The Last One

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She’s the last thing I expected. I’m the last one she needs. And this is just a summer fling.

Welcome to Burton, Georgia, a small town just west of Savannah. In this farm community, the women are sassy, the men are sexy and happily-ever-afters are a specialty of the house. 

Meghan

When I signed up to spend my final summer of college teaching art to underserved kids, I wanted a chance to reinvent myself, to go somewhere new and different. I never thought I’d end up in a small town in Georgia, living on a farm . . . with a man who clearly wishes I were anywhere but there.

But here I am. And even if Sam Reynolds doesn’t like it, I can’t help my attraction to him. Maybe I don’t want to help it. His deep brown eyes and slow Southern-boy drawl just do something to me. Something real and deep and maybe a little scary.

Sam

I don’t need excitement, and I sure don’t want romance. Fun is out of the question for a guy like me. I’ve had to be the steady, responsible one since my parents died, and serious is my way of life.

When this fiery red-haired art student moves into my farmhouse, I won’t deny that I’m tempted by her. But giving in to temptation could mean radical change . . . maybe more than I can handle. Meghan makes me want to believe in crazy things like forever and happy endings.

She’s the last thing I expected. I’m the last one she needs. And this is just a summer fling.

Isn’t it?

"This book should come with a warning that you should have tissues and a fan handy! Meghan and Sam's story made me laugh, cry, and fan my face from all the heat between these two characterws. Meghan is a sweet girl with a fiery passion. She takes her new summer job very seriously, and she takes getting to know Sam on a deeper level even more seriously. I enjoyed Sam's stubbornness in the beginning. It was able to let us dig deeper into him as a character and really learn why he acted the way he did at times. This book is written well, true to what we've come to expect from this author. I've read all of her books, and each time I pick a new favorite, she blows it out of the park by writing one that I love more! I highly recommend The Last One. It's a great story that shows you that sometimes love comes along when you're least expecting it."
5 Star Amazon Review

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