Review: Second Chance on Cypress Lane

Second Chance on Cypress Lane (Holly Grove Island, #1)

Synopsis:

In this heartwarming second-chance romance, a woman returns home and discovers that, when it comes to finding love, there’s no place like home.

When a romance gone wrong lands reporter Dakota Jones in the pages of the tabloids, her rising star crashes and burns. Instead of getting the weekend anchor job she’d been promised, she’s promptly shown the door. Which leaves her one option: return home to lick her wounds, eat lemon meringue pie, and plot her comeback while actively avoiding the man who once broke her heart.

Dexter Roberts made a huge mistake when he walked away from Dakota, and he’s regretted it ever since. So when Dakota returns to Holly Grove Island to regroup and decide what’s next, Dex can’t pass up the opportunity to win back the love of his life. Now he just needs to convince Dakota to give him a second chance. 

Rating: 5-stars

Review:

Second Chance on Cypress Lane by Reese Ryan is amazing! This story follows a young woman who lost her career and love interest all in one swoop. It also features her journey back home and a rekindle of past romance with her best friend. But she’s afraid of heartbreak again and isn’t sure giving the first man who broke her heart a second chance. However, with their time spent together while she’s home brings them closer and old feelings resurface. Hope, second chances, new beginnings, and family are the wonderful themes readers can find in this book. I was in love the moment I met all the characters. Family and friends of the protagonists made this novel a more heartfelt and emotionally charged tale. Overall, I am impressed by Reese Ryan’s talent and characterization. Her storytelling skills are impeccable. Second Chance on Cypress Lane was the first of her books that I have read. I cannot wait to read more by this writer.

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