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Second Chances Are The Best
Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2020
This book # 2 in the “Pure Talent Series” and Elle has done a great job and I am waiting patiently for book # 3.
We met publicist Skye Palmer in “The Way Hold Me” cousin of Xavier who both work for Xavier’s father Jax who is CEO of one of the best talent agencies in the country Pure Talent. Garrett Steele is a crisis attorney manager. He and Skye were once lovers and Skye baled on him because of some personal issues but Skye and Garrett never seem to forget each other even though Skye was once about to be married to Broderick Hill whom she caught cheating on her. Skye and Garret broke up 10 years ago and the flames are still hot as ever.
Skye’s business life was so well put together, but her personal love was not so. She was over thinking many things about Garrett. Skye decides to see a therapist after her best friend Zara Reid who is married to her cousin Xavier suggest she talk about what she’s going thru.
Skye’s overthinking started when her mom’s husband wanted to adopt her. As a child she struggled with never knowing her biological father. When her mom married Jax’s brother; he adopts her and asks if is she wants take his last name and she replied no she didn’t want to lose her identity to her dad.
Skye feels she always makes the wrong decisions from not taking her adoptive father’s last name to not wanting to design clothes like her mom, breaking up with Garrett and falling for a guy who hurt and embarrassed her by having an affair on her.
Skye is representing Paige Mills world renowned actress and Garrett is represent Paige’s director husband Julius who has had numerous affairs and produced several children, etc and the list goes on.
Garrett has a little sister that he has been taken care since his parents died and has done an excellent job. His little sister Max is very comfortable talking to her older brother Garrett about anything. They have a very close knitted relationship him more of a father to her than a brother.
I received an ARC of this book via Netgalley, and my review is voluntary.