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review 2017-09-28 21:13
Her Christmas Chance (A Christmas Creek Romance) by Rachelle Ayala
Her Christmas Chance (A Christmas Creek Romance Book 2) - Rachelle Ayala

 

Life is too short and serious to not look at the lighter side.  That's what I love about Ms. Ayala, she finds humor in the humorless, magic in the heartbreaking, hope in the unattainable. Her philosophy is anything is possible with a little love, a ton of faith and a lifetime of optimism.  Case in point:  Her Christmas Chance.   For Bella, the world has been a challenging place and her body her worst enemy, but her heart is her greatest asset.  Her empathetic nature helps her experience life in a different way.  She sees beauty where others find despair.  Chance is no hero.  He's made one too many mistakes and disappointed the people that love him most, but even when hope is lost, he has a cheerleader waiting in the wings, encouraging him to become a better man.  A great story, has basis in realism and Her Christmas Chance deserves high praise for that.

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review 2017-09-21 14:44
Intercepted by Love - Part 4 (The Quarterback's Heart) by Rachelle Ayala
Intercepted by Love: Part Four (The Quarterback's Heart Book 4) - Rachelle Ayala

 

Is the payoff really worth the aggravation?  This couple has trust issues, emotional issues, manipulative acquaintances, unearthed secrets, family responsibilities and career obligations standing in the way of their happiness.  When does the drama become enough? I am not a fan of the serial format but I have to admit, Ms. Ayala is good at being unpredictable.  Cade and Andie are every cautionary tale that needs to be addressed, but there's something to be said for persistence.

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review 2017-09-21 14:13
Summer Love Puppy (Have A Hart) by Rachelle Ayala
Summer Love Puppy (Have A Hart, #5) - Rachelle Ayala

 

There is no perfect story, only gifted writers.  Ms. Ayala is an expert at forging a connection between readers and her cast of eclectically irresistible characters.  Whether human or animal, they all bring something to the table.  Life lessons, emotional moments or just a figurative hug to brighten up someone's day, it's stories like Summer Love Puppy that have kept me in love with reading for years.  Linx and Grady have traveled a hard road in order to find a second chance.  Will there be forgiveness and understanding at the end of the trek?  The beginning of something special is just waiting to be explored.

 

 

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review 2017-09-03 14:01
Christmas Stray by Rachelle Ayala
Christmas Stray - Rachelle Ayala

 

Christmas Stray had me catching my breath while losing my heart. Juliette and Gabe's story is as profound as it is heartbreaking.  What once was strong, has been fractured by grief and hopelessness.  Ms. Ayala tackles the subject of lost faith and broken hearts, while inspiring readers with her courageous characters.  No parent should have to endure what this couple did.  However, an adorable puppy and an equally lost little boy give this broken couple a chance at healing and moving forward.  KLEENEX IS A MUST!!

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review 2017-09-03 13:03
A Pet for Christmas (For Christmas #2) by Rachelle Ayala
A Pet for Christmas (Sweet Holiday Romance) (A Veteran's Christmas Book 2) - Rachelle Ayala

 

The holidays should be a time of family togetherness and joy.  For Kelly and Tyler, it's anything but.  A Pet for Christmas takes up where A Father for Christmas ended.  Kelly, Bree and Tyler are on the verge of becoming a family, until circumstances throw a monkey wrench in their plans.  It will take a Christmas miracle, a leap of faith and love's unending strength to guide this almost family to their happily ever after.  Ms. Ayala is an emotional writer.  She seeks out the heart and speaks directly to the vulnerability that makes us human.  Getting to read her wise words is always a pleasureable experience, but what I enjoy most is when the characters come alive.  Elizabeth Klett adds to that realism with animated vocal range.  Getting to experience the two together is a treasure not to be missed.

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