Too much of a good thing is too much of a good thing, so having said that on occasion I go off the reservation and try to diversify my reading material. Emily’s Chance is one of those breaks. This is not a tale of
international intrigue or Emily saving the world from terrorists. She’s a different
character for me, and I enjoyed it. A nice shifting of the gears , a breath of
fresh air if you will. Okay I think you got the point, here is a synopsis of
the novel; I got this from the back cover of the novel:

“Emily Rose may be in the tiny West Texas town of Callahan Crossing for the moment, but it’s just a rung on her ladder to success. Her work at the Callahan Crossing Historical Museum will look good on her
ever-growing resume as she attempts to break into the prestigious world of a
big city museum curator. Little does she know that cowboy and contractor Chance
Callahan has decided that he can convince her to stay- both with the town and
with him. As he helps Emily restore the town’s history after a devastating
fire, can he help her uncover the value of love?”

Emily’s Chance is a refreshing and fulfilling novel to read. I am not a big fan of the state of Texas right now as I am a Yankees fan, but the novel put me in a good frame of mind. I like the positions the novel takes,
the viewpoints, and also the messages of love, healing and redemption. The
dialogue is good, the character development is right on and I got the feel I
was there in Callahan Crossing. Reading about a contractor that isn’t putting
the screws to a homeowner is nice, at least in fiction there is an honest
contractor. I am always up for having
love as a central theme, and I did fall in love with this novel. Why don’t you
take the journey to Callahan Crossing and fall in love with Emily, there is a
“Chance” you may really enjoy it as much as I did.

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