[Review] Between the Reins – Liz Isaacson

between the reins - liz isaacson

I am always a bit wary when trying out new authors and I joined this author’s Street Team on Facebook before really reading any of her books. So I sat down to read this one and I was sucked in right away. It was such a cute second-chance love story. The main characters had been together in high school and then he left to pursue his dream of music, leaving her behind. Years pass, he becomes guardian of his deceased sister’s daughter, and he ends up hiring her as his nanny. Sparks fly again and it was just so romantic! Of course, there are a few bumps along the way but I loved how the story progressed. The biggest thing I liked was that all three characters, adults and child alike, had their own voices. Many times, an author will make their characters all sound the same, basically an extension of themselves. But this book wasn’t like that. It made it really easy to tell who was talking without seeing a name on the page.

This book definitely has me wanting to read more of the series. And there aren’t really any spoilers (at least, not that I’m aware of) because, although it’s book 4 in the series, they all pretty much stand on their own feet. Companion novels, I think is what they’re called.

If you’re looking for a great, clean romance read that’s perfect for summertime (or anytime), you can pick it up on Amazon! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
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