The Last Woman He’d Ever Date by Liz Fielding

Posted May 10th, 2012 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Review, Romance / 3 comments

The Last Woman He'd Ever DateThe Last Woman He’d Ever Date by Liz Fielding
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Book Blurb:
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 him.
Most wary of: Journalists—especially pretty ones, like new neighbor and tenant Claire Thackeray.

A 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 the town’s bad boy made good Hal North and single mom and gossip columnist Claire.

I loved Claire’s character She was feisty and sassy, the banter between Claire and Hal was an absolute treat to read…

A quote from the book:
“I brought your shoe” he said
She took it from him without slowing down, without looking at him. It was caked in wet sticky mud and she tossed it defiantly back into the ditch.
‘That was stupid’
‘Was it?’ probably. Undoubtedly. She’d come back and find it later….

The Last Woman He’d Ever Date is a feel good romance, a perfect read for any reader looking to get away from all the angst filled reads out there.

3 Responses to “The Last Woman He’d Ever Date by Liz Fielding”

  1. Jenny Haddon

    I agree, it’s a lovely book. You feel for both of them – and there is that lovely Fielding humour, too.

    (And I’ve read it because Liz sent me a copy, Princess Fiona. Just occasionally there are perks to being a writer.)