REVIEW: At Home in Last Chance by Cathleen Armstrong


Kaitlyn Reed and Steven Braden and battle old habits and past “expectations” while they try to build mature adulthoods in Last Chance.  Kaitlyn is in town to reestablish a relationship with her 7-year old daughter whom she abandoned to her brother months ago.  Steven is back in town and has let his brother and family down by closing the bar that was left to him to run.  No one expects much of these two, based on their past histories.  They know they are disastrous together, too, as both have baggage and things to overcome.  However, who better can understand you than someone who has walked in your shoes?

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