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Blaze Sinclair is the oldest son in the Sinclair household. He’s strong and sexy as hell and craves the plump receptionist working in his office building. On the night of the Christmas party his life is turned upside down, but he’s determined to have the woman he wants. Cassie Walker has fallen in love with her boss. She spends every day at work craving his attention. One n Blaze Sinclair is the oldest son in the Sinclair household. He’s strong and sexy as hell and craves the plump receptionist working in his office building. On the night of the Christmas party his life is turned upside down, but he’s determined to have the woman he wants. Cassie Walker has fallen in love with her boss. She spends every day at work craving his attention. One night her life is changed forever. Broken and used, Cassie must learn to move on and forget about the man who owns her heart. Five years pass. With a divorce and a son under his belt, Blaze comes face to face with the only woman he’s ever wanted. Can she forgive Blaze and give him a second chance, or will it be too late for her to realize the best things in life are worth fighting for?


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Blaze Sinclair is the oldest son in the Sinclair household. He’s strong and sexy as hell and craves the plump receptionist working in his office building. On the night of the Christmas party his life is turned upside down, but he’s determined to have the woman he wants. Cassie Walker has fallen in love with her boss. She spends every day at work craving his attention. One n Blaze Sinclair is the oldest son in the Sinclair household. He’s strong and sexy as hell and craves the plump receptionist working in his office building. On the night of the Christmas party his life is turned upside down, but he’s determined to have the woman he wants. Cassie Walker has fallen in love with her boss. She spends every day at work craving his attention. One night her life is changed forever. Broken and used, Cassie must learn to move on and forget about the man who owns her heart. Five years pass. With a divorce and a son under his belt, Blaze comes face to face with the only woman he’s ever wanted. Can she forgive Blaze and give him a second chance, or will it be too late for her to realize the best things in life are worth fighting for?

30 review for Blaze's Second Chance

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chantal ❤️

    Here is another fine example of this complete f*ckery of this plot in this book by this author. Guy who is supposed to be in love with heroine, sleep with her but has a baby and marries another. Oh yeah all because Daddy said so!!! I guess no condoms are available to the rich!!! My ass!!! Omg if I have to hear about one more time this chick reasons for her not having self confidence, ...I will SCREAM! I think I have reach critical saturation levels for this bull! NO MORE PLEASE I GIVE UP!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Dinjolina

    I can summarize this book in one single SOUND. It does not even merit a word. (If you were wondering, that sound is – UGH!) . . . . . . . . Putting aside the appalling sentence constructions, I found myself baffled by the utter lack of motivation or answers to the question “Why?”. Why was the hero having sex with the skinny other woman while being in love/lust with the heroine? How ever did the hero impregnate the ow? Was he completely lacking in means of protection? What was up with that? Why did the hero m I can summarize this book in one single SOUND. It does not even merit a word. (If you were wondering, that sound is – UGH!) . . . . . . . . Putting aside the appalling sentence constructions, I found myself baffled by the utter lack of motivation or answers to the question “Why?”. Why was the hero having sex with the skinny other woman while being in love/lust with the heroine? How ever did the hero impregnate the ow? Was he completely lacking in means of protection? What was up with that? Why did the hero marry somebody BECAUSE HIS DADDY TOLD HIM TO? Is he 15? No? He’s 40? Oh. Well, gosh. Why was the hero 100% indifferent and almost negative toward his stepmother? He was 12-13 when his father married her, which is not all that old. He still had a lot of years in which she took care of him and loved him with all her might. Why was he perfectly ok with his father blabbering about loving his first wife…..for 25 years of his next marriage? Why was he ok, and even supportive of this kind of emotional abuse toward a woman that was fabulous with him, and even with his son? What is up with the idiotic premises that Sinclair man can love once and only once? Who said that? Why did they believe that? And ultimately --> WHY IS THE HERO AN UTTER ASSHAT? As we all know, sometimes, the plot can be up aside when caracters are brilliant on their own. Sadly, this read not only has a distinctive lack of plot flow, it has BORING characters. The heroine was not bad per se (unlike the hero!) …she was more of a non-entity. And being a non-entity in Romancilada makes me yawn. Hard. I felt no connection to her, and I had no real understanding over what she is like, except that she is a bit overweight. While on the subject, let me just give an… ….IMPORTANT NOTE FOR AUTHORS: Being overweight is not a real character distinction. Having a few extra pounds and a flabby stomach does not tell me if you are nice or if you like bon-bons, you emotionally empty dishrag, you! At times when she was owie-owie-huwwwwt, or saaaaad, or being an utter drama-lama, I got an uneasy feeling that she was plainly epileptic. Who else goes from being catatonically boring to exploding all over the place? All in all --> don’t waist your time on this. It’s not even interesting enough to rant about.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Talltree

