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Leo's Chance by [Sheridan, Mia]
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The follow-up to Leo, the USA Today bestselling novel by Mia Sheridan.

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 READ FIRST). New Adult Contemporary Romance: Due to strong language and sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.

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  • Print Length: 236 pages
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  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #118,498 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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This is a must read after Leo.
If you loved or even just liked Leo, you will love Leo's Chance and as this book will expand on so much more of how deeply in love both of these characters are and their journey to their HEA.
I read both of these books in one weekend and looking forward to reading more from this Author.
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By Zelks86 on 18 December 2013
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I liked this story better than the first one from Evie's POV. There is something about Jake/Leo that draws you in and you feel deeply for him and understand how hard his life has been. I really enjoyed reading his POV.
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If you read the book Leo you must read this book. It gives you Leo's POV. There are a lot of answers that are not mention in Leo. Like what happened to Lauren and how he finally got rid of Gwen.
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3.0 out of 5 stars i liked it 20 March 2014
By W. Rupp - Published on
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I did my best for a spoiler free review but some might have snuck past me... If you've read the first book Leo or don't mind spoilers read on!

Ok so I think I'm going to do a joint review of both Leo and Leo's Chance, cuz I really think it should have been one book. Where to start.... Leo was a little bit of a let down for me. I saw all these great reviews and it had a really high rating so I went in thinking I was going to love it. And don't get me wrong I did like it but it wasn't enough for me. There were some pacing issues and grammatical errors, but not enough to draw me out of the story. And let's face it when was the last time you read a book with no mistakes in it?? But something was missing, as it turned out it was book two, Leo's POV. I know the author wanted it to be a big reveal (view spoiler) but come on didn't we all know that was coming? It wasn't the best kept secret and the first book would have greatly benefited from his POV. I know we where supposed to root for Leo but all I seem to do was wish that Evie would leave him, that was until book two. Having that second book really helped me forgive Leo and even though I knew how the story would end couldn't help rooting for him this time around. I also found that I liked being in Leo's head more than Evie's. Whether or not that was because it was the authors second book and her writing got better or if I liked that I just plain liked Leo more at that point I'm not sure. And I'm grateful for that second book, because without it I would have left Evie's story with a bad taste in my mouth. If like me you were left wanting after the first book, then you owe it to yourself to read the second installment. You'll be thankful that you did. And if you loved the first book and got all tingly after Leo's tease of a POV in the epilogue in book one you also owe it to yourself to read Leo's Chance.

It takes a lot of guts to put a part of yourself out to the world and that's what every author does when he/she writes a book. No one should have to suffer through just plain rude or hateful reviews of what may be something equivalent of their baby. While I may not like or enjoy a book I would never write anything to make an author think less of themselves just because I may have not like what they wrote. My opinion is just one of hopefully millions that have read their works and will differ greatly. My point in saying this is that I see a lot of author bashing going on and it makes me sad. It reminds me of bullies in school. Shouldn't we be past it by now? It's ok if you don't like something but there are was to expressing your opinion without belittling someone in order to do it. Ok I said my piece and I'll get off my milk create and put down my 'stop the hate stop the violence' sign.

Favorite quote..

Your gift with story telling Evie? It's not about you getting lost in your own mind, or living in a dreamland. It's about being able to rise above even the worst of situations. It's one of the reasons I've loved you every single day since I was eleven years old
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love me some Leo ;) 17 July 2013
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'I'm ruined for life. Hopelessly. In. Love. This girl is it for me. Yeah, ruined. Happily ruined.'

Wow, that was heartbreakingly beautiful. I am becoming a big fan of alternate POV books and stories like this are the reason why. It's not simply just a re-telling of B1, it's sooo much more. It was incredible being in Leo's head, finally understanding why he made the decisions he made and truly seeing the depth of his feelings for Evie. His head was also a devastating place to be. He was a very, understandably, broken man. Struggling with himself and his life choices so far.

'How had life brought me to this place -not just this room in this building, but the unbearable state of my own heart and mind? I want to escape myself, I want to crawl out of my own head and become a shadow curled up in the corner, just a ball of emptiness. I had destroyed every person who had ever tried to love me, and the pain in that realization is so devastating that if feels crushing, constricting, too big to handle.'

It's very easy to see how hard it was to deceive Evie about who he was, that really did a number on me, I cried several times. He desperately wanted to tell he the truth but terrified of her reaction.

'She probably thinks I'm all over the map. Unsure one minute and caveman the next. But that's pretty much exactly what's going on inside of me. The two halves of me are dueling. I'm scared to death and possessive as hell. It's exhausting.'

'Evie is... Evie is everything to me. The fear of her turning away when she hears even a portion of my truth is terrifying on a very deep level.'

