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The Cowboy’s Second Chance Family by Leslie North


The Cowboy’s Second Chance Family by Leslie North
Rating:four-half-stars
The Cowboy’s Second Chance Family by Leslie North
Series: Wells Brothers #3
Genres: Western Romance, Contemporary Romance

Avery Collins is stunned when her ex, Tucker Wells, stumbles through her door during a snowstorm, pretending ten years haven’t gone by since he broke her heart. Tucker was the love of her life—and the father of their daughter, Shanna—and now he’s claiming amnesia. Well, Avery’s not buying it. At least not at first. What happened to the man who said he didn’t want children, who told her becoming a veterinarian would be a huge mistake? This Tucker is bonding with Shanna and praising Avery’s practice. He’s acting like a better, nicer, sexier version of the boy she once loved. As Shanna’s father, Tucker is definitely back in Avery’s life. But would it be so bad to let him back into her heart?

After years traveling the world as a photographer, Tucker wants to settle down and finally do his part on the family ranch. Though his mind is a bit muddled after falling from his horse, he’s thinking clearly enough to know two things: He’s still in love with Avery and he wants to get to know the daughter he’s just discovered he has. It’s clear, though, that Avery is more than a little wary of him—and for good reason: the story she tells of their breakup definitely paints him as a villain. He might not remember breaking her heart, but Tucker is determined to do what he can to make up for lost time. Yet the harder he tries, the more Avery pushes him away. If only he could remember what made him leave her all those years ago, then maybe he could find his way back to her now…

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My Review

I am a huge Leslie North fan and this one didn’t disappoint. This is the final book in the Wells series but you can easily read it on its own as I did.

Tucker spent years traveling for his work as a photographer. Now he is back home and helping out on the family ranch. An accident in the middle of a storm leaves him with amnesia and seeking shelter from the woman whose heart he shatter years before.

Avery loved Tucker when they were younger but when he left her behind it left her shattered. Now he is back and doesn’t remember anything from before. He wants a second with her and the daughter he didn’t know they had created.

I will say that Avery frustrated me at times because she was so lost in her hurt and pain that she refused to see the gift of a second chance it seemed.

About Leslie North

Leslie North is the pen name for a critically-acclaimed author of women’s contemporary romance and fiction. The anonymity gives her the perfect opportunity to paint with her full artistic palette, especially in the romance and erotic fantasy genres.

The truth of the matter is she loves her fictional persona, Leslie North, more than her normal, day-to-day persona! Her bestselling books focus on strong characters and particularly women who aren’t afraid to challenge an alpha male. Inspired after years of travel, her stories are set all over the world, from the tough streets of Russia to the beautiful beaches of the middle east.

Leslie fell in love with romance when she first picked up a scrappy, dog-eared romance book from her local library. She began writing soon after and the rest, as they say, was history. She now lives in a cozy cottage on the British coast and enjoys taking long walks with her two Dalmatians, George and Fergie.

She LOVES reader feedback, and if you have any comments, don’t hesitate to contact her via e-mail: leslie@leslienorthbooks.com.

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10 Comments

  1. This sounds really good, I love twisty turny love stories, and amnesia is certainly a twist. If Tucker can not remember why he left Avery in the first place, will he leave again if/when he remembers?

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