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Havenport #3.5

Rediscovering Us

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Josh and Maggie both want a second chance at their marriage. Will one magical Christmas in Havenport be enough to mend their hearts?

Josh took his family for granted and lost the love of his life along the way. Now he’s pulling out all the stops for a second chance with his wife.

Exhausted and heartbroken, Maggie agrees to a last-minute weekend away in the mountains. After getting snowed in, the sparks fly as their emotional walls begin to crumble.

Can they rekindle their fire and rediscover the love between them?

Author’s Note: Rediscovering Us is a standalone, Christmas-themed, marriage in crisis, small town novella featuring a sassy heroine and a lovable nice guy hero. May contain adult language, snowstorm sexy times, lots of holiday cheer and a heartwarming HEA.

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Published November 18, 2021

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Daphne Elliot

17 books373 followers
In High School, Daphne Elliot was voted “most likely to become a romance novelist.” After spending the last decade as a corporate lawyer, she has finally embraced her destiny. Her small town steamy novels are filled with flirty banter, sexy hijinks, and lots and lots of heart.

Daphne is a coffee-drinking, hot-sauce loving introvert who spends all her free time in her garden. She lives on a small farm in New England with her husband, two kids, two dogs, twelve backyard chickens and a hive of Italian honeybees.





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351 reviews161 followers
November 4, 2021
"Because we're not perfect but we've done a damn good job."
Rediscovering Us by Daphne Elliot is a second chance Christmas novella. The kicker is that it's not a second chance between two people who've been together in the past, and have just found each other again. Maggie and Josh are still married, but separated, and this is the story of how they get back to each other.

"She did everything and was everything."
Maggie felt real to me. Her doubts and insecurities, her dreams, and her struggles seem like the ones of any woman out there. She put herself and what she wanted on the back burner for Josh and the kids, but he didn't do the same for her. And so they crashed and burned.

"I could stare at his ass if I wanted to. It wasn’t against the law. I married that ass. I put a ring on it."
Josh knows he messed up in the past, but he's owning up to it. He put his job and making money ahead of his family and his wife, and he only realized it once it was over. As the old folks say, sometimes you don't know what you got till it's gone. But he's fighting to get back what he lost, and I really liked him.

"But this is you and me, Maggie - we are epic. Always have been. And I will never stop fighting for us."
From the start of the story, it's clear to see they love each other. It's just like that, sometimes it just doesn't work out. It's not that the feeling isn't there, it's just that they let life get away from them and their priorities became screwed.
They both know it. They harbor resentment for what happened and what could have been, but they also have so many great memories together. What they need is to realize fighting for what they have really is worth it.

"I don't want anyone else, Maggie. I only want you."
The title is really spot on. Josh and Maggie need to rediscover themselves, so that they can figure out who they are together.

If you're looking for a second-chance holiday novella with a touch of forced proximity and a whole lot of love, Rediscovering Us is for you.
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1,805 reviews458 followers
November 14, 2021
I loved this refreshing take on second chances by Daphne Elliot.

In romance novels, more often than not, we get the HEA right after a couple has found each other for the first time. Even most second chance romances feature couples that were too young or circumstances didn’t allow them to be together, but they don’t include their own marriage and family as part of their troubles.

The reality though (sparking as someone who’s been married for over 2 decades) is that most couples face exactly the problems Josh and Maggie encountered after several years of being together.

Josh and Maggie had been married with children and seemingly happy for a while. Until Josh’s devotion to his work and Maggie’s lack a communication on this broke them. This the story of how they rediscovered each other.

I loved both Josh and Maggie, they felt real and relatable. I loved how devoted Josh was to make them work and understood Maggie’s hesitation.

Through this holiday novella, the author shows us how the couple work through their problems while giving us glimpses of how they originally fell in love. We also get to meet the couple’s awesome friends and experience the wonder of the festive season in a small town.

Who says you need a full length novel to get all the feels? I loved this feel good, quick read and can’t wait to read more of the Havenport series.

Rediscovering Us is novella #3.5 from the Havenport series by author Daphne Elliot. It is a standalone novella told from both points of view with a happy ending. Subgenres: small town romance| holiday romance | second chance | forced proximity

♕ I was given an ARC of this book courtesy of the author. The excerpts are from that copy. I am voluntarily reviewing this title. ♕

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361 reviews79 followers
November 20, 2021
❄️Second Change
❄️Marriage in Crisis
❄️Interracial Couple
❄️Swoony Moments

This is my first book by Daphne Elliot and it won’t be my last! She’s very descriptive with her writing and it helps visualize and see the bigger picture of what’s happening.

So this is my first Daphne book, but it’s also my first time reading this trope, and I’ve always wanted to. The authors who wrote this book, I personally think did a fantastic job at it. She portrayed it in a realistic light! She showed the struggles and the process to get back to where they used to be.

This is the story of Maggie and Josh. Overtime they have drifted apart. There is a little resentment but Josh is insistent on fixing the mistakes he’s made.

"But this is you and me, Maggie - we are epic. Always have been. And I will never stop fighting for us."

I liked that the author showed the couple for to therapy, as I’ve said it made the process of them getting back together more authentic. You find out things from their past along the way of the story, and by hearing those things you see what made them fall in love in the first place.

Josh is totally swoony, he’s taken ownership of his mistakes, he’s a sweet man who will do anything for his family. Maggie I loved but in the beginning I did struggle with her a bit because I felt like she didn’t take some of the ownership for the failing relationship. I felt like as time went on I understood her more and I ended up loving her. She really sacrificed a lot for her family.

I loved seeing these two come together, and how perfect they were for eachother. This was a sweet Christmas novella, with some steamy moments! It was a great change of pace from my typical reads. I even found myself falling in love with some side characters… *cough* Nora and Lucas *cough*. I loved the world this author created and I will have to go back and meet some of the other characters within it. I defiantly recommend this story.
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4,042 reviews445 followers
December 5, 2021
3 ⭐⭐⭐ - OK decent reads
I didn’t lose myself overnight. It was a gradual process that took years.

It was one of things that I fell in love with. He paid attention. Or at least he used to.

He never thought to stop and take photos—it was very un-Josh. He always had places to go and things to accomplish.

“So you miss your family.” “I do. But I see them all the time. The irony is that I spend more time with them now than I did when I lived in the house with them. And the more time I spend with them, the more I realize how much I’ve missed.”

“So you feel guilty?” he asked. “It’s more than guilt. It’s just sadness. I fucked everything up.”

We didn’t do date nights or go out with friends. He occasionally played basketball on Sunday mornings, which is where he met Lucas, but even that had faded in recent years.

He was away for days at a time, sleeping at the hospital and coming home only to take a shower and turn around again.

Moira Cunningham slither up to him at the bar like a fucking snake.

But right now her hand was on my husband’s arm. And she was tossing her hair and giggling. That bitch. I was going to kill her dead.

I despised Moira Cunningham. I had despised Moira since she tortured me in high school, and even more so since she had flirted with Josh last week at the Whale.

“I vote jump his bones,” Nora said, refilling her coffee. “It’s been what, a year?” I looked at my feet. While most of my friends were totally comfortable discussing their sex lives, it mortified me. “More like two,” I said in a whisper. “What?” Cece said, with a look of concern.

“It’s been almost two years since I’ve been able to worship your incredible body. I am going to take my time and savor every inch of you.” He resumed kissing my neck, traveling slowly to my collarbone.

“We can create the kind of marriage we want, if we talk to each other and figure our shit out. Because you are the love of my life, Maggie. And there is nothing I wouldn’t do for you.”

She giggled. “Remember the night we lost our virginity to each other?” “How could I forget one of the most incredible nights of my life?”

My obsession with perfection and conflict avoidance had widened the rift between us. Josh had taken responsibility, he was doing the work. It was time for me to do the same. I had to forgive myself.
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838 reviews34 followers
January 26, 2023
Rediscovering us is book 3.5 in the Havenport series. It's a short, holiday based novella. Super easy to stay engaged and get through with it being only 140 pages and straight to the point.

We meet our MCs Maggie and Josh. Their marriage is in crisis, but Josh really wants to fix the issues and make it work. I think it's amazing that the author accurately portrayed marriage issues, the therapy process, etc. In a lot of books, it's like their issues get magically fixed overnight, and obviously thats not realistic.

I loved Josh as a character. A man that admits his flaws, accepts blame for his part of issues, and is communicating!? amazing.

great character developement all around.

I loved this series all together.
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768 reviews140 followers
December 7, 2021
𝗥𝗲𝗱𝗶𝘀𝗰𝗼𝘃𝗲𝗿𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗨𝘀 is a sweet second chance romance by new to me author, Daphne Elliot. It can be read as a complete standalone and is also part of the interconnected 𝗛𝗮𝘃𝗲𝗻𝗽𝗼𝗿𝘁 𝗦𝗲𝗿𝗶𝗲𝘀.

𝗧𝗿𝗼𝗽𝗲𝘀: forced proximity, second chance, marriage in crisis small town holiday novella.

Rediscovering Us follows Josh and Maggie who are separated but working towards rebuilding their marriage. Maggie is fed up with her husband’s workaholic ways and doesn’t feel that she was ever put first. Josh wants a second chance and does anything to fight for this wife and kids. He also takes the time to reflect on what he wants to find out what his passions are, rather than always working to be financially secure.

Josh is trying his best to prove to Maggie he’s changed. The couple decides to take a weekend trip to the mountains at a gorgeous log mansion and get snowed in.

This was a short but sweet and entertaining story. I was interested in the secondary characters as well as would read another book by this author. We actually got a little sneak peak of the next couple and I am absolutely interested it.

I am so grateful to have received an ARC and am leaving my review voluntarily.
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Author 28 books2,797 followers
December 29, 2022
Loved it! Short but so emotional and hot. Now I need to read the rest of the series!
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627 reviews52 followers
November 18, 2021
“A Goddess, The Mother of My Children, My Wife”
We have Maggie and Josh's story.
Struggling with their marriage, Maggie's has had enough with Josh taking her for granted.
Josh tries to rekindle their relationship, and get their marriage back on track with a romantic weekend away.
Can they rekindle their love for each other?
Such a sweet little novella, I love Daphnes writing and as usual she's aced it with this.
If you like contemporary romance, this is for you.
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Author 3 books157 followers
October 21, 2021
Can I just say how refreshing it is to me when the MCs are already in a relationship and need to find their way back to each other? This, to me, is THE holiday read of 2021. It has everything I love - angst, a penitent hero, a happily ever after - and allllll of the feels.
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2,027 reviews220 followers
May 5, 2022
Heroine was annoying

The heroine annoyed me to no end. She was a 'Debbie Downer'! I mean the man has done everything you asked him too Plus more and you still can't decide if you want him back? I could understand if he had cheated, but he was just a workaholic who liked making money. Too much so but he changed. He accepted responsibility for his actions and was eager to grovel. I just think she should have caved earlier and not keep bringing up things in the past. I just laughed to myself because I've been married 44 years and on so that all the time. Okay I'll cut her some slack. Plus the ending was perfect. This is a novella and very short but it was okay. Free in KU
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212 reviews41 followers
October 22, 2021
“ “Well, darling, we’ve already tried yelling, so maybe it’s time to try fucking.”

I love this book. There needs to be more romance stories of a marriage in crisis and how they have a second chance at rekindling things.

If you’ve read all the Havenport books, you know Maggie. She’s Cece’s sister.

Maggie and Josh have been separated for a year. He’s determined to win his wife back.

Josh wins me and Maggie over, he meant it when he said he won’t give up!

If you’re looking for a steamy, heartfelt, holiday read. This is the book for you.
November 19, 2021
4.25 Stars!

Having jumped into the Havenport world recently i've been looking so forward to picking up more of Ms.Elliot's work! So as soon as this novella was announced i couldn't wait to pick it up! I got into this story right from the get go! I really enjoyed it!

