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Home at Last Chance Mass Market Paperback – September 1, 2011
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"Witty, touching, and absolutely delightful - this story has heart!"―JoAnn Ross, New York Times bestselling author of The Homecoming on Welcome to Last Chance
"Welcome to Last Chance is an impressive start to a charming new series, featuring quirky characters you won't soon forget."―Barbara Freethy, USA Today bestselling author of At Hidden Falls
"Last Chance, South Carolina, is a caring community filled with the promise of hope. Come for a visit!"―Lori Wilde, USA Today bestselling author of The Welcome Home Garden Club
"Full of small town charm and southern heat, Welcome to Last Chance is humorous, heartwarming and sexy. I couldn't put it down!"―Robin Wells, author of Still the One
"Hope Ramsay delivers with this sweet and sassy story of small town love, friendship, and the ties that bind."―Lisa Dale, author of Simple Wishes on Welcome to Last Chance
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Sarah Murray is in way over her head and she knows it. As much as she wants to be a success at her job, she knows that she's just too "nice" to climb the corporate ladder. Sarah hopes that her "bad boy" client can help her to shed her "good girl" image, but spending time with Tulane and his family in tiny Last Chance, South Carolina has an unforeseen complication...Sarah finds herself falling for the NASCAR hottie.
Wow, what a lovely way to spend a late Summer afternoon! I really enjoyed this story, especially Tulane and his quirky family. Now it's not like I've never read a contemporary romance featuring a bad boy and the girl-next-door, but the author definitely put her own spin on the story. For one thing, Tulane's character is nicely developed and has far more depth than the typical `arrogant athlete' persona. Sarah is smart and appealing and their relationship seems to develop naturally over a period of time; it didn't feel forced or contrived.Read more ›
I wish the author had developed Sarah's former bull-rider turned preacher father.
I will re-read this story and always look forward to more from from this author.
No rocket science in the writing but good simple read. Follows the town of Last Chance, another heartwarming story that ends well.
This is the first time I have read a book by this author, and I enjoyed the story of Sarah and Tulane. It's the typical case of "opposites attract" and the two make a good pair. "Home at Last Chance" is the second in a series and from the description on the back of the book, I was expecting this book to be more along the lines of Debbie Macomber's "Cedar Cove" series. While both series treat the reader to a large cast of characters in a small town, along with plenty of romance, the Macomber's series has more down-to-earth relatable characters with more depth while Ramsay's Last Chance, South Carolina is filled with quirky characters that are fun, but seem two-dimensional. Sarah, Tulane, and Tulane's mother Ruby are well-developed and interesting, but while most of the other characters in the book are likeable, I didn't get enough information about them to really connect with them.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved the NASCAR story line. I think it resembles the real NASCAR very closely. Even with all the new corporate images that have to be projected, this was spot on!Published 17 months ago by cory72564
A little fantasy and a love story. All very entertaining. A enjoyable read that you do not want to put downPublished 23 months ago by Maralee Dyson
I really like the Last Chance books and read about more people from Last Chance South Carolina. A great read.Published on March 20, 2014 by Mary misak
Hope Ramsey always weaves a great story, that as readers we appreciate, the closeness of the small town vibe, where we know we will love most of her characters.Published on March 18, 2014 by Mustang Cherokee