Rachel Somerfield has spent most of her life in Whitman's Home for Orphaned Girls in New York City. As she approaches her 18th birthday, her future looks very bleak. Everything changes the day she runs into Mathew Compton, a dashing young man who sweeps her off her feet and offers her a chance at happiness. However, things don't turn out as Rachel hopes, and she finds herself accepting a teaching position in Sand Hill, a small Western town. She arrives in Sand Hill penniless, scared, and alone.
Sheriff Chance Scott has been raising his son, John, alone since his wife died giving birth to him. John loved his wife very much and has given up on the idea of ever finding that kind of love again. He's resigned to raising his son on his own. When the new schoolteacher arrives, he finds out that she's in desperate need of his help. Is life offering him a second chance at love? Is it worth risking another broken heart to find out?
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Second Chance Hearts is the sequel I had been hoping for to Scarred Hearts. I was not disappointed. The only thing I wish the author had done was 'remind' us of the story of Clair and Nathan. It is obvious that there was a lot of time between the 2 books in their time, so it would be nice to have a bit more background. It just would have made it stand alone a bit better. All in all, I loved the story of Rebecca and Chance and Billi Tiner brought all of the loose ends together as I had hoped. As for Rebecca Roberts...well...she continues to get better and better. Love her character voices and her narration. Soothing voice when it needs to be and rough and scary at the right time. I love how I don't have to wait for her to say 'Chance said' to know which character is speaking.
I would definitely recommend this book!!
this is a nice love story with all the bad guys finally getting their just recompence. lots of twists and turns. .. but all is finally well...the new family ... well... you will just to read or listen to it! it didn't grab my attention like I thought it would...but all in all, it was a nice story.
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