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She's been going ranch-to-ranch looking for work. He's just finished most of the construction at Shiloh Ridge. Bishop hires Montana anyway, because she's the beautiful blonde he's attracted to, and she's worked with the best woodworker in the state for years. Can they navigate the construction around the ranch and inside their own lives to find their happily-ever-after for She's been going ranch-to-ranch looking for work. He's just finished most of the construction at Shiloh Ridge. Bishop hires Montana anyway, because she's the beautiful blonde he's attracted to, and she's worked with the best woodworker in the state for years. Can they navigate the construction around the ranch and inside their own lives to find their happily-ever-after for the holidays? Bishop Glover is the youngest brother, and he usually keeps his head down and gets his work done. He learned construction from his dad in the wood shop at Shiloh Ridge, and he's just finished a cabin renovation when he learns the house where some of his brothers live is infested with termites. The cowboy cabins up the road are full of mold too. So he hires Montana Martin when she knocks on his door, asking if he needs any help. Sure, she's gorgeous with all that blonde hair that pulls hard on Bishop's heart, but she's got plenty of talent too. Montana has started her own home design company, but as luck would have it, so has someone else in town, and Micah Walker has more money and more influence than she does. His business took off while hers whimpers in the shadows and leaves her going ranch to ranch, asking for work. She'll do whatever she has to do to make ends meet so she can support herself and her fourteen-year-old daughter. They'e already living with her aunt and uncle, but when Bishop agrees to her high daily rate, Montana starts to believe she'll finally get a place of her own. But Montana holds darkness in her heart, including hard feelings for her family, her ex-husband, and even the Walkers. As she and Bishop work together, they have to deal with family secrets, her dating teenager, and the pain they both have in their pasts. Will the construction in their personal lives bring them together this Christmas? Or will it only drive a wedge between them?


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She's been going ranch-to-ranch looking for work. He's just finished most of the construction at Shiloh Ridge. Bishop hires Montana anyway, because she's the beautiful blonde he's attracted to, and she's worked with the best woodworker in the state for years. Can they navigate the construction around the ranch and inside their own lives to find their happily-ever-after for She's been going ranch-to-ranch looking for work. He's just finished most of the construction at Shiloh Ridge. Bishop hires Montana anyway, because she's the beautiful blonde he's attracted to, and she's worked with the best woodworker in the state for years. Can they navigate the construction around the ranch and inside their own lives to find their happily-ever-after for the holidays? Bishop Glover is the youngest brother, and he usually keeps his head down and gets his work done. He learned construction from his dad in the wood shop at Shiloh Ridge, and he's just finished a cabin renovation when he learns the house where some of his brothers live is infested with termites. The cowboy cabins up the road are full of mold too. So he hires Montana Martin when she knocks on his door, asking if he needs any help. Sure, she's gorgeous with all that blonde hair that pulls hard on Bishop's heart, but she's got plenty of talent too. Montana has started her own home design company, but as luck would have it, so has someone else in town, and Micah Walker has more money and more influence than she does. His business took off while hers whimpers in the shadows and leaves her going ranch to ranch, asking for work. She'll do whatever she has to do to make ends meet so she can support herself and her fourteen-year-old daughter. They'e already living with her aunt and uncle, but when Bishop agrees to her high daily rate, Montana starts to believe she'll finally get a place of her own. But Montana holds darkness in her heart, including hard feelings for her family, her ex-husband, and even the Walkers. As she and Bishop work together, they have to deal with family secrets, her dating teenager, and the pain they both have in their pasts. Will the construction in their personal lives bring them together this Christmas? Or will it only drive a wedge between them?

