Do you believe in second chances?
Romance Writers of America® brings together seventeen of today's hottest authors in an anthology of never-before-published tales that reveal true love always deserves a happy ending.
Follow New York Times best-selling authors J. Kenner and Christina Lauren back to reader-favorite worlds.
New York Times bestseller Alyssa Day sprinkles djinn magic in her humorous paranormal romance, while Rachel Hauck brings the enchantment of the holidays in her New Year’s Eve contemporary love story.
And Liliana Hart delivers thrills and adventure in her hero and heroine's search for the impossible.
With characters who find love through tough situations, in elegant 1800s ballrooms, with an old friend who shows up when least expected, at a tender age when cliques and homework get in the way of relationships, or after a random encounter in an unlikely setting, Second Chances delivers romance to strike every reader’s fancy.
Plus tales from:
Brandi Willis Schreiber
Customer ReviewsSee All
I wish I was luck Penny
I Loved this WAY to short but perfect read. Julie introduces us to another perfect couple, and keeps us in line with the Starks as well. Penny and Blake have you intrigued within moments of starting this. I am only reviewing for this novella, however I am looking forward to reading the others as well. I hope to read more in the future about Blake and Penny.
Love second chance romances!
So far, I've only read One Night in this collection, but let me tell you, I can't wait to read the rest of them! One Night is a standalone novella set in the Stark world, and features Damien Stark's secretary, Penny, and her one night stand from years ago- Blake. These two sizzle and pop. Love the steam, love the romance, absolutely cannot wait for more!
enjoyed One Night by J. Kenner and the characters' passion for each other, it was fun read...
*Review for J. Kenner's One Night*
One Night by J. Kenner is a second chance short story about Penny and Blake. Two years ago they met on a plane and had an amazing, earth shattering night, after which Penny decided not to take Blake up on his whirlwind offer of Hawaii and something more between them. He hasn't been off her mind since. Now he just so happens to be having a meeting in the building she works in.
I liked how well written One Night was. Even though it is quite short it feels full. Penny goes through all sorts of internal turmoil in a very short time that adds to the realism. Both she and Blake are one of those too good to be true, don't want to admit it's love at first sight, couples. J. Kenner manages to give us backstory, history, and future goals for Penny, all in a fast, enjoyable and passionate read.
Overall, I very much enjoyed One Night by J. Kenner and the characters' passion for each other, it was fun read. I happily recommend.
(I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book I received for free in exchange for my open and honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.)