The SEAL's Second Chance

An Alpha Ops Novella

The SEAL's Second Chance is a short read but it tells a compelling story about second chances and lost loves. Charlotte was an up and coming basketball star that made it to pros, in order to do that she gave up on relationships and sex with the guy she loved. Her goal was to get out of town and make something of herself and she wasn’t going to ruin it by getting pregnant. Now she’s back in town and running into Jamie has brought back all kinds of feelings she didn't allow herself to have when they were younger.

Jamie is in town on leave for one thing and one thing only, Charlie, and he’s not leaving until he gets her. Since they were teens he has loved her and no one else. Now he’s staking his claim and tearing it up on the basketball court with her as well.

The SEAL’s Second Chance was a nice story about lost love and finding yourself again. Charlie and Jamie were two people from the opposite side of the tracks but at the end of the day it didn't really matter. It was up to them to decide if they were worth fighting for or to just give up. Even though this is the third book in a series I was not lost and knew what was going on.

Book Blurb for The SEAL's Second Chance

The third in the Alpha Ops novella series that features an alpha Navy SEAL and the girl he thought he'd lost forever.

In high school, basketball star Charlotte Stannard and Navy SEAL Jamie Hawthorn were everything but lovers. They shared a ruthlessly competitive spirit and relentless drive, but Charlie, afraid of the consequences of an unplanned pregnancy at seventeen, drove Jamie away. But now Jamie's back in town for the banquet to honor the basketball coach, and finds Charlie, newly home from a successful career in the European leagues and coaching the girls' team. The flames between them are hotter than ever, but Charlie believes Jamie just wants what he couldn't have when they were kids. Jamie's not just playing to win. He's playing for Charlie's heart, forever.

Night Owl Reviews Apr, 2016 4.00