30 review for The Construction of Cheer

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kristen Lewendon

    I love the way these books set in Three Rivers become about entire families, the whole community. This may have been Bishop and Montana’s story, but the whole Glover clan plays important parts in it. Heck, even the Walkers get pulled back into the drama too. I fell for Bishop pretty much from the beginning of this book. However, I didn’t always understand Montana, so I wasn’t always as connected to her the way I was with Bishop. One of the things I liked best about this book was seeing how all t I love the way these books set in Three Rivers become about entire families, the whole community. This may have been Bishop and Montana’s story, but the whole Glover clan plays important parts in it. Heck, even the Walkers get pulled back into the drama too. I fell for Bishop pretty much from the beginning of this book. However, I didn’t always understand Montana, so I wasn’t always as connected to her the way I was with Bishop. One of the things I liked best about this book was seeing how all the family relationships play out in this book, both the good and the bad. And the more we get to know about the Glover family, the more I want to read the stories of the individual family members. I’m already looking forward to what’s coming next. I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book from the author.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jennie Fortna

    ARC for honest review with no compensation 4.5 stars The Construction of Cheer is book 3 in the Shiloh Ranch in Three Rivers series by Liz Isaacson about the Glover family. Next up is Bishop Glover and Montana Martin. Montana has her own construction company she needs more jobs to pay her bills so she goes from ranch promoting her business. Bishop is head of construction at the Shiloh Ridge Ranch but he needs more help. When Montana shows up at his door, sparks ignite so he hires her on the spot. Wh ARC for honest review with no compensation 4.5 stars The Construction of Cheer is book 3 in the Shiloh Ranch in Three Rivers series by Liz Isaacson about the Glover family. Next up is Bishop Glover and Montana Martin. Montana has her own construction company she needs more jobs to pay her bills so she goes from ranch promoting her business. Bishop is head of construction at the Shiloh Ridge Ranch but he needs more help. When Montana shows up at his door, sparks ignite so he hires her on the spot. What happens next will keep you turning pages to see updates on the family, disagreements that happen, challenges that need to be met but with the support of family, faith and love, Bishop and Montana will find their HEA!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Marie

    Will Bishop find his Person? Bishop is the youngest Gliver and has always struggled to find his place in the family, he worries he will be overshadowed, looked over, that he is not needed and he really needs to be needed, to be wanted, to be accepted....unconditionally. The minute he sees Montana he knows that she is important, she could be his 'one', but she has more emotional baggage than he does. Is he prepared to accept Montana completely? Unconditionally? Watching Montana struggle is difficul Will Bishop find his Person? Bishop is the youngest Gliver and has always struggled to find his place in the family, he worries he will be overshadowed, looked over, that he is not needed and he really needs to be needed, to be wanted, to be accepted....unconditionally. The minute he sees Montana he knows that she is important, she could be his 'one', but she has more emotional baggage than he does. Is he prepared to accept Montana completely? Unconditionally? Watching Montana struggle is difficult and your heart goes out to her, those who should love and support her without question, have betrayed her and left her with a daughter to raise with almost no support system, so she is wary, hesitant to trust generally but overly cautious witb her heart and Rory's...however Bishop is patient, he is happy to go slow and prove himself. Will she be able to lower her walls and open her heart? Once again we get not just Bushop and Montana's story but more of the Glover family and even a catch up with the Walker's too, which is one of the best things about this series, you get to see the family grow as they bring you into their circle and let you see the good, the bad, the ugly and of course the love. You truly feel like a nember of the family and look forward to more visits to Shiloh Ridge Ranch.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    Another great story from Shiloh Ridge Ranch! Bishop is the youngest of the Glover men and he loves blondes. He answers the door early one morning and finds a gorgeous blonde looking for a job doing construction on the ranch. Montana is a single mother of a teenage daughter who is trying to keep her construction business profitable. She needs steady, good paying work so she can make a better life for her and her daughter. There is definitely an attraction between the two but Montana is very indep Another great story from Shiloh Ridge Ranch! Bishop is the youngest of the Glover men and he loves blondes. He answers the door early one morning and finds a gorgeous blonde looking for a job doing construction on the ranch. Montana is a single mother of a teenage daughter who is trying to keep her construction business profitable. She needs steady, good paying work so she can make a better life for her and her daughter. There is definitely an attraction between the two but Montana is very independent and also has to consider her daughter. You will love the interactions with a teenager especially when she begins dating and getting advice from the Glover women! It is so special when the Glovers find old love letters between their parents and a bonus of letters written to each of them from their father before he passed. The Glover family traditions at Christmas will bring tears to your eyes. These stories show the love and commitment between family members. They may not always get along or like each other but they always love each other. And they all have complex issues they must get through. This is a great series with older main characters that have history. Don’t miss this new clean, inspirational romance from Liz Isaacson!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Shelley Wahls

