Second Chances ( Lessons in Love, Book 2)

Second Chances ( Lessons in Love, Book 2)

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by Andrea Pickens
     
 

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For Allegra Proctor, tutoring the Earl of Wrexham's son has its disadvantages—namely the widowed earl himself. Arrogant, cold, and moody, Wrexham is also distractingly dashing.

But Allegra only needs pretend long enough to right the wrong against her father, instigated by the earl's dastardly neighbor.

Then her charge discovers her intent, forcing

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For Allegra Proctor, tutoring the Earl of Wrexham's son has its disadvantages—namely the widowed earl himself. Arrogant, cold, and moody, Wrexham is also distractingly dashing.

But Allegra only needs pretend long enough to right the wrong against her father, instigated by the earl's dastardly neighbor.

Then her charge discovers her intent, forcing her to face Wrexham.

Having his quiet existence turned on its ear puts Wrexham on edge, but he has never turned his back on a lady in distress.

Together, the pair plunges into a scheme to bring the villain to justice, and awakens a second chance at passion that neither dreamed possible.

REVIEWS:
"...appealing emotional intensity... a lilting romance for all to enjoy." ~RT magazine

LESSONS IN LOVE, in series order
The Defiant Governess
Second Chances
The Storybook Hero

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781614174165
Publisher:
ePublishing Works!
Publication date:
04/23/2013
Series:
Lessons in Love , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
56,585
File size:
1 MB

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Second Chances 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed the development of the characters and how their feelings were expressed so well. The story line was interesting, making for good fiction. I was really disappointed with the very last chapter and the behavior of the hero. I realize authors want to adhere to cultural history and write about drinking, gambling and brothels, but the plot developed to show the hero to be a strong, intelligent man, who didn't allow society to dictate his behavior. Even in his uncertainty about their future, he would not have gone to a prostitute, being so in love with heroine. There were so many ways to bring them together at the end without having him stoop to behavior so out-of-character for him. A few pages of that ruined the happy ending for me.
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Very entertaining
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I did enjoy reading this book. I just became aware of this author. This is the second book I have read. Slow at times, but still enjoyed reading it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoy reading stories of this sort and for the most part the pace of the story was just right. The characters in the story were well developed but I didn't think there was enough emotion expressed by the characters as the book progressed. For this reason I wasn't as emotionally vested in the outcome of the book. I liked the book's ending, but could it have been a little less abrupt? Oh, the author might want to see if someone can fix those pesky typo's.... there are quite a few.