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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Review: Seat 2A - Dela



Seat 2A

Review: Seat 2A - Dela - March 2017


What if coincidences were fate and destiny at play? What if it was trying to tell you something, but you missed all the signs? Would you hold on to the "one-day" thought or would you just let that moment pass you by and in the future view it as a missed opportunity - the one that got away? Jessie had her friend's wedding planned and was going to attend it with her boyfriend, that was until she caught him cheating just before the flight was to depart. Now prepared for an empty seat next to her, Jessie is going to wallow. However someone has other plans - Kendall on a whim watches Jessie and wants to know her, so he takes Seat 2A. One thing leads to another, and they end up in the same destination. Over the next few days, they catch up and spend an amazing time together. It's like the stars are trying to tell them that they belong together. However, their romance was to be over before it even started as tragedy tears them apart. Years pass and the two go their separate ways and have their lives, and then their paths cross in the supermarket of all places. Is this a second chance at romance tale? The thing is though that Jessie has a boyfriend already . The rest of the novel has moments in time passing and the pair always seem to cross paths until eventually Jessie decides to give it a go - but she is about to discover that the guy she fell in love with in Whistler those many years ago isn't the Kendall of today. The tragedy changed him and the parts she loved, can Jessie remind Kendall of the one she fell for or is Seat 2A a story of destiny and fate playing jokes ?  I loved this book as I have a thing for second chance romances and stories where past loved ones cross paths and re-ignite their romance as my own relationship took a similar route.




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