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Miracle on Chance Avenue (Love on Chance Avenue Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- Book 2 of 4 in Love on Chance Avenue
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- Publication date : December 8, 2017
- File size : 1340 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 222 pages
- Publisher : Tule Publishing; 2nd edition (December 8, 2017)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B0785H986Z
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #95,459 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Great characters that I loved. I so enjoyed how Rory came over his painful memories. The magic of Marietta at Christmas is just perfect. I wish it was a real town. I highly recommend this book.
Rory gets injured while riding and is taken to the hospital. When he opens his eyes, he sees the young woman who has been in the stands. Apparently he says things she can't forget or forgive.
Rory comes back to his hometown to look over some property he's interested in purchasing. He finally meets the woman from the hospital. They are instantly attracted to each other. So much so that when she tells him she wants to be a mother and will be doing assisted reproduction, he decides she shouldn't and he should be the father. Sheesh...
Maybe I needed to read the first book in the series for this book to make more sense. I did FINALLY begin to understand what was going on probably mid-way through. A tragedy happened. I get that. But WHY IN THE WORLD would Rory make this about Sadie, especially when they practically fell into each others arms from the beginning? Because of the house and street where she lives?? Because his sister McKenna was saved because she was at a sleepover at Sadie's house that night? Then he comes crawling back asking for forgiveness?
The tragedy had me wondering too. I'm assuming that 'who done it' will ultimately be revealed in subsequent books. Talking about the tragedy and Rory saving Quinn but unable to save his other siblings or his parents is kind of a hook. I might even read the rest of the books just to find out what's going on...or...maybe more of what happened is in the first book and I need to go back and read that!
I've read other books by Ms. Porter and they've been enjoyable. Unfortunately this one had me wondering what was going on.
Firstly, it was lovely to be back in Marietta, and meet again some of the characters we got to know in other stories.
Second, Jane Porter wrote an engaging and warming story. Lovely characters, good pace. I also like her description style - rather than an endless list of unnecessary details, which is used by many writes, she selected those that enhanced the narrative. It always felt right.
OOPS … one, or two math mistakes. On the epilogue (which happened during Christmas m, two years after the end of the story), we are told that their son was conceived between Thanksgiving and Christmas, the previous year. He would have been born between August & September, making him 4-5 months old - yet he is 9 months old. Added to this, Saide is pregnant and the baby is due in January, meaning he would have been conceived around April, i. e. before the birth of the first son. Easy math … but big mistake.
Rory doesn't come back to Marietta often because of the tragedy that happened to his family there. Sadie has been following Rory on the rodeo tour, but never got up the nerve to talk to him. Then after an injury Rory comes back to Marietta and finally comes face to face with the red-head he used to see in the stands watching him.
I loved this story and loved the characters. There is still so much pain in Rory's life because of what happened to his family. And Sadie was tied to that awful night as well, even though Rory doesn't know it at first. But the two of them really worked well together in dealing with the pain of the past. Although it certainly wasn't a smooth transition for either of them. Such an emotional holiday story. I didn't want it to end.
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Just too unrealistic for me. Sorry I wasted my time, much better small town romance books out there.
I just can’t get past the fact the hero Rory, is 38 and still not grown up. Has demons due to things that happened as a young man he had NO control over.
The heroine Sadie is 35 and has pinned for this guy for 22 years, even though she’s never had a relationship with him. Hardly even spoken to him. Actually, she does seemed to have stalked his rodeo career.
She has never married, or gotten serious about anyone else, as they are not HIM.
But she was thinking of having sex with him to get pregnant, as she wants kids.
I kept thinking these two should have been teenagers with all their moods, introspective thinking and the way they couldn’t have an honest conversation.
I felt no connection to either H and the re-harping of the same facts was annoying.
No wonder it was a free read.