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Winter of Second Chances

Author: Bayliss, Jenny
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 464
Pub Date: 11/11/2021
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 9781529027105
Availability: In Stock
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Quick overview An uplifting, laugh-out-loud story about taking a chance on a new beginning, from the author of The Twelve Dates of Christmas.
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The Winter of Second Chances is the hilarious, heart-warming second book from the author of The Twelve Dates of Christmas, Jenny Bayliss.

'A gorgeous, cosy winter read that will transport you to the coast on a windswept day . . . This book will restore anyone's faith that it's never too late for a second chance at love, or indeed, life' - Sophie Cousens, bestselling author of This Time Next Year

'A tender and enchanting read, full of quirky characters and second chances' - Jean Meltzer, author of The Matzah Ball

Annie Sharpe has it all - an acclaimed restaurant she owns with her handsome husband Max, and two gorgeous grown-up sons. But after one indiscretion too many, she leaves behind the only life she's ever known.

In search of a fresh start, Annie takes up a position as a caretaker of a beach house on Kent's beautiful south coast. The tight-knit village community soon feels like home - she even reopens the long-dormant cafe.

The only thorn in her side is John, the owner's nephew, who has his own agenda for the house, and a persistent Max, intent on winning her back.

Annie can't run from her problems forever. Will she give her first love a second chance? Or step into the promise of a new life?


Praise for The Twelve Dates of Christmas:

'If you need help getting into the festive spirit, this is the book for you . . . This feelgood read has humour, romance and some gorgeous descriptions of the Christmas traditions of an English village' - Good Housekeeping

'Sparkly and romantic' - My Weekly

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