One Chance (Part 1)

One Chance (Part 1)

by T. Renee Fike, Kari Ayasha

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Overview

Haley and Kenzie are identical twins, unfortunately for Haley; she’s always in Kenzie’s shadow, until they head to different colleges. Haley decides to show people who she is and be who she wants to be, not to mention go after the boy she’s always wanted, Liam, who grew up across the street.
Liam Masters, the football God known to many. He’s cocky, stubborn, and gorgeous. Liam always gets what he wants, but when he finds out the girl he’s know forever uses him, he loses it, deciding to cause havoc to her life.
Quinn, Haley’s best friend and roommate at college has seen and heard everything. What she didn’t expect was for Liam to actually show he cares. Can Quinn help Haley find herself and her true love? All it takes is one chance.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149683987
Publisher: T. Renee Fike
Publication date: 07/21/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 632,774
File size: 468 KB

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One Chance (Part 1) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this story til the very end. The cliffhanger ending makes you want to start book 2 immediately. At times it's so intense It had me doubting whether or not Liam and Haley would every make it together. I highly recommend this book to everyone.
Crazyfourbooks More than 1 year ago
It was engaging, frustrating, heart warming. dramatic, and emotional. I liked it a lot. It is hard for me to describe. Some parts seem almost teen-like but there are some situations that would not really be appropriate for them. It starts when Haley and her twin Kenzie are fourteen. Haley is best friends with Brody and has a crush on his brother Liam. Actually both girls do. I don't want to tell you what happens so let me just say that I despise Kenzie. She is obnoxious, self centered, cruel, self serving and has no consideration for anyone else's feelings or well being. This is evident from the get go and though it appears to lesson part way through, it never goes away. By the end of the book, you will hate her too. Haley on the other hand, I really like. I can't help but feel bad for her to a point for having to deal with her witch of a twin. She makes an awesome decision though and goes off to college away from her sister and Brody. She becomes fast friends with her roommate Quinn. Quinn is a terrific character. The two of them are great together. :-) She becomes more adventurous and outgoing while at college. Again, I won't spill the beans but she does something that is surprising and that ends up causing some turmoil. College is great until she makes enemies out of the barbie and Ken team which happens to include Brody's brother Liam. When things get completely out of hand, Haley ends up in danger. There are lots of twists and turns, back stabbing, plotting, secrets, lies, drinking, school work (they are in college), love, lust, hazing, friendship, and football. As I said in the beginning, some of the things and behaviors of the characters in this book are quite juvenile. I also found myself getting whiplash once or twice with how quickly certain characters (I won't mention any names) change their mind or feelings. Liam was a hard character for me to swallow. On one hand he seems like the model guy on the other he seems like an immature, arrogant a**. The jury is still out on whether or not I actually like him or not. As of right now, I'm not a fan. Overall, I did really like it. There is something about T Renee Fike's writing style that draws me in and keeps me begging for more. This first book in this new series and her other books have had the same effect on me. I have to tell you that it ends in a cliffhanger. The good news is that the next book is due out in August. :-) We don't have long to wait. Thank God! I would recommend this and her other books because they are really that good and have characters that will keep you on your toes. I received an ecopy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion. It was engaging, frustrating, heart warming. dramatic, and emotional. I liked it a lot.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's been a little while since I've read an angsty fresh out of high school type of book. All I can say is wow I need to get back into them.  Haley and Kenzie are twins that are polar opposites. Haley the quiet innocent one and Kenzie is the outgoing crazy one.  I really enjoyed Haley because she reminds me of myself at her age. She is different, understanding, and wanting to be noticed by a special guy.  Kenzie well my feelings for her change a bit throughout the story. Let's just say I loved to hate loving her character.  I liked Brody because he is such a sweetie to Haley and then with Kenzie. He's a great best friend, boyfriend and brother.  Liam, well he can be such a jerk but then such an awesome guy. He is sexy, loving, caring and he has his goals set. He really had me up and down throughout the book. One minute I was swooning the next I wanted strangle him. UGH  This is such a great story. There are all kinds of surprises, twists and turns that you don't know how to feel at the end. But I can tell you this I CAN NOT WAIT TIL AUG FOR NEXT ONE!!!! Five huge stars have been granted :)