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AboutWhat happens when your heart is intercepted before you even know it's in play?
The folks in Last Chance, New Mexico, could not be more pleased. Dr. Jessica MacLeod has opened an office right on Main Street and Andy Ryan, the best athlete the little town ever produced, has come home from the NFL to coach the high school football team. Unfortunately, Dr. Jess immediately gets off on the wrong foot with this football-obsessed town when she admits that she's never seen a football game, isn't really interested in doing so, and in fact doesn't know a first down from a goalpost.
Despite having little in common, Jess and Andy find themselves drawn to each other. But when a disagreement over the future of an injured player puts them both on the defensive, it begins to look like this game is over . . .
Praise for the A Place to Call Home series
"A warm-hearted look at ordinary people living out genuine faith."--Crosswalk.com
"A gentle love story with a cozy feel. . . . It boasts well-crafted characters who feel like old friends."--Library Journal
"Armstrong demonstrates her gift for creating moments of descriptive magic."--Booklist
Cathleen Armstrong lives in Orange County, California, with her husband, Ed, and their corgi. Though she has been in California for many years now, her roots remain deep in New Mexico. Her debut novel Welcome to Last Chance won the American Christian Fiction Writers Genesis Award for Women's Fiction. She is also the author of One More Last Chance and At Home in Last Chance. Learn more at www.cathleenarmstrong.com.
Praise for Welcome to Last Chance
"A wonderful debut novel. . . . Readers will enjoy the simplicity of Welcome to Last Chance and the complexity of Lainie's character."--New York Journal of Books
"Cathleen Armstrong's debut novel is a warm-hearted look at ordinary people living out genuine faith."--Crosswalk.com
"With equal parts hope, charm, and tender faith, Cathleen Armstrong spins a tale as warm and welcoming as a roadside cafe on a dusty highway. Exit from the fast lane and visit Last Chance. It's a place you won't soon forget."--Lisa Wingate, bestselling and award-winning author of Firefly Island and Blue Moon Bay
Praise for One More Last Chance
"Armstrong continues her A Place to Call Home series with this sweet romance that features vivid descriptions of the Southwestern landscape, colorful supporting characters, and engaging relationships subtly shaped by Christian faith."--Booklist
"A gentle love story with a cozy feel. . . . It boasts well-crafted characters who feel like old friends, and its theme of hope leaves readers with the knowledge that for everyone, there really can be one more last chance. This tale is recommended for all fans of sweet and light romances."--Library Journal
Praise for At Home in Last Chance
"Armstrong breathes fresh life into the familiar faces and places of Last Chance as she introduces new characters with their own compelling problems and continues, with satisfying results, ongoing plotlines. Once again, Armstrong demonstrates her gift for capturing tiny details and creating moments of descriptive magic that will captivate new and returning readers."--Booklist
"Devotees of Armstrong's series will be thrilled to return to this small town. First-time readers will be delightfully entertained as the author carefully weaves plot threads with details of each character's backstory so that one can jump easily in with this installment. Fans of Melody Carlson will be quick to snatch up this entry that is full of adventure, romance, and fun."--Library Journal
Author Cathleen Armstrong has written another great book to her "A Place to Call Home Series", called "Last Chance Hero"In this novel we find a man who was a young star in high school when he played football, being asked to come back and coach the high school kids. The town loves football and everything about it. Dr. Jessica MacLeod has decided to start her practice here. But, she hates football. The sparks start to fly when Jessica starts to like Andy and he starts to like her. Will anything happen if they both are so different? Will an argument ruin any chance of a future? I give this book a 4/5. I was given this book by Revell Publishing Company and all opinions are mine.