I really liked it. This is an author I read before and when I run out of books to currently review I’ll start going back two years ago to the books I’ve read since 2011 and I’ll talk to you about him.
With Chances Aren’t, the main character, due to a series of weird events, can fix things in his life. It’s a fun, touching and often funny story. It’s also well written and engaging, not too heavy with false sentiments, pretty sincere and honest. It’s doesn’t pretend to be more than it is, and it’s very refreshing. The main character is a guy you can easily meet any day of the week. There’s an unexpected twist and just for that, I’ll stop here and let you read it.
I recommend this one.
I feel I need to write this as now everywhere there are warnings about anything remotely adult in some books: For Mature Audiences (some sex scenes).