Monday, February 16, 2015
At Home in Last Chance, Cathleen Armstrong
At Home in Last Chance is the third in a series but can be enjoyed as a stand alone book. This book, like the others, draws readers into the stories and lives of the characters. By the end of the book the reader feels like they are a part of the story themselves. Kaitlyn is back home in Last Chance. For her this is the chance to start over. She is working hard to re-establish a life and relationship with the daughter that she left behind 6 months earlier. To do this she will have to make decisions to change. Kaitlyn may have to adopt a new view of life and how to deal with rough times. The question remains, will her daughter be able to trust her again. Steven Braden is the irresponsible flirt that has left a line of heartbreak and hurt behind him. He returns to Last Chance trying to prove that he has finally changed. But his family does not know if they can trust that the change is true and there to stay. As their journeys begin to unfold Steven and Kaitlyn find themselves pushed together. But, how can they ever start a relationship when they are so unsure of themselves. A story of grace, love and change. This book will have the reader understanding that even those who seem will never change have a chance to start over. This book was given to me for review by Revell.
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