Friday, September 13, 2013

Giving away a Kindle copy of Second Chance!

Mave wants the life back in her marriage. 
Dareece just wants a life. 
Could they be the answer to each other’s dream?

Mave Robertson, a recent empty nester, wants the fire back in her marriage, but her husband, Jerry, remains aloof. Is he having an affair? A midlife crisis? When a neighbor suggests she “get a life,” Mave accepts the challenge and volunteers at an inner-city teen ministry where she is thrown into a culture of drugs, gangs, and unwed teen moms. She soon discovers someone she can help, but might he also be the cure for both her stale marriage and her crumbling relationship with her father?

Dareece Jackson, a teen from the projects, wants something in Mave’s purse...and he’ll stop at nothing to get it.

“Transcends race and reaches the extremes—from suburbia to the ghetto, from guilt over a loved one’s murder to a marriage gone dull. With a dash of humor for balance, Second Chance will speak to your heart, no matter your station in life.”
—April W. Gardner, author of the Creek Country Saga; Sr. Editor of the literary site, Clash of the Titles

“Refreshing and thought-provoking.” —Jennifer Slattery of Novel Reviews and Clash of the Titles
“Transports readers into the worlds of two very diverse characters. With laughter, tears, and sighs, you’ll enjoy every turn of the page.”
—Fay Lamb, author of Because of Me, Treble Heart Books

“Gently unfolds the truth that sometimes, the best is yet to come, from unexpected people, and places, and hearts.” —Sandra Byrd, author of To Die For: A Novel of Anne Boleyn

A poignant story of middle age, surprising friendships, and unexpected places

Leave a comment, along with your email address, for a chance to win a Kindle copy!
Contest ends September 30


6 comments:

Writers and Readers said...

Oh. Now this looks like a good and decent story to read!

chaplaindebbie said...

Great reviews and it sounds really good. I will be sharing!

Eileen Rife said...

Thanks for stopping by, y'all! (Couldn't help it; My Tennesseee heritage slips out every once in a while :)

Thanks for spreading the word!

Debi said...

No apologies for your TN heritage!
Sounds like a good story!

Eileen Rife said...

Haha! Yep, love those hills and the billies. :)

Eileen Rife said...

Come on down, Debi! You've won the Kindle copy of Second Chance! Please email me your contact info and I'll get a copy to you.

eileenrife@yahoo.com