Shadow of Second Chances : The Shadow Series (Goss)

  • by Barbara Goss
  • Narrated by Tristan Wright
  • Series: The Shadow Series (Goss)
  • 3 hrs and 19 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Peggy Iverson fears working at the camp with Gavin McKenzie, but she agrees to it since he convinces her he is a new man. Gavin is counseled by Reverend Billy Croft, and learns some truths that change his life. He hates that Peggy fears him, and he sets out to show her he is reborn in Christ. One thing leads to another at camp, and he ends up asking Peggy if he can court her in order to convince Violet to forgive and forget, but he falls in love with Peggy in the process. Violet gives him an impossible ultimatum, instead. Which offer will he chose?


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Recommended for historical romance readers

If this is the final of the Shadow Series, i'll look forward to the next Goss series. She never misses. Bad guy? Good guy? I won't tell, but this book proves that no one is beyond redemption. This book was very entertaining, and if it's the last in the series, then it ended with a grand slam. All of this came together nicely by Audible reader Tristan Wright's super job on narration.
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- Marcine

Redemption is for everyone

This book surprised me a bit as the main characters, Gavin and Peggy, were the antagonists in previous books. Gavin attacked Violet in a previous book, but has since sought counseling of the church pastor and asked God for forgiveness. We learn more of Peggy's back story in this book and learn that home life is tough and she wants nothing more than to have a relationship and marriage and to be a mother.
Peggy is a bit unsure about working with Gavin at the children's camp knowing what she knows about her past, but she puts her concerns aside for the sake of the children and gives Gavin a chance. Peggy and Gavin become friends, but before it becomes more serious, Gavin is convinced that he needs to confess his past to Peggy's mother as well as ask Violet for forgiveness for his past indiscretions. Forgiveness comes hard for some and it isn't until Gavin is wounded while protecting people in the town that full forgiveness is extended.
Excellent book showing the power or forgiveness.
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- Sara Rutgers

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-01-2017
  • Publisher: Barbara A. Goss