Chance Donovan Returns Home With A New Face, New Identity, A Burning Desire For Revenge And Good Timing His Wife, Emily, Is About To Marry His Best Friend The Man Chance Suspects Is Behind His Nightmare Imprisonment For The Past Few Years The Minute Emily Catches The Ragged Stranger Stealing Food From Her Lighthouse Kitchen, She Feels A Strong Attraction To Him Resisting The Urge To Send Him Packing, She Decides To Hire Him But Will She Break Through The Painful Walls Surrounding This Quiet Man And Why Does His Welcome Touch Make Her Forget The Man She S About To Marry Better than the 2nd book, but not as good as the first one Maybe I just like Matthew better than his brothers Like the 1st book, I think the pacing and plot are very good better than the 2nd story The timing of when Emily finds out about who Chance is is just right it drew out the suspense without making it take so long that the reader loses patience I liked the misdirection about who the villain is too However, I would have liked to see a little exploration on the affect of the trauma Chance had gone through It does say he had therapy, but he still seemed to bounce back awfully fast.
New York Times USA Today Best Selling Author Jan Springer writes erotic romances for Spunky Girl Publishing, Ellora s Cave past , Totally Bound, Siren Bookstrand and Pocket Books She lives in Ontario, Canada on four acres of secluded wilderness.Jan enjoys gardening, hiking, kayaking, reading and writing.She is a member of the Writers Union of Canada and Romance Writers of America.
- 384 pages
- Love Through a Strangers Eyes
- Jan Springer
- 22 July 2017 Jan Springer