The Season of Second Chances
Griffin, 2011 (2011)
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Reviewed by Mary Ann Smyth
oy Harkness has left her teaching post in Cambridge to take a position teaching English Literature at Amherst in Massachusetts. But she's unsure of her sudden plan to leave New York – to move on in her career and her life.
eeding some place to hang her hat, she buys a rundown Victorian with way too many rooms and in need of a complete renovation.
nter Teddy Hennessey, fifteen years younger but with the skills to completely restore the dwelling - including suggesting color schemes and fabrics and lighting. Every home owner's dream. Just one little flaw in the man - Teddy's mother is a harridan who controls every aspect of his life.
he Season of Second Chances
tells the story of a woman's awakening to the life she is missing. There are relationships that seem to fall into her lap and that she is finally able to recognize as friendship. The attention of a fine man helps to restore not only her home but her faith in love.
oining her on her path to a new life, and being a part of her musings as she makes decisions, proves to be delightful as Joy awakens to the choices awaiting her. She takes on three
, three bachelors who woo the new women on campus. She is more than their match. Well, almost. She also proves that no one is ever too old to fall in love.
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