Monday 16 December 2013

Review: Second Chance Boyfriend (One Week Girlfriend Quartet #2) by Monica Murphy

Title: Second Chance Boyfriend
Author: Monica Murphy
Pages: 284
Publisher: Bantam
Release Date: November 5th 2013 (January 1st 2013)
Series: O
ne Week Girlfriend Quartet #2
Where I Got It: Barnes and Noble

Synopsis: From breakout New Adult author Monica Murphy comes the exhilarating conclusion to Drew and Fable’s story—the star-crossed young romance that began in One Week Girlfriend.
 Lost. Everything in my life can be summed up by that one sickening word. My football coach blames me for our season-ending losses. So does the rest of the team. I wasted two whole months drowning in my own despair, like a complete loser. And I lost my girlfriend—Fable Maguire, the only girl who ever mattered—because I was afraid that being with me would only hurt her. But now I realize that I’m the one who’s truly lost without her. And even though she acts like she’s moved on and everything’s fine, I know she still thinks about me just as much as I think about her. I know her too well. She’s so damn vulnerable, all I want to do is be there to help her . . . to hold her . . . to love her. I just need her to give me one more chance. We may be lost without each other, but together, we’re destined to find a love that lasts forever.

Monica Murphy
Click to SaveMonica Murphy is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the One Week Girlfriend series. She writes new adult and contemporary romance for Bantam and Avon. She also writes romance as Karen Erickson. A native Californian, she lives in the foothills below Yosemite.


I read this on December 16th 2013.

Drew + Fable are definitely something to be jealous of. I wish I could find my own Drew!
I loved this second installment of the Drew + Fable series. I know that the next one, Three Broken Promises is about Colin and Jen so I am kind of sorry to say goodbye to Drew and Fable but excited to read about the new couple.
In the second one to the Drew + Fable series, we see Drew + Fable at a new angle. At the end of the book, we see them seven months later. I loved that! It was interesting to see a new angle and to see them grow older.I can't wait to read the next installment, Three Broken Promises along with the new novella, Forever Drew and Fable and finally the one Four Years Later, Owen's book. I am so excited for his book, because he is just so cute and I know I'm gonna love him.Second Chance Boyfriend was funny and sarcastic and made me feel many emotions that I usually don't feel toward a book. Such as:

I yelled, cried, screamed, and loved with the characters.I recommend this series to readers who love contemporary romance, but can stand a few annoying characters.
Grades: 11 and up
Ages: 16 and up

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