Lost trust is hard to recapture in this second chance contemporary romance where trust means everything. We don’t always know what we are missing in our lives until it turns up on our doorstep unannounced and unexpected and gives us a second chance at love.
Martina Sampson was shocked when millionaire playboy, Nicolas Bonterre, tracked her down after several years apart and is back in her life. Nicolas is claiming his young son and heir to the Bonterre empire and wants Martina as part of the package. But having lost her head and heart to him before, and paid the price for his mistrust, she has vowed never to forgive him.
A disarmingly honest and arrogant man, Nicolas admits that the split was of his own making and he is hell bent on getting Martina’s forgiveness. All Martina wants is for him to focus on his son and even agrees to a marriage of convenience. Can Nicolas win back his woman’s heart and make a united home for his son before it’s too late? The sparks are still there, but Nicolas knows it takes more than this fiery attraction to make a life with his former lover. He wants a second chance at love.
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About the Author

Suzette Belmont is a realist and an optimist. Her love for reading crosses many genres, but she has a yearning for happy endings. Growing up in the tropical paradise of the Caribbean she always had her nose in a book earning her father’s comment that his electricity bill always went up when she was at home and in later years she received a badge from her younger sister that stated “I read pass my bedtime”. Writing fiction has been a lifelong personal passion. Her world of work has allowed her to travel around the globe and having lived in six different countries across North America and Europe gives her lots of material as backdrops for her stories. Her first works published were in academia so Suzette Belmont is her nom de plume for fiction. She loves writing contemporary romance about love, second chances, family building and shared values. She sees beyond the surface to the connections that we make in life and some of the seemingly small things that bind us together.

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