When she turns around at the sound of her name, Nathan catches up with her and his world starts spinning. She is definitely Paige, but has no idea who he is and can account for the past two years of her life, which most definitely did not include him.
The reader can't help but root for the two of them as they try to find answers to the confusion in their lives. This is a good mystery and an even better love story that is written in a style easy enough to overlook some of the weaker elements. The "bad guys" were just weird sometimes, and things get a bit farfetched, but I never wanted to put down the book.
I recommend Second Chances as a fun get-away this weekend, from the holiday plans you might be making.
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Date of Publication - December 3, 2013