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Go Back To Home. All NYTimes. I inhaled him. I took him into my very self in deep gulps of tongue and lips, my hands wrapped so tightly around him, they were a vice-grip at his neck. I will only say that you will not be disappointed.. This book is perfection. Be ready to devour it, because once you start, you will not want to put it down. I can't wait for you to read! ARC provided via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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Dec 30, Sabrina rated it really liked it Shelves: crazy-rich , lose-the-panties-hot , arc-edelweiss-netgalley. One of the things I can say, though, is how amazing the ride these characters took me on was. I was enthralled from the very beginning and even over weeks of waiting to get the conclusion I never once lost interest. First Touch left off with me screaming "no way" and then hitting my Kindle, trying to get more of the story to magically appear.

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Last Kiss starts off right where that ended but still doesn't give us our answers. To get those you have to delve into the book and the even crazier world that Laurelin Paige creates. She made this story impossible to forget and I know it's one of the ones that will forever stay with me. We got to find out more about Emily and Amber's past and how they became such close friends and also how they drifted apart.

Honestly that part of the story had me just as intrigued as Reeve and Emily did. There were just so many questions that I had throughout the whole story and not all of the answers were predictable. Reeve was somehow even sexier in the conclusion than when I first met him.

He had this quietness to him, which made him mysterious and also drove me a little insane trying to figure out what was going on with him. I really enjoyed that I got so involved into his character. Even while I was questioning if he could be a killer, there was still a part of me that was in love with how hot and swoon worthy he was.


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I knew one of the secrets about the ending and it actually made me a little sad that I could figure it out. But then the ending came and I was completely shocked to the point I even stopped reading, went back and re-read a few pages to make sure I had read that part correctly.

I mean I was so sure I knew how the book would end, and then bam , that twist happened. I still knew the secret but I had no clue that it would turn out that way. That part right there is where I fell in love with, not only this book, but the author. Bottom line, this series is definitely worth the read if you like mysteries that will drive you crazy at the same time making you fall in love.

Last Kiss will hold you in suspense with the amount of confusion the story leads to. But by the end you'll realize you enjoyed every moment of this insane roller-coaster ride. Jan 05, Lo Bookfrantic rated it it was amazing Shelves: arc-review-ng , read-full-review-to-come , angst. I was a bit frustrated ok a lot but glad it ended good. Though the two were once notorious party girls, they haven't spoken in years. Although the message might sound benign to anyone else, Amber uses a safe word that 4. Although the message might sound benign to anyone else, Amber uses a safe word that Emily recognizes, a word they always used to get out of sticky situations during their wild days.

And what's more chilling than the voicemail: it turns out that Amber has gone missing. Now Emily is on the hunt to find out what happened to Amber, a hunt that leads her to sexy enigmatic billionaire Reeve Sallis, a hotelier known for his shady dealings and play boy reputation. Reeve might have had something to do with Amber's disappearance, but Emily can't help the way she reacts to him.

Time is running out and Emily must figure out who she can trust and if she can trust her feelings. View all 22 comments. Dec 12, Michelle rated it it was amazing Shelves: signed. Sometimes all at once. Last Kiss was a suspenseful thrill ride from start to finish. I loved him from the first encounter. I loved how he was dark and dangerous, but he was so much more than just a mysterious sexy guy. I loved that we got to see the real him throughout Last Kiss.

That his walls came down and we got these glimpses of a vulnerable man. Emily, I admit had me wanting to throttle her. She was so unsure of herself, lacked confidence and was such a pushover, but in the end watching her grow was amazing. She did grow on me and I found myself cheering her on.

I did find myself craving more sexual moments between Reeve and Emily. The sex scenes were so well written, vivid and erotic and were paced perfectly throughout the story — but they were just that good, that I wanted more of them together. Last Kiss easily will land on my top reads of and this duet series will rank high among my favorite series. There was just something about these characters, the storyline and the writing that struck a chord with me. View 2 comments. I'll try and make this short. So 'Last Kiss' quickly became my most anticipated read of To say I was left feeling underwhelmed would be an understatement.


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When I got my hands on an advanced copy of 'Last Kiss' I literally dropped everything because I wanted to find out what happens. So many seeds were planted in book one re: plot. So many players were introduced that had so much pr I'll try and make this short. So many players were introduced that had so much promise.

Well, if you throw all that out the window, you'll get 'Last Kiss' - a very well written yet very predictable story that revolves around a heroine who did a complete from the awesome female lead that she was in book one. It really is a shame. In a nutshell What I liked about this book: The writing.

