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    A second chances mature romance

    I thoroughly enjoyed Starting Over at Steeple Ridge. It is a story that can be read in an evening, but has all the substance and depth of Ms Isaacson other cowboy books. When Tucker decides to leave his busy city life behind and settle in small town Island Park, buying a ranch out of town, he finds the peace and quiet he has been looking for. He doesn't expect the ranch to come with an attractive but feisty manager who knows more about horses than he will ever know. Missy is paying the price for being married to a man that had not proved himself to be husband material and she knows that she will still be paying for a long time yet. Her dreams of buying the ranch have come to nought and she feels a certain amount of resentment that a rich city slicker could just walk in and take it over from her. The fact that the city slicker is good looking, kind and is attracted to her is beside the point. The attraction between Tucker and Missy grows, but because issues remain unresolved between them, when the match that lights the fire of discontent ignites, both Missy and Tucker retreat. This tender love story speaks of second chances and mature love. Although it is part of series, it is nevertheless a standalone and ends on a very positive note. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    STARTING OVER AT STEEPLE RIDGE

    STARTING OVER AT STEEPLE RIDGE by Liz Isaacson, Elana Johnson. Another in the Timeless Romance Single. Tucker traded his high tech firm for a horse farm in Vermont. Which has been the dream of Missy having worked with horses. But one ex husband, and his debts ended that. The farm has been sold, that she thought she might owned, and the new owner would need help. He hadn't even seen the place, and the 33 horses there. She asked,"if he'd like a tour,..he bought a place in town, so wouldn't be using the house. Missy had a one year contract to stay on as manager, what has she gotten into. For Tucker, he had never ridden a horse, he was the type to figure things out after. She loved teasing him, to get closer to the horses, saying they won't bite, when he backs up from them. He needs proper clothes, she invites him to parents house for dinner. An Italian family, lots of people, cousins and noise, for a man who didn't have. The change in him, and the laughter, of him learning about horses, is a delight. The book is a warm, healing for the two of them, in choosing the right mate. And working at something they both love. A great read for all ages. Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion.
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    A Sweet, Clean Romance

    Starting Over at Steeple Ridge by Liz Isaacson It's hard to go wrong when you read anything in the Timeless Romance Series. The books are clean and romantic and (dare I say this?) more importantly, well-edited. This novella tells the story of two people who fall in love while working a horse farm. Even if you are a city girl and don't know much about horses, you'll enjoy this book. There's some good angst and some good interaction with other people. Horses are there, but they don't take over the story. I especially like that our main characters are people of faith. Overall, a quick, enjoyable read.
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    A Second Chance

    Another great read from Liz Isaacson. I really enjoyed reading this entertaining and well written novella. The characters are well-developed, they show emotions and feelings. In humple opinion the story is a bit to short. Tucker and Missy have both collected bad experiences in the matter of love and, therefore, they are careful and don't rush things. I recommend this book. So go ahead, grab the book and enjoy your reading as much as I did. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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    fun clean romance

    Missy Marino wanted to buy Steeple Ridge, the horse farm where she's worked for years, but finances won't allow it. Instead, she winds up with Tucker Jenkins, a city slicker who's never even seen a real horse, as the new owner and her new boss. Tucker's looking for a fresh start, and he's eager to learn--and he's also eager to get to know Missy better. Missy's drawn to him, too, and wonders if she's finally ready to start over after her divorce a few years earlier. I love clean romances, cowboys (or almost cowboys), and fresh starts, so this novella was right up my alley. I liked the flirting and romance between Tucker and Missy. They are both well-developed characters considering this is a novella and there's not much room for lots of backstory. I haven't read anything else by Liz Isaacson, but I'll definitely be checking out more of her books. I received a free copy from the publisher. All opinions are my own.
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