USA Today Bestselling author brings you an emotional and inspirational story that will tug on your heartstrings.
The first time I met Oliver Tanner he was five years old.
I was four.
That day he was entrusted to my keep.
He was as large and loud as a church mouse.
That day I taught him how fireflies were magic with the persistence of a person.
That’s what I loved about them.
No matter how far they strayed,
they remembered where they came from and who their family was.
After high school, he joined the army and left Knox Ridge.
Years later, the town had changed.
My dreams were shattered.
We had nothing left.
I had forgotten all about the magic of the fireflies.
Until he came back to town.
Everything about him was comforting.
He brought some light to my darkness,
But I knew the light could only last for so long.
Fireflies only stay for the summer.
He had outgrown our small town.
It was time for me to stop chasing fireflies.
Don't miss out on this stunning, second-chance friends to lovers romance.
Sweet and charming second chace romance
I loved reading Oliver and Kaitlynn’s story when it was published in the Cards of Love collection in the novella Knight of Wands, but in this full length story, we learn more of who they were before we met them, what happened to them, the years in between and so much more of their story once they meet again. Chasing Fireflies by Claudia Y. Burgoa was such a sweet and charming second chance romance with all the best feels.
When Oliver and Kaitlyn met, they became the bests of friends who were always their for each other. But as they grew, things began to change. Could they risk what they have for what might be? Now years later, Oliver and Kaitlynn are back home and struggling to find their new normal. This time around, Oliver was confident, strong and determined. Kaitlyn was struggling between what she wanted and could do. She was strong and smart, but life had not been easy.
I loved the additional letters between them we get and seeing how their relationship changed through the years. Their connection was undeniable, but the journey is not always an easy one. But learning to let others in may be just what you need! What a charming and sweet read!