Second Opinion by Lisa Suzanne (ARC Review by Catherine – #NerdGirlCat)

 Second Opinion

Title: Second Opinion 

Author: Lisa Suzanne

Published Date:  October 9th 2014

Genre:  Contemporary Romance


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What do you do when the person you love most in the world breaks your heart… twice? Grant’s solution is avoiding relationships. Four years since the last time he saw Rachelle, his heart still can’t take another break.

“You’re not marriage material.” From the time he’d first heard those words spoken by the woman he loved, Grant Carpenter believed them.

When a woman he’s known for years shows an interest in him, he starts to question Rachelle’s words about marriage material, wondering if he might need a second opinion. Someone in the present, someone who has always been in the periphery but who he never gave a second glance, starts to take over his every thought.

Grant is armed with plenty of reasons to ignore what he’s feeling, but someone who should remain off-limits is suddenly overshadowing his obsession with his past. She’s making him want a future that he thought he’d written off, but he isn’t sure that she wants a future with him.

Ultimately, he has to decide what to do when the past makes her way back into his present.

This is a standalone novel that is a spin-off of SIDE EFFECTS and is told from the point of view of Quinn’s brother, Grant.


***Contains Graphic Sex, Strong Language and Adult Situations. Not for young readers***
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***Catherine – #NerdGirlCat’s  Review***

 This book was amazing. The characters were great and the way she writes the story you feel as if you were there with them. I loved that this was from his point if view and that the guy was broken and in need of a self esteem boost. The things that broke him were heartbreaking to read.

Grant was hurt badly in the past and didn’t think he could do relationships anymore. He had a string of one night stands and did not want commitments. Avery makes him rethink his position and that maybe  he can do relationships. He’s drawn to her and he can’t explain why. The thing is Avery is afraid of relationships herself. Will they be able to find love or will their fear cost them true love?

I highly recommend this book, it’s very romantic and very sexy.

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