A companion (alternate POV) novel to the USA Today best-selling book Leo.
Does everyone deserve a second chance? Even someone who lies and deceives to get it? Do we all have a second chance coming? Even if we play a part in our own destruction? How hard would you fight to have a second chance at love? A second chance at life? Another chance to tell your own story? Every love story has two sides. Evie told hers. This time it's Leo's chance.
This is a POV novel of Leo (Leo should be listened to first).
New Adult Contemporary Romance: Due to strong language and sexual content, this audiobook is not intended for listeners under the age of 18.
©2013 Mia Sheridan (P)2015 Audible, Inc.
That Leo was so afraid of showing who he really was for fear of judgement and she loved him anyway.
Yes for sure!
I loved the idea of hearing this love story from both sides.
I a little upset by the epilogue though. In Leo their children are girls, but in Leo's Chance they have boys.
The editor or somebody should have caught that mistake.
Leo's POV adds another dimension to Leo's story, from Evie's POV. What this man endured as a teen is inexplicable. How he survived is nothing short of amazing. I credit Leo himself and Dr Fox for his acceptance that he is worth it.
It is sad he was unable to have the father-son relationship that I think they both desired. As for Lauren, "what goes around comes around", and may she rot in hell.
Their story is not without difficulties but when they truly discover each other again their lives become what they always hoped for and dreamed of.
The epilogue was perfect. ❤️❤️
Loved Leo's POV. It was the story that was in Leo's voice and it was great. Not like some of the other books that had a males POV where it was repeated from the 1st book. Although some of it was duplicated not so much as if you were listening to the same exact story. Very different POV.
Tanner because I relate to him more than the others
This is a feel good story. It has so many factors which could have caused major dramatics, but they're handled with grace. Steve is a 39 year old HIV-positive man who lost his life partner. Tanner is a socially awkward virgin who is in love with his friend's dad (Steve).
These two smoothly ease into a relationship and handle everything maturely. I'm a fan of not having manufactured drama. I love the sweetness. McFarland's Farm (book 1) was better for me, but I do recommend Jesse's Diner to someone looking for a cute, pleasant, lovable read.
This was one of the best character point of view follow ups I have ever listened to. Mia Sheridan is amazing at weaving her stories. I love everything she writes. Great listen I highly recommend listening after you listen/read Leo.
I enjoyed Leo but felt it was missing the edge of many stories I enjoy. Meaning I could put the book down. After I read reviews of Leo's chance I was in the same story as Leo. I hate when authors try to write the counter point of view and end up with the same story. Take Note Autors please! If you are going to write in others pov please bring in information we have not already read.
The story could have been saved if it would have continued on from where Leo left off. It was interesting to read of the accident but then I felt I was wasiting my time rereading Leo.
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