Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Review: Last Call by Olivia Brynn

Last Call by Olivia Brynn

Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Eric Layton is used to being awakened by the phone. Firefighters are always on call.
When his phone rings in the middle of the night, he’s halfway to the door before he realizes that it isn’t his chief calling him in for an out-of-control fire. The woman on the other end, however, is a little out of control, and in fact a lot drunk. Before he can explain that he’s not her brother, her cell phone cuts out. His conscience won’t let him leave the woman waiting, but is he prepared for the chemistry that flares once the stranger climbs into his truck?

Ragan Jay's Review

In Last Call, Joanne suffers a day straight out of hell when her boyfriend/boss both dumps and fires her all in one swift shot. On the advice of her older brother, she drowns her pain in liquor and ends up in bed with a very sexy, very sweet guy named Eric all because of drunk dialing. Nothing happens at first. Until she wakes up more sober than expected and urgently needs to feel like a woman.

I’ve enjoyed Olivia Brynn’s work in the past and the feeling certainly hasn’t stopped here. The heat between Joanne and Eric simmers with wicked deliciousness and, let’s face it, no one can resist a modern day hero. The sexiness balances quite well with the sheer hilarity of Joanne’s drunken state as laugh out loud funny sails into toe curling passion with expert ease. Personally would have liked a little more get-to-know-you time but being the short story that it is, I didn’t put too much weight against the swift progression of their relationship. I would recommend this quick read for anyone looking for a little fun that’s a whole lot of hot around the edges.

3 ½ Tea Cups!

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