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  • Truly a delight

    Four authors and single premise that underpins the four novellas . Four glorious stories of past histories, past mistakes and hidden emotion ties... each story a gem in it's own right....I honestly can't remember when I have enjoyed a collection more... Goes to the top of my rereadable list 😍 Thank you, ladies

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  • Lovely second chance anthology

    These four novellas all follow the theme of a chance one night meeting for four couples that have been parted for ten years. The stories are well written and very entertaining. Each author has done a wonderful job of creating a unique to them story and even though the premise is the same, the end result is distinct. A wonderful second chance anthology! The first novella “The Fall of Rogue Gerrard” by Stephanie Laurens was a fast and fun read with heat, romance and humour. The hero and heroine have not met for 10 years but both still feel the pull of attraction and genuine affection if either would admit it. Luckily circumstances allow for the expression of their love and the rest as they say is history. Spellbound by Mary Blough: I thoroughly enjoyed this story - the heartbreak, the misunderstandings, the passion and ultimately the love. Nora & Richard are both older and wiser when they meet again precipitously after 10 years, both stranded at an inn on May Day. The author brought the day to life and even in the constraints of a novella managed to explain both Nora & Richards lives and past history. The third book in the anthology, Only You” by Jacquie D’Alessandro, is a heart wrenching class difference romance that pulled me in right from the start. The new to me author has written a moving story that captured my imagination, and my heart. I will be checking out other books by D’Alessandro. Candice Hern’s “From This Moment On” Is the last novella in the anthology. Another new to me author, this story focused on a second chance romance for an older more mature couple, Wilhelmina and Sam, who fell in love as teenagers before they were separated by tragic circumstances. Wilhelmina took a different path in life than Sam felt he could respect and the consequence of that action had kept them apart for decades. The author spends most of the story explaining both the circumstances that led to their initial parting and the choices that were made that followed. I enjoyed the story and the strong characters but would have loved some additional current day romance to that that was portrayed. All in all, though, a heartfelt story and an author that I will follow.

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