Sunday, February 21, 2016

Destiny's Second Chance

Destiny's Second Chance

by Kate Vale 

First Place Category Winner for the CHATELAINE AWARDS 2014 for Women’s Fiction and Romance Novels
At sixteen years old, Isabella Campbell is forced to give up her newborn daughter, Destiny. For twenty-one years Bella ponders the fate of her daughter as the annual letters from the adoptive parents cease. She decides to take action, and Destiny gets the surprise of her life when her birth mother contacts her. Despite her adoptive mother’s reservations about this new connection, Destiny is curious to meet the woman who brought her into the world.
While Bella strives to build a relationship with her daughter, she also works to save her favorite local bookstore. Gavin Cambridge, the owner’s nephew, doesn’t think the bookstore is worth saving and is more interested in pursuing Bella.
Gavin is all business. Bella is all heart. But she needs to balance her heart and her mind as she navigates romance, works to save a business, and tries to give her long-lost daughter Destiny the greatest gift in the world: a second chance.

4.0 out of 5 stars Second chances are give and takeFebruary 13, 2016
This review is from: Destiny's Second Chance (Kindle Edition)
Life is all about second chances, giving them and taking them as well. Isabella had made (driven to either works here) the difficult decision to give her baby up for adoption when she was younger. She wasn't married and who wouldn't want a better life for their child. I have to say in my personal opinion, it's a very selfless thing to do, as I can't imagine carrying my kids, and not having them be a part of my life. That's just my personal thoughts. Destiny has sought out contact with her birth mother after she turned 21. A second chance to know a mother who loved her but didn't keep her. This was an emotional read for sure, but in a good way. I hadn't had the pleasure of reading Ms. Vale before, but she is someone I would recommend to others to read. 4/5 cross posting to My Reading Reality
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