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The Last Thing You See by Emma South

 
 

November 16, 2016

 

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Jeri’s Book Attic

 
 

 

 

Title :              The Last Thing You See

Author :           Emma South

Series :            n/a

Release date :   September 26th 2014

Rating :           4 Stars

 

 

Blurb : Harper Bayliss is about to pay the full price of fame. That is, if her stalker’s plans work out.Hollywood’s new favourite starlet is already feeling overwhelmed by the insecurity of her past, a family that controls her every move, and the stresses that come with her job when a brutal attack from a madman takes that stress to a whole new level. But what neither Harper nor her attacker saw coming was the 6’4”, heavily muscled ex-Marine, Nick Martell, throwing himself in harm’s way to save her. After she visits him in the hospital to offer her thanks, she can’t help but be intrigued by the man she finds beneath the bad boy exterior. Plagued by guilt over his failure to protect the one person that mattered the most, all Nick wants is to find some peace. The tattooed former Marine is scarred, inside and out, but saving Harper Bayliss might be his first step toward redemption. What’s more, her answer to his heartfelt question is about to send them both down a path of scorching passion…and maybe even love. With the pressures of Harper’s fame and Nick’s guilt working against them, will their feelings be enough to overcome all the obstacles, including the stalker that’s still out there? If he gets his way he’ll show them that, even if they choose each other, you seldom get to choose the last thing you see.The Last Thing You See from USA Today bestselling author Emma South is a New Adult Romance about letting go of the past to find unconditional love in the present.

 

Review :  This being my first book by that author I have to state that i will def. look into other books from her as I really loved her writing style. She drew such a sweet an loving picture of a building relationship that it was easy to connect with both characters. And the reader should not underestimate the power of the added suspense – great book

 

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