Release Day Launch: Second Chance Boyfriend by Monica Murphy

Release Day Launch: Second Chance Boyfriend by Monica Murphy
Hey everyone! I totally adore this series so I am so excited to be participating in the Release Day Launch. I hope you enjoy my review, and make sure to enter the giveaway!

**Recommended for ages 17+ due to sexual content and language, mature subject matter**

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.
A review copy was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.

I am beyond psyched to be part of the release day launch for Second Chance Boyfriend. I literally devoured One Week Girlfriend (see review here), and SCB was definitely no different. In fact, it even got more amazing in this installment!

After Drew left Fable because he decided he was not good enough for her, they went their separate ways. Drew immediately felt lost without Fable, and his life pretty much went downward. Fable was in the same place without Drew, and when they finally meet again, Drew is beggin’ for a second chance. Will Fable be able to look past her hurt and grant him a second chance so they could be finally be together forever?

Fable has definitely changed in this book. She’s more mature, and she is definitely more guarded with her heart. She doesn’t want to be hurt again. But don’t worry, she is still the same sweet and feisty girl who will do anything to protect the ones she loves. She always says what she wants, and I just love her dearly.

If you think Fable changed, Drew and his gorgeous self changed tenfold. He really took control with his life, and it was very inspiring to see. With everything he has been through, he still found it in him to want to heal. After pushing Fable away, he realized Fable is his glue, the glue that will heal his damaged heart. Drew has just about the sweetest side to him, and the poems he write Fable…they make me tear up every time! I totally heart Drew with all my heart, and I am so so happy that my Drew boy got his happily ever after.

Owen was just as cute as ever. My favorite scene of this whole book might be when Owen stands up to Drew as Drew was the boy who broke his sisters heart. I basically rolled on the floor laughing for 15 minutes. Every book needs its comic relief. :) Now on to the bad and ugly part of this book. Adele. I hate, loathe, detest, despise, and abhor her with every fiber of my being, and I am in no way exaggerating whatsoever.

After OWG, I cried inside for a couple days before I could move on. The continuation of the plot was equally as perfect. There were parts where I cried and parts where I died laughing and parts where I squeeeeeed during reading the adorable parts. The writing was executed so well. I genuinely feel that having both Drew and Fable’s POV is so important to this book. I needed to be in both of their minds to have a fulfilling reading experience. The romance is HOT with a capital H, O, and T! They can’t keep their hands off each other, not that I could blame Fable. Drew is sexy! They also have sweet, tender moments that are just oh so cute. They have a rare and deep understanding of each other.

Well done Monica, well done. Drew and Fable’s stories are the epitome of NA amazingness. If you haven’t started this series yet, do yourself a favor and get right on that.

Favorite Swoon-worthy Quote: I touch her face. Gently trace her lips. She’s trembling, I can feel the subtle tremors vibrate beneath my fingers and I bring her lips to mine, connecting them, connecting us for a long, quiet moment. No tongues, no passionate, out-of-control kissing. Just our mouths touching, we’re inhaling each other’s breaths as we absorb each other. I need this connection. I think she needs it too. Maybe we need each other too much. But I can’t worry about that now. Not when I have the woman I love in my arms, wrapped all around me.
Second Chance Boyfriend (Drew + Fable, #2)

Rating: 5/5 Tar Heels!

About the Author:

Monica Murphy writes books with boys and kissing in them. She also likes to read books with boys and kissing in them. Writer of new adult contemporary romance-ish stuff. Mom and wife. Native Californian.

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Here's a picture of the marshmellow charm necklace that the winner would win. Make sure to enter the giveaway to win this as well as a signed set of One Week Girlfriend and Second Chance Boyfriend!


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