Monday, October 21, 2013
Romance Book Review: Martha O'Sullivan's Second Chance
Author: Martha O'Sullivan
Genre: Contemporary romance
Publisher: Red Sage
Purchase Link: Red Sage
Lindsay and Brian were once a happy couple, but Brian wanted things to stay them same with them just a couple, no real formal commitment like marriage and children. As an only child Lindsay had dreamed of a big family one day. With Brian's been there, done that attitude, Lindsay decides it is time to move on.
It is 16 months later and Lindsay's life has gone through some changes. Her grandmother has died and there is a new man in her life. He isn't Brian, but he's a good man and he wants the same things in life she does, but when Brian walks back into her life, can she leave everything behind and go back to the way it was.
Brian loved Lindsay, but he didn't realize what he had until she was gone. Now that he's seen her again he wants that back. Can he convince her before she marries someone else?
I don't want to give away the plot of the story, but while I liked the idea of the story and the writing, I do have one pet pieve when it comes to romance stories and a line I hate when it is crossed, and the author crossed it in this book. I know it sounds vague, but you'll just have to read the book and find out for yourself. Not everyone is bothered when the storyline turns in that direction. The rest of the series looks good, so don't miss out on my lackluster review.
Everything was fine until Brian Rembrandt came back to town. Lindsay Foster was finally getting her life back together and planning a future with the ever-indulging Paul Webster. How dare Brian think he could waltz back into her life and pick up where they left off! But he does. And that’s a problem.
Because Brian is used to getting what he wants. So when Lindsay won’t come to him, he goes to her. But little do they know that the torrid night they share puts a lot more than Lindsay’s impending marriage in jeopardy. It alters the course of four lives forever.
Reader Alert! Lindsay’s stable of lovers could be counted on one hand, but Brian was by far the best of the bunch, she reminded herself as his cock met her soaking center.
Caution! Makeup/reunion sex is white hot, especially when both parties have been celibate for a year!