Last, an all-new romantic standalone from JL Davis is LIVE!
Last by JL Davis
Publishing Date: May 5th, 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance
After losing her job, her bestie, and her boyfriend all at once, Jessa Phillips has no choice but to move back home and start over.
When she knocks on Alex Rogan’s door, she's searching for employment but what she gets is so much more than a job. He's tall, muscular, gorgeous...and very mysterious.
Jessa can’t shake the attraction and desperately wants more than he's willing to provide. Can she get Alex to drop his guard in order to give them a real chance? To let her be his LAST?
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4 Stars from Brianna!
JL Davis is brand new to the romance world and she definitely made her mark with her debut novel, Last. Sexy. Sweet. Valuable. Unique. This book was all kinds of good in different and refreshing ways.
Last is a standalone novel that kept me interested and intrigued, cover to cover. Full of heart and second chances, Jessa and Alex will take you on a beautiful journey that shows fate gives us exactly what we needed all along and didn't even know it.
Jessa is down on her luck and moving back home. Cheating ex and betraying ex best friend in the wind, she's trying to pick up the pieces and figure our her life. Starting a new company isn't easy but when she gets her first client, she has no idea how her life will change.
Alex is broken, jaded... an enigma wrapped in mystery. He lives his life in solitude... until she knocks on his door and shakes up his world. She's the one he never saw coming.
Some things happen for a reason.
Get ready for a sweet, light and heartwarming read with splashes of angst and drama.... just enough to keep you hanging on to every word.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
I'm a small town girl in Arkansas who is addicted to reading and chocolate. I love spending time with my family and friends, going camping and mud riding. I'm a bit OCD which isn't always a good thing.
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