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    Ticket to romance

    In this gentle Christian romance, neither Gavin Redd nor Navy Richards are in their first blush of youth. Because of past hurts, they have also both lost their self-confidence and are vulnerable when it comes to matters of the heart. Nevertheless, Navy wants to hold her own baby in her arms more than anything else and this motivates her to travel to Bride, to visit the statue of Ellora Shepherd and to meet with the local matchmaker to try and resolve her unsatisfactory state of spinsterhood. She meets Gavin shortly after arriving in Bride and finds an angry, resentful bachelor who has no time for blondes who believe dancing around a statue and visiting a matchmaker will find them a husband, and especially not him. Nevertheless there is an immediate connection between Navy and Gavin and as they dodge around misunderstandings and half-truths, they both find themselves questioning their future. As much as I liked both Gavin and Navy, I did find Gavin’s insecurities a bit surprising, especially given his age and life experience. This is a good, clean romance and can be read by most age groups. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    Going to require the tissue box before the end

    I'm sure I've said it before, a Liz Isaacson title is going to require the tissue box before the end. This book was no exception. Having read the first book in the series, I was already familiar with the legend of The Bride, which I think is such a wonderful premise to base the series on. I adored watching Navy and Gavin together when things were going right. But it about broke my heart when everything went off the rails. Both of them have been burned by relationships that ended badly in the past and they both needed to learn new ways to be involved in a partnership. Both Navy and Gavin want something more for their futures but they're not sure if it's the right time, right place, or right person. The chemistry and connection between these characters crackles off the page. It's easy to get invested in seeing these broken hearts get their happily-ever-after. I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book.

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