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Publisher Description

She needs a fresh start. 

He needs her to see how he’s changed. 

Can time really heal everything and make a second chance at love possible? 


Reeling from a painful divorce, and with a teenager in tow, Cam’s returned to her hometown to heal. Not only is Timber Creek the only place that’s ever felt like home, her best friends are there...and the first boy she ever really loved. 

Evan has only ever loved one woman. Sixteen years ago he knew he wasn’t good enough for her, but now she’s back, and time has a way of changing things.

Cam’s got her hands full trying to come to grips with her new life. The last thing she needs is to get involved with Evan again. But their attraction is impossible to ignore, and the connection that existed between them so many years ago is still very much alive.

This could be the second chance they’ve always wanted, but there are years of hurt and misunderstandings between them. Never mind the truth of the past and the reality of the present that could once again threaten to pull them apart. This time for good.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2018
May 6
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
304
Pages
PUBLISHER
Ink Blot Communications
SELLER
Elena Aitken
SIZE
2.8
Mb

Customer Reviews

mia's allie ,

Immature

I thought these characters were over the age of 15? The all act younger than the teens in this book.

Mag68 ,

When we left

By Elena aitkin

Little long but a good story!

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penny42058 ,

A fantastic second chance read

Cam Riley and Evan Anderson were high school sweethearts until he left without a word. When she returns to Timber Creek, after her marriage falls apart, she isn’t expecting Evan to be there still. She doesn’t return alone though. She has her 15 year old troubled daughter. I’m not going to give any spoilers, so please grab your copy and read this realistic story. You will fall in love with all the characters and want to read more about them. I can’t wait to read Christy and Mark’s story next.

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