What I didn't like about this book: Everything else. View all 38 comments. Nov 27, Amber rated it it was amazing. Last Kiss is the concluding novel in what has been such thrilling series to read. When we last left these characters, Amber was found to be alive. Emily and Reeve had finally reached a point in their relationship where they can actually call it one when Amber comes back to shake things up. Last Kiss mainly revolves around piecing together what happened to the Wicked Witch, Emily pushing Reeve away when she really wants him, and the Wicked Witch manipulating Emily.

When reading First Touch , I kept Last Kiss is the concluding novel in what has been such thrilling series to read. When reading First Touch , I kept Reeve at arms length. Was he dangerous? Was he the reason why two ex-girlfriends disappeared? So many questions. I commend Laurelin Paige for firmly putting this doubt in my mind because I felt what Emily felt. Reeve turns out to be the complete opposite. As you read, Laurelin peels back the layers of his character.

He wasn't going to convince her of anything. He wanted Emily to be able to make such decisions on her own and be able to think for herself. As for Emily, I've seen some complaints that she does a complete turn around from this strong minded female character to how she's portrayed in Last Kiss. In First Touch , besides flashbacks, we don't actually see Amber and Emily interacting in the present. While Emily is actively looking into her disappearance, Amber is not around to influence her in any way.

Emily was allowed to be this character without Amber, who obviously has had a negative impact on Emily's psyche. Towards the end of Last Kiss , without giving away any spoilers, Emily breaks out of her hold. Letting her go? Emily finally realizes that Amber consciously manipulates Emily because she knows Emily needs that authoritative figure in her life. That was an awakening for Emily. There's much I want to say about Last Kiss but I don't want to spoil for anybody.

This books does tie up loose ends and I think it ended quite nicely. It didn't match the pace of the first book but it is worth the read! I'll definitely be reading this book again to wrap my mind around certain things! Perhaps tomorrow? View all 7 comments. This book had me all kinds of messed up. I was literally sitting on the edge of my chair the whole damn book.

So when it ended the way it did, I was like "wtf is happening" so I dove head first into this book. And let me say first, i didn't capture my sanity in this one either Just open your mouth and say something. I know i was yelli This book had me all kinds of messed up. I know i was yelling it but I don't think they heard me. This book captured me before I even started it. I was so intrigued into finding out how this story ended.

The ride this author takes you on, gets completely hilly, bumpy, and oh my gosh it gets so emotional. Reeve, he is amazing. He captivated me from start to finish, I completely loved his unpredictability. I never knew what we were going to get. His softer side or his dark demanding side. He was possessive and dominating, I just wish he took what was his first and foremost, however obviously that was the point of the story so I get it. In the end she was all that I knew she could be. Finally Amber, sadly she gets my prize. I don't think I ever felt sympathy for her at all.

I think I saw through her from the beginning of the book. All in all, I am so glad I read this series. I started out on major book hangover with this one and I think I ended in a bigger one. I loved Reeve, and dammit I want more to this. Is there an epilogue somewhere I missed????????

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View all 40 comments. I'm always super anxious going into the second book of a series after falling in love with the first book that ended with a serious cliffhanger. You just never know if the rest of the story will live up to the expectations that you've created in your head while you've been not so patiently waiting to find out what happens next. I should not have been worried about Last Kiss. This book didn't just live up to my expectations, it surpassed them.

I was extremely nervous about the whole Amber situati I'm always super anxious going into the second book of a series after falling in love with the first book that ended with a serious cliffhanger. I was extremely nervous about the whole Amber situation and where it would leave Emily and Reeve.

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So many possibilities crossed my mind and a majority of them didn't leave a good taste in my mouth. What actually happened was better than I could have ever imagined. However, if you're looking for a recap of the story from me, you've come to the wrong review. This story was epic and beautiful and everything I needed it to be. Laurelin had me on the edge of my seat begging to devour this story as quickly as possible while trying to savor every minute. This will go down as one of my all-time favorite series and Reeve one of my top BBF's. Dec 11, Hulya Kara Yuksel rated it it was amazing.

He was so freaking HOT! You never disappoint me! Ending of the book was super fast I just want to read more about their future, that's all View all 29 comments. Carrying on from the moment First Touch ended, Emily Wayborn is left feeling confused as to where she fits into Reeve's life now that Amber is back. With the three of them living in the same house, and the two women in danger from Reeve's connections to the Greek Mafia, she is learning a lot about herself and her relationships with both Reeve and Amber.

I loved the growth between Emily and Reeve in this book, and especially Reeve. I warmed to him immensely and although I would have loved him to be more insistent with Emily, I loved the way he allowed her to find her way by herself, and that proved to me how much he loved her. Hated every terrible wonderful emotion he inspired within me. Hated how completely and perfectly he mastered me. For those who are worried if this becomes a love triangle, I can safely say that although Emily appears to think that it has, it most definitely isn't, and this book is more about the growth of Emily, and how she feels in her own skin, and as part of a couple.

