Change of pace today – a romance instead of a mystery. I downloaded “A Chance to Get It Right” a while back, but hadn’t found the time to read it before now. Glad I finally did.
Katrina Jacobs knows something is missing from her life–even though most would say she has it all. But when she pays a visit to her sister in the sleepy rural town of Willows, she discovers what’s been missing.
Richard Jensen has the looks, the money and the career–now all he needs is the perfect wife. He’s convinced Katrina’s the one; he just needs to make it happen.
Terry Winters doesn’t mind the whispers going on in town–after all, he moved to Willows for his horses, and they don’t listen to rumours.
As Katrina grows fond of Willows, she finds herself caught in a battle between substance and form, learning that having it all isn’t the same as getting it right.
But is it just the town she’s enamoured with?
A Chance to Get it Right is the second instalment in the Copperhead Creek Australian Romance series, and while this is a stand-alone story with respect to the main characters, some of the characters from the first book, A Chance to Come True, make appearances as life continues in the rural town of Willows.
A sweet and lovely romance about a young woman trying to decide what she wants from her life and who she really wants to spend it with. The personalities of the two contenders are as different as could be. Their characters are well drawn, with Richard is as easy to dislike as Terry is to like. The story also provided an interesting glimpse into small town life in Australia. All in all, an enjoyable read with a happily ever after conclusion. I’ll be on the lookout for more books from this author.