- Title: Second Chance Friends: A novel
- Author: Jennifer Scott
- Genre: Contemporary Fiction
- Published: May 5, 2015 – NAL Accent
- Source: Publisher
My take: On an early September morning four women witness or are part of a terrible traffic accident. That experience brings together the women whose paths otherwise would not have crossed.
Each woman is living her own personal drama that is close to boiling over. When they are drawn back to the diner near the scene of the crash they form an unusual friendship that will become stronger with each meeting. Each will feel support from the others and ultimately learn the meaning of true friendship.
I enjoyed Jennifer Scott’s story even when I was frustrated with one or two of the characters’ actions. Each time that happened Scott managed to bring me back to the supportive friends theme which I really liked. I appreciated the epilogue that answered all of my questions and wrapped the novel up perfectly. Recommended to fans of the author and novels about women’s friendship.
11 thoughts on “Second Chance Friends by Jennifer Scott”
This one sounds like a good summer read. That’s usually the time that I’m in the mood for a women’s friendship novel. Sometimes, they are quite satisfying.
Oh, now I am curious! I have been noticing this one, so I’m glad you enjoyed it. Great review!
I enjoyed this book too.
Nice review, Mary.
Thanks for sharing. I have reviewed it on my blog too.
I do enjoy stories about women’s friendships so I look forward to this book.
Oooo I want to know what they witnessed.
Oh I am going to be putting this one on my tbr list.. Sounds like a great read. Thanks for brining it to my attention.
I’m a little hesitant about this because a couple of the characters did sound like they would annoy be but it does sound like a good read and it sounds like you enjoyed it. This sounds like it’d be a really nice summer read!
It sounds like real life..almost!
Looks like a great summer read!
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I do enjoy women’s friendship stories, this might be a good library borrow.
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