Review: Second Chances by Stacy Finz

Reporter Harlee Roberts is used to finding the story, not living it. Unfortunately, losing her dream job and glittering city life means she needs a serious rewrite. Downtime at her parents' cabin in Nugget is a break she could really use. But the less her rugged woodworker neighbor has to say to her, the more Harlee’s natural curiosity is piqued, and the more she wants exclusive access—to his heart…

Nugget's open spaces and mountain quiet are the perfect refuge for Colin Burke. All he wants is solitude, to mind his own business—and for Harlee to mind hers. Still, her live-wire personality and take-no-prisoners commitment to those she cares about are a temptation pulling him way too close. Is their connection strong enough to survive his secrets—and risk a future together?
What's a good year for a reader? Ton's of books read. What's a bad year for a reviewer? Ton's of books read and not reviewed yet. Yep, I have a ton of them to review. So let's get to it. 

This is a series that I read the first two books and then let the rest fall to the side while I read others. At the beginning of the year, I picked them up and again and couldn't put them down. I had to read them all until I finished the series. I'm so glad that I did. 

In Second Chances you have one of my favorite hero's, Colin Burke. Right away his character called to me from the second he was introduced to the series. I think it was because of the mystery that surrounds him. The less you know the sexier he becomes. 

Messed up, I know. 

I think the reason I thought these two are so perfect together is the fact that Colin has secrets about his past and Harlee needs to know....everything! 

For them, it's a slightly bumpy road, for us a great read. 

I really enjoyed the romance between Colin and Harlee. I liked how she supported him and he was there for her when she needed him. They just worked together. I also enjoyed how Harlee soon learned that there was more to life than the big city. She found people she liked and who liked her back and a man who loved her. 

If you haven't yet read this series it's a must-read. Even though this is only the third book in the series it was a favorite of mine. 

Have any of you read her before? If so, what's your favorite series or book?


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