A review by leahsbooks
The Final Chance, by Cait Marie

emotional hopeful fast-paced

5.0

I can't even begin to explain how much I love Cait's writing in general, and this book specifically. I read this book multiple times over a short period of time as a beta reader, and never got bored of it.

The story itself was one that I was eagerly anticipating, after reading The Last Summer and The First Holidays, and I couldn't wait to find out what happened between Beth Ann and Dylan. I loved the dual perspectives, and while I definitely liked Dylan's character a lot more than Beth Ann's in the beginning, Beth Ann grew on me a lot over the course of the book. I felt like Beth Ann's character grew a lot over the course of the story, and she changed so much.

The whole cast of characters were awesome. I enjoyed seeing how they interacted with each other. I especially loved seeing Cait embody the spirit of NYC and bring one of my favorite cities to life on paper in my favorite season of the year. I flew through the book (yes, each time I read it), and loved every minute of every single time I read it. The characters growing up and falling in love against the backdrop of one of the most vibrant cities in the world is definitely an experience not to be missed.

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