When I was seventeen years old, I was told to stay away from Cole Devonport. Kids like him only ever meant trouble. I should have listened, but I didn't, and surprise, surprise, I was the one who got hurt. But escaping Cole didn't mean the end of my pain. Life has a way of screwing me over, and after joining the Army as a way of forgetting him, I suffered a loss I'll never recover from.
So now here I am, back in the town I ran away from, with my alcoholic father apparently looking after me.
The last thing I need is Cole showing up on my doorstep because nothing has changed-with his prison tattoos and don't-screw-with-me edge, Cole Devonport still means trouble...
I let everyone down all those years ago. I made mistakes and I'm not proud of them, but I've done my time and now I just want to keep my head down and get on with my life. I thought I was doing exactly that until I heard Gabriella Weston was back in town.
Despite what she thought, I was always in love with her. She might hate me, but whether she knows it or not, she also needs me.
I want to make it up to her, but with my past still trying to pull me down, perhaps it would be best if I just stayed the hell away like she keeps telling me to. Problem is, I can't seem to resist her, and I'm the type of guy who always gets what he wants...
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The author of more than twenty novels, she has been a full time author for the last six years. She predominantly writes paranormal romance and urban fantasy, but has branched into contemporary fiction as well.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I have read a few books by this author, but No Second Chances is definitely my favourite so far. I liked the main characters, especially Gabi, who felt very real. Cole won me over when he took Gabi on the perfect first date. Marissa Farrar is great at creating interesting characters and believable relationships. No Second Chances is a romance with rough edges. Things certainly aren’t smooth sailing, and there are plenty of physical and emotional challenges thrown into the storyline too. This book focusses on the impact serious physical injury and guilt has on the main characters and their lives. I was completely absorbed by this story. I didn’t want it to end, and actually really missed being a part of it for a couple of days afterwards. I would like to thank the author for a copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review.
I love sitting and reading a book in two sittings - which is exactly what I did with No Second Chances. Ten years ago Gabi Weston left her life without looking back - she felt abandoned by her boyfriend, her father, her friends. Ten years later she is back after a life altering incident. The last thing she needs is Cole Devonport. Cole Devonport spent his life in Foster homes - aged 17 he finds the love he thought would never be, Gabi Weston. Life was great then it wasn't. The story is told through now and then chapters and alternative POV's which I loved. We get to see how their life together started and how it ripped them apart. I had only read the authors Erotic suspense Monster Trilogy before this and didn't know what to expect from this contemporary NA romance. What I got was solid standalone, a great read, a fab story. ARC kindly provided by the author.