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Life for Kelly McGregor is a daily drudge of driving her overbearing father’s mules along Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Canal. She dreams of one day owning an art gallery where her own drawings and paintings are on display. But these dreams don’t include marriage. . .not after seeing what her father has done to her mother. How then can Mike Cooper, a general store owner, make her realize he is different than her father and wants to support her artistic talent? Will Kelly learn that dreams can walk hand in hand with a love created by God?

My Review: This is a sweet book.  Any female from age 13 to 100 could enjoy it – a great read for Valentine’s Day because it is a love story.  I appreciated it because it shows that not all people are the same.  This is a Christian fiction book,  but is mild and not over the top as far as “preachiness.”  The Wanda Brunstetter books I have read in the past have been about the Amish community.  This book I would consider more historical fiction.  Kelly’s Chance is entertaining and light reading.  I would recommend it for a great escape when life gets too hectic.  It kind of reminds me of the Grace Livingston Hill books I used to read if you are at all familiar with that author.

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