Even though it was essentially the same story, it felt different knowing who he really was from the start, and knowing how deeply affected he was by this girl almost his entire life was breathtaking.

'Will it always be like this with her? Holy s***. I'll be dead by the time I'm thirty-two. But what a way to go. Death by orgasm. He came so hard he had an aneurism. Lucky bas***d.'

'I breathe deeply, letting Evie's magic wash over me -nothing in this crazy, messed up world feels quite so bad when I'm standing in her embrace. Nothing feels like it can't be overcome when I feel her love surrounding me.'

Oh & the epilogue?!? In B1 the POV jumps from Evie to Leo for the epilogue, in B2 it's the opposite. Absolutely beautiful. I cried like a little girl I was so damn happy for these two. I am thrilled that I came across this author, she's just amazing and I can't wait for more from her.

'My Evie, my heart, my savior. My lion tamer.'

'We had planned and dreamed and loved on that roof of ours. We didn't know that the journey that would finally bring us to our happily ever after would be full of detours and pitfalls and pain. We didn't know how much love and forgiveness and understanding would be required to make it back on the path we were meant to be on, together....
....despite all the pain that we had endured to be where we are, in the end, love won. '
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5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely wonderful! Incredible! 1 June 2016
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Once again, Mia Sheridan has written another winner. This is a book you won't put down until the end. This was such a heart warming story of Leo & Evie. Both were foster children that grew up poor and who knew each other from the neighborhood they grew up in. They fell in love with each other from an early age. When Leo is adopted by a family in California, he leaves Evie promising her that he would keep in touch and then come for her when she turned 18. When he never came for her and didn't keep in touch, she moved on but he was always there with her in the back of her mind. But he does come back and he does find Evie and begins a relationship with her all without her knowing who he really is. This was Leo's point of view and I would highly recommend that you read the first book, Leo. Both books are beautifully written with characters you can relate to. I love Mia Sheridan's books and would highly recommend this one.
5.0 out of 5 stars Leo's Chance...A Heartbreaking but Beautiful Story 29 September 2016
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Leo's Chance is the sequel to Leo, and it is told from the viewpoint of Leo, or as we were reading in the first book Jake, which is what he went by when he turned 15 and was adopted. When he meets up with Evie again, he told her he was Jake.

In this book, we find out what happened to Leo from the day he left Evie, and went with his adopted family, up to the present. We also understand why he decided to go by Jake. This is a poignant tale of Leo being a victim in his real parent's hands, and in foster care, and then finally when he is adopted at 15, only to be betrayed by a woman who had her own agenda for adopting a young teenage boy.

Despite everything that happens to him, he manages to rise above it painfully, one day at a time, and after he gets into a crash that has him in the hospital for almost a year, he finally gets help from a psychiatrist who helps him see that he is not to blame for what happened to him. Through all of this there was one constant theme and that was finding the girl he left behind at 15, and had loved innocently since the day he met her when he was 9 years old, his Evie, the little girl who made him feel like he was so special and that belonged to him until he was 15 and started loving her differently and told her to wait for him-she belonged to him! Then Evie does not see or hear from him until 8 years later.

Read this book and take this journey with Leo, and Evie and watch how beautiful love can really be, even after everything they grew up dealing with. There is so much unhappiness, sadness, feelings of despair and no self worth, a few twists to the plot that will keep you guessing and wondering how anything can come out of all of this negativity and the long road to healing and happiness that will ultimately be claimed by both of these people.

I gave this book 5*****heartbreaking stars, and I just have to say that every book I read by Mia Sheridan is always so wonderful, a journey and a glimpse into a character's life and mind.
5.0 out of 5 stars Sometimes the disadvantage gets taken advantaged by the people who were trusted to care shelter and love them. Some children and 10 September 2016
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First off Mia Sheridan’s writing is nothing but a pure perfection. Heartwarming, Solid and worth reading. Every book of hers that I’ve read so far managed to tear my heart apart while, during and after reading. All of which provides worthwhile and significant moral lessons.
We all know that the system is flawed when it comes to placing children in foster homes.
Sometimes the disadvantage gets taken advantaged by the people who were trusted to care shelter and love them. Some children and teenagers who grew up in an adoptive families setting fall off the system because the wrong person were given that position to care them. It’s such a vicious cycle. They were taken from an abusive home to be place in a more worst of situation.
Evie & Leo went through all these worst experienced. Leo’s Chance is a part 2 book. This is in Leo’s POV. I like this book a lot it explains more of what happened to him during those 8 years that they were separated. This book is about Hope, Kindness, Being able to rise above even in a worst of situation, that everyone deserves a second chance falling in-love to the fullest, that you’re worth fighting for. This is such a beautiful beautiful story.

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