A Chance to Let Go (Copperhead Creek - Australian Romance Book 3) Kindle Edition
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- File Size : 552 KB
- Print Length : 190 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : S M Spencer (27 August 2016)
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Screen Reader : Supported
- ASIN : B01L5PCBS2
- Best Sellers Rank: 113,013 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Reviewed in Australia on 9 April 2018
I purchased this book as I had already read the first two in the series and enjoyed them. However, this book has unfinished issues and I expect will have to buy more to find out what happened to Luke and Cindy. Not impressed.
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Reviewed in Australia on 15 May 2017
REALLY ENJOYED THE THIRD BOOK IN THE COPPERHEAD CREEK SERIES. I THOUGHT THE STORY WAS SIMILAR TO THE LAST TWO BOOKS, WHICH KEPT ME INTERESTED IN. S.M. SPENCER S BOOKS ARE WORTH BUYING.
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Sweet Romance set in AustraliaReviewed in the United States on 5 January 2017
A very sincere romance set in Australia. After a bad marriage, our heroine escapes to a sedate life running a B and B with her new husband, who is much more like a friend. When her second husband dies, the protagonist embarks on the hard task of dating at an older age. I'm not a romance reader, but I was intrigued by this book because the protagonist meets two eligible men who peek her interest, and this kept me reading on to find out what was going to happen. I would recommend this author to romance readers. I thought it was a fairly clean read.
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A thoroughly enjoyable romance.Reviewed in the United States on 14 September 2016
Pauline Evans feels adrift in her life as she adapts to her life as a widow and without her now grown son. She is the proprietor of the local B&B in the small Australian town of Willows. Tired of feeling invisible, she embarks on her journey of self-discovery with a makeover that leads to a boon in her self-confidence. Her newfound adventurous spirit gives her the courage to try new things and opens her heart to another chance for love. I thoroughly enjoyed A Chance to Let Go and highly recommend it to anyone who loves a sweet, clean romance.
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A Romantic JourneyReviewed in the United States on 3 September 2016
Another enjoyable read from SM Spencer. Her Copper Creek series is beginning to hit its stride. A Chance to Let go tells of a woman making life choices to ensure a better life for herself and her son. The town of Willow has provided her with space and peace to raise her son, and now she is looking down a path of comfortable sameness, as he grows up and moves away. But Willow has more to offer than a peaceful refuge. There is hidden romantic interest and open lavish courting awaiting our heroine. Who knew! Ms Spencer deftly handles the progress of her heroine through life's puzzle of who to choose and even what choices are available. It is realistic and charming.The characters are true to life and the plot has twists to keep you interested. And, of course, there are horses!
Life is boring in Australia if this book is anything to go byReviewed in the United States on 14 January 2018
Apparently life is very slow in rural Australia. This book was so boring I couldn't decide whether to continue or not. Nothing really goes anywhere. The smarmy suitor seems threatening but he never really does. The heartsick in-love-from-afar hero is tongue tied most of the time, like many of the author's male characters. The heroine acts like a never-been-kissed virgin although she's been married twice. It's hard to care about these people. When things finally pick up in the last 20% of the book very little is resolved. I'm surprised this author could find a publisher.
Lovely StoryReviewed in the United States on 20 February 2019
If ever a woman deserves a second chance, it's a woman who has been mistreated by a man. Pauline is that woman. Abused and mistreated by her first husband, she manages to leave him and make a decent life for herself and her son, Ross. She does well, as she is a woman of strength and courage. Sharing a great friendship with Allen becomes a journey of destiny. Wonderful story. Loved it.