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Unexpected Chances (Chances #1) by A.M.…

Unexpected Chances (Chances #1)

by A.M. Willard

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There is just something about a story that has two strong characters with past secrets and enough angst when it comes to love, it just captivates the reader and takes them on an exhilarating roller coaster ride, for me that book is Unexpected Chances.

Author A.M. Willard weaves an amazing fast paced tale with a wonderful mixture of romance and suspense that follows the love story of Tabitha Michaelson and Carter Northwood. The reader can't help but get drawn into their story and empathize with the emotional angst that Tabitha and Carter share. As their unrequited love causes issues of trust, misunderstandings, and hurtles to clear; past secrets come to the surface with enough intriguing twists and turns that will provide a frenzy of suspense, the reader will experience a full gamut of emotions that will leave them spent, but alas ... Tabitha and Carter's story has a cliff hanger ending that will leave the reader wanting more!

Unexpected Chances is the first book in The Chances Series. Tabitha and Carter's story continues in Unexpected Changes, the second book in the series.

Disclaimer: I received a copy of the book from the author / publisher in exchange for my honest review and participation in a virtual book tour event hosted by Chick Lit Plus Blog Tours.

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  JerseyGirlBookReview | Jun 29, 2015 |
Tabitha is the executive assistant for her best friend in a company they started after college; Tabitha manages the office stuff while Angela handles the customers. Of course sometimes she ends up taking video calls for new clients-which is where Carter comes in. Tabitha is patiently waiting for a run of the mill video call with a new client, trying to recover from a long night out before and Carter catches her on video with her eyes closed, almost as if she was sleeping on the job! This is seriously the best meet cue! I love how he simply watches her until she finally realizes he is there; it sets the dynamics for their relationship from the start. Tabitha is constantly doing slightly ditsy things and Carter seems to be the audience for all of them! It’s hard not to laugh at some of the fun that is had in this story!
Carter has built his business up from the ground and is determined to succeed on his own. Unfortunately due to a forced marriage to a terrible woman whose father has power and money, Carter is finding himself and anyone that comes into his life in danger. His wife is determined to control his life and Carter tries but fails to protect Tabitha from it. This twist adds a bit of mystery and danger to the story making it an intense read.
Carter and Tabitha’s story is fantastic read; this book is the first in the series and the cliff hanger at the end leaves you looking forward to what happens next!
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  Terry_Mitchell | Feb 20, 2015 |
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