Today’s Book Review is Last Chance Hero
Last Chance Hero
By Hope Ramsay
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: June 30th 2015
# of Pages: 352
Ross Gardiner has had his fill of difficult relationships. Returning to Last Chance after a rough divorce, the town’s handsome new fire chief just wants safety and stability-a tall order given his dangerous job and the way he has the attention of all the single women in town. All except Sabina Grey, the girl who stole his heart when they were teenagers.
Sabina knows a lot about playing it safe. Always the good girl, she’s now responsible for her antiques store and caring for her sister. But having Ross in town brings back the memory of one carefree summer night when she threw caution to the wind-and almost destroyed her family. Now that they are both older and wiser, will the spark still be there, even though they’ve both been burned?
My Honest Review
My first thoughts on this book was, what a charming town Last Chance must be. I live in a large city so reading about a small town is something I love. This is the first time reading any of these books in this series and I can’t wait to read more. The author totally met all my expectations in a book. Wonderful developed characters that I either fell in love with or didn’t like at all. Nice quaint town with everyone knowing your business, ok not sure if I would like that but it is part of the charm of a small town. An excellent plot and awesome ending, I felt this story was the perfect pace. I loved that Sabina, owned an antique store, and loved going to tag and estates sales. Her sister Lucy loved to fix up old things and make them into art to decorate with. They had loving parents, went to church. Just a great clean romance.
Of course the men, so great, well except one, always one is bad. Ross is awesome, the dream man. Zach came into the picture just right and played it well. I felt like I was living in this story.
To me I loved it.
Thanks for Netgalley for the opportunity to read and review this book.
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