"There's mo' opportunity in Opportunity, MO," except when a drought discourages the normal tourist trade. Though her B&B/antiques business has fallen off, Billie D'Allesandro doesn't let it dampen her spirits.
At forty, she no longer entertains any notions about falling in love and living happily ever after. Instead, she focuses on helping her friends and neighbors, giving generously of both her time and her money. When her niece arrives with her four-year-old twin daughters, Billie finds it a welcome distraction.
After a traumatic experience, Chad Moore abandoned his faith, but not his friends. Keeping a promise, he travels to Opportunity to stay at Billie's B&B. He can't help developing an affection for the little town, and for Billie. Will he have to destroy one in order to save the other?
©2012 Diane L. Adams (P)2013 Diane L. Adams
This is an account I have with my husband. Some reviews are his some are mine.
This is a good fast listen, I gobbled it up in a few days. I enjoyed the storyline and the characters. I liked the slow pull of the romance between the two characters and would listen to this author again.
There were several. I liked the scene where Chad saved the little girl, and where she met someone special, I don't want to spoil the story. I enjoyed feeling like I was at the lake and a part of their vacation like atmosphere.
She did a good job with all of the characters, I felt like I could really tell each one apart when she was reading for that character well done.
Chad of course after all he has a lot of money and wanted to stand on the corner and give money away so why not :)
I enjoy audio books they make doing the evening house chores almost fun. I will check out more audios by this reader and Diane Adams. If you're looking for a good clean read with some romance and a little turmoil then this is it.
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