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- Print Length: 197 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: October 12, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01IE40CTM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #491,760 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Second Chance At Forever Kindle Edition
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“What happens when the terrible twos come in threes?” That tagline sums it all up perfectly. For Stuti, her toddler triplets are her life. A challenge, yes. A burden, no. And she’s very adamant about that. The reader gets glimpses of what daily struggles her life brings with it. I like it that that the author didn’t mince words in that regard and didn’t paint an ideological, unrealistic picture of motherhood like in some romance novels. At the same time, Rhayne made the love show throw, the perks of being a mother to two little boys and one little girl, the joys that reward Stuti for her long, sometimes harrowing hours. And it is exactly that side that Revath can’t understand at first. I loved the way the author conjured up a crisis to make him ‘break the mold’ and really open his eyes and heart to the little ones and to Stuti’s motherly side. Some of those scenes had me laughing and crying at the same time, and I could picture them easily in my mind.
Revath is an interesting hero. Confident, very sexually aware, self-assured and beneath it all also kind and thoughtful. But he has old wounds and secrets that make him who he is, and at first it seems like he’d never be the right partner for Stuti – despite the sizzling chemistry that made me fan myself several times.
I loved the glimpses of their past, explaining why they are so drawn to each other and what holds them back. There was neither too much nor too little backstory. At times, I found their trust issues so unnerving that I wanted to smash their heads together and tell them to stop circling around the main issue and kiss and make up. But it all made sense and felt all the more real. Maji was a good minor character, holding the strings together without getting in the way.
If you enjoy romance novels that are very sensual and sensuous (without gratuitous escapades between the sheets) and that actually have a deep story to tell, and if you like protagonists who are flawed and credible, then you’re in for a ride here.
Sharing a romantic and tumultuous past, Stuti and Revath meet again in a situation which is fraught with conflicts. Stuti is not a free bird any more. She has heavy reponsibilities of being a mother of not one but three cute bundles of energy. Revath wants her to reconcile their differences, but Stuti resists. She has to think of not only her kids but also her ailing mother-in-law.
The novel is well written and fast paced. The scenes are steamy and as well as sexy, a hallmark of Ms. Rhayne's work. Backstory of both the protagonists add to the spice. The language is simple and fluent.
A breezy read, recommended for all romance lovers.
Both Stuti and Revath had difficult childhoods but their reactions to the past were different. In the end, Revath left her behind and Stuti consoled herself with the third wheel in their friendship, Revath's friend.
Now widowed, Stuti takes her mother in law and her two year old triplets on a holiday and almost immediately they run into Revath, there on a glamour photo shoot. The attraction is still there but Stuti has responsibilities and Revath still isn't interested in children.
How these two resolve the issues makes for a nice little story. The smexy is frequent and quite steamy at times. It's balanced with the reality of having a surfeit of small children and their needs.
Overall an enjoyable read and an interesting view into a different culture.
Second Chance at Forever starts fabulously - there are glimpses of the troubled history that Stuti and Revath share, and there is ample evidence of the hot chemistry between them. The wickedly naughty Revath manages, in the first few pages, to get between the sheets with his ex-sweetheart Stuti - great introduction to the rest of the story.
Add a set of triplets and a mother-in-law, and you have chaos..... I was intrigued to know how the author would handle a plot as complicated as this one, and I must compliment her - well done indeed.
Stuti has her priorities clear - her triplets mean the world to her - even if her heart and body crave Revath. Good read - do get a copy for yourself - it's a good fit for cold january nights!