Second Chance Ranch

Second Chance Ranch

by Liz Isaacson

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A wounded Army cowboy, a divorcée with a child, and their second chance to heal old hurts...

After his deployment, injured and discharged Major Squire Ackerman returns to Three Rivers Ranch, anxious to prove himself capable of running the cattle operation so his parents can retire. Things would be easier if the ranch wasn't missing 1.6 million dollars, which forces Squire to hire Kelly, the girl who rejected his high school prom invitation, as his accountant.

She's back in town with her four-year-old son, living in her parent's basement until she can get her life back together. With fresh ink on her divorce papers and open gashes on her heart, she's not ready for much beyond her new job on the ranch.

Squire wants to forgive Kelly for ignoring him a decade ago. He'd like to provide the stable life she needs, but with old wounds opening and a ranch on the brink of financial collapse, it will take patience and faith to make their second chance possible.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161479322
Publisher: AEJ Creative Works Inc
Publication date: 03/09/2019
Series: Three Rivers Ranch Romance , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,154
File size: 660 KB

About the Author

USA Today bestselling author Liz Isaacson writes inspirational cowboy romances. Her Three Rivers Ranch Romance series has multiple #1 bestsellers. She loves all things to do with contemporary cowboys, and will write romance in Texas, Montana, Vermont, Wyoming, and anywhere else she can find horses and mountains. Find out more at Join her fandom by texting COWBOY to 801-618-2114 for exclusive sales and freebies.

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Second Chance Ranch (Three Rivers Ranch Romance, #1) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Anonymous 2 days ago
Liz Isaacson wrote a contemporary story dealing with the after-effects of war. Squire had left his family's ranch after college, and had enlisted in the Army. He had no intention of coming back to run the operation, until he was wounded in action. The result was that he had a rod in his leg, and he walked with a limp. He suffered silently with the horros of PTSD. Kelly found out that her marriage wasn't real. Her husband had been lying to her and he kept a mistress. Taylor had been her boss who she fell in love with, married, had a child with, and now was divorced from. Squire had a crush on Kellyfor decades. She was his older sister's best friend, and was constantly around their ranch growing up. Kelly never saw Squire in anyway as a romantic interest perhaps due to their two years of age difference. Until she applied for a job on his family ranch... This is a Christian based novel, but it wasn't preachy. Instead it was a story where people lived a moral life and they had a solid foundation in their world based upon their religious foundation, and faith in God. I would recomend this for any adult reader.
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Anonymous 27 days ago
Thanks for such a good story, i am looking forward to reading threst of the series
Anonymous 28 days ago
I was surprised to read a good love story without the raunchy love scenes. I really enjoyed the book and will look forward to her other books.
Anonymous 30 days ago
Excellent story
RISPY 3 months ago
I really liked this book but when I went to see about buying the others to this series. I can't get them through B&N only through Amazon apparently. Why does the publisher only put one book with B&N and then make the others unavailable? I buy my books only through the Nook. This isn't the first time its happened to me.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Christion faith and forgiveness plot. ? CB
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Anonymous 4 months ago
A lot of ups and downs in the mood of the book. I ended up reading the whole book in one night. I am glad I stayed up to read it.
Anonymous 4 months ago
Good story line. Finished book in one session. Will read the rest in series.
Anonymous 5 months ago
Very well written book. Loved it!!!
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Sibermom 5 months ago
This is my first introduction to Liz Isaacson's writing and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It's great to read a Christian Romance that isn't preachy, just a good, clean, love story. The Texas drawl seemed a bit strained at times, and the military ranks left me wondering how one friend became a major in such a short time while the other remained a lieutenant, but these were such minor points it didn't hurt the story. I'm looking forward to future books coming out on Nook so I can read them, too.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've been a fan of this author's since her very first book, Possession. I don't believe there's anything she can't write, so when I saw she had a new book coming out I had to jump on it. I loved how she was able to write a Christian romance without slapping me in the face with too many God references. I have found that other "inspirational" or "Christian" books can be a bit heavy-handed, but Liz (Elana) introduced the church/God aspect as a matter of fact, daily living sort of thing, which makes it very comfortable to read. It's not lecture-y or preachy, just a family living through their faith. I also really enjoyed the very real struggle of dating after a divorce, especially with a child involved, which ups the emotional risk. This is a book I will likely read again and I will continue to buy and devour this author's books as they are released.