Tracy can't erase the painful memory of rejecting her ex-fiance, Paul, at the altar.
Despite that disastrous day, Paul still has an undying love for Tracy.
Now put them together on a remote tropical island where they must fend for their lives and watch the action begin.
If you want a heartwarming and thrilling clean romance book that will have you cheering at the end, you'll want to pick up your copy of this series.
*This is the first half of the Grand Bay love story and not a stand-alone novel*
The Grand Bay Love Series includes both popular-selling books in the series by reader favorite Kelsey MacBride.
Second Chance Love is Book 1 where Tracy Moore must endure one of her life's greatest challenges when participating with her ex-fiancé, Paul, at her sister's wedding.
Stuck with Paul for several days on a beautiful tropical island, Tracy struggles over old feelings for her ex-fiancé while doubts about her relationship with her current boyfriend Joseph creep to the surface.
But fate puts her present Christian romance to the test when she and Paul are injured in a disastrous car accident, and Paul must abandon Tracy with her critical injuries to find help.
Paul Myers is the best man for his brother Kenneth's wedding. But when he discovers he must interact with his ex-fiancé on an intimate tropical trip, he's not sure he can suppress his intense feelings of love for her.
When an unfortunate accident causes them to become stranded on a deserted part of the island, Paul's love for Tracy is put to the test. Can he find life-saving help for Tracy in time so they can have a second chance at love? Or will Paul fail to find a rescue team and lose the love of his life?
You'll want to find out what happens by reading this exciting clean romance novel for women.
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Other Christian romance books in The Grand Bay Series by Kelsey MacBride
-Unfailing Love: Book 2 of The Grand Bay Series
Wow, what a cliffhanger!
I liked the way the story built. Nice glimpses into the past to get a good understanding of the main characters. I didn't care so much for Julie. She seemed like an immature party girl. At one point she seemed drunk the way she was so boisterous.