Love’s Second Chance by Mike Lynch

lovessecondchanceGenre: Romance
Publisher: Ellechor Publishing House
Publication Date: March 2013

Evan Johnson is a brilliant real estate agent. He really isn’t looking to settle down but when he meets Dana Rogers, he’s instantly intrigued by her. However, Dana is one tough cookie to crack and won’t give him the time of day.

The town of Fair Haven is dying—maybe not physically, but spiritually. Town people just don’t care about God and church like they once did. As the pastor’s assistant at New Covenant Christian Church, Dana realizes that something has to change or they will lose the church that has been an integral part of the community for 200 years. Dana definitely doesn’t have time for men, especially one like Evan.

When Dana is forced to find a new home, she has to turn to Evan for help. As they work together, they discover that neither one is what the other expected and Dana finds herself struggling to keep her vow of never falling in love again.

Love’s Second Chance is a sweet, feel good romance. A perfect getaway for a lazy afternoon. Mike Lynch creates fun and entertaining characters that keep the reader’s attention. At times, Dana acted a bit naively. For a woman who swore to never fall in love again, she jumped right into deep and personal topics with a guy she insisted she disliked. But then most of us probably know someone like that in real life too.  And if we are honest with ourselves, maybe even we have done the same thing.  While this didn’t detract from the story, it did make me question the conviction behind her “no-guy” policy.

While the story wrapped up kind of quickly, Evan Johnson’s commitment in the end is especially adorable. I recommend Love’s Second Chance to romance fans. If you enjoy Hallmark movies, then you’ll probably like this book too.

Review copy provided by author. Thanks!

**Originally posted on Fiction Addict.

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