Maggie and Josh's journey pulled me in! I really appreciated the realness shown throughout by these two characters and getting to dig deeper with them. I loved how i felt many things from beginning to end with these two! Their journey was a breath of fresh air for me!

With Rediscovering Us, Ms.Elliot has created a great read that will get you right in the heart with feels! The holidays have always been a great reminder to me of what's important and I so loved how this story showed that with this couple. If you haven't checked out this author before, definitely pick this story up this Christmas!

*I volunteered to read and review a copy of this book from the author*
228 reviews4 followers
November 18, 2021
I absolutely loved this story. Here's why...it's different. Yes it's a Christmas romance novella, but it's so much more. This story gives hope to a married couple seeking a second chance at what they used to have. This story has so much realness to it. It's not just a fairytale. Josh and Maggie were together young and grew together as a couple. They did the whole thing, marriage and kids. But somewhere along the line, they grew apart as other things became more important than the love they shared or the family they had. This story shows what a little hard work and dedication can do. Marriage is sometimes hard as society puts pressures upon love. Rediscovering Us shines a light in the darkness of that pressure. I love Josh's willingness to do whatever he could to rectify the situation once he knew he messed up. I also love that Maggie was strong for herself and for her kids. This second chance Christmas novella is brilliant and you should definitely read it!
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Author 23 books63 followers
November 18, 2021
This was the perfect short read for the holidays! It's about an estranged couple reigniting their passion for one another during the Christmas holiday season. So well written and poignant, I enjoyed it so much! A must read for any Havenport junkie! I loved the glimpses of all the other characters in this book as well. It's a sweet story with lots of steam!
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Author 10 books272 followers
November 18, 2021
I packed my bags and went to Havenport for Christmas and discovered this wonderfully complex and woven tale of a marriage being brought back to life. Rediscovering Us is a novella but you get so much more as you dive into the complexities of marriage and two people trying to get back to what they once had and it's not an easy fix. I loved the quick wit of 'the coven', the swoon worthy moments as Josh tries to win his wife, Maggie, back, the steamy snowed in cabin scene and the sweetness of Christmas all mixed together in this wonderful novella. I read this in one sitting and enjoyed every minute of it.
I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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151 reviews20 followers
November 15, 2021

I didn’t expect your words to sneak up on me. There was so much of Maggie I related to. The way she feels, the way she can’t communicate because her walls are built high. There is a lot to be said about a woman that went through what she did, to feel ignored, avoided, and to give love a second chance. Her scattered pieces of not recognizing herself, still I have the lump in my throat thinking about her. I applaud her. 👏🏻

This is a story about a married couple finding their way back to one another. They take time away and end up in cabin for a bit longer than planned, due to a blizzard.

Josh, you earned it baby! You earned your way back and it was so damn beautiful. I believed him!! I felt him in my gut!! (And other places or maybe I wish lol) That his actions supported his words. I think the most vulnerable and life changing decision for him was when he forgives himself. That he can look back and know he messed up, but he can still make the now and the future right. I applaud him. 👏🏻

They both had to give themselves grace and one another. Combine that with the Christmas season, friends, a cabin, their children. Well it made me want to grab somebody by the fire ;) and drink hot coco after. ;) 🥵

“We’ve already tried yelling, so maybe it’s time to try fucking.” 💦(ho ho ho!)🥵

It’s real and hopeful, its a second chance that is so deserving that they won’t waste another minute without one another.

I applaud you, Daphne Elliot for writing a married couple who are working their way back to their HEA.
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235 reviews5 followers
November 19, 2021
Maggie and Josh have done the spinning hamster wheel of life -working their a**es off whilst raising two children, studying, becoming slaves to everything else, and forgetting what really is important. Rediscovering Us really made me stop and think about why we get caught up in it all - I feel many a reader will relate to the story and it’s themes.

The reader joins our couple a year after their separation. The day they split was a sobering reality check for Josh -he loves Maggie, and realises all too late he needs to pull his big boy pants up and make huge changes. He’s neglected what’s important at the expense of growing his career. Maggie’s got caught up in rescuing - until her marriage is a barren wasteland. Despite everything all is not lost- these two still have major attraction and chemistry. Can they rediscover what they initially had- and create a future together?

