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Second Chance by [Sinclair, Allyson]
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Anabella Stewart had the perfect marriage, children and a husband who loved her unconditionally or so she thought. She'd built her life around them for ten years until she was blindsided with the truth of who her husband really was, and everything she held dear and believed in evaporated in an instant.

Anabella's heart filled with darkness and the only glimmer of light is the love she holds for her two young daughters. She’s content in her 'no-one can hurt me life', it’s controlled, she isolates herself, studies, goes to work and just keeps breathing.

A freak accident helps Anabella find her way out of the darkness when she meets Nikolas Turner. After the death of his parents he has a decision to make; return home to England or take over the reins of the family company.

As fate, would have it Anabella crashes into Nikolas' life. She’s everything he thought he didn’t want from a relationship; a single mother who’d depend on him for comfort and support he didn’t know he could give. Being with her means not only loving her but also becoming a father figure to her children.
When life offers you a second chance, even when you don’t think you need one, you hold on tight with everything you have.

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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa683463c) out of 5 stars 19 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa68421f8) out of 5 stars An OK read and good effort for debut novel Sept. 6 2015
By BethyMac76 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
The stunning cover of this book was the first thing that caught my eye enough to make me want to read the synopsis , and after reading it, I was hooked. This one sounded full of heartbreak but it was also sounded to be of one of receiving a second chance at finding the one true love. Although the synopsis did intrigue me enough to want to read, I also found it was a bit long and gave me too much info of what the book was about. When I know too much going in I tend to already go in with a perceived concept of what to expect and after getting into this book, it didn’t really match up with what I expected and I think that played a part in my rating of this book.

Anabella was happy, she had been married for ten years with two young girls when it all ended and she swore to live her life alone and not open her heart up to another heartbreak, she couldn’t survive it a second time. That is until she meets Nikolas, a wealthy business man that after their first accidental meeting, he is taken with her. Anabella immediately feels the connection they share but tries to fight for the well being of her heart but Nikolas’ persistence wears her down but can she truly trust her heart to another man?

I was instantly pulled into this book and enjoyed the author’s writing style along with the premise of the book but had a few issues with the book. First there were inconsistencies and for me, which are complete turn offs, they were distracting and pulled me away from the storyline. Second I had a really hard time connecting with both characters. I liked Nikolas but for me he felt a bit like a stalker when it came to Anabella, it felt a bit creepy which I just couldn’t get past it and warm up to him. Anabella’s character felt underdeveloped for me. I understood her pain and heartbreak but she really got on my nerves at times with her and the constantly running away from Nikolas or any type of real connection, it just seemed to add unnecessary drama again and again every time she did it. Also she was a single mom, but when her girls were away with their father for a long vacation, it really bothered me that there was no mention of them, it was like she just turned Mom off, there was no calling them, missing them, the story became all about her and Nikolas and their drama filled relationship. Last, I just didn’t feel any real connection between Anabella and Nikolas, yes there was chemistry and attraction but for me it never felt there was more between them than just that and for me, things turned very insta-love early on in their relationship, which is another huge turn off for me.

Overall, it was an okay read and a really good effort for a debut novel by this author. I really wanted to love this book and it did start out that way but I think going into the story with a preconceived concept that I formed from reading such a long and detailed synopsis and the actual book not being what I thought it would be, it affected my overall feeling towards the book. This is why I truly believe when it comes to a book’s synopsis, “LESS IS MORE”, going into a book with very little information, so little you are going in blind truly makes the experience of reading a book so much more enjoyable.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa684224c) out of 5 stars Great book, by debut author.... Aug. 24 2015
By Kaylene Osborn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Second Chance is the debut novel by Allyson Sinclair and follows the life of Anabella Stewart and her second chance at love.

Anabella is a heroine who's had a terrible past relationship and is just moving through life day by day with her two children. When Anabella learned the truth regarding her husband, she was completely devastated, she tried to stay strong but guarded.

Anabella has two beautiful girls and they light up her life with the love she needs to get through her days. She meets a gorgeous Doctor, Ben and life takes a bit of a turn for her. She forms a beautiful friendship with Ben and that friendship is there for her through thick and thin.

A serious car accident finds her involved with Nikolas Turner, a wealthy CEO, who turns her world upside down. Nikolas finds Anabella irresistible and romance ensues. This is a story of second chances and a love that when you think you're closed off to everything life can offer, along comes a man that literally sweeps you off your feet.

