Genre: Women’s Fiction
Publication Date: March 10, 2015
Have you ever wished for a second chance?
The Hutchinson sisters are out of the frying pan and into the fire—just like their mother always threatened!
Gwenn is floating in the dreamy, fragile glow of her new relationship with wealthy artist, Daniel Gregory, when a blast from her past makes a triumphant return. Sure he ran out on her over a decade ago, but can she turn her back on a war hero?
Rachel is on the brink of having everything she ever dreamed of, but that’s not how things work out for Hutchinson girls. Her rock-star girlfriend is leaving for a lengthy tour and something is afoot at the bakery. The righteous hand of her mother, Shirley, can orchestrate tribulations from halfway across town.
The sisters think they can run away from their troubles on a quick trip to the heart of Mexico, when an unexpected phone call shatters that illusion.
Filled with intriguing characters, plenty of steamy romance and lovely plots twists, MY FAVORITE SECOND CHANCE will have you flushed with anticipation, blinking back tears, laughing out loud and cheering for your favorite characters.
I received a free ecopy of this book for an honest review.
My Favorite Second Chance is women’s fiction and is the second book in the Lake Effect Series. I read the first book and was looking forward to reading this one.
The main characters in this series are sisters Rachel and Gwenn. They both have a lot of baggage because of their dysfunctional parents but are supportive of each other. Gwenn has been in several bad relationships and now that she’s in one that she’s content in, her first love, Steven, is back. Suddenly, everything has changed. Rachel is madly in love with her girlfriend, Annie, but they have some major trust issues.
There is so much going on in Gwenn and Rachel’s lives that I wondered what could happen next. They made me laugh and made me cry. It’s a fast read and I was disappointed when it ended. I’m ready for the next book in the series!
About the Author
Rue graduated from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, with a degree in Journalism. Her intimate knowledge of the Midwestern United States, the inordinate amount of time she spent in its churches’ pews and her unique parentage make her an expert on life after religion. Having moved 17 times by the time she graduated from high school Rue has seen more than her share of the Great Plains. She never stayed in one place long enough to make lasting human friends. Her best friends were all characters from her beloved books; and the love of reading led to a lifelong passion for writing.