Book Review: Starting Over at Steeple Ridge by Liz Isaacson

Title: Starting Over at Steeple Ridge
Author: Liz Isaacson
Series: Timeless Romance Single
Publisher: Mirror Press
Release Date: March 20, 2017

Book Summary:

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?

This was a cute story. I liked the characters and how the story included their relationship with God. The writing was decent. I enjoyed the story, but it did not draw me in as much as I would have liked. I kind of feel like this story would have been better as a novel with a more developed story line and more time to get to know the characters. I did really liked the ending.

Rating: 3.5 stars – good book
Content: Clean
Source: review copy

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