Under the Covers Book Blog reviews LAST CALL, book 2 in the Heat Wave series by Alannah Lynne. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Ms. Lynne brings depth to her characters and stories. As I read the book, I could picture in my head the places and people that she. Last Call: Heat Wave Novel 2 (Volume 2) [Alannah Lynne] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Gavin McLeod is a man who has it all.
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She’s also immediately taken with the hot man she thinks out of her league.
Alannah is a detail writer and I love that about her stories. We have two sons. Life throws a loop when some chemistry is felt beyond the mixtures Sunny makes with the bottles at the bar. Although I tend to like my books a bit more heated and more angsty; this proved to be a very entertaining book without having to add in too much fluff to spice it up or infuse unnecessary drama into the mix.
Last Call is the second book in the Heat Wave series by bestselling author Alannah Lynne and can be read as a standalone since there isn’t any direct relation between it and the first book. Between Gavin trying to find a balance between what he needs to do for his job and his budding relationship with Sunny, lxst story packs plenty of tension-along with plenty of hot and steamy scenes-and it kept me thoroughly drawn in from start to finish.
I think the narrator is key. But she’s also a confident woman, even if a bit innocent.
So basically it wasn’t bad. I think I may have to use some peppermint schnapps in the near future as well read the book and you will understand what I mean hehe.
Just be aware that these stories are not connected and can be read as stand alone. Sunny, who has raised her b Gavin, a sexy as all sin business man being groomed to be the next CEO, walks in to a bar with three females Her characters are full of passion and heat, as the reader sees not only in the main characters, but the secondary characters as well.
But when Gavin finds out that Max wants to buy Sunny’s bar so that he can build a oast resort on the very same beach that Gavin’s granddad use to bring him fishing at, those questions come barreling back with a vengeance. Slowly thought this began to take its toll.
Review: Last Call by Alannah Lynne
What did you think of our review? And believe me, I’m not usually a fan of the ‘insta-love’ concept. I confess that I skimmed through most of them, focusing on when it mattered to the whole of the story, All in all, Last Call was a fun, exciting read with lots of chemistry, complex characters and an interesting story that kept it all together.
Gavin, on the other hand, wanted something more and he didn’t know why that was. So to see her shine at moments makes you want to reach into the story and give her a big pat on the back for a job well done. I ended up stopping and starting a alannaj novel before bringing myself back to this lasst to finish which had me rating 2 stars vs 3.
I love the one night fling turned relationship aspect. When Gavin walked in her bar she knew what she wanted.
Last Call (Heat Wave, #2) by Alannah Lynne
What he doesn’t expect is their explosive chemistry on meeting that has him craving the seductive bartender, nor the devious plan his boss has cooked up that could endanger their lives. She loves going to work each day in sweats and a T-shirt and writing about hot heroes and feisty heroines who torment each other in the most delicious ways before alannag their happy ending. I thought it was interesting, but would have been better if there hadn’t been so much inner dialogue.
But what Gavin thinks he is there for turns out to be more sinister and that is when our story truly picks up. But when you get to where you think is the top, there’s always another mountain to climb and these are lessons that Gavin has to learn, too bad he learns them the hard way. For me, that’s too quick to have this be a romance because there’s nothing romantic about that – hormonal for a teenager yes but for grown folks, not so much.
Gavin and Ladt have some hard decisions to take, but also face physical danger and not just an emotional fallout if things go wrong. The next morning, however, she learns that in addition to rocking her world, the stranger might cause it to crumble. He’s got a cxll good job working for a man he practically considers family who is grooming him to take over as CEO for a million to billion dollar business.
I’m having a heat wave. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. This review is also posted at www. This second installment amped up the heat and offers a preview of what is to come in the next book. Sunny’s put every penny she has and a lot of hard work into this bar to make it a place where she and her brother can call home. Keeping Sunny and Gavin company is only one of the perks.