Take a First Look at These Second-Chance Romance Titles
by Karen Green
It’s never too late for a second chance at love, as these six new titles prove. From relationships severed by circumstance to couples that painfully decided to end things and move on, the timing for these duos may finally be right for another try—or at least to find out if the flame that was doused long ago could spark once again.
The Rancher’s Return (Sweet Briar Sweethearts) by Kathy Douglass
Ten years ago, the love of Raven Reynolds’s life disappeared without a trace. Now Donovan Cordero is back, standing on her doorstep. Along the way, Raven had the rancher’s child. Now her prayers have been answered, but happily-ever-after feels further away than ever. Because how can she rebuild a life with her child’s father if she’s engaged to another man?
Rescuing His Secret Child (True North Heroes) by Maggie K. Black
Trapped with armed hijackers aboard a speeding train, Nick Henry is determined to free the hostages—especially his ex-girlfriend and the son he never knew existed. Nick broke a promise to Erica Knight once, but he won’t let her down now, because something precious is on the line: his family.
Her Alibi by Carol Ericson
Savannah Martell has no memory of how she ended up next to her philandering ex-husband’s dead body. Facing too many unanswerable questions, she turns to Connor Wells. Years ago, their romance burned hot and deep, and the flame still smolders. But when the death count rises and evidence leads back to Savannah, will Connor still provide an alibi for the woman he never stopped loving?
Twins for the Soldier (American Heroes) by Rochelle Alers
Army ranger Lee Remington didn’t think he’d ever go back to Wickham Falls, home of some of his worst memories. Now, returning home to help his sister, he’s shocked by a powerful attraction to military widow Angela Mitchell and floored when the mother of toddler twins accepts his proposal. But as he preps for his ready-made family, there’s one thing Lee forgot to tell her.
A Rancher to Remember (Rocky Mountain Cowboys) by Karen Rock
Journalist Cassidy Fulton is back in Carbondale, Colorado—but she can’t remember why or how her estranged sister died. Helping her piece together this mystery is her brother-in-law and former fiancé, Daryl Loveland. Yet one thing is clear: Cassidy can’t imagine her life without Daryl or her adorable niece and nephew. But can the ranch ever really be her home?
Their Convenient Amish Marriage (Pinecraft Homecomings) by Cheryl Williford
The last thing widowed single mother Verity Schrock expects is to find her former sweetheart back in town—with a baby. Now the bishop and Leviticus Hilty’s father are insisting they marry for their children’s sake. But the wounded warrior hurt her once before. Can a marriage of convenience possibly heal past wounds enough to risk her heart again?
Are you ready to give these second-chance romances a first look? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!