Welcome to Superiore Bay, Maine, your little slice of heaven on the coast. Come visit us for the best small-town gossip, all the wine you can drink, and wild horses. Once you're here, you'll never want to leave.
Harper Chapman is running away. From her overbearing parents, and from a husband who broke her heart, a man who also happened to be her boss at one of the most prestigious newspapers in the country.
The job was a dream come true. The husband, not so much.
She just wants to go back to a simpler time when summers at her grandmother's house could fix anything. But going back means facing things better left in the past.
Small town gossip.
And him. The first boy she ever loved.
Carter Ashford is everything she never wants to remember. Charming, drop-dead gorgeous, and a member of the exclusive Ashford family, practically town royalty. Ten years ago, Harper walked away from Superiore Bay, from him. Now, back in town, she does everything she can to avoid the feelings she's never gotten over.
When she realizes the local newspaper has turned into a gossip rag, Harper knows she can fix it. She can spend her limited time here reviving something that actually matters, and then move on to the next chapter of her life.
But could her return prove to be more than she can handle? Harper might learn the only thing better than running away is finding a reason to stay.
Come to Superiore Bay for an escape into this heartwarming, small town romance with beautiful sunrises, lovable town-gossips, and a complicated second chance relationship.
The Second Chance is the second book in the Maine Mornings series, a standalone novel with a guaranteed HEA.
Great Second Book
I think I liked this book more than the first and I’m even more excited for book three. Getting to know more about Carter and getting to meet Harper was a lot of fun. I really enjoyed the journalism aspect, especially with how Harper found both peace and joy at a smaller publication. I was not expecting the work that Carter does with the kids, but as soon as it was introduced it felt perfectly natural. I was also excited to have more interaction with Conrad, I can’t wait to hear his story & how he fell in love with the horse sanctuary.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review