Free-spirited Elizabeth Foster turned her back on her father's photography business to pursue musical theater, but a career on the stage remains second to a career behind the camera. The possibility of a one-show contract means she's a few weeks from unemployment forcing her home, and her dreams of pursuing professional photography reemerge. With photography and theater opportunities unfolding before her, Elizabeth faces her biggest challenge yet—listening to her heart.
Meanwhile, sought-after photographer Ryan Callahan has put his career on hold to help his sister's family, but the promise of a bigger assignment could lure him away so he can begin building a family of his own. With professional opportunities and personal obligations pulling at him, Ryan faces his toughest challenge—balancing family, relationships, and work.
If given the choice, what dreams would develop for Elizabeth and Ryan? And will they learn to trust each other enough to focus on love?
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A sweet, clean romance.
It's really exciting to be following Candee Fick's work-it keeps getting better and better! Focus on Love begins where Dance Over Me ends, so the setting was familiar to me. The story stands on its own, despite being second in a series.
The main characters were adorable. I loved how the author drew me in to their relationship through their repartee. The story line was well-developed and believable.
Readers who appreciate contemporary romance will want to read this book, as well as any photography or musical theater fans. I have read all of Candee Fick's books and have graduated from reader to a fan!
I received a digital copy of this book from the author for review purposes. The thoughts expressed here are my own.
About the Author:
In addition to writing clean faith-based romance novels and inspirational non-fiction, Candee coaches other authors with their marketing plans and offers content editing to aspiring novelists. She is a member of both American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and the Christian Proofreaders and Editors Network. Her fiction has semi-finaled, finaled, and won the ACFW Genesis Contest and Selah Awards.