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Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Second Chances by K.L. Phelps

Second ChancesSecond Chances by K.L. Phelps
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When the author approached me and asked me if I would like to read this with a possible view to my review, good or bad, I looked at the cover, then the read the blurb. I thought it sounded interesting.

I have to say, this was MORE than interesting, it kept me awake reading this into the early hours. It was an unexpected conclusion at the end, I had a hunch part way through but I dismissed it thinking I was so far off the scale, I was shocked to see that I was right.

Although a thriller/suspense, it has some quirky moments in there from Nathan. Some retorts made me laugh.

I loved how the authors teased me by writing a small chapter here and there with something else going on in the middle of it all which kept my attention throughout. Loved it.

For a fairly new up and coming author I thought it was a superb well thought out suspense. The characters were true, real and you could relate to.

I passed a few hours reading this and was very entertained, so I must thank the author for approaching me and giving the chance to read it. I said I had a long list, but promised to slip this one in, I am so glad that I did.

How far would you go to uncover the truth? Nathan King lost his wife a year ago. He thought he’d come to terms with her death. However, when he sees her in a crowded airport, he knows his world will never be the same again. 

What would you do if you discovered your entire life was a lie? When a man approaches Paige Kendall and claims to be her husband, she thinks he must be joking. But when he produces photographs and shares details of her past that she knows no one else could possibly know, she is forced to question everything she believes. 

Together they set off on a perilous adventure to find out what really happened to Nathan’s wife and discover who Paige really is. Every answer brings them a step closer to the truth, a step closer to danger, and a step closer to finding the answer to the ultimate question: Are there such things as second chances?

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