Last Kiss (First and Last, #2)

Last Kiss (First and Last, #2)

Last Kiss by Laurelin Paige

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What a ride!

This was a great duet. It was just the right length to do the story justice without it being bloated. So many books I’ve read lately have been too short, and the story suffered. This was perfect.
I loved the portrayal of the dynamic between Emily and Amber. Between Amber and Reeve. Between Reeve and Emily. I put Reeve and Emily last because I felt this second book was more about the other two relationships. It was different for a romance read. The relationship between Emily and Amber was so toxic. It so thoroughly dictated both of their lives in ways neither of them fully realized. It was just really good writing. The damage that led them there. The different love they had for Reeve. The ways in which they were both, in their own ways, incapable of actual love. Such a study in personalities and relationships, this book.
I loved the journey these characters took throughout these two books. What a satisfying read.
Recommended! A memorable story that I could see myself reading again and again.

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Emily Wayborn has made a decision.
She might not fully trust handsome and deadly Reeve Sallis, but he is the one person that gives her what she needs. With Reeve she can finally be herself. Submitting to him is the only thing keeping her grounded as the rest of her life falls apart. But the hotelier is a master at keeping secrets and as she continues her quest for answers someone is making sure she doesn’t find them.
Time is running out and she is questioning everything she thought she knew about friendship and love. She must now make an impossible choice that will determine if she will survive with her heart…or her life.

Published by Amanda Marie

Compulsive reader. Romantic suspense/contemporary romance/dark romance/NA romance addict. Particularly fond of mafia, forced/arranged marriage, secret baby, kidnapping, and dark alpha heroes. Just out here doing my part for humanity- these books won't read themselves.

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