Friday, February 18, 2011

Review: A Second Chance At Forever by Liz Strange

A Second Chance At ForeverA Second Chance At Forever
Liz Strange

Paranormal Romance
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Forever is a long time to live without love. After enduring a sequence of tragic events, Rachel is forced to start over without her beloved Giovanni. Relocation to San Francisco with vampires Eli and Charles is the second chance at life she feels she needs. With the help of immortal allies, Rachel, Eli and Charles initiate a brutal showdown with the Desmarais, avenging Giovanni-s death and removing the threat to all vampire kind.But after making the most unexpected discovery, she knows lines have been crossed and things may never be that same for any of them.



Love, devotion, loyalty, and friendship is what you will find in this story. What a very good follow up from the first book My Lover Eternal in this series. In the first book Rachel lost her one and only love Giovanni. Now in this second book life must go on and as Rachel finds comfort in Eli’s arms she still finds herself unable to give her heart truly to him or anyone because of her love for Giovanni.

Charles, Giovanni’s maker takes care of Rachel and Eli and protects them as he gathers other vampires together to take out the Desmaraias, the ones who killed Giovanni. The story develops from the gathering.

All the vampire characters gathered were fantastic and I loved their backgrounds. I loved how they all found a deep friendship amongst each other. The interaction between them was exciting and sometimes even humorous.

The romance erotic scenes between Rachel and Eli were steamy but not erotically descriptive and I was hoping Liz Strange would have taken that step of writing to a further point.

Overall, the story was very enjoyable with a shocking and surprising find in the end. Let’s just say, Rachel and Eli had their true loves in the end. I do have to say however is that I am glad Liz Strange added two male lovers to this story. Good Read.


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