A Second Chance

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iUniverse, Dec 1, 2003 - Fiction - 176 pages
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A second chance is a rarity in this world. Opportunities present themselves and are acted upon, and there's seldom a chance to rectify a wrong, especially a big one. If only we could start over, go back in time, amend a previous misjudgment.

If we are ever fortunate enough to get another circumstance to make things right, it's extremely important that the correct decisions be made, the right action be taken. One has to be careful that when life offers a reprieve, one does not repeat the failure. But sometimes too much caution can bring unwelcome results.

Korban and Lou Ellen, both middle age, were starting over. Each was recently divorced and extremely bitter about a previous marriage. Each was determined to make it work this time. What they didn't know when they moved into their house in bucolic Marley Township was that they would be responsible for something even more important than a second union. Little did they know how important their actions would be to the outcome of something greater than they could have imagined.

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Baran recieved his bachelor's degree from Indiana University and has been a teacher for over 28 years. Mr. Baran now teaches English at a small business school in Lancaster, Pennsylvania where he lives.

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