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    Reads like it could be based on true events

    Jace Lovell lives every day trying to forget the past and simply be the best foreman possible. After his fiance abandoned him at the altar, he refuses to consider dating again. So, what is he supposed to do when his boss wants him to head up a complete renovation on the ranch where he has to interact with an interior designer on a daily basis? Belle Edmunds is back in town trying to hide from the humiliation of getting fired from her dream job. Desperate to get work, she pursues a renovation at the ranch where her brother works. The only problem is that Jace Lovell is the foreman and she's not sure that the two of them can even get along, much less work in harmony together. Attraction between them is undeniable, but can they overcome the baggage that they each haul around? Can Jace overcome his anger and learn to forgive? Will Belle be able to restore her shattered self esteem? And, can she forgive those who betrayed her? But, most of all, can they be honest with themselves long enough to open up to each other? I found the book well written with well developed characters. I understood their emotions and why they reacted the way they did. I appreciated their openness and honesty. But, most of all, I found everything completely realistic and believable. I also found the pace and development of the romance believable and well done. Themes include anger management, forgiveness, self esteem, and trust in God. Romance - PG - some kisses Language - Clean My rating - 5 stars
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    Before the leap

    Very good easy reading. I like books that follow a family and find out how the finish in life or start their life.
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    A four-star review on Before the Leap by Liz Isaac

    Jace is the foreman of a ranch and he has to hire an interior designer to redecorate the whole ranch. He has problems with forgiving after being abandoned first by his mother and later, at the altar, by his fiancée. Belle is a designer and she needs desperately to get a contract, first because she needs the money and secondly because she wants to start her own business and need good clients to build her portfolio. The book is well-written and the characters are well-developed. It is a sweet romance with an old-fashioned kind of courting which I liked a lot. I also liked how they trust God to help them: Bell with patience and understanding and Jace with forgiving and trusting. A book worth reading. I voluntarily reviewed a gifted copy of this book.
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