SECOND CHANCE VOW by M. Robinson ~ Release Blitz

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Release Date: November 16

From Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling Author M. Robinson comes a second chance romance.

 

From the moment I laid eyes on her, Kinley was mine. 


At fifteen years old I was determined to make it happen, but we were on and off for years until I got it right between us and finally made her my wife.

 

We were supposed to be forever. 

 

So in love. 

So devoted.

So consumed with each other. 

But somewhere along the way we lost sight of that love.

 

Ten years later and that love became anger. That devotion began to crumble, and we were consumed with resentment of life not working out the way we had planned. 

 

We meant it when we vowed for better or for worse…

 

So why the hell were we signing divorce papers?


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Meet M. Robinson

M. Robinson is the Wall Street Journal & USA Today Bestselling Author crowned as the “Queen of Angst” by readers around the world. 

Dive into her visionary world that will take you on a rollercoaster ride of emotions and leave you wanting more. 

She writes everything from contemporary to suspense romance and is best known for her novel, El Diablo.

When M isn’t in the cave writing her next epic love story, you will find her shopping and living on a boat in Florida with her real life pirate, her lobster, her husband Bossman. Sipping on Starbucks and hanging out with their two dogs, a German shepherd mix and a gordito Wheaten Terrier reading a good book. Or spending time with her family, who she is extremely close with.

Above all, M loves her readers more than anything and loves to connect with them! She is on all social media platforms but you will find her in her happy place the most. Her VIP Reader Group on Facebook or her second favorite happy place, Instagram.

Connect with M. Robinson
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As the daughter of an alcoholic mother, I have to say what a fantastic job Robinson did portraying the roller coaster of emotions, the fear, the uncertainty, and so many more. It is the foundation of who you are, but it is shaky, and all you can do is hope you make it through intact.

Kinley had already been through a lot when she was placed with her aunt in sixth grade, and while it was a better situation, she still didn’t get the unconditional love that every child deserves. She had spent her entire life building a steel wall around her heart, and all she knew about love was disappointment. In spite of all that she was incredible, she was sweet, clever, and sassy at times.

Christian was swooning in the midst of pain and alpha; he was living out his nightmare, and it seemed that no matter how hard he resisted, he was on his way to a shattered soul rather than a broken heart.

Christian’s rage and bewilderment were evident, but the bond he shared with Kinley shone through on every page, bringing with it a barrage of emotions as these characters battled their past and present while their future may very well be imploding before their eyes.

Kinley and Christian were faced with so much, and I felt this story could very well be about real people. The raw gritty emotions that they felt, and the ups and downs they faced were situations that any of us could face.

Second Chance Vow was so much more than a rekindled romance. A seductive mix of scorching chemistry, a swoony alpha hero, a broken but remarkably strong heroine, raw heartbreaking angst, forgiveness and healing, love, so much love, and steam.

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