ARC Review: His First and Last by Terri Osburn

Posted April 29, 2015 by Angela in Reviews / 4 Comments

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ARC Review: His First and Last by Terri Osburn
His First and Last
by Terri Osburn

4 Stars


Released: April 21st 2015
Published by Montlake Romance
Pages: 289
Format: eARC


“His First and Last by Osburn is an enjoyable story of second chances in a small town setting full of humor and lots of feels.” ~ Under the Covers

California was a bust. After twelve long years of pursuing an acting career, Lorelei Pratchett is going back to her hometown of Arden Springs to lick her wounds. The plan is to regroup and to stay only as long as needed. Ardent Springs has never been kind to her and staying is not an option…or so she thought.

Spencer Boyd let Lorelei go once, but now she is back he is determined not to make the same mistake twice. Unfortunately, convincing Lorelei to stay will prove to be more difficult than he planned.

His First and Last by Osburn is an enjoyable story of second chances in a small town setting full of humor and lots of feels. The romance between Lorelei and Spencer was sweet. I love the courtship and Spencers attempts to make Lorelei stay. He was quite a romantic and knew how to play his cards right. I love Lorelei. Though some of her decisions were not great, she proved her worth as Spencer’s girl.

I also enjoyed small-town backdrop. It was full of gossips and meddling neighbors but also sweet and loving folks who would make you want to stay and move in. Lorelei’s friend Snow did just that, and I believe her story is up next. I’m predicting her story to be more angsty and full of spice. She seems to be the no-nonsense kind of girl and will voice out exactly how she feels. There’s definitely more of her than meets the eye. I can’t wait to read her story.


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About Terri Osburn

Although born in the Ohio Valley, Terri Osburn found her true home between the covers of her favorite books. Classics like The Wizard of Oz and Little Women filled her childhood, and the genre of romance beckoned during her teen years. In 2007, she decided to put pen to paper and write her own. Just five years later, she was named a 2012 finalist for the Romance Writers of America® Golden Heart® Award. The author of the Anchor Island contemporary romance series, you can learn more about this author and her work by visiting her website at


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I am young at heart and a die hard romantic living in California.I am happily married to a man who understands my love for reading, blogging and my book boyfriends. I have two beautiful girls who are also avid readers but forbidden to any of my books.I like running, CrossFit and eat healthy but not necessarily good at it.My motto is “I have the right to choose my calories” and often, my choice of poison is a bag of Flammin’ Hot Cheetos.

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Amy R

Thanks for the review, sounds like a nice book.


Thanks for the review Angela

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Sharlene Wegner

I read this last week! Loved it! Terri’s other series, Anchor Island, is excellent, too! Thanks for the great review!


Love smalltown romances and am beginning to enjoy second chance stories as well