    This book is part of the series at Shiloh Ridge, but don't worry I think you COULD read this stand alone, I am not sure why you would want to, this is a VERY engaging series and you keep up with the whole family by reading them all. ANYWAY, this is about Bishop who is the youngest of one side of the family, he is looking to see what he brings to the table in dynamics of this family, he is the "builder" of the bunch and does and is in charge of all the construction on the large ranch. When the bo This book is part of the series at Shiloh Ridge, but don't worry I think you COULD read this stand alone, I am not sure why you would want to, this is a VERY engaging series and you keep up with the whole family by reading them all. ANYWAY, this is about Bishop who is the youngest of one side of the family, he is looking to see what he brings to the table in dynamics of this family, he is the "builder" of the bunch and does and is in charge of all the construction on the large ranch. When the books starts, he has just finished some large projects, when Montana knocks on the door looking for work, he is very attracted to her so hires her on the spot. Good thing too, as the book moves forward there are many more projects to be done. This couple has their issues Montana has a teenage daughter, so that also complicates things. I think if you like cowboys and clean romance this is a MUST read!! Well the whole series has been excellent. If you are a fan of the walkers from the previous books, there is a few cameos by some of them too. If you haven't read them, it will not take away from the enjoyment of this series at all!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mary Knuckles

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The Construction of Cheer, Shiloh Ridge Ranch in Three Rivers Book 3. This is a continuation of the Glover family saga. The wedding for Bear and Sammy and Ranger and Oakley takes place is this book. They decide they need to remodel all the cowboy cabins and the homestead of Bull Glover that three of the Glover's live in. Bishop is in charge of construction and he gets an early morning visit from a woman asking for construction work and she is his type. He hired her on the spot as she is a contra The Construction of Cheer, Shiloh Ridge Ranch in Three Rivers Book 3. This is a continuation of the Glover family saga. The wedding for Bear and Sammy and Ranger and Oakley takes place is this book. They decide they need to remodel all the cowboy cabins and the homestead of Bull Glover that three of the Glover's live in. Bishop is in charge of construction and he gets an early morning visit from a woman asking for construction work and she is his type. He hired her on the spot as she is a contractor that has only done a few jobs around Three Rivers and a single mom. Bishop fell for her immediately. Their love story is told in this book along with the ups and downs of cowboy dating with some of the others. A treasure is found inside a wall of one of the cabins. Their family continues to be growing so fast that they start planning a home for each Glover that wants to marry and have a family. Once all the construction is done on the ranch Bishop and Montana start building their house behind the blue barn. This is a good series but, you will not get the full effect unless read in order.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sheila Lee

    I absolutely love this series by Liz Isaacson. This is the third book in the Glover Family saga and features Bishop, the youngest son. He answers his door one morning and finds Montana, a master carpenter looking for work. Bishop hires her on the spot to be in charge of the construction/renovation taking place on the family ranch. While Bishop is partial to beautiful blondes, Montana is a hard working single mom of a teenager and is not looking for a relationship. Liz Isaacson uses her words to d I absolutely love this series by Liz Isaacson. This is the third book in the Glover Family saga and features Bishop, the youngest son. He answers his door one morning and finds Montana, a master carpenter looking for work. Bishop hires her on the spot to be in charge of the construction/renovation taking place on the family ranch. While Bishop is partial to beautiful blondes, Montana is a hard working single mom of a teenager and is not looking for a relationship. Liz Isaacson uses her words to draw her readers further into the Glover family dynamics. There are no shortcuts taken in the writing of this novel. The author provides details of her characters and the interactions between them. She expands on the previous stories about Bear and Ranger in this novel, as well. I can't wait to read the next book in this series! This is a clean, contemporary western romance. It is a standalone book but I believe reading the books in order will enhance a reader's enjoyment. 5 stars!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Susan Hamann

