Melissa Sonnier is desperate to find her own happily ever after as she helps her sister celebrate her beach wedding in Driftwood Bay, but it’s difficult to move on and find love when she can’t let go of Judson Duvall, a boy she’s loved since middle school, even after their last break up in their on again, off again relationship. But as she watches her sister exchange her sacred vows, she sees Judson, waiting for her asking for one last chance. He vows he’s changed. Can she risk her heart one last time?
After his latest rodeo related injury Judson Duvall is ready to hang up his spurs and always a man of action, defies doctors and drives all night to reach the only woman he’s ever loved. He begs for one last chance and is prepared to do anything to win back Melissa’s love. He claims he’s changed, but is it enough or is it too late?
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This was an interesting story. Melissa is in her sister's wedding, and her on again off again boyfriend crashes the party. Judson was injured and is unable to continue on the rodeo circuit. There is a lot of baggage and drama, and they had quite the rocky relationship. Judson wants to win Melissa back, but Melissa is tired of repeating the same pattern with him over and over and over.
I really love Melissa's family. That group of people is so wonderful and caring and forgiving. Judson did a lot of growing and so did Melissa. I really liked seeing the changes in their characters.
sweet love story
sweet story of a second chance love set in Florida. Young couple must find their way back together after long history.
The Southern Bride
I could not believe the first three chapters of this book consisted of the last chapters of the book before it. That is unfortunate, The author does spin a rather good story with good character development but the story is very predictable. I feel that I paid for each section of a whole book that has been written strictly for profit. This will not happen again. This author could really write a whole book with a beginning, middle and end if she took the time, rather than selling it one section at a time.