Book Review: Chemistry Lessons by Rebecca H. Jamison

Chemistry LessonsTitle: Chemistry Lessons
Author: Rebecca H. Jamison
Publisher: Honeywood
Release Date: June 21, 2016

Book Summary:

Everyone in Lone Spur knows Rosie will accept even the most unlovable animal into her life. Men, though, are a different story.

Take Destry, the guy who bought the ranch next door. Sure, he’s handsome and wealthy, but he wears flip-flops to work his fields. Not that Rosie should worry about him getting hurt.
Her biggest concern is that she needs to buy her grandfather’s ranch before her uncle sells it out from under her. The problem is that on her teacher’s salary, she doesn’t qualify for a loan. Her long-time boyfriend, Tanner, proposes a solution—they can get married and qualify for a loan together, only Rosie isn’t sure if her heart is with her faithful fiancé, her ranch, or her swoon-worthy neighbor.



This is a great book. It took me a few chapters to get into the book, but once I did, I didn’t want to put it down. It could have been that I was simply not in the right mood for the book when I first picked it up. After I read the first few chapters, I set it down for a few days and read a couple other books. Once I picked it back up, the story drew me in.
Destry and Rosie are great characters. The more I got to know them, the more I liked them. I liked a lot of the other characters as well. I would not be averse to reading other stories featuring these characters. There was a lot of tension in this story, but I felt the story evolved and unfolded well.
Rating: 4.5 stars – Highly Recommend
Content: Clean
Source: Review Copy
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  1. The cover alone invites me to read the book!