Saturday, May 17, 2014

One More Last Chance - A Review

Published - May, 2014, Revell Books, a division of Baker Publishing Group

Series - A Place to Call Home book 2

Author - Cathleen Armstrong

Title - One More Last Chance

Format - ebook, paper

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Sarah Cooley has returned to her hometown of Last Chance, New Mexico as a new 2nd grade teacher. She's thrilled to be back in Last Chance because nothing ever changes there. Yet, unknown to Sarah, change is coming. Chris Reed is the new owner of the Dip-n-Dine diner and would love to change things on the menu. Yet everything that he tries is consistently vetoed by his cook.When he suddenly finds himself caring for his seven year old niece, he comes to realize that sometimes change is good.

This book had the feel of a typical small town. It seemed to just kind of gently flow along. I'm not saying that it was slow moving, because I read this in a day and a half, but that it just felt like a small town. I loved the townspeople. I loved how they'd come together to welcome someone into the community and to help out when things needed it. I loved how Chris wanted to change things, slowly. I did feel that Sarah was a little too resistant to change, but as the book went along, she got better.

Overall, this would be a good summer read. I enjoyed it. I'm looking forward to the next one.

I received this book for free from Revell books for the purpose of reviewing. My thoughts and opinions are my own.

Recommended to fans of women's fiction, Becky Wade, Melissa Tagg, Irene Hannon

Rating - 4 stars

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