Book Review: The Second Chance Groom by Taylor Hart

Title: The Second Chance Groom

Author: Taylor Hart

Series: Texas Titan Romances (Stands Alone)

Published: January 11, 2018

Page Length: 193 Pages

 

Book Summary:

Enjoy this fast-paced love story from best-selling author, Taylor Hart!
Playing second string to his big brother, Zeus, of the Texas Titans, wasn’t in Anthony Kincaid’s life plan–Kinkaid’s are never second string. But after what should have been a career-ending injury, he’s happy to still be in the game. With his life in a constant state of flux, it shouldn’t have been a surprise to see his first love at a PR event. When old feelings rise to the surface he finds himself kissing her … too bad she slaps him.

As if mourning her fiancé who was killed in the line of duty wasn’t hard enough, Cassidy Stone reluctantly returns to her old stomping grounds to help her dad through chemo. With everything she’s going through, she doesn’t need Anthony Kinkaid, the man who broke her heart at the tender age of sixteen, in her life. But when the owner of the newspaper asks if she’ll do an exclusive interview on Anthony, she accepts. After all, who better to get the truth than the woman who knows all his secrets? She’s objective. She is!

When Anthony makes it clear to her that he’s in this interview for more than just the article, she becomes caught up in their shared memories and falls for him all over again. But old boyfriends and finances never really disappear and when new secrets come to light, she is faced with a choice…let go of the past or give it one more second chance.

Most of the time I pick up books to be entertained and to get lost in a great story. Yes, sometimes I go for something that would be considered great literature and writing but most of the time I don’t want to invest that much brain power into a book. Usually, I just want a way to relax and unwind and prefer books to television and movies. These Texas Titan Romances fall into my typical category of something perfect to read when I want to relax and be entertained. Their length is perfect for reading in just one or two sittings. They work as a before bedtime read or to keep my mind occupied while cleaning the house or working out (I love Kindle’s text to voice feature).

I enjoy the crossover that we see of characters from one book to another. They can be read in any order. I enjoy seeing familiar characters mentioned in passing or even better seeing them make an appearance on the pages of the story.

There were a few things in this book that didn’t seem plausible based on the timeline of events but if you can suspend disbelief in relation to how long recovery takes after an accident or major surgery then you’ll enjoy this one.

 

Rating: 4 Stars – Great Book

Source: Kindle Unlimited

Content: Clean (just kissing)

2018: #23