As with the first installment, certain parts did drag slightly, but the story hooks you in enough to keep reading. Overall, I thought is was an excellent suspenseful and sexy read that fans of romantic suspense would devour with gusto. Told in the heroine's POV. ARC gratefully received from the publisher in exchange for an honest review Images featured in this review were created by me using stock images either purchased from deposit photo or from free stock sites. Dec 29, Olga therebelreader rated it really liked it Shelves: highly-emotional , netgalley , contemporary-romance , suspense-angst , kindle , erotica-xxx , arc-cc-final-review.

Last Kiss is the second and last installment in the contemporary, erotic First and Last duology. It focuses on the breathtaking relationship between Emily and Reeve which is equaled by the heartbreaking reality of the past for both of our leading characters. I find it really difficult to talk about the certain book because there are lots of potentially spoilery bits. The heat Emily and Reeve generate Last Kiss is the second and last installment in the contemporary, erotic First and Last duology.

The heat Emily and Reeve generate is too much to ignore. Emily is able to connect with him on a deeper level and her growth of character is well paced and done excellently. I really liked Reeve. I liked his cockiness, self-assurance, confidence and loyalty. He is so hot and awesome and he shows vulnerability in the best ways possible.

And Emily, although I didn't quite get her at times, really showed a lot of growth throughout the book. This book is high on angst, high on drama. Reeve and Emily both have extremely depressing and sad backgrounds that make them the perfect pair. I loved them -flaws and all- even if after a while I was ready for them to just toss out those big truth bombs and see what happened leaving no secrets between them. The tenderness and selflessness showed so brightly against the backdrop of evil that was going on around and sometimes between them. I enjoyed the tortured nature of the heroes but there were a couple things though that kept this from being a perfect book.

However, it was such a thrilling read and extremely sensuous. It was definitely a delicious treat for my senses. Last Kiss delivers steamy, sexy romance with just the right touch of gripping suspense to keep readers coming back for more. ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review. View all 31 comments. Apr 28, Michelle rated it it was amazing Shelves: arcs , favorites. With the way that First Touch ends, I was anticipating Last Kiss because everything would be different now, a true test. Just when Reeve and Emily were turning a corner, where the walls were beginning to come down and to develop trust, the circumstances change in the most challenging of ways.

And I loved this new element because it was guaranteed to fuel so many emotions while reading - angst, love, hate, heartbreak, doubt, and devotion. I was battling trying to read this quickly and slowly beca With the way that First Touch ends, I was anticipating Last Kiss because everything would be different now, a true test. I was battling trying to read this quickly and slowly because I wanted to see what would happen next while enjoying the journey. All the things I wanted to see and know about Reeve come to light.

He does not disappoint at all, because the Reeve Sallis in Last Kiss is the real deal compared to the one in First Touch. I absolutely loved Reeve.

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I always knew Reeve was extremely perceptive, but have discovered that he's also rather intuitive, too. And when Reeve sets his mind to something, he doesn't give up, ever. He can read Emily better than she realizes as she tries to sort out where her loyalties lie and what she's willing to sacrifice in the name of love. Emily is a really fascinating character to me because she is constantly questioning herself and what she deserves, but at the same time, she really will put herself last.

She's not a born fighter, but she's always been a resilient survivor. The additional past flashbacks between Emily and her best friend Amber were enlightening. They were so different from one another and I could see how they were drawn to each other and what made their friendship so strong and solid as well as the opposite.

When remaining the details are revealed, I was impressed by how the clues were there all along even though I didn't put it together myself. The suspense element is still present, but maybe at a little bit less momentum than in the previous book because Emily's quest has shifted gears.

The complexity of the relationships explored in this book had me hooked. Reading Last Kiss was like holding your breath underwater. You wanted to know how long you could last without coming up for air - and let me tell you, I tested my capacity. If you thought First Touch had you holding on to your seat, Last Kiss has you gasping at every corner while the words sunk into your soul.

By far one of the most mind thrilling books I've read, this series is a dark erotic thriller that keeps you guessing until the very end. I have to admit though, while Amber drove me absolu Reading Last Kiss was like holding your breath underwater. I have to admit though, while Amber drove me absolutely bat shit crazy, so did Emily. You will want to shake her harder than you've ever wanted to shake a fictional character in your life. She's sort of like that friend who continues to make bad decisions but who you love and support anyway, because you get her.

