The Second Chance Café by Alison Kent
(A Hope Springs Novel)

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Growing up, Kaylie Flynn was shuffled from foster home to foster home before being welcomed into Winton and May Wise’s family. It was May who taught Kaylie the comfort of home, and the healing power of baking the perfect brownie. Years later, May leaves Kaylie the money she needs to open her own café in the charming Victorian house they once shared. Now back in Hope Springs, Kaylie’s determined to finally make all her dreams a reality—and unearth answers to lingering questions about her past.

Soon, however, Kaylie’s carefully laid plans take an unexpected turn. The house needs far more work than she realized, and Tennessee Keller, the carpenter Kaylie hires, is proving to be a very handsome and very unneeded distraction from her quest to uncover the truth about her parents. When a crisis threatens to destroy everything she’s worked so hard to build, Kaylie must decide where her heart lies: with the ghosts of her past or the love and promise of her future.

 

About Alison Kent

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Alison Kent is the author of more than fifty published works, including her debut novel, Call Me, which she sold live on CBSs 48 Hours, in an episode called Isnt It Romantic? Her novels A Long, Hard Ride and Striptease were both finalists for the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award, while The Beach Alibi was honored by the national Quill Awards and No Limits was selected by Cosmopolitan as a Red Hot Read. The author of The Complete Idiots Guide to Writing Erotic Romance and a veteran blogger, Alison decided long ago that if theres a better career than writing, she doesnt want to know about it. She lives in her native Texas with her geologist husband and a passel of pets.
 
Published March 5, 2013 by Montlake Romance. 358 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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She’s spent her adult life keeping her eye on that prize, and now that she’s fulfilled the dream, for the first time ever, she finds herself drawn to the people around her: the sexy contractor she hires to do the renovations to make the home a business;

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I found it sad that to May, Kaylee was the daughter she never had, but Kaylee, even after 8 years of loving couldn’t believe in their love for her.

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I found it sad that to May, Kaylee was the daughter she never had, but Kaylee, even after 8 years of loving couldn’t believe in their love for her.

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