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Not for me: H slept with other women while in lust/love with h. h finally sleeps with H only to find out he is engaged and a soon-to-be-dad. Gag.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rachel K

    Blaze is a fucking idiot (like his dad and brother), Cassie is a stupid moron, and I can't believe I read this shite! That is all. Blaze is a fucking idiot (like his dad and brother), Cassie is a stupid moron, and I can't believe I read this shite! That is all.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Vanessa

    Despite the mixed ratings, I sort of expected a light and funny read with a good story plot. I mean, the idea is good : Blaze and Cassie secretely have had the hots for each other for a year but have not acted on it yet, given that Blaze is Cassie's boss. At a Christmas reception, they finally have sex, but it turns out to be quite a disappointment for Cassie for, a few days later, she learns that Blaze is not only engaged but a soon-to-be father. Three years later, they meet again. I thought, O Despite the mixed ratings, I sort of expected a light and funny read with a good story plot. I mean, the idea is good : Blaze and Cassie secretely have had the hots for each other for a year but have not acted on it yet, given that Blaze is Cassie's boss. At a Christmas reception, they finally have sex, but it turns out to be quite a disappointment for Cassie for, a few days later, she learns that Blaze is not only engaged but a soon-to-be father. Three years later, they meet again. I thought, OK, potential for some good stuff here and I went for it. The fact that the heroine is a plus-sized woman didn't hurt either. In the end, I was sorely disappointed. The plot was clearly underexploited, things going far too fast for me to buy it! That is to be excpected of course with novelas _ which I don't read very often, because I like my romances to evolve at a reasonable pace and my characters to benefit some development throughout the book _ but here I was really diconcerted to see that quite a room was made for secondary stories : Chris and Erica, David and Molly, and of course the other brothers. Oh, I can only assume that those secondary plots are meant to set the background for the on-coming books of the Sinclair series, but still, they clearly ate at the space that should have been saved for Blaze and Cassie's story. As a result, I thought that the romance progressed far too quickly, at the cost of realism. And I couldn't bring myself to care much for any of the characters. Moreover, as if that was not enough, I was quite frankly turned off by some expressions or elements throughout the book. For instance, I couldn't believe my eyes when I read, during a sex scene, that "Blaze wanted her swimming in his spunk". Okaaayyyy, thank you very much for that charming image, I shall go and put my own eyes out now. Speak of a mood killer... Also, what kind of parents would call their children Blaze Junior (isn't Blaze a romance publishing firm or something?) and Yvonne? Sick b*stards.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kace | The Booknerd

    I read this book years ago. But decided to reread it when I saw the notification popped up, and DA4Pups liked Learning to Forgive. I have forgotten about that trilogy and decided to reread them hence my review. Blaze's Second Chance was full of hot, steamy and passionate sex, plenty of drama, heartache and romance. And even though it was just a short novella, I totally enjoyed it. I am nuts for a second chance, romances. But what made it different from other stories about second chances? Th I read this book years ago. But decided to reread it when I saw the notification popped up, and DA4Pups liked Learning to Forgive. I have forgotten about that trilogy and decided to reread them hence my review. Blaze's Second Chance was full of hot, steamy and passionate sex, plenty of drama, heartache and romance. And even though it was just a short novella, I totally enjoyed it. I am nuts for a second chance, romances. But what made it different from other stories about second chances? This book doesn't have tons of angst. Both Blaze and Cassie knew what they wanted from the start. It was well written and very engaging. Plus, all the characters are fascinating. Especially Molly and David. I admired Blaze for what he did. Don't get me wrong, what he did to Cassie was terrible, but he was doing what is right even though it wasn't what he wanted. He's a great father. He considered his son first before himself. As for Cassie, I loved her character. She's a strong woman. She knows what she wants, and even though Blaze badly hurt her, it still didn't stop her from becoming a very successful woman. And that little epilogue had me sighing. Both Blaze and Cassie definitely deserved a happy ending.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Dr. Bronwyn Ph.D of Smutology

