5 Star Review: Make It a Double (Last Call, #2) by Sawyer Bennett

Friday 4 April 2014
Make It a Double (Last Call, #2)Make It a Double by Sawyer Bennett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wow, another amazing book from Sawyer Bennett - Love Brody!!!
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Who knew after the delights of Hunter and Gabby that they could be replaced so easily by Brody and Alyssa. I loved On the Rocks but for me, Brody's story was just magical.

You found out most of Brody's past in On the Rocks but his story and secrets are told in detail in Make it a Double. Brody was cast as being a brooding character in the first instalment of the Last Call series but when you finally get to meet the real Brody in Make it a Double you can help but fall for him. He has suffered and tried to piece his life back together again assuming that for him his HEA will never happen being a troubled ex-con but Alyssa comes along to prove him wrong and to show him that happiness for him really can exist.

Alyssa runs the Haven no-kill animal shelter and struggles on her own to keep on top of the daily tasks. It's with a shelter related problem that she turns to Hunter for his help only to find Brody available instead. Following Brody's outburst about her in the past, Alyssa is reluctant to accept his offer of support but swallows her pride and lets him help her out. Slowly, Brody comes to realise that Alyssa is not who he thought she was and he starts to warm to being in her presence. It doesn't take long for Alyssa and Brody to develop feelings for each other as they work side by side and their story truly begins.

"You are one seriously gorgeous man, Brody. Every woman that comes in Last Call drools in your wake. I can't believe you don't know that."

Alyssa herself has her own problems but Brody is there to support her and to keep her safe. As the two start opening up to each other you get an idea of what has prevented them from trusting people in their lives.

Alyssa and Brody's relationship is off the walls hot but also sweet and tender and you feel every nuance of their emotions as you read their story.

This book ends on a HEA and it is recommended to be read after On the Rocks.

Complimentary copy received in return for an honest review

Reviewed on behalf of Jezabell Girl & Friends....




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