collection, sales skyrocket—online and at the Thistle Bend Farmers’ Market. She never imagined her dream would blossom so brightly. If only finding love were so easy.
Devastated by a broken engagement, rugged researcher Collin Cooper withdraws into his work at a remote biology lab. When he comes across an amazing piece of art featuring a unique variety of wildflower, he becomes inspired by a new challenge. Eager to study the specimen in its natural habitat, he spearheads a project aiming to designate the area for conservation. But when he meets the alluring artist whose livelihood depends on gathering the flowers, he’s torn. Collin has to pick a side, but his choice becomes clear when he realizes that Ellie’s happiness is the key to his own.
I am really hoping that this isn't the last we haven't seen of this adorable little town of Thistle Bend, the people are just as charming as the town itself.
Ellie has recently returned to her hometown of Thistle Bend, Colorado, after a broken engagement but that doesn't keep her down, she is now doing what she loves and has a store in town to display her art.
Collin is new to Thistle Bend, he is working for the EPA as an Inspector on the old town mine, Collin is also recently single and it's as if the stars have aligned that Ellie & Collin would be in the same place at the same time for their chance encounter.
I really enjoyed this story and getting to know Ellie and Collin, this is slated to be the last book in the series but I am holding out hope that Tracy March will gift us with more stories from this adorable little town of Thistle Bend, Colorado.