#1, Southern Comfort
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Life sails along smoothly on beautiful St. Thomas for Abby Melrose Bellavance, or so she thinks. That is, until her husband Remy steals her trust fund and disappears for parts unknown. Now, with five million reasons to write off men for good, she returns to Charleston, broke and groveling at her mother’s feet.
Living again in the opulent mansion on South Battery, Abby is thrown another curve ball. Her mother passes away, leaving Abby with an enormous home but no money to support it.
Turning the mansion into a boardinghouse has its advantage—immediate cash—and disadvantage—two of the hottest men in Charleston are now Abby’s tenants.
Abby wants love again, especially with hunky Erik, the handyman, and sexy Brandon, the prominent attorney, living in the mansion with her. They are so different, yet they’re similar in one way she needs to avoid—they are men, and she should keep her distance.
As the southern summer blazes on, Abby’s life becomes even more complicated. Personal secrets are revealed, and fate deals her one final blow. She wonders if she will ever be given a second chance at falling in love.
Second Chances, Book One, in the Southern Comfort series, is a book that will appeal to fans of romance, chick-lit and women's fiction novels. Southern Comfort is a heartfelt series with best friends, hot guys, humor and just enough twists and turns to have you anxiously awaiting the next book.
Note: There are no cliffhangers in this series, but since the characters carry over, the books are best read in sequence.
A WONDERFUL (clean) story. Loved it! Always love a happy ending.
Don't waste your time.
This book was awful! I had to force myself to finish reading it, and I only finished because I kept hoping it would get better. The only reason I gave it 3 stars was because there weren't grammar issues. The main character is a spoiled brat. The story is so unbelievably unrealistic (even for a free chick lit kind of story). And the character of Betsy was written in an almost racist kind of way. Gross.
Enjoyed it very much. Looking forward to reading more of your books. Thanks for the free ones. On a fixed income and can't afford to buy any.
- Category: Contemporary
- Published: Sep 29, 2015
- Publisher: Bria Marche
- Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC
- Print Length: 266 Pages
- Language: English
- Series: #1, Southern Comfort