Second Chance Boyfriend (One Week Girlfriend #2) by Monica MurphySecond Chance Boyfriend by Monica Murphy
Published April 2013
Series: One Week Girlfriend #2
Genres: New Adult
Format: eBook
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Lost. That one single word best describes my life at this very moment. I lost the last games of the season and both my team and my coach blame me. I lost the last two months because I drowned in my own despair like a complete loser. And I lost the only girl who ever mattered because I was afraid being with me would destroy her.

But now I realize how truly lost I am without her. She has become my story…and even though she acts like she’s moved on, I know she still thinks about me just as much as I think about her. She’s beautiful, sweet—and so damn vulnerable, all I want to do is help her. Be there for her. Love her…

If only I could convince Fable to give me a second chance. Then I wouldn’t feel so lost anymore, and neither would she. We could be found together. Forever.

Second Chance Boyfriend is the sequel to One Week Girlfriend, and takes off exactly where we are left hanging in Part 1. Quick reminder of the first book: Drew hires Fable to act as his girlfriend for a week in order to upset his parents. However, during this week, the two of them fall in love and at the end of it, Drew leaves Fable.

However, Drew doesn’t leave it at that and realises his mistake. He does all he can to win Fable back, and they somehow try to work it out. But Drew’s secret comes back to haunt both him and Fable, and from then on the book becomes a lot more interesting, with a twist of suspense!

I loved the fact that this book was written from a dual point of view, and the storytelling was quite sweet, and very New Adult. I also liked the fact that the characters were a little more mature than in Part 1, and that the book is quite more revealing and that it brought along a few more side-characters, which I will be happy to read about next!

Detailed Rating
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All the feels
4 Stars
Overall: four-stars