- Series: A Lucky Harbor Novel (Book 5)
- Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
- Publisher: Forever; d edition (June 26, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1455503746
- ISBN-13: 978-1455503742
- Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1 x 7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 153 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #251,235 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"4 Stars! Shalvis's latest Lucky Harbor novel is a winner-full of laughter, snark and a super-hot attraction between the main characters. Shalvis has painted a wonderful world, full of entertaining supporting characters and beautiful scenery."―RT Book Reviews
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"Heartwarming and sexy...an abundance of chemistry, smoldering romance, and hilarious sisterly antics."―Publishers Weekly on Simply Irresistible
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"Ms. Shalvis characters leap off the page"―RT Book Reviews
"Shalvis writes with humor, heart, and sizzling heat!"―Carly Phillips, New York Times Bestselling Author
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Amy is a strong and sassy heroine with a big heart. She's made mistakes growing up and survived being a teenage runaway. Following her grandmother's journal to Lucky Harbor, she is looking for hope, heart, and peace her grandmother once found a long time ago.
Matt Bowers is a to-die-for hero...carefree, laid back, and easy on the eyes. He is a former Navy and Chicago Swat officer. When an incident on the job causes him to lose everything, he moves his life to Lucky Harbor to find peace.
Matt and Amy have been circling each other for months until one day Amy gets lost in the woods and Matt rescues her. When they are forced to stay over night in the woods because a tree has fallen and blocked the road, they find themselves no longer able to resist the sexual attraction they have for each other.
I love the chemistry build up between these two. It's hot enough to ignite the pages.
"He looked her over, making her every nerve ending tingle with awareness, though his gaze was more inquisitive than sexual, as if making sure she was okay, though she had no idea why she wouldn't be.
Then he smiled, and oh, how her misbehaving nipples loved that predatory smile. If his intense, concerned once-over had done things to her, his smile just about undid her from the inside out.
This is such a sweet story about finding yourself. These two people are wounded. They both fight becoming too emotionally involved with one another. They have so many trust issues and hurts that they struggle to let go of their past mistakes. And watching both characters become unraveled by there strong feelings is a roller coaster ride of emotions.
This series would not be complete without the charismatic side characters. You have Lucille who is a seventy something, nosey lady who knows anything and everything about the residents in Lucky Harbor and then posts it all on Facebook. Amy, Mallory (Lucky in Love), and Grace (Forever and a Day)have formed a friendship and meet once a week where they bond over chocolate.Then you have the bromance between Matt, Ty, and Josh. They work out together, climb together, and look out for one another. Not to mention all the other characters from books one through three that sometimes make an appearance. I feel so at home with the Lucky Harbor residents.
I am crazy in love with the Lucky Harbor series. These books always make me smile and laugh. You don't want to At Last. It's another great edition to this adorable and sexy series.
Amy is a waitress at the Eat Me diner. She is a strong and independent woman with a past filled with mistakes that she made as a teenager. She keeps her past to herself but has made friends with Mallory and Grace. She is in Lucky Harbor to follow her grandmother's journal. Her grandmother wrote that she had found hope, peace and heart in Lucky Harbor; and Amy wants that for herself. The reader gets insight into Amy's past when she tries to help a troubled teen, Riley, who reminds her of her past.
Matt Bowers was in the Navy and then a SWAT officer in Chicago before he lost everything by doing the right thing. He came to Lucky Harbor to find peace and no personal commitments outside of his job as a Forest Ranger supervisor.
If you have read the previous books, you know that Matt and Amy give off sparks just by being in the same room. In this book, the sparks cause passion to explode as they try to have a "no-strings" relationship.
Readers get to visit with old friends from Lucky Harbor, Mallory, Ty, Sawyer, Grace, Josh and Lucille, who helped to keep this story moving. I would love to know these people in real life. They are great friends who support Amy and Matt throughout this book. Amy and Matt grow so much in this story into people who accept themselves as they are now and not who they were in their past.
Jill Shalvis has given readers a story filled with laughter, passion, friendship and love.