    Montana is a gifted carpenter but she is out of work. All of the ranches where she's looked didn't need help - until she stopped at Shiloh Ridge Ranch and ran into Bishop Glover. He was in need of help on the ranch and he was instantly interested in Montana. They work together on the ranch as they fall further and further into Like, but neither wants to acknowledge the strength of their interest. I liked the books that I've read in this series because the women are skilled and running their own co Montana is a gifted carpenter but she is out of work. All of the ranches where she's looked didn't need help - until she stopped at Shiloh Ridge Ranch and ran into Bishop Glover. He was in need of help on the ranch and he was instantly interested in Montana. They work together on the ranch as they fall further and further into Like, but neither wants to acknowledge the strength of their interest. I liked the books that I've read in this series because the women are skilled and running their own companies. This is part of a series and the brothers and cousins who run the ranch are an interesting bunch. Several of them have relationship issues and none of them have had good luck with love. But they are really good at running a very successful and prosperous ranch. The story line is interesting and kept my interest. This is a clean romance, where the big thing is kissing. There is also a religious aspect to the story. This book can be read by almost any reader.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Susan Shearer

    Liz Isaacson has done it again with The Construction of Cheer! She had me laughing and crying over Bishop, his brothers (and their wives/girlfriends), True Blue the barn and the women that catches his heart. The Glover brothers and cousins are close, not only in where they live but in each other’s lives. When Bear, his brother and Ranger, his cousin want to get married at the same time, in the Blue barn Bishop and his family go to work making it happen. But when Montana came looking for carpentry Liz Isaacson has done it again with The Construction of Cheer! She had me laughing and crying over Bishop, his brothers (and their wives/girlfriends), True Blue the barn and the women that catches his heart. The Glover brothers and cousins are close, not only in where they live but in each other’s lives. When Bear, his brother and Ranger, his cousin want to get married at the same time, in the Blue barn Bishop and his family go to work making it happen. But when Montana came looking for carpentry work at Shiloh Ridge Ranch and met Bishop…let’s just say, things got rea interesting. Cat and mouse, mouse and cat were played as they both figured out what type of relationship they had, if any. Could Dakota win over the sister she didn’t know she offended, would Bishop be able to convince his family they needed a carpenter and there was enough work for her to do, and would Dakota and Bishop decide that they are better together than separate?

  10. 5 out of 5

    Victoria

    I've loved each book about the Glover family in this Shiloh Ridge Ranch series by Liz Isaacson but this one is my favorite so far. It's a story about connection and belonging that has some very moving and poignant moments. I love the way the Glover family loves one another and how they remember and honor their family members who have already passed. This story focuses on Bishop Glover and his courtship of Montana, a divorced mom of a teenage daughter, who is struggling with a painful past that h I've loved each book about the Glover family in this Shiloh Ridge Ranch series by Liz Isaacson but this one is my favorite so far. It's a story about connection and belonging that has some very moving and poignant moments. I love the way the Glover family loves one another and how they remember and honor their family members who have already passed. This story focuses on Bishop Glover and his courtship of Montana, a divorced mom of a teenage daughter, who is struggling with a painful past that has left her disconnected from her family. Bishop is not only handsome, charming, and romantic but he also helps Montana in her quest to make peace with her past by walking alongside her and sharing what has helped him in his own struggles. This is a good one, folks! Highly recommend! I was entrusted with a copy of this book by the author and this is my voluntary and honest review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Tina McGuire

    Welcome back to Shiloh Ridge Ranch. This is the story of Montana Martin and Bishop Glover. It was so good I could not put the book down. I read in periods of 4 to 6 hours. Ms. Isaacson has done it again. Another book with detailed characters and rich story lines. She shows the reality of a bad divorce and being a single parent. Montana has full custody. She's juggling work, daycare and spending quality time with her child while keeping secret all the things she can't afford to provide like a home. Welcome back to Shiloh Ridge Ranch. This is the story of Montana Martin and Bishop Glover. It was so good I could not put the book down. I read in periods of 4 to 6 hours. Ms. Isaacson has done it again. Another book with detailed characters and rich story lines. She shows the reality of a bad divorce and being a single parent. Montana has full custody. She's juggling work, daycare and spending quality time with her child while keeping secret all the things she can't afford to provide like a home. Montana lives with her Aunt and Uncle. The experience with her husband has caused Montana to be distrustful of men. Bishop was interested the first time he saw her beautiful blond hair. Does he have the patience to go slowly with Montana or is it too much for him. You'll have to read the book to find out. It is definately worth it,

