Starting Over at Steeple Ridge by Liz Isaacson (Review)

Starting Over at Steeple Ridge
(Timeless Romance Single)
by Liz Isaacson
Adult Contemporary Romance, Novella
ebook, 100 Pages
March 20th 2017 by Mirror Press

Summary

STARTING OVER AT STEEPLE RIDGE: A brand new contemporary romance novella from Liz Isaacson

Tucker Jenkins has had enough of tall buildings, traffic, and business meetings to determine the next app that will change the world. He's sold his technology firm for billions and traded it for Steeple Ridge Horse Farm in rural Vermont.

Missy Marino has worked at the boarding stable and farm since she was a teen, and she's always dreamed of owning it. But her ex-husband left her with a truckload of debt, making her fantasies of owning the farm unfulfilled.

When she meets Tucker, she starts having a new kind of fantasy—one where they work with the horses together. Tucker didn't come to the country to find a new wife, but he supposes a woman could help him start over in Steeple Ridge. Will Tucker and Missy be able to navigate the shaky ground between them to find a new beginning?

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My Review

STARTING OVER AT STEEPLE RIDGE was a sweet and sassy romance from beginning to end. The characters are charming and pull off this opposites attract story-line quite well. The romance is sweet with plenty of chemistry and a few bumps in the road for the characters to work through. If you're looking for a short and sweet romance with a happily-ever-after ending, give this one a try!

I really loved these characters. I loved the small-town charm with all the interesting characters. I loved how Tucker watches out for his elderly neighbor. I love how he jumps right in to this new phase of his life and isn't egotistical about it. He's willing to let Missy show him the ropes. I loved the chemistry between the two characters as well. My hang-ups had to do with the ending a little. I don't always think that everything should be perfectly tied up and I didn't like how Missy was going to hold the ranch over Tucker's head.

In the end, was it what I wished for? This was an enjoyable story. I had a few hang-ups towards the end, but still loved these characters and the story overall.

Content: Clean
Source: I received a complimentary copy through ebooksforreview.com, which did not require a review nor affect it in any way.

Other Books in the Series

Check out my reviews of the other books I've read in the collection:
Valentine's Day Collection (A Timeless Romance Anthology Book 19)Blind Date Collection (A Timeless Romance Anthology Book 18)From Cairo, With Love (Timeless Romance Single Book 1)
A Timeless Romance Anthology: Mail Order Bride CollectionUnder the Mistletoe Collection (A Timeless Romance Anthology Book 14)A Timeless Romance Anthology: All Hallow's EveA Timeless Romance Anthology: Annette Lyon Collection
Silver Bells Collection (A Timeless Romance Anthology)A Timeless Romance Anthology: Summer in New York CollectionA Timeless Romance Anthology: All Regency CollectionA Timeless Romance Anthology: California Dreamin' Collection


Have you read this one or will you be? Any favorites from this line of books?

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