Review: My Love At Last
MY LOVE AT LAST - Donna Hill
Harlequin Kimani Romance
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October 2015
CATEGORY ROMANCE
REVIEWER:   Brenda Larnell | RATING:  A
REVIEW: We are back in Sag Harbor where love matches are made. What a perfect setting for this story because it brings back memories of Melanie Harte, owner of The Platinum Society, Maurice and Layla Lawson, Desiree and Lincoln who were protagonists in their own stories of finding love in Sag Harbor. So the characters, along with the setting, combine to attach this story to the other Sag Harbor books and The Lawson Family of Louisiana stories. I love it when the author succeeds in creating that connection. In MY LOVE AT LAST, we are introduced to another scion of that famous Lawson clan; Connor Lawson who specializes in historic restoration. Enter, Dr. Olivia Gray, an anthropologist who specializes in researching lost communities.

Connor and Olivia have a lot in common. Not only do they share a passion for uncovering and preserving artifacts from the past, but they also have issues from their pasts that are buried and must be exposed in order for them to successfully navigate to a future life together. For Olivia, the absence of a stable family life serves as a nagging disconnect that she seeks to resolve. Connor, on the other hand, is a member of a family that is established and steeped in legacy.  In spite of that, Connor and Olivia are drawn to each other, and the chemistry between them is off the chart! The side characters smoothly blend into the storyline and help to provide a credible conclusion and happy-ever-after ending for the lovers.

Although
MY LOVE AT LAST is part of a series, it can be read as a stand alone. However, if you are not familiar with the Sag Harbor and Lawson family stories, then I suggest you check them out because you are missing out on some entertaining stories by a prolific author. I recommend MY LOVE AT LAST; it’s a very good read!

16th November 2015 | romcol@caribsurf.com