  12. 4 out of 5

    ELMorehead

    Can Montana and Bishop construct a Godly Forever 💞? The way we show ❤️, varies by the individual. We all have a past, that affects our perception of today. Thus, the path to a Forever 💞, can be complicated. That's the case for Montana and Bishop, in Liz Isaacson's "The Construction of Cheer: Glover Family Saga and Christian Romance (Shiloh Ridge Ranch in Three Rivers Romance Book 3)"! I ❤️ the Clear Christian Message in this Story. I ❤️ how much the reconstructed Blue Barn, means to Bishop. I ❤️ t Can Montana and Bishop construct a Godly Forever 💞? The way we show ❤️, varies by the individual. We all have a past, that affects our perception of today. Thus, the path to a Forever 💞, can be complicated. That's the case for Montana and Bishop, in Liz Isaacson's "The Construction of Cheer: Glover Family Saga and Christian Romance (Shiloh Ridge Ranch in Three Rivers Romance Book 3)"! I ❤️ the Clear Christian Message in this Story. I ❤️ how much the reconstructed Blue Barn, means to Bishop. I ❤️ that I learned more about the Glover Family, and its history. I ❤️ that this Novel included characters, from LI's earlier "Seven Son's Ranch" Series. I Highly Recommend You Read this Engrossing, Fantastic Story. You won't be disappointed! ❤️📖 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

  13. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    I am amazed at the number of stories within this story. This book covers all the members of the family and shows some of the previous things that happened in earlier books, but shown through a different point of view. The main focus I saw with this book is the meeting and courtship of Bishop and Montana. Both of these are very strong characters. There are so many things in this book that I loved – especially when the missing letters were found – something that made the brothers tear up. I didn’t I am amazed at the number of stories within this story. This book covers all the members of the family and shows some of the previous things that happened in earlier books, but shown through a different point of view. The main focus I saw with this book is the meeting and courtship of Bishop and Montana. Both of these are very strong characters. There are so many things in this book that I loved – especially when the missing letters were found – something that made the brothers tear up. I didn’t find anything in this book that I didn’t love. I hope you enjoy it as much as I have. (I received an advance review copy from the author. This review is completely my own.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kay Zaugg

    This is a fun and uplifting story about Montana (a female woodworker) and Bishop Glover. Montana has fallen on hard times and is looking for work. When she arrives at Bishop's front door, he is fascinated by her looks. His sister has a different opinion of her. This author has several books involving this family and all of them are entertaining to the end. I always look forward to the next story in the series. This one is based around the Christmas Holiday and you feel like you are right there a This is a fun and uplifting story about Montana (a female woodworker) and Bishop Glover. Montana has fallen on hard times and is looking for work. When she arrives at Bishop's front door, he is fascinated by her looks. His sister has a different opinion of her. This author has several books involving this family and all of them are entertaining to the end. I always look forward to the next story in the series. This one is based around the Christmas Holiday and you feel like you are right there along with all of them.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Marilyn

    When I first started reading the story, I thought I was getting bored with the story line of the series. As I kept reading, I really got into the characters and plot and enjoyed finishing the book. Both characters have chips on their shoulders for different reasons. Both have challenges with their families, although Montana doesn't get along with her family for good reason. Will the relationship be professional and personal or will it go only one direction? I received an ARC of this book and I am When I first started reading the story, I thought I was getting bored with the story line of the series. As I kept reading, I really got into the characters and plot and enjoyed finishing the book. Both characters have chips on their shoulders for different reasons. Both have challenges with their families, although Montana doesn't get along with her family for good reason. Will the relationship be professional and personal or will it go only one direction? I received an ARC of this book and I am giving an honest review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Alice

