I received an ARC of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

I think this book was sweet and light. I love second chance romances. I really like it when the main characters have history, and they are now working on resolving their past issues as well as fighting for another chance to be together.

As a first book in this new series, Last First Kiss does a great job of getting the readers’ attention and hooking them in enough to get any reader excited for the next books. I can already see that the theme of this series will be sweet and not so angsty, which a lot of people will find enjoyable.

My first Lia Riley book didn’t really do much for me. With this book,  I liked this better story-wise because of the hero and his efforts to win back the girl. I also like the angle of a generations-long family feud. That arc made the book more exciting and dramatic.

While I truly liked this book, I can’t really say that it’s one of those books that I loved above all else or even remember for years to come. I think I have been through so many books in the same category to get them interchanged. That’s on me. But that’s how it is with me and some of the books I’ve read.

I find that nothing sets this book apart from its contemporaries. While truly fun and light, I was waiting for something big to hook me in emotionally. If you are looking for a book you can get emotionally invested on, this one isn’t for you. However, this book is perfect for when you just want to read a light story and enjoy the sweetness of falling in love and the feeling of home in a small town. I will still recommend this boom because I know that a lot of romance readers definitely deserve something light every once in a while.

Reading Order [book-series]
Book 1 – Last First Kiss
Book 2 – Right Wrong Guy
Book 3 – Best Worst Mistake

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