The Last Boyfriend : Forever Love

  • by J. S. Cooper
  • Narrated by Saskia Maarleveld
  • Series: Forever Love
  • 5 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Lucky Morgan has had her share of heartbreak. She is devastated when her boyfriend dumps her after sleeping with him, and she vows to herself that she won't be used again. She decides that the next guy she dates and sleeps with, will be her one true love.
Zane Beaumont is a mysterious and snooty guy that comes into her diner every Friday night, always with a different girl. He's the type of guy she has learned to avoid: carefree, fast, handsome, rich, and sarcastic. Unfortunately, she can't stop thinking about the devilish gleam in his eyes.
When Lucky's car breaks down one night after a party, it is Zane who comes to her rescue. As Zane attempts to sweep Lucky off of her feet, she soon realizes that nothing is as it seems - Zane may very well be the guy for whom she changes the rules. That is until she meets Braydon...
New Adult Contemporary Romance **Mature Content** Recommended for ages 17+ due to sexual situations and language.


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Completely illogical!

My biggest complaint is that it is completely illogical. I mean my brain was screaming "WHAT THE HELL?" the whole time I was reading. You can't connect to characters, or a story for that matter, if their actions or responses make no sense. The dudes seem to exhibit multiple personality disorder yet she continues to hang out with them. She withdraws from school during her last semester to take a job working for Dude A which requires her to travel across the country the very next day (this is a decision made in a manner of seconds, btw). Huh???? They don't really know each other, he acts like a total chauvinist and even manhandles her and she's willing to drop out of school for some job she knows virtually nothing about?
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- Katie


Any additional comments?

I don't know if it was the book or the narrator. Maybe both. Not very interesting in all aspects.

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- cjw

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-19-2013
  • Publisher: Jaimie Mancham-Case