    Montana showed up on Bishop’s porch asking for a job. He got to the door barely dressed and invited her in. The interview went better after he put on a shirt! As a builder – especially a cabinet maker – things had been a little rough for Montana. She has a teenager to raise as a single parent and her hours of work were dependent on when she needed to home for Aurora. See just what her hang-ups are and why by reading this great book. I tried reading it in one sitting but it was just a little too lon Montana showed up on Bishop’s porch asking for a job. He got to the door barely dressed and invited her in. The interview went better after he put on a shirt! As a builder – especially a cabinet maker – things had been a little rough for Montana. She has a teenager to raise as a single parent and her hours of work were dependent on when she needed to home for Aurora. See just what her hang-ups are and why by reading this great book. I tried reading it in one sitting but it was just a little too long. Great job, Liz.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Margie

    I am so glad the Glover family is so large. That means that Liz Isaacson won’t be writing last one in series for a long time. I have enjoyed interacting with the Glover family. All the men are handsome, rich, hardworking, family oriented and individuals with their own strengths, so are their sisters. This combined family of brothers, sisters and cousins can teach all of us how to love our families. It is hard to believe how estranged Bishop feels and yet the patience he shows with Montana. I lov I am so glad the Glover family is so large. That means that Liz Isaacson won’t be writing last one in series for a long time. I have enjoyed interacting with the Glover family. All the men are handsome, rich, hardworking, family oriented and individuals with their own strengths, so are their sisters. This combined family of brothers, sisters and cousins can teach all of us how to love our families. It is hard to believe how estranged Bishop feels and yet the patience he shows with Montana. I love how she ties in previous series’ families such as the Walkers.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Judith Hendrickson

    Construction of a Family Liz Isaacson gives us a further tale about the Glover family. We've met them all before but this one centers around Bishop. We get glimpses of the others as well. Liz is able to blend in vignettes of other cowboy families we've met before. It takes great talent to keep all the threads of a story together when you have so many sons and daughters of two families to keep together, but yet keep the characters true to what you've written about them from before.. Construction of a Family Liz Isaacson gives us a further tale about the Glover family. We've met them all before but this one centers around Bishop. We get glimpses of the others as well. Liz is able to blend in vignettes of other cowboy families we've met before. It takes great talent to keep all the threads of a story together when you have so many sons and daughters of two families to keep together, but yet keep the characters true to what you've written about them from before..

  19. 5 out of 5

    Anita Fuhrmann

    This is another great book in this series about the Glover family and the journey that Bishop and Montana have to take to get to their HEA is full of pain but also comes with healing and the promise of so much joy! I love these books centered around the community and all of the families that we have met that make up that wonderful area! It is always so good to get to see how various members of those other families are doing as we follow the lives and loves of this new family we are just now gett This is another great book in this series about the Glover family and the journey that Bishop and Montana have to take to get to their HEA is full of pain but also comes with healing and the promise of so much joy! I love these books centered around the community and all of the families that we have met that make up that wonderful area! It is always so good to get to see how various members of those other families are doing as we follow the lives and loves of this new family we are just now getting to know. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Marlowe

    Bishop is in charge of the buildings on Shiloh Ridge, Montana arrives on the doorstep looking for work. She's had to move home, to her aunt and uncle's, with her daughter because her construction company fell apart. She's very jealous of Micah because his business has flourished. The moment Bishop sees her he wants to employ her and keep seeing her, but as in all Liz's books, the path of true love isn't easy. Another great read in the series from Liz. Bishop is in charge of the buildings on Shiloh Ridge, Montana arrives on the doorstep looking for work. She's had to move home, to her aunt and uncle's, with her daughter because her construction company fell apart. She's very jealous of Micah because his business has flourished. The moment Bishop sees her he wants to employ her and keep seeing her, but as in all Liz's books, the path of true love isn't easy. Another great read in the series from Liz.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Michaela

    Wow. This book was so much better than I was expecting. There was so much on family in it. Forgiveness, and relationships, and just everything. There was dealing with loss and there was a huge helping of dealing with teenagers. I loved revisiting the Walkers. We got so much on the characters from the other books plus the future books stars. Wow. This book was the whole enchilada. I could not put it down. I received an ARC of this book and am voluntarily leaving an honest review.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sheila

