Miracle on Chance Avenue by Jane Porter
Book starts out with Rory Douglas and he's on the bull when he sees her as they open the gates.
He recalls seeing her at every rodeo stop along the circuit but she's never approached him. He knows she's there for him.
Sadie has followed her impossible dreams and she has followed him throughout the rides and even went in to see him at the hospital when he told her to get out. She just wants his baby but she can never tell him. Then her mom died and that crushed her.
She had worked at Big Sky but now works in town at her own business and she's saving for a family. She works at the real estate agency also and is waiting for a man to come to the house as he's rented it....
What I liked about this story was the theme-how do you tell someone that you've had a crush on that you want his baby. She's so determined and he remembers her at every stop. He feels she is his angel-looking out for him. He'd never settle down but he'd marry her in a heartbeat.
He'd done the renovation work himself in the house and had rented it out over the years. She has no clue.
She refinishes furniture that others throw out everything learned from her mother. Love hearing of one using their own hands to make a living and how they do it.
Loved hearing of the tree where you select a gift to get for a child and it strikes him as he's a caring man and the scholarships he set up for others in town over the years. The bad memories are leaving and good ones are taking their place.
Lots of heartache and fun and laughs also. When I started reading this series the Indian Paintbrush flower are the seeds I bought online to grow myself because the struck something in me and I knew my garden needed them also. Liked the praying for a chance, that's all he needed.
Loved hearing of the activities they do during the season and finding the perfect ornaments depicting the season.
I received this review book from Net Galley and this is my honest review.