Published by Self on 01/09/2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Last Chance is a story of love and heartache proving that life is not always fair, but it's worth the pain to get the moments you’ll treasure forever.
From the very first moment I laid eyes on him, I knew my heart was his for the taking. He was the boy who filled me with butterflies and made my palms turn clammy at the mere sight of him.
There was only one problem… he was my best friend’s older brother.
It’s been eight years since I’ve last seen him, and I refuse to live another day without telling him the truth. So here I stand, taking my last chance to get him to notice me, my last chance to see if he feels the same way.
I need to know if he is just a fantasy, or if he could be my reality…
Before my reality changes forever.
I never wanted a girlfriend; I was burned by love and vowed to never go down that road again. But when the beautiful girl I’ve known practically my entire life snuck her way into my arms there was something that changed in me. I wanted to be with her, next to her. Just simply kissing her lips made my life complete.
Now I have one mission.
To make hers complete, too.
I must start this review by saying, my heart. My poor heart. I was shattered by the time I finished Last Chance by Lauren Runow. This was such an emotional read, but one you must go in blind and experience.
Mackenzie has had feelings for her best friend’s older brother for a long time. When she decides she needs to just live and take chances, she decides to go after what she wants. What she wants is Connor!
Connor on the other hand, is not interested in relationships. He has been burned before, and he never wants to experience that again. But when things change with Mackenzie, is he ready to let love in?
This was a beautifully touching story of love, loss and hope. Mackenzie and Conner have a whirlwind journey that includes love and heartbreak. The author did an amazing job in summing up this story when she says this “is a story of love and heartache proving that life is not always fair, but it’s worth the pain to get the moments you’ll treasure forever.” Life is a journey you cannot control, but only experience.