For Rylan Greene and me, it was simple. Love only got us so far.
About the Book:
I’ve known him since we were six, long before he became the professional soccer star he is now. We’ve weaved in and out of one another’s lives as rivals, teammates, friends, and lovers. Until three years ago, when my life took a hit and I ran back to my small Alaskan town, Lake Starlight, away from anything or anyone that could hurt me.
He’s never far from my mind, a constant pining ache in my heart, but I’ve convinced myself I’m better off. But now, my best friend announces her engagement and that means Rylan will return home to stand as best man to her fiancé.
He’ll be back in my orbit for three whole weeks… but I can easily keep my distance. Sure, we’ll have to walk arm in arm down the aisle together, he’ll hold me close during the bridal party dance and we’ll stand for pictures next to each other. Nothing I can’t handle.
I’m so naïve though because he’s not in town for more than twenty-four hours before he knocks on my door. I should know by now, that the two of us will never be finished business.
This second chance romance spans sixteen years of a true love match that proves these two will only ever belong to one another.
The Problem with Second Chances is the first book in the Lake Starlight series. Focusing on Calista and Rylan, this new series jumps ahead with a fun combination of the Greene and Bailey families. Having grown up together, everyone expected their endgame. Only, they got a little lost on the way to their happily-ever-after.
The slow-burn second-chance romance was executed perfectly. Calista
and Rylan are terrific characters and I loved watching them, seeing them grow,
and watching their romance unfold.
This story was fantastic, the characters were well-developed, and the world building is spectacular. I am a huge fan of Piper Rayne and loved this book. I was engaged in the story from page one. The writing, the characters, the setting, and the story took my breath away. I couldn't put the book down. I highly recommend The Problem with Second Chances.
I was provided a copy of this book to read.