On the evening of her high school prom, and the day before her family move her permanently back to London, Alice’s boyfriend, Toby, breaks her heart so badly, she doesn’t think she’ll ever be able to fix it again.
Eighteen years later, working as a waitress and struggling as a writer, Alice feels like she’s going nowhere. She can’t find a man; no matter how hard she looks, her debut novel isn’t selling, and she can’t find any inspiration to write another.
When debonair billionaire, Devizes Carter, walks unexpectedly into her life, she finally feels like all of her problems might have been solved in one fell swoop.
Not only is he charming, rich and incredibly good in bed, he also promises to give Alice’s books the attention they deserve.
Is Devizes just too good to be true, or is Alice unable to accept that finally things might be going her way?
If Devizes isn’t enough of a surprise already for Alice, things get even more complicated, when Toby shows up unannounced, with a revelation that will blow her mind.
It’s been eighteen years since she last saw him, and despite having her heart broken all that time ago, not a day has gone by that she hasn’t wondered what became of her first true love.
Can she give the man she used to call ‘the one’ another chance to come back into her life, or is it time to bury the past, nail down the lid, and finally move on?
‘Two Chances At Love’ is both a drama and a comedy, but first and foremost, it’s a love story.
It’s a book about secrets and lies, about the blurring lines between fantasy and fiction, and, most importantly, about how true love has a way of always finding you, regardless of how lost you think you might be.