Rachel and Sawyer are a perfect example of how Ms. Stopper merges fiction and realism to create courageous and informative stories. Not only does One Last Chance inspire, it just might have the power to heal others in similar situations. ~Goodreads reviewer
"One Last Chance is a great story about healing, time, and final realizations that was wonderfully written. ~Goodreads reviewer
Absolutely love this book! The series has been great and each installment just makes it better. The story of Rachel and Sawyer is very realistic, but it is great to see the happily ever after. ~Goodreads reviewer
From the Author
Finally! The story readers have been asking for since they first met Rachel in One Last Risk. Rachel has been struggling since she found a suspicious document in her parents attic a few years back. Add that to her own feelings being the youngest sibling and only girl in the loud, boisterous Bennett clan. She believed Shane's promises of love and safety. But we all know how hollow promises can be! And what was so all-fire important about that piece of paper to drive her into the arms of an abusive boyfriend?
Sawyer's had enough loss in his life that he can't put himself out there again. But he can't ignore the call when Rachel finally finds the strength to break away from the bastard she's been with since Sawyer got home from Afghanistan. But that was it--get her out and be done with it. So why was he driving her to his house and settling her in his guest room?
As Rachel heals, can she draw Sawyer out from behind the walls he's erected around his heart? She's sure going to try. Don't count her out. She finds strength she didn't know she had to fight for what she wants--and what she wants is Sawyer.
Summer is almost over. The days are growing shorter and the leaves are starting to change. But is love in the air in Oak Grove? You'll just have to turn the page to see.