The Last Woman He'd Ever Date

The Last Woman He d Ever Date Claire Thackeray Hardworking single mom and gossip columnist Hoping for the inside scoop on sexy billionaire Hal North aka her teen crush Most wary of Gorgeous men who set her heart racing Been there

  • Title: The Last Woman He'd Ever Date
  • Author: Liz Fielding
  • ISBN: 9780373178209
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • Claire Thackeray Hardworking single mom and gossip columnist Hoping for the inside scoop on sexy billionaire Hal North, aka her teen crush Most wary of Gorgeous men who set her heart racing Been there, got the T shirt and the baby Hal North Bad boy made good Back in his hometown as new owner of the Cranbrook Park estate Determined to put his troubled past behind hClaire Thackeray Hardworking single mom and gossip columnist Hoping for the inside scoop on sexy billionaire Hal North, aka her teen crush Most wary of Gorgeous men who set her heart racing Been there, got the T shirt and the baby Hal North Bad boy made good Back in his hometown as new owner of the Cranbrook Park estate Determined to put his troubled past behind him.Most wary of Journalists especially pretty ones, like new neighbor and tenant Claire Thackeray.

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    1. Very good book. Hal was once the bad boy of Maybridge, before he was chased out of town by Claire's father and the previous owner of Cranbrook Park. Now he is back, and the new owner of the estate. Claire's father is gone, so he intends to take his revenge on her, who he remembers as the local princess. Claire is now a single mother, working for the local newspaper. She remembers Hal very well, because she had had a crush on him. Now she wants to do a story on him, but he has no intention of giv [...]

    2. My Blog: HarlequinJunkie Romance ReviewsA Heartwarming romance! Let me start by saying that Ms. Fielding is a remarkable storyteller; she has a knack of drawing the readers in from the get go. The Last Woman He’d Ever Date is a wonderfully charming love story; with a magnificent setting of an English country side in “Canbrook Hall and a good dash of humor. Liz Fielding has written two exceptional and relatable characters in Hal North and Claire Thackeray, one can’t help but connect with th [...]

    3. A witty, charming, and wonderfully uplifting story from one of contemporary romance’s most dazzling voices, The Last Woman He’d Ever Date is the latest sublimely written tale from multi-award winning author Liz Fielding.Hal North had once been the village bad boy. Written off by his teachers as being a lazy troublemaker who only cared about wreaking mayhem wherever he want, Hal’s future looked bleak and miserable. But what the small-minded village gossips hadn’t realized was that Hal had [...]

    4. Liz Fielding is a must read among the Romance authors. Her stories combine nicely balanced humour with beautifully drawn characters and just a nice touch of sizzle.This is the story of two people whose lives had been impacted by the Master of Cranbrook Park Estate. Both Hal and Claire grew up on the Estate as children of employees of Sir Robert Cranbrook. Claire, the good girl living up to her mother's ambitions had little to do with the older but very attractive bad boy. Hal's behaviour when he [...]

    5. Article first published as Book Review: The Last Woman He'd Ever Date by Liz Fielding on Blogcritics.The Last Woman He'd Ever Date is a contemporary romance novel by Liz Fielding, published by Mills & Boon, as part of their RIVA line.It tells the story of Claire Thackeray and Hal North, two people who grew up in the same village, Cranbrook, but on very different sides of the fence, for want of a better description. Claire was privately educated and destined for great things. Hal was the loca [...]

    6. Having been holed up for the (lack of) Summer with a lot of great YA and crime reads, I was delighted to have the opportunity to read and review a romance book. Liz Fielding is a great writer, that is apparent from the off. She has a wit and sense of humour similar to mine, so the little jokes in the text and quips between the character suited me and I had a great laugh about them. Hal North is a character that you want to crack from the off, he is outwardly haughty, cold and indifferent to our [...]

    7. Not long ago I reviewed Liz Fielding's Little Book of Writing Romance and having enjoyed the theory, I was keen to see how Liz applied her wealth of knowledge. So along came The Last Woman He'd Ever Date. I knew that within a few pages the hero and heroine would meet, there would a connection - in this case, a forceful one on the lips. But just how would they resolve their differences, settle disputes and leave me the reader feeling as satisfied as Claire and Hal surely would be?They had grown u [...]

    8. I was delighted to receive an Advance Release Copy (ARC) of Liz Fielding's latest book, she is one of my favourite romance authors and I was keen to get stuck in.First of all, I loved the cover, both the image - although the models didn't really match what I had in my head (do they ever?) - and the blurb on the back, which was written in a different style than previous works I've read.When I pick up a Liz Fielding book, I know I'm going to get a good read and I wasn't disappointed. The character [...]

    9. This was a cute read. There is a revenge plot, but the hero isn't quite as odious about it as I've seen depicted in other books. I liked that the heroine had been knocked down by life a couple of times, but she always managed to get back up. My main quibbles were the pacing (the meet-cute goes on for multiple chapters and I think it could have been trimmed), and the absence of heroine's Mom and hero's father (outside of a couple of pages in Chapter 1). Both hero and heroine have emotional baggag [...]

    10. Real life really has got in the way with my reading, and hence I took much longer to read this than I should have. It was a little slower at the beginning (or that could have been me), and I wouldn't say it's 'beaten' my favourite of Liz Fielding's novels, however, still a good read. Liz does have a way of making the characters sizzle together, which I always enjoy.

    11. After finishing Broken Silence by Natasha Preston I really fancied something that sounded like a romantic comedy, this wasn't it, it was so much better than that, what a fantastic story, Hal North is definitely what the doctor ordered. This is definitely on my shelf along with the Beaumont Brides Trilogy.

    12. As usual, Liz delivers right on the nose. Lovely book, with characters that hit all the right buttons. My only complaint - it was over too soon.

    13. This one is the first book I read of Liz Fielding and I just loved it. The story flows like a river, chapter by chapter. Flawless writing and wonderful story line with strong characters. One of the best books I have read till now in 2017. The way she describes love, emotions and other things, makes you feel connected. You have earned a new reader today, Liz!!!

    14. Have you ever read a book, really enjoyed the story, but wished it had a better editor? This was one of those books for me as explained below. Claire is still living in her hometown in a rented cottage on the edge of the big estate. She’d been her parents golden child but made a young mistake and never left the village. Hal was the town bad boy who left, started a successful business and came back for mysterious reasons. Revenge? Charity? Who knows. The two meet cute – or reacquaint I should [...]

    15. Lovely story about the village bad boy who gets rich and buys up the local English estate for revenge, and the village good girl who had a crush on him back when but was too young to be on his radar, except as proxy for her father who made him mad back then. It sounds all angry and vengeful, but really, it's lovely, with sparkly dialog and a real life fairy godmother, of sorts.

    16. Quick romance novel with a rushed ending. I kept on thinking I'd skipped a part, because, with the book being from both characters' perspective, there was nothing to indicate what thought process went behind Hal's quick turn-around. BTW, the cover picture again has nothing to do with the book!

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