Second Chance At Love: Destiny's Chance by Cara Bristol

This month I am featuring books that need a Second Chance At Love, good books that just never found the love they deserve. Today's offering...


Destiny’s Chance by Cara Bristol

Destiny’s Chance never had a chance. Forces conspired against it. Just about everything that could have gone wrong with this book did: it went through several exhaustive rewrites with my publisher, Loose Id didn’t like the title and we went round and round on that, the cover came late (only got it the night before the release) and the book was published the same month as two 
other books of mine, so I couldn’t devote as much time to promotion as it deserved.

Published in May 2013, Destiny’s Chance tanked. Even though it contains spanking, even spanking fiction fans ignored it. I don’t think it ever ranked better than 50,000 on Amazon or earned more than a few hundred dollars the first year of its release.

But I think it offers something unique story wise. It’s about finding and achieving your dream when everything conspires against you. Ironic, huh?

Destiny’s Chance blurb

Destiny Grable can’t help that she's fallen in love Chance Everett, her best friend's boyfriend, but she's never, ever acted on her feelings -- until she and Zoe are in a car accident, Zoe is killed, and Destiny is reincarnated in her body. She never wished for something like this to happen, but perhaps now she’ll be free to love Chance the way she always wanted to.

Chance might have had pursued Destiny, but he has a kinky side and she was a nice girl. But now she’s dead, and the accident has forced him to take in his ex-girlfriend. As soon as she recovers and moves out, he’ll get on with his life.

Can two star-crossed lovers ever find happiness?

Comments

  1. Destiny's Chance was a book that I really enjoyed. I was surprised it didn't get more attention than it did.

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  2. I remember this but I also haven't read it. It appeals to me, the blurb I mean, but somehow it got lost in the shuffle. I think what it is is that there are so many spanking books right now. I am revisiting... Thanks for the post.

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    1. There are a lot of spanking books. It's overwhelming sometimes. I try to support as many authors as I can, but they're publishing faster than I can read.

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    2. So true about the number of books out there being hard to keep up with. There have also been several times that I go through my kindle and realize I bought a book (or two) that I never got around to reading.

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  3. Very interesting premise Cara. I love the sound of this.

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. Thanks, Roz! Destiny is a little different from all the other spanking books, including the ones I've written.

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  4. This has been on my Nook for a while. Ugh, like you said, lost in the shuffle.
    moving this up, so I don't lose it again.
    :)

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    1. That's a long time. :-) It came out in May 2013.

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  5. I bought it last year but haven't read it yet however you might consider re-releasing it, I'm sure it would do well as you are more well-known.

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    1. Loose Id still has the rights to Destiny's Chance. I can't re-release until the rights revert back to me in 2016.

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