    3.5 star read I can see why there are people who didn't care for this book. The relationships weren't well rounded and the characters weren't entirely likeable. We have the 3 Sinclair men who are obviously emotionally immature. I can't think of any other way to take these guys. Whether its finding out your girlfriend is pregnant and marrying her, hurting the girl who's virginity you took or the worst scenario making your wife of 25 years feel like 2nd best and being shocked when she's had enough.. 3.5 star read I can see why there are people who didn't care for this book. The relationships weren't well rounded and the characters weren't entirely likeable. We have the 3 Sinclair men who are obviously emotionally immature. I can't think of any other way to take these guys. Whether its finding out your girlfriend is pregnant and marrying her, hurting the girl who's virginity you took or the worst scenario making your wife of 25 years feel like 2nd best and being shocked when she's had enough....well you aren't looking to win any congeniality awards. While I can't say I was particularly fond of these Sinclair men I will say that the tension and emotions felt real to me. Regrets are real and if you won't take the time to get your head out of your ass and realise you're an idiot....then you aren't likely to keep the love of your life. In all three situations, the betrayals would cause any woman to second guess their worth so it was nice for the guys to get their comeuppance and realise that they would have to work hard to right their wrongs. Hope Erica and Molly don't give in too easily. Even though timeframe wise, Cassie seemed to forgive quickly I felt she'd grown over 3 years, and in all that time she truly loved Blaze. I don't for one second believe that she would have put her life on hold indefinitely for him though but Blaze was who she wanted.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Genney Blass

    I gave three stars, because even though the leading characters were Blaze and Cassie, this book should have been Book 2, because Chris story should have been Book 1, however I have not read Book 2. But from the get go when Chris spoke to his brother and informed Blaze that he really mess things with Cassie and that he did the same this Jennifer, it should be story Number 1. Then the drama fore told in the Sinclair summer house OMG, what the hell! I felt there was no happy ending, because the onl I gave three stars, because even though the leading characters were Blaze and Cassie, this book should have been Book 2, because Chris story should have been Book 1, however I have not read Book 2. But from the get go when Chris spoke to his brother and informed Blaze that he really mess things with Cassie and that he did the same this Jennifer, it should be story Number 1. Then the drama fore told in the Sinclair summer house OMG, what the hell! I felt there was no happy ending, because the only couple that was happy was Blaze and Cassie. There was so much arguing, and fighting between the parents, that I was losing tough with the dayum story. Sorry Ms. Crescent but I was not feeling this story. But you are a good author. Thank you.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cheesecake

    The shtick with the Sinclair men is that they will fall in love and then be a completely inexcusable asshat to the woman they fall for. Then years later they will try to redeem themselves to said lady. So the premise of the story is only successful if the author can convince you that they are redeemed. I love a book with some good grovelling by the hero. This one totally fit the bill. It wasn't a great read, but it was entertaining and I did like the Sinclair in question by the end of the book. The shtick with the Sinclair men is that they will fall in love and then be a completely inexcusable asshat to the woman they fall for. Then years later they will try to redeem themselves to said lady. So the premise of the story is only successful if the author can convince you that they are redeemed. I love a book with some good grovelling by the hero. This one totally fit the bill. It wasn't a great read, but it was entertaining and I did like the Sinclair in question by the end of the book. His name being Blaze and his kid being Blaze junior was distracting and hard to take seriously. Not sure what was up with that?