    Loved this well written wonderful story plot with Bishop and Montana who meet when she knocks on his door looking for construction work to help support herself and her teenage daughter. Where he comes from a loving caring family she does not have any contact with her family. As they spend time together she sees that the love and support of a family can make a big difference and she wants that for her family and that begins the road to forgiveness. Great story and loved all the characters.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Connie

    Wonderful characters in this installment of the Glover family. Bishop is young and wants to be settled. Montana has a past that has left her skittish. Bishop is the construction branch of the family but Montana is highly skilled and can teach him a thing or two. Aurora is a teen and mother and daughter are trying their best to navigate their changing relationship. Really loved this book and this family.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kitten Peters

    Fantastic Bishop and Montana was a great live story. I live how Luz Isaacson uses the characters from previous books, radically the Seven Sons books into the story. Makes me remember alk the goid tines alk us cousins, aunts and Uncles Gor along in a family where my mom was the baby if 21 kids. The noise, the merriment and epically the share new news was done at these gatherings. Her books bring back hone those traditions.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Ferrari-Johnson

    Bishop and Montana Awe, another Glover romance..... I really do love this family When Montana shows up at Shiloh Ridge looking for a job, she was not prepared for Bishop Glover. As they work together, she realizes that he is exactly what she has dreamed about for her happily ever after. Things are going well, until she learns he contacted her competitor. Little does she realize it wasn't done to hurt her, just help her. Will she forgive him or be alone all over again? ~ Bishop and Montana Awe, another Glover romance..... I really do love this family When Montana shows up at Shiloh Ridge looking for a job, she was not prepared for Bishop Glover. As they work together, she realizes that he is exactly what she has dreamed about for her happily ever after. Things are going well, until she learns he contacted her competitor. Little does she realize it wasn't done to hurt her, just help her. Will she forgive him or be alone all over again? ~

  26. 4 out of 5

    Norma Gorrill

    The. a construction of cheer Another great book in this series of Glover Family Saga. The Glover’s are a very wealthy family who own Shiloh Ridge Farm. Montana is a young entrepreneur who is looking for work in construction. Bishop hires her to do some construction on the farm while his brother and cousin,who own the farm ,are on their honeymoon. This is my review and mine alone. Norma Gorrill

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lucia Valenzuela

    Loved this newest story about the Glover family. Bishop and Montana are an interesting couple. Montana is carrying a load of guilt, resentment, and feelings of inadequacy. There are updates about all the Glovers along with everyone else in Three Rivers, Texas. Well written story with memorable characters. I received a free copy of this book and this is my voluntary, honest review.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Hartzel

    I had an Advance Readers Copy of this book, but this is my voluntary and honest opinion. I am really enjoying this series by Liz Isaacson. In this book she uses the construction trade as the focus for the main characters. Forgiveness, envy and young love are some of the themes addressed. The plot is varied and interesting. I would recommend reading this book.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Alison Ramsay

    This is a lovely emotional romance. Bishop and Montana compliment each other. Aurora's budding romance with Ollie is well written and all the family dynamics just draw you in to the story. The angel tree ceremony was emotional and I wept at Daddy' letter to Bear. It was so beautiful. Love this series.   This is a lovely emotional romance. Bishop and Montana compliment each other. Aurora's budding romance with Ollie is well written and all the family dynamics just draw you in to the story. The angel tree ceremony was emotional and I wept at Daddy' letter to Bear. It was so beautiful. Love this series.  

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lynn Smith

    The Construction of Cheer Bishop had a thing for blond hair and blue eyed women. When one shows up on the ranch, Bishop can't help but hire her. Montana is looking for steady design and construction work. When Bishop offers her a job and then flirts with her she doesn't know how to take it. Another wonderful book in the series. The Construction of Cheer Bishop had a thing for blond hair and blue eyed women. When one shows up on the ranch, Bishop can't help but hire her. Montana is looking for steady design and construction work. When Bishop offers her a job and then flirts with her she doesn't know how to take it. Another wonderful book in the series.

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