Published by Self-Published on January 15th 2019
Genres: New Adult
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econd chances are for kids, diets, and shelter pets—not for relationships. Especially not one like Chase and Emma’s.
Before he was writing chart-topping hits and smashing record sales, Chase Lawson was Emma’s childhood friend and first love. They promised each other forever, but forever expired at eighteen, when he landed a major record deal and left Emma and their hometown behind.
Ten years later, he shows up at their high school reunion with a proposition she can’t refuse. Six months. Seven figures. He gets a chance to clean up his reputation, and she gets the means to restore the old family farmhouse. It’s only for show—hold hands in public, kiss for the cameras—but boundaries blur behind closed doors.
It isn't long before Emma feels her resolve slipping, crushed by the shadow of the boy she grew to love in the man selling out stadiums of present. Can Emma resist one of the most irresistible bachelors in the world? Or will she fall for the same man twice?
Fool Me Once is a cute second chance book. It’s an easy read. Before you know it you’re at the end feeling content and a little confused.
Emma and Chase had once been together 10 years ago. You would think those feelings would have faded in the wind but they didn’t especially for Chase.
I really liked their characters even though I found some odd this about Chase. I won’t go into detail but there was something that was completely unbelievable and it took me a bit to try to reconnect with him. He’s a hot, swoon-worthy character for sure. I can see why Emma fell hard for him.
Emma was a much easier character to love. I love how she questioned Chase. She’s sweet but not naive. She could easily be your best friend.
Overall this was a fast easy read. There was some little twist that made it, um, a bit more interesting. I love Nicole Williams and even though this book slightly confused me it still was a great read.