Category Archives: Second Chance

When We Touch – Tia Louise

 

 I found this book to be a little scattered.  It was sort of lacking in details; information to understand the background of the story was lacking or presented in a disorderly manner, or incomplete.  I felt like I didn’t have … Continue reading

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Locked In – Anne Chastain

 

 This book made me cry!  It’s about a couple who lost their way.  They had two lovely kids but their communication went to zero.  Life, kids, work, school, kids activities, all conspired to eliminate the couple time that is so … Continue reading

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The Real Thing – Melissa Foster

 

 In the beginning, I thought:  Not my kind of book, it feels like an old-fashioned romance novel. The author is using the trope of fake engagement, which the woman accepts, but then she’s complaining all the time. She is on … Continue reading

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Wild Card – Karina Halle

 

 Six years ago, Rachel left town swearing she would never return.  She had been wanting to leave for many years, and had only been waiting for Shane to decide to leave with her.  One night, they had a big fight … Continue reading

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Back Check – Kelly Jamieson

 

 Another great hockey story by the incomparable Ms. Jamieson. This story goes before the one I reviewed last, right before Marc Dupuis wedding to Lovey Armstrong. This one actually happens while Lovey is planning their wedding. The wedding planner they … Continue reading

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All The Lies We Tell – Megan Hart

 

 Not very enthused with this book.  It was a little dreary.  Even though I liked the story, I didn’t like the characters very much.  What I did like was that the story is very convoluted, and the character’s lives made … Continue reading

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