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by Tiffany Reisz
Released: May 9
Series: The Last Good Knight #4
Published by Harlequin MIRA
At only 25 pages, Reisz manages to capture a lot despite the tight word count. The pacing remains on point and the endings never leave the reader feeling frustrated or unsatisfied. ~ Under the Covers
In the fourth instalment to the Last Good Knight serial, we see Nora toying with the idea of keeping Lance. As the serial has progressed, we learned about Lance’s ex-wife and his daughter, Maya. His kink and his desire to submit has put Lance in a very difficult situation. In order for him to get joint custody of his child, Lance needs to make a decision that will ultimately change his life.
At only 25 pages, Reisz manages to capture a lot despite the tight word count. The pacing remains on point and the endings never leave the reader feeling frustrated or unsatisfied. It’s just enough to keep you interested and that’s what I love about this serial.
*ARC provided by publisher
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