Title: Second Chance (Running Into Love #3)
Author: Annalisa Nicole
Release: June 3, 2014
Adrian Wellington was beyond devastated when his wife, Shay, left him seventeen years ago without warning or explanation. She filed for divorce and left town, right when he needed her most. He’s since opened his own thriving business and has been going through the motions of day-to-day life, but not really living. He knows there’s just something missing, or rather someone.
Shay Bradshaw ran from the love of her life with a deep, dark, unforgivable secret. She took the cowardly way out and just disappeared. She moved across the country and as far away from the Wellington family as she could get, and the only man she’s ever loved. She made a promise to herself to never be the person she was all those years ago. She took with her the secret that she thought was hers to bear alone.
When Shay is forced to move back home to care for her mother, naturally karma would choose that time for their worlds to collide once again.
Can lightning strike a second time seventeen years later and bring two destined souls back together, or will Shay’s secret destroy their second chance?
The truth, although not what is seems, will set your heart free.
If you've never read any of Annalisa's books, I suggest you start now. I read books 1-3 in the series and loved them all. The books don't have to be read in order, but it is best if they are.
I love second chance romances and this one did not disappoint. After being apart for 17 years, Adrian and Shay find themselves in the same city and thrown together due to their work. During this time, a tragedy brings them closer and makes it impossible to deny the attraction each has for the other. It might as well have been 17 days instead of 17 years that had separated them. Of course like most romances, they still had a lot of issues and secrets to deal with. Will their love be enough for a second chance at happiness together, or will the secrets tear them apart? If you are a fan of second chance romances, this book is a must read, just make sure you have a tissue box handy.