When Lena rekindles a friendship with a former flame during her favorite season, it leads to a healing revelation for them both.
It was supposed to be one coffee. That’s what you do when you’re a divorced mom and decide to message an old college fling. Except Reid is now the professor that college students say is irresistible, and he just happens to live in the town I am moving to (found out after the fact, I swear!). I tell myself it doesn’t matter, that I locked up and buried my feelings for Reid long ago. So, it only makes sense to catch up over pumpkin-spiced lattes, and by the time the barista kicks us out at closing, we realize we could both use a friend right now—each other.
The spark between us should have been my warning.
Our encounters remind me of a different time, and the attraction between us lingers in the air. It doesn’t take long before the dear professor is skipping grading papers in favor of having me in his bed. But I have reasons to guard my heart, and for once I’m the one in control of our dynamic. And somewhere during the changing season, we ponder the idea that maybe, in life, we are meant to fall in love twice…
Fall Twice is a complete standalone second-chance novella that celebrates the season of change, Autumn. It will give you all the feels with a dose of steam. Ideal for lovers of pumpkins, single-parent romance, and sexy professors.