Book Reviews

Second Chance Ranch by Liz Isaacson

My edition: Kindle owned
Pages: 284
Series: Three Rivers Ranch #1
Genre: Christian Fiction, Western, Romance
Published: Sept. 15, 2015
Rating: 3 stars


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.


Our hero’s name is Squire… I really don’t know how to feel about that name.

Kelly has moved back to her hometown with her four-year-old son after getting divorced. She ends up getting a job at Three Rivers Ranch where her best friend from high school grew up.

Squire now home from the army helps with the ranch. When his older sister’s best friend is hired as their new accountant, old feelings come rushing back.

I don’t really know how I feel about this book. It had its cute moments but nothing wowed me. Also, some of the army stuff didn’t quite seem right, but I could be wrong on that. I need to ask my husband’s best friend who served to see if this author did her research right.

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