After an attack on her convoy, Marine Corps Staff Sergeant, Darien Hollister, must learn to live without her sight. When an experimental procedure allows her to see again, opening up the possibility for her to go back to the career that is deeply ingrained in her, Darien is torn, knowing someone had to die in order for this to happen.
She embarks on a journey to personally thank the donor’s family, but is too stunned to tell them the truth. Mixed emotions stir inside of her as she slowly gets to the know the people that feel like so much more than strangers to her.
When the truth finally comes out, Darien walks away, taking the second chance that she’s been given to go back to the only life she’s ever known, but she’s not the only one with a second chance at life.
Review: Oh wow...I loved this book! Sydney Canyon is an amazing author who captures the human experience well. The plot of Second Chance begins in tragedy and ends in hope, with a brilliantly gripping journey along the way. I fell in love with the characters and quickly became utterly absorbed by the story line until it get to the point where I couldn't put it down! 5 stars easily earned.