I really enjoyed this story and found it hard to put down. Congratulations Allyson Sinclair on a great debut novel. I give this five well-deserved stars.
HASH(0xa6842528) out of 5 stars It was okay April 12 2016
By Iza Loves Books - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This book is a hard one to review. Grammatically it's good but the story itself had me enjoying some of it and hating other parts of it. The story sounded okay, Annabella Stewart, the name alone makes me think mash up of Twilight versus Fifty Shades of Grey has been left devastated after her marriage falls apart after 10 years and she never saw it coming. She's alone with her two daughters and slowly getting herself back on her feet, getting a degree so she can have a better life and then she gets glimpses of some mystery man.
I thought okay, this is him but then another man kind of distracts her and I think okay, this must be the one and it all seems to be going fine, then nope, he's not it.
As a character Annabella drove me insane. I get it, her marriage messed her head up badly but seriously, pushing away every man who shows any interest in her isn't fair. When she finally gets to actually speak to Nikolas, I have to say, he's hot. Rich, hot and a really nice person, too good to be honest, for Annabella. Every time she thought he was being unfaithful or did anything that roused her suspicions, she was pushing him away. There was so much hot and cold from her I was getting whiplash. Okay, yes, something happened that could potentially test a relationship but she was too much the, shoot first then ask questions type. I found her to be an incredibly childish woman and if I'd been Nikolas, I'd have run, not walked to the nearest exit. He didn't deserve her behaviour and I don't care how damaged she claimed to be, it was harsh and at times cruel and again, really immature behaviour on her part.
It just went back and forth like that for too much of the book and I finally started skimming so I could get to the end of it. I also couldn't help but notice that there were shades of some other well known books mixed up in this one too. Still, despite all that, it really wasn't a bad book. I loved Nikolas, he was so easy to love, really. It was Annabella herself that spoilt this book for me. She was far, far too immature for me and poor Nikolas was more patient with her than she deserved.
HASH(0xa6842420) out of 5 stars Great read Aug. 26 2015
By Book lover - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Got given this book for honest review.

Wow what an amazing read. Love, betrayal, heartache and friendships made.

Trust doesn't come easy to those that have been hurt in the past and when you have two girls you want to protect them as well. Anabella Stewart knows first hand knows how it feels after being with her husband for years, he left her broken hearted and only her two daughters and hot chocolate {nice to see a female in a story no all wired up to coffee} get her through the days. Until one day a freak accident that leaves her in hospital and under the care of Ben Wilson a young yummy doctor who gets her pulse racing (he runs topless as well). But Anabella does what she does best and closes herself off to Ben, but she later realises that she just wants his friendship.

After going clubbing with her friends she meets Mr Eclipse who says he is sorry and leaves, she thinks nothing more of him until she gets summoned to Scream Productions as the owner wishes to see her. It's only then he reveals himself and what he knows about her accident, sparks fly between them but Anabella puts up her walls but Nik doesn't give up on her and he soon gets to her, but with her trust gone in men and her confidence of her body after having two kids she can't understand why he would want to be with her, but Nik is keeping a secret from Anabella and he is not sure how to tell her but when you are the owner of Scream Productions you are news worthy.

There is a twist to the story I never saw coming and it was more of a wtf moment and had to go back and re read a part and still would never have guessed.

But well done Allyson Sinclair on a what is going to be a great book, have recommended it to a lot of my friends and family already, couldn't put it down and the one more chapter then I'll stop just never came until I finished it. If I could give more than 5* I would.
HASH(0xa6842a5c) out of 5 stars This book is a good first effort by a debut author April 3 2016
By Heather - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This book is a good first effort by a debut author. Unfortunately, it failed to grab my interest and I had a hard time relating to the characters. When I first started reading I wondered what was going on as Ben did not sound like the description of the main male character in the book. Once Nikolas was introduced, I wondered what the author was trying to convey with the initial events with Ben. It seemed superfluous and unnecessary to me, but I am sure there was some intent behind the interest the two of them had in each other. I just failed to grasp what that was.

At times the pacing was slow, and other times it felt to me like too many things were going on for me to have an understanding of where the book was going. In order for me to really enjoy a book, there needs to be a seamless transition from one event to another, and I found many of the scenes to be choppy and occasionally awkward. Additionally, there are some grammar and punctuation issues, such as commas where there should be periods, incomplete sentences and mixed tenses. If these are not things that bother you when reading, then it will surely not detract from your enjoyment of the story. Often I had to go back and re-read a passage for it to make sense to me. However, that's just me. I am sure others will have no trouble following along.

I don't want to discourage anyone from reading this book. I can see where many people would enjoy the plot and the story line. Sadly, it just was not for me.