Second Opportunities

The second chance

Secon Opportunities, Glasgow, Great Britain. Latest tweets from Second Opportunities (@Second_Opps). Homepage / Archives of Paradise / Second possibilities. Here's the first truth about second chances: Reality of second chances depends pretty much on you.

Second Opportunities (#1) by Judith McNaught

Coporate rider Matthew Farrell was a long way from the penniless, dirty child of Indiana's ironworks. Far away from the countryside where he had ventured to fell in love with a pretty blond called Meredith Bancroft, and knew a lifelong fervor and treachery that he still remembered.....

Now, global supremacists wooed him, the masses watching his every move, and he was willing to invade the realm of Bancroft. Meredith had once resisted her dad for the sexual magnetism of intensive Matt Farrell - and her short, unhappy wedding was the devastating result.

Now that the Bancroft company is under threat of a take-over, Meredith is compelled to face Matt.

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