most people meet the person they will marry while in high school. Balancing one
another perfectly, Holly Ryan and Declan James were together through most of
college—until their relationship blew up, leaving Declan with more questions
past two years, Declan has tried everything he can think of to earn Holly’s
forgiveness, but even if he manages to help her let go of the past and give
them another chance at happiness, she still has a secret. Not to mention, she
can’t get over the revolving door of women he seems to have coming in and out
of his apartment.
desperate to prove to Holly she’s the one for him and isn’t above using his
celebrity status or enlisting the help of their friends to win her back. All’s
fair in love and war, right?
I loved the first book I read by this author last year and after I read the description of this book, I was hoping for something amazing and that’s what I got. I love a good second chance romance and this book deliver with heart and laughter. The characters perfect for each other. We see it all evolve like the title suggests and the author did a good job with keeping things mysterious.
Dec was a great hero. Yes he made mistakes but he really did own up to them. He was honest, more honest then I thought he would have been, but it worked perfectly for the story. Holly made me laugh. She was stubborn but she also had every right to. Seeing her feel mega for Dec was beautiful. I can’t even describe it. Yes she fought it, but Love always wins. The secondary characters helped add a dynamic to the story. I would really love to see them get their own books!
When it comes to the plot; like I said, it’s second chance with a spin. The author goes back and forth so we get a feel for both the characters and the past and the love and mistakes that were made.
After I was done I sat with a goofy smile on my face. Not only because it was a beautiful story, but because these characters will be ingrained in my mind. I can’t wait to see what this she writes next. 5 Stars #2OCCJD
Kelly has been writing since she was young and took joy in spinning stories to her childhood friends. Margaritas and sarcasm make her smile, she loves the beach but hates the sand, and she believes Starbucks makes any day better.
A contemporary romance writer, D. Kelly’s stories revolve around friendship and the bond it creates, strengthening the love of the people who share it. For all things D. Kelly, you can visit her website: http://www.dkellyauthor.com