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4.3 out of 5 stars
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4.3 out of 5 stars
Last Chance Cafe: A Novel
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on 28 December 2004
I think the previous reviewer must be referring to a different book of tis title , as the story is not of someone going to stay with their aunt for the summer.
A divorced mum of twins is forced to flee following the murder of her stepfather, as her ex-husband, an asst DA, may have something to do with it.
She stumbles upon the Last Chance Cafe where the locals take her and her daughters in and she ends up falling for Chance Qualtough, a rancher. There are other, easily liked, characters, and this book is full of passion and in line with most LLM books. Would recommend.
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on 26 February 2015
I enjoyed this book very much. It had some twists and turns that kept me interested. If you want a thriller with a bit of the human touch and the story of success of a single mom winning the battle of a tough set of circumstances read this as a break from the normal criminal story line.
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on 6 February 2014
I found the story riveting and didn't want it to end. I Also enjoy reading Linda lael miller and will be reading more of her books
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on 25 February 2015
Oh my word this was a sweet romantic story!! Almost near the end of the story Chance is gunned down suddenly and unexpectedly. Totally not what I thought would happen to the hero. But then the heroine leaves him during his recovery and doesn't come back for 6months harsh? You bet! It kept me reading right through the night. It was her fault he got shot then she feels the need to go back to her old life and leaves him in a bad way. Not sure I liked that part but it ended just nice.
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on 16 January 2015
good
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on 10 May 2003
I got this book free with a magazine and was bored so thought id give it a read.
Its the story of a girl who goes to stay with her Auntie for the summer and is dreading it. However, once she arrives things aren't as bad as she thought they would be.
The book is quite entertaining to read though a little predictable. The characters are original and likeable, and it is interesting to see the main character develop and to learn more about the background characters.
Overall, The Last Chance Cafe is an enjoyable read if you're wanting something light, fun and not too long, but don't be expecting anything magnificent.
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