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For fans of the feel-good romantic stories found on the Hallmark Channel...read and enjoy the first three books in the best-selling Three Rivers Ranch Romance series now. Sexy and strong military cowboys, second chance romance, older brother's best friend, and a secret baby romance - all with the inspirational romance you're craving.
Over 1300 reviews on the individual books!
Second Chance Ranch: Major Squire Ackerman 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, do Squire and Kelley have the patience and faith to make their second chance possible?
Third Time's the Charm: First Lieutenant Peter Marshall has a truckload of debt and no way to provide for a family, but Chelsea helps him see past all the obstacles, all the scars. With so many unknowns, can Pete and Chelsea develop the love, acceptance, and faith needed to find their happily ever after?
Fourth and Long: Commander Brett Murphy goes to Three Rivers Ranch to find some rest and relaxation with his Army buddies. Having his ex-wife show up with a seven-year-old she claims is his son is anything but the R and R he craves. Kate needs to make amends, and Brett needs to find forgiveness, but are they too late to find their happily ever after?
Read all the novels by USA Today best-selling author, Liz Isaacson!
Ce que les auditeurs disent de Three Rivers Ranch Romance Box Set, Books 1 - 3
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- Amazon Customer
Stories were adorable although predictable. Could have been a little more juicy. Overall good listens.
- Cheryl Clark
Don't waste your credit on these books.
I was really looking forward to listening to Liz Isaacson's books after hearing her speak on a Kindle direct publishing webinar. Unfortunately I was disappointed. The character development of the three books is dreadfully lacking. I understand that these are written for a certain age group but good grief the character development is so thin & so transparent that you can't even get a good sense of why you're listening to the books. I only listened to them because I spent a credit on them. The narrator is so-so. By the third book every single voice sounds exactly the same and there is no differentiation between the characters. The incredibly superficial spirituality is just that. It's light & superficial. Either leave it out or develop it more thoroughly for a true Christian reader. I understand now why she can publish