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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Book Review: Last Call by Jennifer Schmidt




We are so glad to be a part of the Last Call Blog Tour. This review is just one of the things we'll be posting today for our stop on the tour. We'll also be bringing you an interview with the author, Jennifer Schmidt, plus two lucky readers will have a chance to win an eBook version of Last Call. This is all thanks to Jennifer Schmidt and TWCS Publishing House.

Let's get this show on the road, starting with a review of Last Call by Jennifer Schmidt.

 Genre: Adult Fiction (Romance) (recommended for readers 18+)

Novalee woke up married to a handsome stranger after a drunken night in Las Vegas. She flees home to Montana where she hopes she keep her secret safe. Dean wakes up to an empty hotel room. The pretty blonde he married the night before is gone, but she served her purpose in a plan to help Dean fight his father for what was left to him by his grandfather. When the judge orders Dean to bring his wife to court, he is forced to go to Montana to persuade Novalee to return with him to Nevada. Once in Montana, he starts to feel more than he bargained for.

Last Call is a pleasant little escape from reality. Both characters were strong individuals who survived traumatic experiences in their lives and came out stronger as a result of them. Through this strength they are still flawed making them very believable characters. The plot fluctuates between flirty and fun, like the cover suggests, to serious and back again. The author teases you throughout the book by gradually revealing details. The more you read, the more secrets you learn making it hard to put down. Romance fans will thoroughly enjoy Last Call. Dean and Novalee swim in chemistry, and as their relationship grows, the plot becomes addictive in a guilty pleasure kind of way.

The Giveaway! Don't forget to enter to WIN a free e-book version of Last Call

Would you like to get inside the head of Last Call author, Jennifer Schmidt? The fun of the Last Call Blog Tour continues as you check out our interview with her!

Source: This book was sent to me from the publisher for review. The opinions are my own.

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