From USA TODAY Bestselling Author Julie A. Richman a new, stand alone Second Chance Romance
~ Sometimes, one degree is all that separates you from the one you were meant to be with ~
Wes Bergman was sex on a stick.
We’d been circling one another our entire lives, mingling at the same clubs... attending the same events…sharing mutual acquaintances…yet we’d never actually met.
Until…we both boarded a Windjammer Cruise in the Caribbean. And it was like meeting my long, lost best friend for the first time. I hadn’t ever connected with a guy that way before.
But Wes had a girlfriend. So, when the week was over, he walked off the ship, unknowingly taking a piece of my heart with him.
Now, over a decade later, newly divorced, I’m the proverbial fish out of water. Dating has totally changed. Apps. Swipe left. Swipe right. Catfishing. Men my age want two things: twenty-five-year-olds—like my ex’s new child bride of a wife—or just a quick hook-up.
After a string of bad dates, I finally did something I never thought I’d do. I had a hot one-night stand with a really handsome guy I met online who didn’t even know my real name.
Turned out Mr. Fling is a big shot for my company’s newest client. And just my luck, that client’s CEO is none other than...Wes Bergman.
Now I’m separated by one degree again from the man who stole my heart.
And Mr. Fling could destroy my chance of what I want most –
A Do-Over with Wes.
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I really enjoyed the story and the characters were very lifelike. Makes me want to read a sequel to how the relationships move on further as a family.
This story was an emotional rollercoaster! The two main characters have been moving t(rough the same circles for years without meeting. Once they meet, though brief, the both feel that they’ve just met their best friend. Many years later their paths converge again & the story really gets emotional. Wonderful book. It was one of those that I didn’t want to end
This story totally caught me by surprise and captured me. It's not the sappy predicable story that the description leads you to think. It's about so much more than second chances. It's heartwarming and heartbreaking at the same time. I'm so glad I gave it a chance.