The Last Bride : DiCarlo Brides

  • by Heather Tullis
  • Narrated by Valerie Gilbert
  • Series: DiCarlo Brides
  • 10 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When Gage learned that George DiCarlo thought he would make a great match for his youngest daughter, Gage was not interested. Not even if she was beautiful, talented, kicked butt on hiking trails and could challenge even his love of skiing.
When Jonquil's learns about it a year later, her reaction is exactly the opposite. After watching the rest of her sisters fall in love with the men her father hoped they would connect with, she is curious about the one he had planned for her. But Gage is not making it easy and plenty of problems stand between them - her half-sister, Angela, from her family back in Philadelphia seems determined to keep her on her toes and threats against Gage's family keep them guessing all the way.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

a fitting end to the series.

the story and writing were good, although not as great as the first five. I just didn't love this one as much as the others. don't get me wrong, it was still a great book and very entertaining. but something (I can't put my finger on it) was not a fabulous as the others! the narration was good as always.
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- karina Larson

the final book, almost a repeat

Would you try another book from Heather Tullis and/or Valerie Gilbert?

I would definitely listen to another book by Valerie Gilbert.


How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

I think a new refreshing take would have been a plus we've already had the gun toting villain


Any additional comments?

This is probably my least favorite book in the series. A lot of it seemed like it had already been done, the stuck in a cave, the villain chasing and shooting at the lead. so Jonquils story seemed like a repeat for awhile. I hated Natalie from the beginning and found myself hating them for enabling her. They should have told her to get lost and grow up a long time ago. overall this was an entertaining series, I just wish this last book would have been something new and refreshing. I listen to the book on audible the narrator did a fantastic job with each book in the series.

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- Lauren Alumbaugh

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-29-2014
  • Publisher: Jelly Bean Press