Delaney Richards had given up on love. The long hours at the office were finally paying off—she could all but feel the vice-presidency in her bones. She was counting on this week in San Francisco to seal the deal. But first she had to get through the weekend and the wedding—the first since her own wedding. Almost wedding, that is. You can’t have a wedding without a groom.
Captain Mike Savoy hadn’t counted on seeing Delaney Richards at his best friend’s wedding, let alone find himself falling in love with her. Now he has to convince her that the feeling is mutual—and permanent. But it’s more complicated than that. A past Delaney didn’t know she had is catching up with her. And the only way Mike can ensure their future together is to send her away.
And when blackmail turns to ransom, Mike is the only one who can save her. If only he can get to her in time, he can explain everything…
Reader Alert! No man had ever touched her this way, Delaney reminded herself through a moan as Mike pressed his mouth to the center of her wet triangle. His face had wrinkled in disbelief as his eyes filled with the promise of making it worth the wait…Caution! These two lovers are about to realize there’s a difference between having sex and making love. It’s like the first time all over again-- ratcheted up a few notches!
To My Readers: We can all think of a book that we couldn’t wait to finish but didn’t want to end. I felt that way about Second Chance and before I finished writing it, knew I had to continue the story through another set of eyes. We’ve all felt the sting of disappointment, the tugging in our stomach that lingers long after a broken heart begins to mend. But for Delaney Richards this last one was enough; she would never be that vulnerable again. But as you’ll see in Chance Encounter, we don’t get to make that choice.