Second Chances for the Lifeboat Sisters

Tilly Tennant

In the tiny village of Port Promise, where the wind tangles your hair and the cobbled streets twist down to the honeycomb beaches, Clara Morrow is planning her wedding.

After a whirlwind romance, Clara is excitedly planning her wedding to her handsome fiancé Logan in the picture-perfect Cornish village of Port Promise, with her mother and three sisters at her side.

She will never forget the day when she first caught sight of artist Logan, the sea-mist curling the ends of his dark hair, as he strode across the gorse-covered cliffs near the village. She feels so lucky that Logan seems happy to make her home his own, painting on the windswept Cornish beaches and calling in for lunch at the fish shack where she works with her best friend.

But when Logan inherits a beautiful house in London and reveals that he wants them to build a life there, it’s a huge shock for Clara. She knows it could be an amazing new start, but when she thinks about leaving her family behind, her heart aches.

Suddenly it seems like she and Logan have very different dreams. Can they find a way back to their happy ever after or will the mismatched lives they want threaten everything they have built together?

A beautiful heartbreaking read about love, life and starting again, Second Chances for the Lifeboat Sisters will whisk you away to a place where you can watch the sun set and feel the sand beneath your toes. Perfect for fans of Jessica Redland, Jo Bartlett and Nicola May.

What everyone is saying about Second Chances for The Lifeboat Sisters:

I was hooked… I can’t wait for the next instalment of the Lifeboat Sisters and would recommend this as a feel-good summer read.’ Goodreads reviewer

A beautiful, heartbreaking read about love, life and starting again. It is a well written novel, with punchy dialogue that rings true, and the descriptive writing brings the scenes to life. A book that stands out from the crowd.’ Goodreads reviewer

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