Thursday, July 17, 2014

A Second Chance by Isabella Bearden Review

Review of  "A Second Chance" by Isabella Bearden.

After reading the blurb for A Second Chance, I thought it looked like a good YA read.
The book follows Rayleigh. She has been bullied at school for a very long time. She doesn't really have any friends, and is being terrorised on a daily basis. Rayleigh has had enough so she convinces her parents to move away so she can start afresh.
Tate is Rayleigh's new neighbour. He's a very gorgeous alpha male.
Sparks fly very quickly between Rayleigh and Tate, and there's a lot of teenage angst and jealousy between them both.
The story wasn't a predictable YA read. Isabella did a good job to change it up slightly, which I liked.
The first half of the book was very good, but unfortunately the second half felt very rushed and under developed. I found this a real shame as the book had a lot of potential.
There were a lot of grammar errors throughout the book also.
The story was a very good idea that was just slightly let down by the grammar errors and the second half of the book.
If you fancy a quick read, then this book would be great.

3.5 stars.

Reviewed by Kim Howlett

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