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Ready To Take A Chance Again
     

Ready To Take A Chance Again

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by Rita Oberlies
 

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Turning to Barry Manilow for inspiration seemed desperate, even to Grace Winston. Nevertheless, a warbled rendition of Ready to Take a Chance Again, chased down with an overabundance of cheap chardonnay, left Grace primed for an extreme life makeover. Now she must choose between a flame that burned her in the past and an engaging man with a past of his own. After a

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Turning to Barry Manilow for inspiration seemed desperate, even to Grace Winston. Nevertheless, a warbled rendition of Ready to Take a Chance Again, chased down with an overabundance of cheap chardonnay, left Grace primed for an extreme life makeover. Now she must choose between a flame that burned her in the past and an engaging man with a past of his own. After a decade in the military, Jake Magee is finally ready to settle down with the woman he's spent years dreaming about. Unfortunately, past mistakes threaten to derail his plan to show Grace he can be the man she always wanted. To win her heart, he must first find a way to win back her trust.

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BN ID:
2940000167137
Publisher:
The Wild Rose Press
Publication date:
04/03/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
508 KB

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Ready To Take A Chance Again 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have two of ms. Oberlies' books now. She goes on my automatic buy list. The two main characters are flawed, ( Jake more so but he's a guy, he can't help it). It is just more REAL that he should have to work a little bit. Makes me crazy when the heroine gives in immediately. Showing the good sense to be cautious with someone who has hurt you makes her smart.
ReviewYourBook.com More than 1 year ago
Grace was bright, pretty, and successful. She worked for a large company in D.C.; she had done well for herself, but she has distanced herself from her family and friends back home. She hadn't been back home to Cape Cod in eighteen months- not since her brother's wedding where she and her brother's best friend Jake left the wedding together... She had fallen for Jake when she first met him as a teenager, but things had never moved past friendship. Things didn't go very well the night of the wedding, and Grace was not looking forward to running into Jake at her grandparents' anniversary party. Rita writes for today's audience with characters that are real with normal jobs and lives. It is nice to see a female lead that is a career woman who isn't relying on a man in the traditional sense. Many readers will relate to her book and delight in the romance surrounding the main characters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago