Second Chances

‘Two girls, both looking for a Christian marriage … one with a secret, the other with her eyes on the wrong man.’ 

Even as a child, Rachel had her whole life mapped out – study teaching, marry the perfect guy, have some kids and be a stay at home mum. With two different guys after her attention, Rachel must make a choice – will she choose rebellious single dad Nate or sensible youth leader Steven?

Meanwhile, Hannah is on top of the world, engaged to be married to the love of her life, until a chance encounter with someone from her past threatens to take away her happiness. Will her relationship survive when the secret she has been keeping for so many years is uncovered?

As these best friends lean on God and each other through different trials, they both experience God’s forgiveness and his provision of second chances.

Parents, please note that this book contains themes that may not be suitable for younger teens. If you are in doubt, please read it yourself first.

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Trust Me Twice

5 thoughts on “Second Chances

  1. This book is beautifully written! I just finished reading it and I read it in a sitting..I couldn’t get away from it. Although fiction, it has so many instances I, and anybody else, can identify with. Indeed we serve a God of second (and endless) chances. Thank you for reminding me.
    God bless you. 🙂

    • Hi Claudia, I’m so glad you enjoyed it – I had great fun writing it. Trust Me Twice is the next book in the Oakley series. While it focuses on Hannah’s sister, Alana, you’ll get to find out what happens with Rachel and Steven. You’ll find out about Erin and Nate in my third book, Double Pursuit, due out this year.

  2. I enjoyed reading Second Chances. It’s good to be reminded how God gives us the opportunity to trust Him to work things out in our lives. And who doesn’t love good endings!

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