Lily Harmon is a wedding planner. Unfortunately she finds herself
planning the perfect wedding for the man she once loved and almost
married, Trace Bennington. On the day of his wedding, Trace finds
himself left at the altar. When he sees that Lily was the planner, he
blames her for the trouble. When Trace's best friend threatens Lily, she
fears he's found out her secret. A secret that will change Trace's
world forever. As old hurts and secrets from the past rise to the
surface, will Trace and Lily not only find forgiveness but eventually
find the future they should have had from the beginning?
thoroughly enjoyed A Pretty Good Chance. Loved the characters, except
for Clark Benningon! The dialog kept you totally involved and cheering
on Lily and Trace. It's a short story at 60 or so pages but it really
didn't read that way, though I would have liked a little more of a wrap
up at the end but maybe that was just me not wanting it to end so soon.
Lisa Crane has become a favorite author and I'm looking forward to
reading more of her stories! If you're looking for a short romantic fix,
mixed with some good old fashioned conflict then I think you have A
Pretty Good Chance of really liking this story!
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