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    AFTER THE FALL by Liz Isaacson. Enjoy her books, and this new series has even more depth and emotion to it, a definite winner. Looking forward to more in this series. This takes place in Gold Valley, Montana at the Horseshoe Ranch. We have Sterling a fall that leaves his professional career over. Being a recluse at the family cabin, and hiding from the humiliation of how ex girlfriend dumped him. Mom sends Norah a counselor at Silver Creek to use the cabin with the girls, who have earned special rewards. She doesn't do laundry, but, she does clean. Sterling lacks motivation, and she has a painful past, can they find love and healing Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion.
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    Do Opposites Attract?

    Sterling Maughan has gone from the pinnacle of success by winning the Olympic gold medal in snowboarding to possibly facing the end of his career after a fall that caused devastating injuries. In the aftermath, he's holed up in his parents' cabin in Montana. Norah Watson is working multiple jobs to make enough money to help her family and finish a college degree. One of those jobs is house cleaning for Sterling's mother who also lets her bring a group of girls that she counsels at Silver Creek, a teen rehab center. When Sterling suddenly reveals his presence in the house, Norah has a decision to make - ignore him, or respond to her feelings that he needs help. But, as she reaches out to help him, she struggles to reconcile the differences between them. As they get to know each other, Norah continues to struggle with the decision of whether to keep her troubled past a secret or reveal all to Sterling. The problem is that she can't bring herself to fully trust him with the full truth. As he heals and regains hope of a career again, can she trust him enough to give them a chance? One of the main themes of the story is opposites. Whether its wealth or race/ethnicity, contrasts are mentioned throughout. And, as one character heals from past brokenness, the other's brokenness is gradually exposed so that they can heal as well. There is a Christian element to the story, but it's more subtle that book 1. There are a couple of characters that are mentioned from book 1, but otherwise, it's completely stand alone. For the most part, I enjoyed the book, but it didn't draw me in like book 1 of this series. Although I felt that each character individually is well developed, I think that their relationship together was not as convincing. Maybe it goes back to all the contrasts presented. Norah is constantly dwelling on them. I'm not sure, but I just didn't feel the connection as much as the other book. I'm hoping that book 3 draws me in more and I can return to a 5 star rating. Romance - PG - kissing Language - PG - nothing offensive My rating - 4 stars

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