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Second Chance Love (A Bindarra Creek Romance) (Volume 2) Paperback – August 10, 2015
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Claire was determined not to step back into the relationship she’d had with Angus all those years before – but Angus had other ideas. His wife Laura had been gone for eight years; was it time to move forward with his life now that he realised his deep feelings for Claire were still there? But there was trouble on the horizon – Angus’ property was under threat. But was it anything to do with Claire; with the library?
Second Chance Love by Aussie author Susanne Bellamy is another in the Bindarra Creek romance series and a lovely addition it is! Ollie is a delightful character as are the side characters from the local pub. Claire annoyed me just a little until she toughened up and took her Aunt Margaret’s advice… This is a thoroughly enjoyable series of thirteen books (when they’re all published) written by thirteen different authors and all centring around the fictional NSW town of Bindarra Creek. I have no hesitation in highly recommending Second Chance Love.
I’ve read quite a few romance novels – second chance or not – with single mothers, but a single father is hard to come by. Angus was interesting merely due to this reason already, and he proved to be much more than that. I loved seeing him interact with his son Ollie, just the right mix of trying to be the man in the house and steer him onto the right path and being a bit insecure and sometimes more a friend than a father. He also sounded totally swoonworthy, and topped with a caring heart, honesty, quiet strength and a streak of stubbornness, he was irresistible. I loved it that he didn’t give up on winning Claire over, and that he was such a guiding light throughout the book, even when he was unsure of his place or feelings.
Claire was lovely to read about too. Strong and sensible on the outside, with a vulnerable streak that didn’t make her weak but very human and relatable. It was refreshing to see that she didn’t just give in to the raging hormones and blissful memories and fought so hard for what she thought was right.
I had no idea there’d be a mystery all rolled up in the romance, and it was one of the reasons why I devoured the book in one go. I freaked out quite a bit, shouting at the characters to keep safe. The author had me at the edge of my seat, and I’m satisfied with the ending. It was – despite its conclusion and Happily Ever After – a bit open too, though, so there’s a niggling part in my mind that demands a continuation of the story. I could have read for several hours more and enjoyed it tremendously, I was so caught up in the story and so happy with the characters.
Susanne Bellamy's 'Second Chance Love' is a delightful read with a ripple of suspense that keep things moving along.
I highly recommend 'Second Chance Love.'