- A Second Chance
- Narrated by: Tanya Eby
- Length: 5 hrs and 12 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 07-12-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Terra Kelly
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Hollis Ackers could care less about women. Hell, he didn't care about anyone. When his mother, the only woman he ever loved, died, he became numb inside. Motorcycles became his life, and the Louisville Biker Group was the perfect stand-in family.
When miss country-girl-in-her-cute-ass-cowboy-boots spills coffee on him, it shouldn't mean a thing. Or will it?
When two people who lost the will to love meet, what will happen? Can new love really heal all the pain?
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By kgagnon on 09-07-16
4.5 Beautifully Emotional Stars!
Hannah's Story was a beautiful and emotional tale of second chances at life and love. Hannah lost the will to live life after the tragic loss of her husband and parents. She lost contact with her Aunt and friends, as she just 'existed'. She now wants to be the fun loving woman she used to be. So she heads back to her hometown of Louisville to reconnect and pursue her love of music and a music career. Her poetic songs reflect her wounded soul. She soon resonates to her audience and begins to attract a following, including the gruff and closed off biker, Hollis. Hollis is broken as well and in search of something he thinks the local bike club will give him, until he meets Hannah. They didn't start off on the best of terms but feel a fiery chemistry that draws them to each other. I liked that they are mature adults and that their relationship starts slow making their growth and healing feel honest and genuine.
I really enjoyed the narrator, Tanya Eby. She set each scene perfectly, her inflections were spot on, and she drew me in completely. This quick emotional story has great banter, sensual passion, and several plot twists that add tension and suspense. I thoroughly enjoyed this audiobook and will definitely look for more from Ms. Kelly.
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By Angela M. Dokos on 02-06-18
This was an okay book. There was some repetition that got on my nerves. I never understood why someone in a biker group would want to kill someone for dating a member of the group. There were some very unrealistic things in the story. But overall it was okay. I feel it could’ve been better. It had good potential. I didn’t hate it, but didn’t love it either.