Life and Love in Alaska, Volume 6. Please note each story of this series is a short story.
Contemporary second chance romance, Ace knew it was her at first glance. Dressed in jeans and a neon yellow safety vest, the woman holding the traffic control sign was the grown-up version of the girl who ran out on him years ago. The stop sign in her hand said it all; stop thinking about her and forget her name.
Adele wanted another chance with the man. Would he even listen to her? Every time he sat in the line of cars she held in place waiting to use the one lane, she wanted to walk up to his truck. But how could she? Adele ran out on him.
Reviewed in the United States on July 31, 2016Format: Kindle EditionVerified PurchaseI don’t have a lot of free time, so I love short stories. I also have little patience for purple prose and cannot read some romance author’s works, but I love Cherime MacFarlane’s short romance stories. The last one I read revolved around a white kitten, this one is about a second chance at love. Both were charming, feel good, and easy to read stories.
What made both of these short works of fiction, by this author, totally memorable for me, is that each helped me to discover more about the state, Alaska.
Traffic Control (Life and Love in Alaska Book 6) was an entirely enjoyable reading experience that I highly recommend to short story lovers. It satisfied all my reading requirements, my thirst to learn new things, a feel good ending, an easy read.