Dani hasn’t had an easy life. She’s made some bad choices and now she’s paying the ultimate price; prison.
With her young daughter Bethany, growing up in foster care, Dani is determined to be free and reunited with her. There’s only one problem; Dani can’t stay out of trouble.
Dani’s new cellmate Martha is quiet and unassuming. There’s something about her that doesn’t add up. When Martha offers Dani one last chance at freedom, she doesn’t hesitate.
Everything she wants is on the outside, but Dani is stuck on the inside. Is it possible to break out when everyone is trying to keep you in .
This book made feel really emotional for Dani. This sad story starts when Dani has given birth to a baby girl, but with Dani serving a prison sentence, her baby daughter is given to foster parents. Dani shared a cell with Lisa. It made want to cry as poor Dani never had a vistor and regularly looked forward to her baby’s foster parents sending her photos, but what upset me even more was Dani’s cell friend Lisa is pregnant and seemed to had it all with her family always sending her stuff. I would with my hands on my heart recommend reading One More Chance. I found One More Chance by Lucy Ayrton expertly written with characters that I really felt something for. Author Lucy Ayrton is the communications manager of a prisons charity, and much of the book One More Chance is informed by the people she met and the time she spent in prisons. Lucy has an MA in Creative Writing from Warwick University.