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Monday, 2 July 2012

Book Review: The Last Woman He'd Ever Date by Liz Fielding

Score: 4 out of 5

Claire Thackeray: Hardworking single mom and gossip columnist. Hoping for the inside scoop on sexy billionaire Hal North, aka her teen crush! 
Most wary of: Gorgeous men who set her heart racing. (Been there, got the T-shirt—and the baby!)
Hal North: Bad boy made good. Back in his hometown as new owner of the Cranbrook Park estate. Determined to put his troubled past behind him.
Most wary of: Journalists—especially pretty ones, like new neighbor and tenant Claire Thackeray.
I was delighted to receive an Advance Release Copy (ARC) of Liz Fielding's latest book, she is one of my favourite romance authors and I was keen to get stuck in.

First of all, I loved the cover, both the image - although the models didn't really match what I had in my head (do they ever?) - and the blurb on the back, which was written in a different style than previous works I've read.

When I pick up a Liz Fielding book, I know I'm going to get a good read and I wasn't disappointed. The characters were well-rounded and relatable and the plot flowed, drawing me in further. There was definite page turning quality and the only time I put the book down was to do the school run, I didn't think the teachers would be too impressed if I didn't show up.

I didn't experience as much of a rollercoaster as with other books by this author but it was still a thoroughly enjoyable read and I would happily recommend it.



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