- File Size: 1997 KB
- Print Length: 373 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 22, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0797MZ4Y4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #174,002 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
With the Last Goodbye (Thirty-Eight Book 6) Kindle Edition
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It was only the first chapter and I was already crying. My heart hurt so much, I was frustrated at times, I swooned so hard and I laughed as well. Max and Josie had their ups and downs; they were adorable when they were together and when they weren’t. I so wanted to throw my kindle a few times. I loved this book so much. It was lengthier than her previous books but I still read it in two sittings.
I have been reading this series since 2013 (yup, the good ol’ Wattpad days) and I’m sad it’s over, but I’m looking forward to Len’s next book or series. If you haven’t discovered Len yet, then start with this amazing series of interconnected characters that will have your emotions all over the place (the angst is real). Here’s to my first 5 star read of 2018 and hope there are more to come!
After months of agonizing wait (you torture me, Len), the stunning conclusion to Max & Josie's heartbreaking journey has finally arrived, and as the song began to hit its final note, so has their story and it was every bit of bittersweet.
If I had thought book 1 was painful, it couldn't compare to what I went through in book 2. *Note: it is recommended that you pick up With The First Goodbye as this book is a continuation from book one.
From the start, I knew it would be a devastating read. At 17%, I was already reduced to a ball of sobbing mess.
It was pure emotional torture - something that Len has an affinity of - but I freaking loved every torturous second of it. I loved that Len managed to make me feel something genuine for the characters no matter how diverse the emotions are, I crave for the feelings I have whenever I read her works. Her writing has the ability to bring you up to the highest peak and soar through the skies but also has the power to lower you to the ground and ruin you in a split second. I loved that about her words. I loved that we can feel the emotions interlaced with each written sentences.
To some, Max and Josie's story may be a game of tug of war. They loved passionately, truly, madly and deeply, but they are stuck in a concept of love that both of them can't seem to get out of. Josie wanted someone to put her first, Max wanted to seek forgiveness for his past. Could Max be Josie's La vie en Rose - forever, knowing that he hasn't come to terms with the mistakes he made? Could Josie forgive Max for breaking her heart on the same day her entire world crumpled?
It's hard writing this review without giving away spoilers, especially when the most intense part was a huge spoiler of its own (the part I spent most crying over), it's something that I believe you have to read it to experience it, and it's not something that my words can do justice to. With the Last Goodbye was a bittersweet story of love, loss and finding redemption. It was raw, real and emotionally gripping - and I wanted to cry all over again because it's OVER and I couldn't accept the fact that it is - I fell in love with Max & Josie so hard, their story will forever stay in my heart.
I guess I also found my La Vie en Rose.
Gather your tissues because you won't emerge from the story unscathed.
PS. If you love to cry over books (and I do mean ugly cry with mucus running down your nose), then you HAVE to read ANY books by Len Webster. Trust me.
P.P.S This message is for Len, if she does stumble across my review, I wanted you to know that you completely ruined me, but I still love you anyways :p Haha! Thank you for such a beautiful story!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC of this book generously provided by LWoodsPR and the author. Thank you so much for the reviewing opportunity!
Max and Josie have a relationship that is very much an emotional rollercoaster. Their love for one another is constantly fighting against their own needs for love - Josie wants to be someone’s first choice and Max wants atonement for his past sins. I felt like they both knew the other was right for them but bad, horrible, crummy timing was a massive player in their relationship. And what I loved about these two leads was that both Max and Josie had flaws - real, relatable flaws. And this made the whole story more realistic and what helped me really connect to these two wonderful characters.
With the Last Goodbye is an emotional, angst-filled story and I ugly cried harder than I ever have before. And I actually want to read the book again - and no, I’m not a sucker for tears - but the experience of Max and Josie’s relationship is one that’s worth reliving. Reading it the first time, I was so desperate to find out how it all ends and rereading it will allow me to enjoy the story telling even more, not just the end result. And those tears weren’t just sad tears - I cried happy tears, shocked tears and tears of heartbreak. But this book was worth every tear I shed.
Len Webster is a phenomenally talented author and if you haven’t read anything by her she’s definitely worth adding to your TBR list. And I’d even recommend starting with Max and Josie’s story like I did - because despite being a part of the 38 series I didn’t feel like I had missed out by reading their story first. In saying that, I’m going back to start this series from the beginning and I can’t wait!!
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