Take A Chance
This book can be downloaded and read in iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
I had life all figured out.
Married with a baby on the way I stupidly believed that things were perfect.
But then the good guy I fell in love with turned out to not be as good as I thought.
I was left alone to pick up the pieces of my life and provide for my daughter.
And then I met him.
The bad boy that just might not be so bad.
Three years after her husband walked out on her Arden James is struggling to make ends meet as a single mom. Despite it all, she knows she’s better off with her ex out of the picture, and so is her daughter.
Josh Hayes—player, jokester, and very naughty boy—is the guitar player for the band Willow Creek. He’s used to living the fast life, but suddenly it doesn’t appeal to him anymore, and he has his sights set on the fiery Arden.
Despite their undeniable chemistry, Arden isn’t sure she wants to invite a man into her life that has never been in a committed relationship before. But Hayes is determined to prove to her that there’s more to him than meets the eye. He just needs Arden to take a chance.
Storyline is good
Story is good, but there are spelling and grammar errors, and it’s a bit off putting to spend 4 dollars on a book and see it have such mistakes. For instance, carrying is used instead of caring and weak is misused for the time of a week. Hopefully these errors are corrected!
My favorite boys
All the Willow Creek books were consistently well written. I found myself hard to peel away and even after reading just a chapter realizing that it was a book and not real life made the experience that much better. I will miss these boys.