Title: The Final Play
Author: Liz Lovelock
Genre: Second Chance Romance/ Friends to Lovers – Sweet Contemporary Romance
Release Date: February 14, 2019
Cover Designer: Ben from Be Designs
He’s the best man.
I’m the maid of honor.
What could go wrong?
Spencer Cook is the love of my life and my ex-best friend. Three years ago, I let him walk away without telling him how I truly felt. Since then, it’s been radio silence between us. That doesn’t mean I forgot about him though. How could I?
Now he’s back, and my feelings for him haven’t changed. I still want him.
Could this be our second chance at love?

“Heart-warming and leaves you with that warm fuzzy feeling.”

“A second chance novella that had me smiling bright and feeling all the emotions.”

“Spencer and April are everything and this second chance love story is perfect for a quick Valentine’s Day read.”

Liz is from bright, sunny, Queensland in Australia. She is a mother of three little monsters, a wife to an amazing husband and an avid reader. Liz always loved books from a very young age, when she began reading Garfield comic books. Then in high school, her passion grew when she was given Tomorrow When The War Began by John Marsden for an assignment, from that she continued to find new gems. Liz always has a book and notebook beside her bed for when inspiration hits at those crazy hours.

She is a stationery and chocolate addict and has a one-click addition. Liz has heaps of new book ideas for the future and looks forward to sharing those ideas with you, her readers.

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Spencer and April were best friends in high school but when Spencer dreams of playing football meant that he was leaving town. April let him leave without telling him she loved him and they haven’t been in contact since.

Three years later he is back in town for the wedding of their friends where he is the best man and April is the maid of honor. Will this be their second chance or are the misunderstandings of the past too much to overcome?

Hot and heartwarming this story packs quite a storyline in its shorter length.

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