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Megan seemed very sweet although a bit frustrating at times. At the end though I loved her and she and Landon have a very interesting relationship throughout the book. I can't wait to read more.
Megan Palmer needs help with repairs at her father's church. So she turns to her long time friend, Belle, to ask about her brother. What she doesn't mention is that she's had a crush on Landon since high school. Is she finally going to get a chance to be near him? And, when their attraction to each other is apparent, what's she going to do about his plans to leave town?
I wish I could say that everything about this story is perfect, but it fell somewhat short for me. I liked Landon. He seemed transparent with his plans to purchase the horse ranch. And, once he reconciled his feelings for Megan, he was very open and honest with her. Yes, he struggled for a time, but that seemed expected given the timeline of the story.
It was really Megan that I had problems with. She was all over the place with Landon. One moment pursuing him, the next shoving him away. I found her selfish at times and her excuses weak.
I did like how Landon took time to learn God's will for him and follow through with it. His work ethic is something to be admired.
I also appreciated the role Belle played. She represents what a good friend and a loyal sister should be.
Romance - steamy PG - lots of passionate kissing
Language - PG
My rating - 3.5
The story of Belle's brother Landon leads us back to Gold Valley, and to the pastor's daughter who just moved back into town to spruce up the church. Neither Megan nor Landon was looking for a relationship, and definitely not looking for love, but that doesn't stop Belle and Jace from pushing them in that direction. With both of these two looking for something different, something to complete them, maybe they are what each other is looking for!
I would just like to say that there are over 6 books in this series (so far), and I am not normally a fan of series that run this long (unless they really hold your attention); however, Mrs. Isaacson grabs your attention with the multiple characters throughout the many novels and manages to keep them all tied together without having to repeat herself a multitude of times throughout each story. Wonderful job, if you enjoy one, you will enjoy all of them.
Liz has done it again and written another wonderful book. Love this series.