Audiobook Review: A Ring, a Dance, a Second Chance by Jonell Kirby Cashcategories: Audiobook, Romance for Seniors, 60 Plus Romance, 2nd Chance Marriage, Senior Romance, 2nd Marriage, Romance
Jonell Kirby Cashabout this audiobook: Jonell Kirby Cash's love story picks up Katie and Taylor's romance right where it left off: in their senior year of high school. However, Katie isn't the same girl Taylor remembers. As a widow she values her independence, living alone, and making new friends--and when Taylor calls Katie, she is on the threshold of exploring herself in the larger world. Taylor, ever the old-fashioned man, is surprised by the new, vibrant Katie.
The two must learn how to rid themselves of their old memories and expectations and learn to accept the 50 years of change that has taken place. A Ring, a Dance, a Second Chance is a novel about love--at any age.
What the Critics Say
"Jonell Kirby Cash writes with great feeling and insight into family relationships in her debut novel, A Ring, a Dance, a Second Chance. Readers, especially those who are wondering if marriage after 60 can be a part of their future, will identify with and root for Cash's Katie and will come away with a positive belief in love at any age." (Donny Bailey Seagraves, author of Gone from These Woods)
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Second Chance Marriage At An Older AgeI read the book reviews prior to ordering the Audiobook and I was not disappointed. The narrator and reader held my attention while I listened on my IPad. As being older, I was able to identify with Taylor and Katie's newly found romance after both had lost their spouses. The book reminded me of my parents and friends who were looking for love and security after the death of spouses. I would highly recommend this Audiobook. [by Bob]
Video 1: A Ring A Dance A Second Chance - Jonell Kirby Cash - Author Introduction
Video 2: A Ring A Dance A Second Chance - Book Trailer
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