  10. 4 out of 5

    Judy Traband

    Simply awesome! I just can't describe how good this book was. I fell in love with the whole Sinclair family. The love Blaze has for Cassie is beautiful. I loved the day Cassie found out about Blaze' future plans and how she 'went out to lunch' and never met with Blaze in his office. I was so proud of her! One of my top books so far! Sam is an extraordinary writer! Simply awesome! I just can't describe how good this book was. I fell in love with the whole Sinclair family. The love Blaze has for Cassie is beautiful. I loved the day Cassie found out about Blaze' future plans and how she 'went out to lunch' and never met with Blaze in his office. I was so proud of her! One of my top books so far! Sam is an extraordinary writer!

  11. 4 out of 5

    ––––•(-•The Insomniac Book Hoarder•-

    Not bad. I just wished that Blaze had initially manned up and had some courage to stand by what he felt for Cassie. That would've saved them a lot of heart ache, but then where would the story be without some unwanted and predictable drama? lol, an okay read though, just to pass the time.. Not bad. I just wished that Blaze had initially manned up and had some courage to stand by what he felt for Cassie. That would've saved them a lot of heart ache, but then where would the story be without some unwanted and predictable drama? lol, an okay read though, just to pass the time..

  12. 4 out of 5

    Julie Dalglish

    love it can't wait to read more about the Sinclairs love it can't wait to read more about the Sinclairs

  13. 4 out of 5

    Angie

    This book was so good!! Blaze has a weird notion and has to learn to get over it to move on with his life. Cassie was great! I am a big fan of Sam Crescent's work and she didn't disappoint! This book was so good!! Blaze has a weird notion and has to learn to get over it to move on with his life. Cassie was great! I am a big fan of Sam Crescent's work and she didn't disappoint!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Stefanie

    I really enjoyed this story, I did read some reviews and did jot agree with some of them. Blaze was lusting after Cassie and slowly falling in love with the vibrant, kind receptionist. After the Christmas party Blaze going to call that would change his future. Cassie wanted to be with Blaze, she just didn't imagine the consequences afterwards. Now with a successful career Chris, Blazes brothers help and in desperate need of a vacation she heads to the beach house. Then the real family drama unfo I really enjoyed this story, I did read some reviews and did jot agree with some of them. Blaze was lusting after Cassie and slowly falling in love with the vibrant, kind receptionist. After the Christmas party Blaze going to call that would change his future. Cassie wanted to be with Blaze, she just didn't imagine the consequences afterwards. Now with a successful career Chris, Blazes brothers help and in desperate need of a vacation she heads to the beach house. Then the real family drama unfolds!! Whoa there was so much going on and getting to hear the background on tbe family was fascinating. I want to read the other two books just to find out what's going to happen. Life doesn't always happen the way we want but it does get better. We do get to see it unfold.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

    Question: who is this chick on the cover? Cause it ain’t the heroine. Uh short, needed to be fleshed out cause the sex scenes were jarring when they came up. But does make you curious about the other two couples in the story.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Vic

    2.5 stars

  17. 5 out of 5

    Charlie Court

    Great story I really liked this story. I can't wait to see what happens to the other brothers and the parent's. Recommend this story. Great story I really liked this story. I can't wait to see what happens to the other brothers and the parent's. Recommend this story.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Neilatkalleroo

    Lightweight. There are two subplots of relevance to the main plot. Neither are resolved. Grrr. And nothing much to the main plot.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Victoria Craig

    Great Read Usually I am all about the sexy guy in the story. This time I am impressed with the heroine. Cassie is a really nice woman who had her heart broken by Blaze. When Cassie came and literally fought for her man, I was like, YES !!! Take that evil ex !! A great second chance romance from the remarkable Sam Crescent . Ready for book 2.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay

    I read this years ago but wanted to reread because i couldn't quite remember the whole story and 5 pages in I remembered why the whole series was a struggle....i think what bugged me the most from this book was (lack of epic groveling aside) Cassie's whole attitude of easily forgotten and forgiven. Her whole speech regarding 'we made no promises to each other' stuck me as weird. I mean I would like to think that any decent man, regardless of it being a one time thing or not, would not have a rea I read this years ago but wanted to reread because i couldn't quite remember the whole story and 5 pages in I remembered why the whole series was a struggle....i think what bugged me the most from this book was (lack of epic groveling aside) Cassie's whole attitude of easily forgotten and forgiven. Her whole speech regarding 'we made no promises to each other' stuck me as weird. I mean I would like to think that any decent man, regardless of it being a one time thing or not, would not have a ready made family waiting in the wings while he bangs the chick he always wanted I definitely would have respected him more if he had the decency to tell her that it was a mistake or it couldn't happen again or something along those lines.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Rhonda

    I read a review on the third book in this series and was very interested so I figured I would start with the first book and work my way up. I read all of the reviews on Amazon and was very leery of purchasing it, but went ahead and grabbed it since I love this author. I do agree somewhat with the reviews. I think the story does do a dramatic time jump. One chapter ends and the next begins 3 years later with no warning. I think the story would’ve flowed better if we had a brief view into what mar I read a review on the third book in this series and was very interested so I figured I would start with the first book and work my way up. I read all of the reviews on Amazon and was very leery of purchasing it, but went ahead and grabbed it since I love this author. I do agree somewhat with the reviews. I think the story does do a dramatic time jump. One chapter ends and the next begins 3 years later with no warning. I think the story would’ve flowed better if we had a brief view into what married life was like for Blaze and also a brief look into Chris and Cassie’s friendship and how she started her own business. To read the rest of my review, read here: http://wp.me/p3a6Qw-1U

  22. 5 out of 5

    Tia

    I apparently read this series backwards. I read book two first. I realized I missed some stuff and the author did too. In novel two, nothing is mentioned of the heroines miscarriage, also at the end of book two, they say she is pregnant with their first child, it would of been their second. That was a bit of a boo-boo. Anyways book one was pretty epic. I loved how brave the heroine was and I can't wait for book three. I apparently read this series backwards. I read book two first. I realized I missed some stuff and the author did too. In novel two, nothing is mentioned of the heroines miscarriage, also at the end of book two, they say she is pregnant with their first child, it would of been their second. That was a bit of a boo-boo. Anyways book one was pretty epic. I loved how brave the heroine was and I can't wait for book three.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Janet Juengling-Snell

    I know this book came with very mixed reviews, but I have to say, I totally enjoyed it. It was short, and very hot. It was refreshing to read a second chance story were there wasn’t ton of angst and second guess one’s self. Both Blaze and Cassie knew what they wanted and after dealing with the past hurts, they went for it!! Bravo. I also enjoyed the secondary characters, they kept my interest as much as Blaze and Cassie. I look forward to read the next Sinclair brother’s story!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Narita Wijaya

    after i read this first series i can say, i want to read more about another sinclair families... i want to read about chris and emily, about david and molly... i hope Sam Crescent will launch it soon....

  25. 4 out of 5

    Bogusia

    I love M/M and M/M/F books but sometimes we don't pick the books we read- they pick us ;) I thoroughly enjoyed Blaze's Second Chance. Can't wait to read the sequel. I love M/M and M/M/F books but sometimes we don't pick the books we read- they pick us ;) I thoroughly enjoyed Blaze's Second Chance. Can't wait to read the sequel.

  26. 4 out of 5

    ☽ Rhiannon ✭ Mistwalker ☾

    A decent short read. Betrayal and angst and a curvy heroine. Despite my disinterest in storylines with children, I liked this well enough.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Christine Strowbridge

    blech, ugh, ew, gag - awful.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jhenn

    3.5 STARS

  29. 5 out of 5

    Raijilli Magaña

    It was boring and it had a lot of contradictions. I only finished the book because I just CAN'T leave a book unfinished. It was boring and it had a lot of contradictions. I only finished the book because I just CAN'T leave a book unfinished.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Flavs is Mrs David Gandy♥~♥’

    I think what I love about this author is that none of her females are these thin/model type women (which is so un realistic)

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