Another Chance – Peter's Story
In the exciting conclusion to the SECOND CHANCES trilogy. Peter Campbell blesses the marriage of Lindsay Talbot and James Cochran even as he grieves for the relationship he and Lindsay once had. They are his friends and his link to the man he used to be—before Yemeni terrorists destroyed his life.
Broken in both mind and body, Peter retreats to a farm in western Ireland far away from the dangerous world he used to embrace, but he can’t travel far enough to escape the debilitating anxiety attacks and horrific nightmares.
As Peter focuses on the renovation of an old Irish farmhouse and begins the delicate task of rebuilding his life, he becomes entangled in the complicated and secretive lives of his neighbors—a precocious six-year-old boy and his mother.
When Maggie Davis finally reveals the truth about her past and the danger she and her son face, Peter is in too deep to walk away. To save Maggie and her son Peter must build a bridge to his own past and tear down the wall he’s built around his heart. He's a broken man incapable of love -- or is he?
About Rita M Boehm (The Villages, Florida Author)
Rita M. Boehm was born and raised in New York on the south shore of eastern Long Island and became a voracious reader at a young age. After too many years facing a daily, mind-numbing commute on the Long Island Expressway, a career move provided an opportunity for Rita and her husband to live in Colorado and explore the Rocky Mountain west. With another career move in 2000, she traded sunny skies and mountain vistas for suburban Maryland, just a few miles from one of her favorite places, Washington D.C. Retirement in 2014 allowed Rita the opportunity to reawaken the creative muse left slumbering for all too many years of poring over legal documents. She published her first book, Second Chances, a few months later.
In 2016 Rita moved from Maryland to central Florida with her husband, their lovable orange-tabby cat, and her dressage horse.
Rita is currently President of the Writers League of The Villages, an active writers group that is also responsible for running the highly successful Central Florida Book & Author Expo. Her short story "The Picnic", the basis for Rita's latest novel "Missing on Maple Street", was judged a finalist in the 2017 Royal Palms Literary Award Contest sponsored by the Florida Writers Association.
Her latest book, Bluebirds in the Garden, allowed Rita to combine her love of photography, nature, and writing to create a children's picture book with a simple story about the bluebirds who chose her garden as the place to raise a family.
When she isn't working on her latest novel, or curling up to read a good book, Rita enjoys photography, gardening, and most especially, riding her horse, Kosi.