Second Chance Rival by M. Robinson Release & Review

Posted August 23, 2022 by sultrysirens in Release Blitz, Reviews by Liz / 0 Comments

Second Chance Rival by M. Robinson Release & ReviewSecond Chance Rival by M. Robinson
Series: Second Chance
Published by Self on 8/23/22
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Buy on Amazon US
Also in this series: Second Chance Love

From Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling Author M. Robinson comes an enemies to lovers, arranged marriage, second chance standalone romance.

The only thing I was looking forward to more than marrying my enemy… 

Was seeing her pregnant with my baby.  

But I guess that’s why I’m the bad boy of my family—but she’s always played the good girl. 

If they only knew the things she begged me to do all those years ago, when I was sneaking in through her bedroom window. 

Before I left.

Before I broke her heart.
Before she hated me.
She doesn’t have to love me. 

Hell, she doesn’t even have to like me. She just has to marry me to merge our feuding families… 

Best part of our contract is we have to produce a bloodline heir. 

My reasons for agreeing to an arranged marriage have nothing to do with claiming our inheritance… 

And everything to do with claiming the woman I love.

Release Date: August 23

Liz's Review

First and foremost, I have to say I love, love the cover of Second Chance Rival by M. Robinson. It was not a hardship imagining Tristian as the cover model. None at all. Insert chef kiss. As per the other books in the series, Second Chance, though it can be read as a standalone, this is a second chance romance. It is also an arranged marriage with enemies to lovers, or is it? Tristian and Belle’s family are bitter rivals, but when they meet as teenagers, there is something between them they cannot deny. They fall and fall hard. But what will their families say?

As readers, all we know is something happened between them years ago and neither was ever the same again. As adults, they are both committed to their work and their respective family’s empire. So, when they are approached about an arranged marriage to unite the families they are shocked. But could this be the chance Tristian has been waiting for? I have to say I loved him so much. He was honest, caring, protective, and possessive but also a total alpha. I loved his dirty talk and determination. Belle was strong and just as determined but reserved when it came to Tristian. There was so much history between them, but not all of it good.

I truly enjoyed reading Second Chance Rival by M. Robinson. It was angsty, full of the feels, emotional and even also very sweet. I loved Tristian and his approach. He put it all out there. Belle wanted to protect her heart, but Tristian knew what he wanted. I loved this book and highly recommend it and the series.




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Meet M. Robinson


M. Robinson is the Wall Street Journal & USA Today Bestselling Author crowned as the “Queen of Angst” by readers around the world. 

Dive into her visionary world that will take you on a rollercoaster ride of emotions and leave you wanting more. 
She writes everything from contemporary to suspense romance and is best known for her novel, El Diablo.
When M isn’t in the cave writing her next epic love story, you will find her shopping and living on a boat in Florida with her real life pirate, her lobster, her husband Bossman. Sipping on Starbucks and hanging out with their two dogs, a German shepherd mix and a gordito Wheaten Terrier reading a good book. Or spending time with her family, who she is extremely close with.

Above all, M loves her readers more than anything and loves to connect with them! She is on all social media platforms but you will find her in her happy place the most. Her VIP Reader Group on Facebook or her second favorite happy place, Instagram.



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Posted August 23, 2022 by sultrysirens in Release Blitz, Reviews by Liz / 0 Comments