Reeve doesn't leave any doubt to who is the most bad ass, fucking awesome, anti hero in Romancelandia. He's everything you want him to be. I know I was nervous as hell when I finished First Touch - there are so many questions And she gives you all the answers. They may not be the answers you want. You may feel the storms of jealousy brew in your stomach and begin to ferment. You may want to obtain a degree in Speed Readers University so that you can just finish the damn thing and get every answer you want. Regardless of how you feel as to how everything shakes out, Laurelin creates a world of dark desire that I didn't want to step away from.

This book is that word that I hate, but must use here: Unputdownable. Jun 12, 1-Click Addict Support Group rated it it was amazing. Holy shit! Last Kiss is the second and final part of the First and Last series, and it blew me away! It was full of so many twists and turns, secrets and manipulations, I was glued to my kindle until the very end! When would I start doing things for my sake? Emily and Reeve continued to be hot as hell. But if you loved First Touch , then get ready for a wild ride through Last Kiss. I seriously read it in a day, unable to put it down until I knew the conclusion.

And every time I thought I knew what happened, I was completely wrong, and another loop was thrown in. Do yourself a favor and get lost in this twisted, sexy, devious tale of submission, friendship, and love. Jun 02, Astrid - The Bookish Sweet Tooth rated it really liked it Shelves: mindfuck , delectable-hero , sex-on-a-stick-male , arc , dark , dirty-talker , gritty , edgy , angsty , super-steamy. Where to begin After finishing First Touch I was left with anxiety for Reeve and Emily, knowing that the return of Amber would be a major disruption of the budding and fragile relationship these two had started to build.

And God, she was. This book had my stomach in a knot and carried me through the highest highs and the lowerst lows. I want to rip you to shreds. Want to fuck you to pieces. Want to shatter you. Want to break you. I tried to understand why she felt that way about her but all I could come up with was a false and undeserved sense of loyalty for Amber.

She didn't have any qualms laying blame on Reeve for whatever she thought he was capable of doing but never thought that her friend wouldn't be as well-meaning as Emily thought she was. What I did love though was the stark contradiction of her need to submit and her independent spirit as well as her strength. Reeve on the other hand was the person who kept me reading. He fought for his love, he was probably even more frustrated than I was with Emily and at some point I really thought she didn't deserve it, didn't deserve this intense, strong, dominant man.

When he opened up completely to her it was the most beautiful thing in the world. I KNEW what was coming. I knew it in my bones but it was still so well executed that it was a punch to my gut. I hated her throughout the whole book. This was a captivating read and a worthy conclusion of the First and Last series.

It would have been a 5 star read for me if I hadn't been so frustrated with Emily not owning up to her feelings for Reeve. He did everything he could to make it right for her, to be the man she needed him to be, yet, she betrayed his trust and love everytime she raised her suspicion towards him. The way she held on to her misguided sense of loyalty and friendship for Amber was frustrating, it just went on for too long.

Frustration notwithstanding, Laurelin Paige's ability to write a raw, intense story left me in awe. Some of her dialogues were almost poetic in their essence and have made Reeve's and Emily journey unforgettable. View all 26 comments. Jan 30, Snow rated it really liked it. Now, after reading the prologue, my "knowing" of the mentioned above was cemented, so after I went in anyway, I was starting to get quite annoyed by the events concerning the three He wasn't perfect at all BUT he was consistent and it's one of my pet peeves, i guess I love consistensy with my characters - if you're bad, be the baddest mother fucker there is, if you're shit, be THE shit, even if you are meek, be meek BUT don't mess me up with the "jo-jo" effect in your behavior, I fuckin hate that View all 4 comments.

Martin's Press, via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review. How do you choose between the two people you belong to? You actually have quite a sense of humor. He acted as though it was the very last thing he expected. Was he so sure that her entire family was pushing for a match between them? Definitely not Daddy. He thinks you hung the moon. She thinks he can do nothing wrong so if you have his stamp of approval you have hers.

She shrugged. Different woman on your arm every week. You just want to get me into bed. A blast of heat surged into her cheeks and she ducked her head. Stupid thing to blurt out. I do want you in my bed. I want you to enjoy your meal. She ate mechanically. What did women do in situations like these? Here was a man obviously determined to take her to bed. Did she play it cool? Did she go on the offensive? Did she offer to undress for him?

Firm hands rested on her shoulders and squeezed reassuringly. She yanked her head up to see Devon behind her. How had he gotten there? Come here. On shaking legs, she rose to stand in front of him. He touched her cheek with one finger then raised it to her temple to push at a tendril of her hair. He traced a line over her face and down to her lips before finally moving in, his body crowding hers.