The Second Chance Hero by Jeannie Moon
“It’s more. With him it could be more. I just know it.”
Author: Jeannie Moon
Series: Forever Love #4
The eternal bachelor finally finds his match—if he can get her attention…
After her fiancé dies in her arms in Afghanistan, combat nurse Kim Torres decides to get as far away from men and the war as she can. Now a nanny to a little girl, she’s trying to date again, but her heart just isn’t in it. Not even for a man as sexy as Owen Kent…
When Major Owen Kent returns from his deployment with the Marines in Afghanistan, he discovers how much things have really changed. The billionaire CIO’s friends are settling down and having families—things a serial dater like Owen doesn’t expect to do. But he’s also not expecting his friend Harper’s new nanny to be the woman who stole his heart half a world away. Kim may want nothing to do with Owen, but he’s not about to surrender without a fight.
Thoughts: Fate is the word of the day when it comes to this book. Owen is fascinated by the young nurse who falls apart in his arms after the world as she knows it falls apart around her after a tragedy in Afghanistan. After going to check on her a few weeks later – only to find her gone – he figures it wasn’t meant to be. But when his friend asks him to pick up her nanny after she has a flat tire, he’s stunned when it turns out to be the very nurse he was so intrigued by! He’s surprised, however, that she doesn’t recognize him. Owen’s happy to take these little circumstances as a nudge by fate and give them a chance – but can he convince Kim to do the same?
Talk about a sweet romance! I absolutely fell in love with this book! I love the witty banter between these characters, the chemistry between them, and just the whole falling-in-love story. The ending was also a bit surprising….but to find out why you’ll have to pick this little treasure up for yourself…:) It is beautifully told by the author, and just an amazingly sweet read. This was my first book by the author, but I can say it will definitely not be the last! It is also completely a stand alone novel.