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Friday, May 30, 2014

Review: The Last Good Night (The Last Good Knight #5) by Tiffany Reisz



Print Length: 28 pages
Publisher: Harlequin MIRA (May 10, 2014)

From Goodreads.com: The Last Good Knight: An Original Sinners novella told in five parts.

Part V: The Last Good Night

Now that the perpetrator has been apprehended, Nora sadly acknowledges she doesn't need a bodyguard anymore. She adores Lance and wants to keep him but is faced with a dilemma—if she uses her connections to help Lance, she'll have to give him up forever…

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My Rating: 5 stars out of 5

WARNING #1: This book is recommended for mature audiences ONLY due to language and explicit sexual content.


WARNING #2: This series of novellas are prequels to her Original Sinners series . While they can be read as a stand alone series, there will be some spoilers revealed. 


The fifth installment of the "Last Good Knight" series picks up where book four left off. As I've said before, I still don't completely understand why this was released in "installments" instead of one complete novella, the writing and plot outshines any ire that I may be feeling. 

This fifth installment, to me anyway, was the most emotional of all the series. Once again Ms. Reisz has twisted my heart (and my emotions) until I felt as stripped as her characters. The ending of this installment was definitely tear inducing. You could feel Nora's pain as she was faced with difficult choices, and you found yourself, as she was, torn between seeing her do what her head told her to do, or following her heart and taking the chance on true happiness with Lance. 

It does explain some of the reasoning behind Nora's behavior later on, with how she interacts with Wesley for example, holding him at arm's length for so long instead of seeing if there was any potential there. There was also a harsh light shined on the world that with live in, in that unjust things happen to good people simply because their lifestyle is perceived as different.

I would definitely recommend this (and her other novels if you haven't read them) to those that enjoy a good, well-written erotica story. 

DISCLAIMER: I received a copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review. This has not affected my review in any way, all opinions contained in this review are 100% my own.

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