characters ¾ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Pamela StoneTen he s a man with needs He has a huge guilt chip On His Shoulder And his shoulder and does a good job of hiding it ntil the author had him spilling his guts to Hannah It took her and me by surprise I thought he had it all together It s easy to accept men at face value when they seem so capable and in charge so much so that we forget that they are human too They have to deal with feelings and have the added pressure of being the one that everyone looks to to fix things His daughter has a situation that comes p that truly put him out of his comfort zone That scene really depicted how hard it is for men to raise daughters alone just as
MUCH AS IT MUST BE FORas it must be for to raise sons There are challenges inherent in both that are a mystery to the other Second Chance Dad explored that a bit and it was very sweet The author threw in a few environmental developments that helped depict the colorful small town life that Hannah grew p in escaped and had to come back to I also got a kick out of how the author started the story and how she ended it like bookends The conflict is definitely internal with two people at different stages in their life finding common ground to find happiness together It was a nice romance I guess the only thing that kept this book from getting a perfect score was the lead in to the ending I had to reread it twice to find the transition from struggling to accept that this might be real love to the I love you part The book was meticulous in buildup and characterization and good dialogue but the pinnacle of the mome. S new best friend Vince may be the most irresistible man on the block but he's got a lot to learn about parentingAll right so Vince's daughter is a little high spirited Hanna's downright overprotective of her precious boy Unfortunately she'. This is a well written read with tension a sense of family and enticing romance This charming story is one for the keeper shelf a sense of family and enticing romance This charming story is one for the keeper shelf romance between Vince and Hannah nfolds in a believable way boosted and sometimes vexed by their children The story is not written to the way boosted and sometimes vexed by their children The story is not written to the contrived formula of breakup to makeup for no plausible or apparent reason with a sincere thank you to the author who keeps the conflict real while the pages turn Most highly recommended 35 Stars This would have been a four star book but the last couple of chapters bordered on ridiculous for me Sometimes kids get it a lot
faster than adults and in this story the kids steal the show withthan adults and in this story the kids steal the show with antics throughout this adorable story Hannah is the heroine who is just recovering from a divorce her self esteem is low and her having to come back home to live with her mother isn t the best situation I liked that Hannah has a good relationship with her mother and she nderstands the pitfalls that come from moving back home She s an easy character to respect because in almost all of her decisions she puts her child Ashton first The author did a good job of balancing motherhood with fledgling romance and danced the line just right between reality and fantasy The story didn t get morose and it didn t feel nbelievable so I was able to enjoy myself Here was a woman having to learn how to be a single parent while being discombobulated by her young son Vince is the man who tries so hard to be everything to and for his daughter Kenzie that he s forgot. Moving back to her Texas hometown after her divorce seemed like a good idea at the time Until Hanna Rosser's sually well behaved son gets into trouble at school The single mother knows exactly who's to blame Vince Keegan father of her son'. .
Nt where it comes together and validates the happy ever after didn t seem to match and I missed it Of course this is my opinion but I Think At Least An Extra at least an extra of true self revelation from either Hannah or Vince with a solid conviction of love being expressed would have made it a tad smoother As it was Vince s declaration seemed like being expressed would have made it a tad smoother As it was Vince s declaration seemed like pushed into a pool I never saw it coming when it came Even so Second Chance Dad is a very sweet and well written romance spiced with hijinks from the kids and a bit of idiocy from the ex husband I enjoyed the fact that both Vince and Hannah remained responsible adults even when passion rode them hard When they did manage to express themselves in the physical sense it was ite romantic and vividly expressed For readers who are looking for a simple romance focused on the emotions and trials of falling in love between two people healing from hurt and loss then this book should fit the bill It s entertaining and it s easy to care for the characters Originally posted at Newly divorced and now single mom Hanna Rosser is having a hard time adjusting
to small town life again After living in luxury with her now ex husband Richard shesmall town life again After living in luxury with her now ex husband Richard she now living with her mom and went in together to open a book store On top of all that her son Ashton is beginning to rebel over her protective measures After getting a call from the school about a fight Hanna learns the blame goes to Vince Keegan s daughter Mackenzie After the death of his wife and son 9 years ago Vince teaches Kenzie how to take care of. S also far too appealing for this widowed dad's peace of mindMaybe it's time Hanna and Vince let go of their pasts and gave in to what's happening between them Just because they're parents doesn't mean they can't have a second chance at lov.