Review: The Way You Love Me by Miranda Liasson

Posted January 31, 2019 by Lillian in Reviews / 1 Comment

Review: The Way You Love Me by Miranda LiassonThe Way You Love Me by Miranda Liasson
Series: Angel Falls #2
Published by Forever on 2019-01-29
Length: 496 pages
Reviewing eARC from Netgalley
Reading Challenges: #NGEW2019, 2019 New Release Challenge

A heartwarming story about love, family, and taking risks that matter

Gabby Langdon has always tried to make people happy. She even went to law school to please her father, and now she's a highly successful-albeit bored-attorney. But Gabby secretly dreams of being a writer, so for once she does something for herself-she signs up for a writing class taught by best-selling novelist Caden Marshall. There's only one problem: her brooding, sexy professor is a distraction she can't afford if she's finally going to get the life she truly wants.

Recently divorced and suffering from the world's worst case of writer's block, Caden is in Angel Falls to get his life back on track. He's focused on teaching and providing a stable and loving home for his young daughter, Ava. The last thing he needs is to jeopardize his new job, which means keeping plenty of distance between himself and his talented new student-no matter how tempted he is by Gabby's beauty, kind heart, or the sparks that fly whenever they're together.

Angel Falls series:
Then There Was You
The Way You Love Me

A sweet, slow-burn love story with a small town setting equals my perfect read…..The Way You Love Me by Miranda Liasson is the second book in Angel Falls and follows Sara’s younger sister Gabby after she leaves her fiancé in search of more.

I loved Sara’s story in Then There Was You so I was excited to go back to Angel Falls for Gabby’s story. Gabby is the spunky sister, the wild card so to speak. She has a free spirit and her ex has done a number to her self-esteem. BUT one good thing to come from the failed relationship — Gabby is done settling. She’s pursuing her dreams and nothing will stop her, except maybe her new professor.

Caden Marshall isn’t all that much older than Gabby, but he is her creative writing professor. After a failed marriage and a one-hit wonder book, Cade isn’t looking for a relationship. He’s looking for stability for himself and his young daughter, Ava. I think I fell in love with Cade from the start. He’s a struggling single father who adores his daughter and will do anything to make her smile. He’s bitter though from his divorce and rightfully so. She was a terrible person! Gabby brings Cade out of his shell a little and makes him think there may be more to life than just stability.

Overall I really enjoyed Cade and Gabby’s story. They bring out the best in each other. And little Ava steals the show! She’s precious, and Gabby finds herself just as enamored with her as she is with Cade. If you enjoy a sweet, slow-burn romance, I highly recommend it.

Note: While this book is a part of a series, it can be read as a standalone.

About Miranda Liasson

Miranda Liasson loves to write stories about everyday people who find love despite themselves, because there’s nothing like a great love story. And if there are a few laughs along the way, even better! She’s a Romance Writers of America Golden Heart winner and an Amazon bestselling author whose heartwarming and humorous small–town romances have won accolades such as the National Readers’ Choice Award and the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence and have been Harlequin Junkie and Night Owl Reviews Top Picks.

She lives in the Midwest with her husband and three kids in a charming old neighborhood which is the inspiration for many of the homes in her books.

Miranda loves to hear from readers! Find her at, and on Instagram and Twitter @mirandaliasson. For information about new releases and other news, feel free to sign up for her newsletter at

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