I had no idea when Sadie Cole caught my eye, that she would also steal my heart. My daughter’s new dance teacher with her jet black hair and haunting blue eyes intrigued me. Her tight outfits and bare skin taunted me. Most importantly, she was amazing with my daughter.
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NICUnurse’s Review of Take a Chance on Me by Lea Coll
I loved Lea Coll’s book, Easy Moves. It was the first book of hers that I’d read. So I was excited to dive into Sadie and Tanner’s story in Take A Chance on Me. And I got more than I bargained for. This is a story of perseverance, unconditional love, redemption, and healing. Sadie has to be one of the strongest heroines I’ve ever read in a story. And Tanner is just simply one of the good guys…always striving to do the right thing even when he makes mistakes. Able to look past the labels this small town has insisted stick with Sadie, he’s just…swoonworthy!
NICUnurse’s Rating: If you love small-town contemporary romances that are full of emotion, you will love this book. I was swept along with the rising and falling of the waves of Sadie’s emotions. Yet, in the end, with unconditional love and support despite the rumors of her past, she rose above it all. All she needed was just one person to wholly love her, wholly believe in her, and wholly stand beside her come what may. Take A Chance on Me will tug at your heartstrings, leave you in tears in some moments, and then have you standing up and cheering for unconditional love and acceptance. It’s about who you become, not who you were.
I give Take A Chance on Me by Lea Coll 4 out of 5 propellers!