One More Chance
Book 8, The Rosemary Beach Series - A Rosemary Beach Novel
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The unforgettable story of Grant and Harlow from Take a Chance continues in this brand-new novel in the Rosemary Beach series from #1 New York Times bestselling author Abbi Glines.
She was it. His one. His only. Then he made the mistake of letting her go.
After fighting his way into Harlow Manning’s heart—and revealing a side of himself no one had ever seen before—Grant Carter destroyed his own heart by giving in to his greatest fears and doubts. Months later, he’s stuck in a miserable routine. Work relentlessly. Beg his best friend Rush for news about Harlow. Avoid all other friends. Leave nightly voicemails for Harlow, pleading with her to come back to Rosemary Beach. Fall asleep alone. Repeat.
Miles away, on her brother’s Texas ranch, Harlow can’t bring herself to listen to Grant’s voicemails. Though she wants to be with him, and knows he regrets letting her go, she doesn’t know if she can trust him. When he discovered the truth behind her sheltered upbringing, it shattered their relationship, but the secret she carries now has far greater consequences. Can she risk giving Grant one more chance, or will the gamble ultimately destroy her?
I haven't read it yet but I just know its going to be very EPIC just like all of Abbi's writing!!!
Best Book Series Ever!
I have read the whole series of "Rosemary Beach"and so far "Take A Chance" had been my favorite and I have no doubt that "One More Chance" will blow my Mind.
The Autumn Review for One More Chance
I can honestly say, without a doubt, that this is my favorite Glines book to date. There's just something about Grant and Harlow that just totally won me over. Maybe it's Harlow's quiet, yet strong demeanor. Or maybe it's Grant's sweet talking ways. I can't pinpoint it exactly, but I know that I love this couple dearly.
In One More Chance, we see this couple struggle to keep their relationship together. There is a big factor, if you haven't figured it out already, that is causing major tension in their relationship. If you read the first book, you know that Harlow has a medical condition that she has to monitor closely. Well, there is an "incident" and it changes not only Harlow's life, but it affects she and Grant's relationship. He's scared, she's grateful. He wants to be there to support her, but he can't and won't lose her. Sacrifices are made, compromises are agreed upon, but it still doesn't change the fact that their lives will never be the same.
As I said above, one of the things that makes me love Harlow is her strength. She believes in herself, she has faith, and when she loves...she loves with everything she has. She sees beyond the chaos. She makes the people in her life better, because she gives love completely. And in this book, I could relate to her a lot and I can say that I would have made the same decisions she did. And the letters she writes...my heart!
And then there's my Grant. I fell for him, hard, the minute I met him. He's not perfect, but like Harlow, he has the ability to see the good in people and when he does give his love, it's with everything he has. Harlow is his life. It hasn't been easy getting to where they are in their relationship, but he will do anything for her. I was really proud of the way Grant handled this situation with Harlow. I understood his turmoil over the possibility of something going wrong, but he had faith in Harlow and he simply wanted to do whatever made her happy. So, he had hope. I love him and this book made me love him even more. Seriously.
As you can tell, I loved this book so much. And it isn't just Grant and Harlow that made me love this one. As this series grows, it's fun to see how all the relationships intertwine and it's always fun to see old characters and their role in what's happening in the now. This book grabbed my heart and didn't let go. I have never cried as hard as did reading this book. I'm just not a crier, but this one really tugged at me. BOTH times I read it. If you're a fan of Glines, don't miss this book. In my opinion, it's her best yet!