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  • Great start to a new series

    Tina Radcliffe has a gift in creating small towns full of unique characters, charm, and neighborly camaraderie that has you wishing you could live there, and she's done it again with this new series in Rebel, Oklahoma. Daisy is a newcomer to the small-town, having relocated from Denver with her five nieces and nephews who were just orphaned. Mitch is the police chief of the small town, locked in the past with his regrets and mistakes. They both have a lot to learn about relinquishing control and living the full life of faith that God desires. As their jobs and small town life intertwine, they discover much about themselves as they do about each other. The plot is well-delivered with a good pace, the writing is easy to follow, the characters are lovable, and the romance is sweet and tender. I can't wait for the next book in the series! I received a copy of the book from the author and publisher and was under no obligation to post a positive review. All comments and opinions are solely my own.

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  • FINDING THE ROAD HOME by Tina Radcliffe

    FINDING THE ROAD HOME by Tina Radcliffe is the first book in the Hearts of Oklahoma Book series. It’s the story of Daisy Anderson and Mitch Rainbolt. Daisy Anderson became an instant parent of five children, ranging in ages from a 10 months old baby to a set of 8 year old twins, after the sudden death of her sister and brother-in-law. It’s a job she takes seriously and is determine to lovingly fulfill. Accepting a new job to become the newest deputy for Rebel Police Department, Daisy is hoping for a fresh start away from memories – for both her and the kids. She moves her family, which includes her Gran, to Oklahoma. She bought a house sight unseen because of the price, but upon arrival finds it in great disrepair. Hoping some elbow grease and a little luck will help, she dives right in. Police Chief Mitch Rainbolt is in desperate need of more help, but he didn’t expect his newly hired deputy to be a woman with so many responsibilities – like five kids and a dilapidated old house. Although he automatically feels a connection to Daisy, he’s paid his dues with raising his siblings. The last thing he needs is a ready made family. Barely on the job, Daisy’s job is in jeopardy due to lack of funding. Both Mitch and Daisy are determined to find a way to keep her job viable. Daisy’s determined to remain in Rebel where they’ve been made to feel like family and the kids have adjusted so well. Mitch is determined to not laying Daisy, but he’s also determined to keep their relationship a professional one. Will Daisy be able to keep the home she has come to love? Or will repairs and the loss of a job keep her from having a home – sweet – home for her and the kids? Will Daisy’s many talents come in the play in keeping her job? How can she be having feelings for her Mitch? He’s her boss and that just won’t do! Dare she dream about the bakery she’s always dreamed about? Can five little children worm their way into Mitch’s closed off heart? He doesn’t feel that he did that well of a job the first time round in raising his siblings. After all, if he had been a better parent, his brother would still be alive won’t he? When shutting them out of his life proves nearly impossible, dare he think of life with them in it? Tina Radcliffe did an awesome job of making both Daisy and Mitch believable and lovable characters in FINDING THE ROAD HOME. Your heart feels for both of them for both their past and present situation. She makes you want them to find a way for a romance to work and weaves a story that will have you laughing, hoping, getting mad, smiling, shaking your head, praying with Daisy and dreaming right along with them for a happily ever after. Definitely recommend FINDING THE ROAD HOME to anyone that loves a great romance with twist and turns and a story of hope and faith. Waiting with bated breath for the other books in this series and learning more about the Rainbolt clan!

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