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    Heartfelt Spinoff to "Finding Love"

    Lost in Love is my own book, and I love it for so many reasons. Here are just a few: I had a blast discovering what George and Poppy – that seemingly odd couple – were getting up to there at the fringes of all those scenes in “Finding Love”. Where did they keep slinking off to? Were they really doing what everyone assumed they were? And what, in the name of all that’s holy, could they possibly see in each other? It turned out to be much simpler, and much more interesting, than I expected. For one thing, I’m a sucker for an opposites-attract story. When a couple is immediately pulled to what is different in each other, rather than what’s the same, it’s always amazing. Don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of ways George and Poppy are similar: both are as loyal and passionate as can be. But when two prickly, unlikely people find a way to see past surface impressions to the soft vulnerabilities that lie beneath? That’s when hearts really start pounding. Then there is Lucky in Love: a friends-to-lovers story, and a different kind of opposites-attract. When a character has been nursing those kinds of feelings for a close friend for years…you can’t help but root for them, right? They suffer in silence, work up their nerve, make a confession ¬– and we all cross our fingers that the object of their affection loves them back. In this story, Sean resolves to make his move, gets an unexpected (but hilarious) green light from Charlie’s brothers, and agonizes over what comes next. The game, as we discover, was over before it even began. Short and sweet and so worth it. That’s it! I hope you enjoy reading this newest installment in the Second Chances series as much as I loved writing it.
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    Another winner

    This novella was unlike most I've read before. Typically, I feel like novellas are a small part of a bigger picture and often only tell a sliver of the story. This book, though it focused on characters we met in Finding Love, felt like a stand alone book. So much story was packed into those ten chapters! We get to read about George (another of the Hughes brothers) and his relationship with Poppy; they’re a mismatched pair with unmistakable chemistry! Also included in this book, is a short story that gives some insight into Charlie’s love life! As usual, Casey sucked me into the story immediately and wrote great dialogue! Can’t wait for the next installme

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