No Second Chances

  • by Marissa Farrar
  • Narrated by Julia Farmer
  • 7 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When I was 17 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.
No Second Chances is a stand-alone, second chance, contemporary romance. It is a full length novel with no cliff-hanger!


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At the age of 17, Gabi Weston, the female lead, left her life without looking back.

Ten years have the past and she is back home where she runs into of Cole, the one

who broke her heart.

The author did well with creating well developed likable characters and believable conflict.

The story is told with a dual point of view which is always a great way to connect with

the characters.

The book is an overall Good Read.

Julia Farmer did well with the narration.

"This audio book was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review."

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- jean doe

Beautiful story... Perfect Narration

What made the experience of listening to No Second Chances the most enjoyable?

Julia Farmer`s performance did, she has the most beautiful story telling voice.

What other book might you compare No Second Chances to and why?

Not sure, and really I try to enjoy every new book/story for what it is in that moment. I very rarely compare books, that is unless they are very similar. This wasn't, it was unique and very enjoyable.

What about Julia Farmer’s performance did you like?

Everything, her female voice`s young and old all fantastic, her male voice was also brilliant. I think Julia is one of the very few narrators that can pull that off seamlessly, I was listening and never once thought twice about what could have been done better.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Yes a few, but the one that comes to mind is when Gabi and Cole see each other for the very first time after 10yrs

Any additional comments?

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- Maria

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-15-2016
  • Publisher: Marissa Farrar