Set in the backdrop of the charming small town of Havenport with its equally delightful characters. We are drawn into the festivities of the build up to holidays. Christmas novels put a smile on this readers face the tradition, the celebrating, I do enjoy the craziness of it all.

Rediscovering Us will appeal to lovers of second chance romance- a lovely standalone Christmas themed story to read now in the build up to the festive season or tuck away to read when you’re on holiday.

4 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

ARC provided-thoughts and opinions are my own
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66 reviews4 followers
November 18, 2021
Wow...this novella may have only been 122 pages long but it packed one hell of a punch. What a little gem of a read. This second chance, small town festive romance really stole my heart
Maggie and Josh are married but separated and the journey they went on to find their way back to each other was perfect
As a mother myself, Maggie felt more than real to me. The doubts, the insecurities, her dreams and struggles will be relatable to many women out there. She has put herself and her dreams to one side to focus on raising her family while Josh blazed his way to the top of his game as a surgeon
Josh knew he'd messed up, always putting money and his career before his wife and children but his determination to prove himself to Maggie and fight hard for them was perfect, I couldn't help but love him
It was clear from the start that these two loved each other. They were both guilty of letting life get in the way, priorities became blurred and they both knew it. Both of them harbour resentment for the place they now find themselves in but they both realise they need to fight for what they have and what they could go back to being - and oh how they fought
If you're looking for a short small town, festive, second chance romance with a touch of forced proximity and a dash of spice then this could be for you
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276 reviews4 followers
November 18, 2021
On my very first trip to Havenport, I was treated to the most wonderfully heartfelt second chance story....

Separated, Josh and Maggie have let the magic in their decade long marriage slip away. While the love remains, both have lost themselves in the craziness of work, parenthood, and the stress of everyday life. With Christmas slowly approaching, can these two find their second chance at happiness and Rediscover the fire and passion they had for each other once again....

I absolutely LOVED this story! It was completely refreshing and utterly RELATABLE! So many times while reading this, I found myself thinking of my own marriage and the things I refuse to let slip away as well. I loved the journey Daphne took me on as Josh and Maggie Rediscovered the magic that made them such an incredible couple in the first place...

The fun and quirky citizens of Havenport were such a wonderful complement to this story. They made me want to pack my bags and become a permanent resident! Is the coven accepting applications because I want to be a member of this AWESOME girl gang!

This is the perfect heartwarming holiday read that's wrapped up with a beautiful bow! Get this one on your TBR NOW! Your going to LOVE IT 😘❤

*I was generously given an ARC copy of this book for an honest review *
79 reviews3 followers
November 18, 2021
Rediscovering Us is the story of Maggie and Josh, a couple who have been married for many years, both working in the medical field, with two children, who have lost their way together. They separated a year before the book begins, and Maggie is devastated.

After some time apart, Josh has come to realize how much he still loves and misses Maggie. He has also realized how much of their life together he had missed out on as a couple, as a father, and as a family. He knew what he needed to fix and has decided to pull out all the stops to get his wife back, forever.

It is so refreshing to read a story about a couple who simply lost sight of who they were as a couple, to realize the gravity of their situation, to see them taking actions to work through their issues and decide if they can forgive one another for prior hurt and slights, and if it is worth their effort to fight their way back to their love.

Despite this story being novella length, Daphne Elliot has packed as much emotion and intensity as is usually found in a full length novel. Applause to Ms. Elliot! The Havenport Series is a must read for those who love mature characters in a small town setting.
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215 reviews16 followers
November 15, 2021
4.5 Stars!

POV: Dual (1st person)

Tropes: Second chance, Novella

Triggers: None

Likes: This book is full of heartfelt Christmas-y goodness! You really do get the feeling that it is the last chance saloon for Josh & Maggie, and can't help but pray they let each other back into their hearts again. I loved how much Josh fought to show Maggie how much he'd changed, and that she really was more important than a fancy career.

