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  • Author:
    Gwynne Forster
  • ISBN:
    1583145346
  • ISBN13:
    978-1583145340
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  • Publisher:
    Harlequin Kimani Arabesque; Original edition (July 23, 2004)
  • Subcategory:
    United States
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  • Rating:
    4.4
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Last Chance At Love book.

Last Chance At Love book. Last Chance At Love by Gwynne Forster released on Jul 23, 2004. Her new assignment, an explosive story involving mysterious bestselling author Jacob Covington, could be the answer.

Part of the Sizzling Sands Series). Gwynne Forster takes you on a roller coaster ride that leaves you holding your breath with each page turn of the book allowing you to see that one person can have many personalities but if details are paid attention to you will recognize one you have come to admire. Jacob Covington was a national best seller author who also operative as an undercover operative for the State Department.

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Written by Gwynne Forster, Audiobook narrated by Cary Hite. Narrated by: Cary Hite. Length: 9 hrs and 32 mins.

She holds a bachelor’s and master’s degrees in sociology and a master’s degree in and has traveled and/or worked in sixty-three countries.

Jake said at dinner, savoring his third helping. This is the standard by which catfish should be judged. sed that he enjoyed her aunt’s cooking. As long as there’s a bed nearby, I wouldn’t mind. He stopped eating long enough to ask Frances, How did you, a Southern woman, happen to settle here?. A smile of sweet memory lit Frances’s face. I sang with the big bands, she said, her eyes sparkling with remembrances of her younger days. There wasn’t a girl singer anywhere who could.

But as they work side by side during Jacob's book tour, Allison finds herself falling in love-and in a dilemma about what to do. The expose is her ticket to success, but revealing the truth about Jacob's past as an undercover State Department operative could jeopardize his career and destroy a summer romance that holds the promise of a lifetime of happiness.

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0 5 Author: Gwynne Forster Narrator: Cary Hite. Download books offline, listen to several books continuously, choose stories for your kids, or try out a book that you didn't thought you would like to listen to. How much will she risk for love? Fired from her prestigious job, journalist Allison Wakefield is now working for a tabloid newspaper, and she's desperate to find a way to get her career back on track.

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Last Chance At Love by Gwynne Forster released on Jul 23, 2004 is available now for purchase.

Llallayue
Jake and Allison, interesting back story. Reporter and an author. Jake the with his secret life and Allison with hers. Having to be vulnerable with their deepest thoughts. The two worlds collide as Allison is rebuilding her career after a damaging mistake. Jake longing to have a position that would be jeopardized if one knew his past. How does the two come together for a love to last.
Rasmus
Last Chance at Love is a well written ,action packed ,love story. Jake and Allison's characters are well matched and entertaining. I would recommend this book to all romance lovers who like intrigue as well. Four star worthy!
Gashakar
This book is very good and the characters are really good. The rest of Mrs Forster books are really good.
Nothing personal
It was a very interesting book, but entirely too long.
Meri
Realistic
Budar
Title: Last Chance At Love
Author: Gwynne Forster
Publisher: Harlequin Kimani Arabesque
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Rating: 5
Review:

How Much Will She Risk For Love?

"Fired from her prestigious job, journalist Allison Wakefield is now working for a tabloid newspaper, and she's desperate to find a way to get her career back on track. Her new assignment, an explosive story involving mysterious bestselling author Jacob Covington, could be the answer. When Allison first encounters the author while visiting her aunt's home on Idlewild Lake in Michigan, she realizes that Jacob is one subject she wouldn't mind getting to know more intimately….

But as they work side by side during Jacob's book tour, Allison finds herself falling in love—and in a dilemma about what to do. The exposé is her ticket to success, but revealing the truth about Jacob's past as a State Department undercover operative could jeopardize his career—and destroy a summer romance that holds the promise of a lifetime of happiness."

What I liked from this read...

This was a wonderful beautiful read that once you start you will find it hard to put down until he very end. The two main characters Allison Wakefield and Jacob Covington were quite a interesting
pair and being put together whether it was wanted or not was really fascinating to read.
Allison had a job that meant that she had to do what she had to do to get the story and not let no one, not very Jacob Covington stop her from getting what she needed for this story about which was about 'him.' Jacob on the other hand was a very private person that was determined that there were some things in his life he wanted kept that way. With Allison having been fired earlier from a prestigious journalist job due to the fact she hadn't done her job well she was determine that that would not be the case in this job even if that meant that she had to become a under cover sleuth to find more out about Jacob. It was really intriguing when Allison had to make a decision that could cost her happiness. What will she decide to do? How will this dilemma play out? To find these answers pick up "Last Chance at Love" to see how this author will bring it all out to the reader. I found "Last Chance at Love" a wonderful entertaining love story that will give you some food for thought in this well written novel by a wonderful author. Would I recommend? YES!
Zuser
The Journal Editor Bill Jenkins assigns reluctant reporter Allison Wakefield to dig up skeletons on author Warren Jacob Covington. Allison does not want to be a muckraker, but knows that scandals are what keep the Journal afloat. She decides that she will do the investigative piece, but not destroy the impeccable reputation of the man although she knows Jenkins will not be pleased.

Allison tries her hand at being an undercover sleuth as she trails her target, who proves to be very elusive and attractive while on a book tour. She finally encounters Jake in Idlewood Lake, Michigan, and finds she wants him as much as he desires her. However, she digs up an incredible story about his work as an undercover State department operative, but exposing him could cause harm to many people besides being illegal.

Gwynne Foster always comes through with a fabulous tale of love and her latest will elate readers due to the strong ethically inclined lead couple and the real headlines backdrop. The story line centers on the romance, but her assignment and his other occupation make a permanent relationship seem impossible. Ms. Foster's fans will appreciate the moral dilemma facing Allison as she must decide what is right even if that might cost her a lifetime of happiness. The headlines exposé involves someone in the Administration illegally giving the name of an operative to the media over a year ago with no one arrested. Thus the audience sees a "real" scenario from the media perspective (did the reporters really need to release the name?) and from the operative's point of view without losing sight of the romance. Great work once again by a sure shot author.

Harriet Klausner
WHO thought it was a good idea to have Cary Hite narrate this book? His voice just doesn't compliment the story, it's thin and tinny (add a horrid twang, especially when portraying the aunt). It's so bad that, unfortunately, I can't do a fair review of the book because I can't get past the first few chapters. Putting it on the lowest volume didn't help. I listen to audio books all day at work and in the car, and the narrator can make or break the story.

And then the description of Jacob, "African American with some native American ancestors"?! It might has well said "Ooh chile, he black, but he must have some Indian in his family cuz he got some good hair." Whomp! Just no.