Second Chance At Happiness (Holiday, Vermont, #2) by Heather Lire
August 1, 2013
Desert Breeze Publishing
Favorite Quote: “When I imagine myself as an old woman sitting in my chair, the person I want by my side is you.”
When Colin MacCaffe’s personal life comes crashing down around him, he leaves the big city behind for a fresh start in the small town of Holiday Vermont. As the Deputy Chief of Police he spends his time making sure the town he’s come to call his own is safe. The only problem in his peaceful life is the arrival of his next door neighbor’s sister. A woman who threatens to destroy the peace of his new life.
After years of putting one foot in front of the other, acting like she was fine for her family Brynn Sanderson – Jackson is mentally, physically, and emotionally exhausted. All she wants is a couple of weeks of rest and relaxation while she house sits for her sister. What she gets instead is a trip to the hospital, emergency surgery, and the neighbor next door. A man who makes her feel more than she wants to.
Can these two put their past heartaches behind them, and go after the happiness they’ve always wanted and thought was forever lost to them?(Goodreads)
Heather Lire’s Second Chance At Happiness, the second book in her Holiday, Vermont series, is a sweet lightweight romance with an strong inspirational tone to it. Love and family are two primary themes that interrelate throughout the book, giving us an intimate look at two heart weary people given a second chance at love again. Emotional and humorous scenes keeps the story moving at a steady pace.
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