Book Review

LAST CHANCE KNIT AND STITCH
by Hope Ramsay

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: HOT

RT Rating

Ramsey’s newest in her Last Chance series is an entertaining, if slightly overdone, novel. She fills the tale with a zany cast of supporting characters that make up for somewhat lackluster main characters. Readers will find more interest in the side stories than their actual romance together.

Molly Canaday isn’t suited to running her mother’s knitting shop, but that is what she winds up doing when her mother takes off for parts unknown. Enter Simon Wolf, who returns to Last Chance for his father’s funeral. He plans on being in town only long enough to settle his father’s estate and arrange for his mother’s care. However, after a run-in with stubborn and opinionated Molly he is intrigued and attracted. As Simon and Molly attempt to deal with the curve balls life has thrown at them, the attraction they feel will have each of them rethinking long-held beliefs about life — and love. (FOREVER, Nov., 384 pp., $8.00)

Reviewed By: Sabrina Cooper

Publisher: FOREVER

Published: November 2013

Reader Rating

4.5 Stars

Average Rating: 4.5 Stars
(1 ratings)

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