Second Chances – Midwest Book Review

The Midwest Book Review calls Second Chances ‘an enticing read’:

“With adulthood on the horizon, many teenaged women embrace the coming changes in their own ways. “Second Chances” is a coming of age drama, telling the story of Darlene as she faces a summer with her corruptive cousin Elizabeth, as they face the chaotic times of 1971 cottage country America. Eluded by her own dreams, Darlene will learn much in the days. “Second Chances” is an enticing read for general fiction for both young adults, and those who remember that tumultuous period in their lives.”

October 2012 http://www.midwestbookreview.com/mbw/oct_12.htm

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