Maybe you can have a second chance to find a lasting love? Something kept them apart in the past, but now they’ve been reunited. Will it last this time? In this limited-time, FREE collection, readers will be treated to four, full-length, second-chance, steamy romances, two of which are from USA Today Best-Selling Authors.
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Included in the box set:
Up for Seconds by Melissa Chambers
He won’t get in her head again…
Tori Jacobs has spent the past year moving on from her intense relationship with Jack Massey, but now he’s trying to win her back. His jealousy ruined them. They’re too different, anyway. He’s a stuffy, number-cruncher from a wealthy family, and she’s a hot mess from a place that would make his family clutch their pearls. But Jack has never failed at anything in his life except for his relationship with her, and he doesn’t intend to lose at that again.
More Than Cocoa by Christine DePetrillo
She likes her cocoa hot. She likes her men hotter.
When one steamy kiss mistakenly gets ex-con Harris Wilder involved in Detective Rachel Lorensen’s latest undercover case, the safety of seventeen missing women is on the line. So is the mending of two broken hearts that remember the first time Harris and Rachel met. Can they solve the case and get a second chance at happily ever after?
True Harmony by Amy Knupp
She has a secret that will send his life into chaos.
He’s all business all the time…until an unforgettable woman from his past lays a four-year-old truth bomb on him that blows up his priorities. Their attraction still hums, but she has two hearts to protect. Can he find the balance to give them a second chance at love?
Can’t Lose Me by Amanda Torrey
If someone leaves without a goodbye, can they expect to be welcomed back with an open heart?
When fate laughs in their faces and thrusts them back together, neither Mackenzie nor Gabe knows how to navigate the muddied waters. Is the love they once shared strong enough to get them through the lowest of marital woes? And if they manage to brave this storm, will they be able to settle the undercurrents that continuously threaten to tear them apart?