The Second Chance Cafe (Hope Springs, #1) Read Online Free - Kaylie Flynn was luckier than most children left to the Texas foster care system, blessed with a foster mother who taught her the comfort of home…and the healing power of baking the perfect brownie.
Now, Kaylie has journeyed back to Hope Springs to open a café in the charming Victorian she once shared with her foster family — and to finally find answers about her past and where she came from.
Yet Kaylie’s carefully laid plans quickly become complicated. The house needs far more work than she realized, and Tennessee Keller, the carpenter Kaylie hires, stirs up feelings she hasn’t felt in a long while. When an unexpected crisis threatens to unravel her dreams, Kaylie seems to have all the ingredients for a perfect disaster — or quite possibly the perfect love.
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December 27, 2013
I had read this author's Dalton Gang series, liked it so wanted to check out this one. This one is different from the Dalton Gang, those were light, sexy, fun reads, while this one was more melancholy, where characters take a second look at their life and what and where they are. It is due to tha...
February 19, 2013
★★★☆ 3.5 Stars
Growing up in foster care has made Kaylie self reliant to the extreme. She returns to Hope Springs... to the only place she has ever called home, a large three storey Victorian which she plans on turning into a café. She immediately sets about renovating the house with the help of...
February 27, 2014
What can I say except that I was bored throughout the entire novel. I'm surprised I even finished it. I guess I was holding out for something major to happen. I don't know, something, anything major. Instead I got a novel that was predictable and mundane. The novel had elements of romance and sus...
March 12, 2013
I've literally started this post about half a dozen times now. I don't know how else to start it other than saying this book is beautiful. And, there are brownies...lots and lots of brownies!
The Second Chance Cafe is about Kaylie Flynn, who has recently returned to Hope Springs, the town she spen...
November 09, 2014
I'm having a hard time deciding what to write about this book. I was all set to Love this book....the storyline sounded like one I would really enjoy; fixing up an old house, hooking up with the carpenter, cooking-brownies, what is there not to like? For some reason, this book just fell short for...
February 06, 2018
Romanzo rosa leggero, molto leggero. Che poi la storia in realtà c’è, i personaggi pure ma la scrittura io l’ho trovata noiosa, noiosa forte. Sono arrivata finalmente a pensare “ora succederà qualcosa” che ero al 98%. Anche l’accendersi della passione, L’ innamoramento tra Kaylie e Ten è stato po...
March 14, 2013
I was not prepared for such a delightful and heartwarming story as the one Alison Kent has written. The Second Chance Café had me hooked from page one and hope to read many other books by her.
This book introduces, Kaylie, a foster child who has spent most of her life in foster care. After going f...
June 04, 2017
I've had this book for a while and am so glad I finally read (listened to) it. The female lead is a baker who has bought the house she grew up in as a foster child to turn it into a cafe. The male lead is the contractor she hires to renovate the house. Each has guilt and tragedy in their pasts an...
February 16, 2013
As a child, Kaylie Flynn moved from place to place in the Texas foster care system, finally finding a stable "home" with a foster family in Hope Springs. Her kind foster mother, May Wise, taught Kaylie about life and instilled in her a love of cooking and baking. When Kaylie turned eighteen and w...
February 07, 2017
Kaylie ha 28 anni, dopo la morte dei suoi genitori affidatari ha deciso di comprare la casa dove è cresciuta con loro e di trasformarla in un caffè.
Dopo anni di case precarie, e un'infanzia difficile, questa bellissima abitazione di Hope Springs è l'unico posto in cui Kaylie si sia mai sentita am...