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One More Chance
Book 1 - the The Dance series
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(40+ midlife romance)
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Seven years after her wife’s tragic death, a still-mourning Aimée “Jake” Charron finds herself unexpectedly intrigued by a personal ad sent to her by one of her best friends. It was a femme sucker punch right to the gut, and Jake finds her inner alpha butch responding with an almost predatory desire.

 

After two failed relationships, Geneva Raineri doesn’t believe in fairy tales and happily-ever-afters anymore. Her neighbor posts a personal ad Gen wrote as a joke on a butch/femme romance site—and when a self-professed alpha butch named Jake responds, Gen finds herself swept up into a sensual game of cat-and-mouse that soon has a captivated Gen feeling like Jake’s prey.

 

Jake knows she’s already had one chance at a forever love, but lost it when her wife died. She wants Gen with a desire she’d thought was long dead—but Jake believes expecting to find another great love after you’ve already had one and lost it is a fool’s game.

 

Gen, however, is determined to prove to Jake that anyone lucky enough to be given another shot at happiness needs to grab it with both hands and never let it go.

 

As Jake and Gen navigate personal journeys that include heartbreak, self-discovery, passion, and courage, they both discover that risking everything to take one more chance on love might ultimately be their salvation.

What readers are saying:

“Tiffany is simply an amazing story teller. This is a enthralling story about grief, an amazing group of friends, and finding love when you least expect it.”

-AliciaReviewsBooks

 

“These characters truly felt real – their story was so believable it felt like I was almost watching it unfold before my eyes.”

 

“I found the book both heartwarming and emotional and was a very good read.”

 

“This story grabbed my heart and didn’t let go!”

 

“These characters are so believable, I felt like I knew them.”

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