Second Chance Charmer (iBooks Edition)
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He was the resident bad boy. She’s small town royalty. Their love was doomed from the start.
Finn spent his childhood living so far on the wrong side of the tracks, he couldn’t even see them through his trailer window. When he moves back to his small, southern hometown to open the first bar in a formerly dry county, he’s no longer the boy who left—he’s a man with something to prove. As long as he doesn’t allow himself to get sidetracked by the only girl he’s ever loved.
Willow learned a long time ago to protect her heart at all costs, so her walls are firmly in place when her ex comes strolling back into town, all cockiness and charm. When they're thrown together on the job, she knows better than to give in to the tug of attraction that still simmers between them. She might be drawn to him, but she certainly doesn't trust him. It's time for her to prove she's not the brokenhearted girl he left behind.
There’s no room for second chances in Havenbrook. And Willow’s daddy—the mayor—will do anything to keep it that way.
This iBooks Edition contains an exclusive bonus epilogue.
Review: Second Chance Charmer
Second Chance Charmer by Brighton Walsh is a wonderful second-chance romance set in a whimsical small town that I would love to visit. Well-paced and well-written I couldn't get enough of Finn & Willow and the secondary characters in this tale.
Willow has been dealing with the heartbreak of Finn leaving without a word for nearly ten years. She was doing good, she thought, revitalizing the town despite the constant undermining and complaining from her father, the mayor. When Finn shows back up with his twin brother wanting to open a bar on main street she is left with no choice but to deal with him. The business will pump good money into the town so she wants it to open but with as little interaction with Finn as possible if you please.
Finn left Willow behind all those years ago for a number of reasons. He wouldn't change what he did but he has always regretted it. The bar opening is a chance for him to maybe set things right with her and finally heal the gaping hole his leaving left in both their hearts.
LOVED THIS! Romantic, angsty, witty, sexy - all the good makings of a strong romance and all pieced together perfectly. Enjoy!