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Second Chance

Truly Yours
Written by: Tracey V. Bateman
Narrated by: uncredited
Length: 4 hrs and 35 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary

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Publisher's Summary

One of your favorite inspirational romances, Second Chance, is now available as a complete and unabridged audiobook.

Alisa Worthington has been an orphan her entire life. She dreams of having a family - but just when she thinks she's found a home, it is taken from her. Alisa flees San Francisco and false accusations against her, ending up in the small town of Reliable, California. There, she's at the mercy of the six Chance brothers. From the moment he first sees her, Titus Chance is drawn to Alisa's enormous brown eyes, set in a lovely heart-shaped face. But no matter how much friendship he offers, she always withdraws, haunted by secrets from her past. Will Alisa be convicted of a heinous crime she did not commit? Might her connection with Titus lead to a second chance for love?

©2013 Tracey V. Bateman (P)2013 Barbour Publishing

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  • CarolineJo Etienne
  • 23-05-16

Second Chance. Easy read.

I enjoyed listening to this book but some of the scenarios seemed a little kitchy.

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  • Torie
  • 23-09-15

a wonderful book

couldn't wait to hear the rest each time I had to pause it. loved it.

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  • Bert
  • 15-03-14

I love the Chance brothers

I love all the Chance brothers stories, but the 1st one in the series is a little better than this story. I still stayed up late to finish this story, and I am sure I will be enjoying this story many times in the future. I just wish that the female main character's father was not so hard to believe; I know people can change, but he was a little over the top. I still loved the story though.