Friday, July 14, 2023

Release Day: Dial S for Second Chances

 Release Day: Dial S for Second Chances

I had a GREAT time researching and writing this story. Why? Because my husband and I were high school sweethearts. Because we broke up several times, giving us several "second chances," the couple in the story graduated the year before we did (I like round numbers, so this is their 45th high school reunion), and I got to relive the 1970s.

I've been listening to 70s music since, well, the 70s, but dug even deeper, and it was fun to stumble on some of the one-hit wonders that haven't been heard in a while. I remembered many of the events of the time, but I was a self-absorbed teenager during that decade so there were a few I didn't know about.  The movies were fun to reminisce about because most involved being on dates. With one exception: Dad and I attended the premiere of Star Wars in 1977, standing in line with dozens of other people (sweet memory).

So if you'd like a blast from the past, grab your copy of Dial S for Second Chances

Here's the blurb:

Can years of hurt and misunderstanding be transformed into a second chance at love?

Jade Williams agrees to be on the high school reunion committee because the-one-that-got-away is out of the country and won’t be home in time to attend the festivities. Now, he’s not only home, but joined the committee. Is it too late to back out or can she set aside forty-five years of regret and pretend she isn’t to blame for her broken heart?

One of the downsides of being rich means fielding requests for money and favors. But when an old high school buddy contacts Derek Milligan to be on the reunion committee as just one of the gang, no strings attached, he can’t resist. At the first meeting, he’s dismayed to find himself sitting next to his former high school sweetheart. He should be angry. Instead, he’s attracted. Can he risk his heart a second time?

Reunion festivities include calling into to WDES’s program No Errin’ for Love with fake relationship problems. When both use their real situation, the stakes are raised higher than either imagined.

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