Yay!! So it is finally my day to post a review. I have never been so excited for a blog tour in my life!! I finished this book about a week ago and thought it was amazing.
Now that I finally get to share my joy with you, here is what I have been waiting for since I got the first email from Briana.
Plagued by past mistakes in both love and life, Quinn Bardot is in a bad place. With nowhere else to turn, she escapes to LA clinging to the promise of a fresh start.
Chase Crowley is known for being selfish and unbelievably persistent. All he’s ever wanted is to become a successful actor. But now that he is about to have it all, he finds that something is still missing. Money and fame isn’t what he expected.
After a fervent encounter, the two of them are thrown into a situation that neither is prepared for. Can Quinn extinguish her fears and let Chase in? Can Chase learn to put someone else’s needs before his own?
Last Thing is a novel all about love, Hollywood, and accepting what life throws at you even if it is the last thing you want.
(This is a New Adult Romance novel & contains language & adult situations. Not recommended for readers younger than 17)
***The Last Thing is a stand alone book with NO cliff hanger ending. It is book one in the series.***
(Used the pink stars to match the cover)
I really, absolutely loved this book! There is no other way to describe it. Most roman books are a hit and miss with me because the basic plot has been seen in so many other stories. Briana wrote this book in such a way that I didn’t feel the need to put it down and start another one.
I really liked how all the loose ends weren’t tied off until the very end. It made you have to finish it even if it wasn’t your favorite book. I know for me at least, I don’t like leaving stuff unfinished or being let unsure about something.
Even the secondary characters are seen constantly throughout the book. You get to see them develop along with Chase and Quinn. I know that at times, for me at least, the secondary characters can be way more entertaining than the main characters. Sometimes the author will give them their little moments to shine, and I feel like that is what Briana did.
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