Dislikes: It was quite a slow burn, but I could see why Maggie would be so guarded with her heart and so reluctant to let Josh again.

Overview: Daphne’s Havenport series is incredible and this novella is a great festive addition! You can’t help but root for Josh and Maggie to get their forever happily ever after. As I parent I know all too well about the stresses of balancing that work/family life and it was great to see Josh finally see the light and change his obsessively career driven ways. Full of heart-felt moments, and plenty of steam (these two definitely never lost any chemistry!).
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1,654 reviews30 followers
November 22, 2021
4 stars

An slowburn second chance romance about a couple... a married couple that is looking to solve their problems and perhaps find love with each other again.
This was beautiful.
It's weird I enjoy romances with married couples but this one was done beautifully.
I adored Josh. He was the perfect guy... now. A few years ago he was trash but he saw and recognized his flaws and changed and we love a self aware king in this house!
Mags... Maggie.. Margaret... dear God she has to be a Margaret to be so stubborn sometimes and trust me I know because I'm a Maggie too and we can be stupid and stubborn sometimes. Thank God Maggie had amazing caring people around her that made her see what was in front of her.
This was fantastic not only because of the romance and the steam (seriously steam was 🔥🔥🔥) but also because we got to see an actual couple therapist doing their work and helping! It was great and I love that it was included.
The pacing I wished it was a bit faster to be honest but somehow I really enjoyed it.
Overall this was a cute and beautifully written romance.

Now I'll have to wait till March for Nora's book 😭

*Thank you to the author for the chance to read this book in exchange for an honest review*
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20 reviews13 followers
November 22, 2021
I want to start off by saying a big thanks to Daphne for giving a me a chance to read this amazing book.

This is my first Daphne book but definitely not my last! I never had read a holiday novella, let alone a second chance at marriage book so a lot of firsts for me. And i absolutely love her writing!

This is the story of a couple struggling trough marriage while having two kids and going to therapy to fix everything.
I don’t know if I should say this but I was totally head over heels in love with Josh throughout the whole book and i know he made his mistakes but the way he was really trying to fix his relationship with Maggie and win her over ugh he’s just the sweetest man ever. However I wasn’t really liking Maggie that much, she was not taking responsibility of what she had done to destroy the marriage as well but i guess overtime she just got her way into my heart.

Overall it was such a good book and such a good way to show how important communication is in relationships, romantic or not, and i really recommend you go and take some time to read Rediscovering Us. 🤍
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1,359 reviews53 followers
November 17, 2021
Rediscovering is a second chance romance, about a married couple whose relationship is on the rocks.

Josh and Maggie had what looked like a seemingly happy marriage. Unfortunately, between Josh’s inability to see anything but work and Maggie’s lack of communication, their marriage took a nose dive. After being separated for a year, Josh is determined to win his wife back.

Can they rediscover who they are, in order to rekindle what they have?

This book is a journey of healing, love, pushing past insecurities, and family. If you’re looking for a great holiday novella that will give you all the feels, then Rediscovering Us by Daphne Elliot is for you.
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Author 10 books354 followers
December 13, 2021
I really enjoyed this read. It's an interesting take on the second chance trope, which usually features a story about "the one that got away" but this is a second chance to fix a troubled marriage. Maggie and Josh still love each other so much, but life sometimes gets in the way. Can they put their relationship first, and save this great thing they could have together?
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Author 8 books741 followers
December 21, 2021
What a beautiful second chance romance novella by Daphne Elliot. Josh works so hard to prove to Maggie that he’s not the same man he was a couple of years ago. I totally understood Maggie’s hesitation and loved her character. She’s had to take on everything almost as a single mother for the past few years and I could empathize with her exhaustion. Loved this short and sweet read.
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173 reviews13 followers
December 23, 2022
This was not your light and fluffy holiday Hallmark read. This won't be for everyone. As a 34 year old who's been married for 12 years with two kids as well I LOVED this. It was emotional, relatable, sweet, Swoony and funny.
There were some heavy moments but I love how it all came together.
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