Book Review: No Second Chances by Marissa Farrar
Sometimes a decade can change people
No Second Chances by Marissa Farrar
I’ve been reading reading quite a few novels by Marissa Farrar lately, and they all kept me turning the page to find out more. No Second Chances is an intriguing view into the life of someone with a disability. It sheds new light on what it is like, and demonstrates that love can happen to anyone, no matter what the circumstances.
It’s also an inspiring story of just how your life can turn around, and sometimes … you do get a second chance. The trick is in recognising that we have been given a precious opportunity and grasp it firmly. Cole and Gabi are no different, and they have some issues to work out.
The main characters are particularly likeable, and pleasantly developed. Perhaps the male lead is a little too perfect, but that is the stuff of romance novels. Sometimes a decade can change a couple, and prepare them for what lies ahead, but will it be enough?
If you enjoy romance, and one or two unexpected twists on the road to love, grab No Second Chances. It’s a great summer read.
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