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Last Call by [Hart, Staci]
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Once Rose Fisher makes a decision, that’s it. End of story.

Like when her ex, Patrick, dumped her out of the blue, then showed up with a super hot, tatted up sex kitten on his arm. Then it was over for good. The end. Poof. Dead to her. Except he was everywhere — down the hall, at the bar with their friends, worming his way into her dreams.

But with their friends paired off, they’re left alone more and more. Rose is determined to keep him friendzoned — doesn’t matter that he stares at her with a smolder that drops all panties in a ten foot radius. She’s over him, and she’ll prove it by getting back into the dating game, Patrick be damned.

Patrick Evans is no stranger to consequences. When your mother walks out, your dad drifts away. When you leave home, you’re on your own. And when you run away from the girl you love, you lose her. He finally has an opportunity to rebuild the bridge he burned, and it’s not one he’ll take for granted. But he’ll have to fight for her, even if it hurts. Even if it means he’ll walk away brokenhearted. Because deep down, he knows that she’s it for him.

The trick will be to get her to admit she feels it too.

Last Call is a bestselling standalone romantic comedy and third book in the Bad Habits series.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 932 KB
  • Print Length: 356 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Promise Socks Publishing (15 February 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01BKVFFLQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #28,778 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Shortly before the events of the first book of the Bad Habits Series, With a Twist, Rose and Tricky (Patrick) had been in a relationship. One that eventually imploded, primarily due to the fact that all of the big conversations about how they felt, where they hoped their relationship was going ... all of it, were all continually put off, leaving nothing but guesses and assumptions to fill the void, and we all know what they say about assumptions.

Throughout both books, West and Lily's story and Cooper and Maggie's (Chaser), both Rose and Tricky are there in the background. Neither happy about their recent break up, neither hopeful of a possible reunion, neither ready to move on. Just stagnating, each in their own little pool of torment and turmoil.

Last Call, tells the thought provoking and heartfelt story of what happens when they separately resolve to do just that. At least Tricky resolves to get back together with Rose even while Rose has determined that its time to move on without him.

Rose's attempts to find someone new in a modern city filled with millions of people are disturbingly funny, and at times bittersweet, while poor tragic Patrick finally has an objective ... get Rose back ... but no plan as to how.

Woven through it all are wonderful subplots dealing with the themes of living your passion, addiction, loyalty and above all, friendship, since at the end of the day its friendship that brought this wonderful cast of characters together in the first place, not least of all Tricky and Rose themselves.
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Those pesky proofreading errors persist, but this is still a good read. The characters feel real, their issues don't come across contrived, and the outcome is always a HEA.
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Amazon.com: 4.6 out of 5 stars 195 reviews
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Tricky way to get the Rose 15 February 2016
By Old Dave's Romance Revue - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Shortly before the events of the first book of the Bad Habits Series, With a Twist, Rose and Tricky (Patrick) had been in a relationship. One that eventually imploded, primarily due to the fact that all of the big conversations about how they felt, where they hoped their relationship was going ... all of it, were all continually put off, leaving nothing but guesses and assumptions to fill the void, and we all know what they say about assumptions.

Throughout both books, West and Lily's story and Cooper and Maggie's (Chaser), both Rose and Tricky are there in the background. Neither happy about their recent break up, neither hopeful of a possible reunion, neither ready to move on. Just stagnating, each in their own little pool of torment and turmoil.

Last Call, tells the thought provoking and heartfelt story of what happens when they separately resolve to do just that. At least Tricky resolves to get back together with Rose even while Rose has determined that its time to move on without him.

Rose's attempts to find someone new in a modern city filled with millions of people are disturbingly funny, and at times bittersweet, while poor tragic Patrick finally has an objective ... get Rose back ... but no plan as to how.

Woven through it all are wonderful subplots dealing with the themes of living your passion, addiction, loyalty and above all, friendship, since at the end of the day its friendship that brought this wonderful cast of characters together in the first place, not least of all Tricky and Rose themselves.

Written as a interrelated standalone from alternate POVs I could clearly see how this book would work on its own, but appreciated the richness that reading the other two stories beforehand added to the feel of the relationships and cohesiveness of the central group of characters.

Staci Hart​'s writing style was easygoing and enjoyable with the drama and shenanigans liberally scattered throughout creating a complex web of ideas and characters that all accumulated into a beautiful little gem of a book that I simply didn't want to put down.

I firmly expect it wont be too long before I go back to the start and re-read the entire series. Loved it.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ...completely and unashamedly engulfed me 16 February 2016
By Brie Burg CCBH - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Last Call had me in it's clutches, claws sunk deeply into my very being as Staci Hart put me through the wringer.

With a Twist was my breath of fresh air, Chaser was my knock-my pure freaking magic and let's not be mistaken it still is-but Last Call, GAH Last Call is the long awaited finale to a series that has completely and unashamedly engulfed me!

Weston Williams was the sexy man bun, beard wearing intellectual being who made me fall for not only him, but every single one of his thoughts. Cooper Moore was the contradiction. Mine from page one and long after. Full of sentimental gestures, sincere moments, and genuine feelings. The complete opposite of what was expected of him. Then there was Patrick Evans.

He was so raw, the only word I can use to describe him. Hard eyes that burn a hole straight to your soul. Tattoos covering almost every inch of his skin, used as his own personal cautionary sign. Serving as the beautiful ugly truth of a life once lived. Though completely opposite from my forever love, Tricky still shares one trait in particular with Coop. Their emotions are naked. Unconcealed. Laid bare and they are the truth. They are the light in Patrick's dark tunnel of a past-honest, authentic, heartfelt, and undeniable.

Lily Thomas was very comedic, driven, and strong, yet very humble. Maggie Williams was the quirky, curly head wounded bird. Trapped in the broken pieces of her heart using control as a barrier against love. But Rose Fisher is the bar tending,skater chick who is watching everyone fall in that dreaded four letter word.

Though entirely different than Maggie Williams in characteristics there is still one likeliness between the two characters that could not be ignored. Both have been heartbroken, in a comparable way. Both feared love and the ability it has to crush your heart into a million tiny pieces, leaving your marrow to absorb the heartache. And Rosie is just as bullheaded as she is strong with the will to endure loneliness if it means protecting oneself from the repercussions of falling for someone.

Rosie and Tricky were like a tropical storm on the verge of becoming a hurricane. For awhile ignoring one another was easy. At least that's what everyone on the outside looking in thought. In reality it was one of the hardest battles these two found themselves fighting.

But when the reinforced walls finally find themselves being broken down and falling away Rose and Patrick's relationship intensifies. Showing us how powerful the chemistry between the broken duo is.

It's like a sexually charged game of tug a war that weakens both opponents until someone gives in.

When you're falling even deeper than you already were you risk being shattered. Uneasiness and apprehension plague both individuals until they are forced and left with no other choice than to fight for what they want.

And for Rose it will be in love and in life.

The journey these stories take you on, the emotions they pull out of you is an experience all on its own. As each one of these love stories came to an end I felt fully submerged in everything they gave to me.

Hope. Passion. Strength.

Now knowing this is the end, or shall I say the beginning of something truly beautiful I feel lost, empty, and abandoned. But knowing every word of each book will stay with me as one of my favorite series-I am found. Whole and basking in contentment.

Staci Hart continues to show us that her writing style is seasoned, her storylines developed, and her plots all out capturing. She immerses herself so deeply into her characters and into each one of their stories. I've seen what she can do when given a pen and paper. Now I'm anxious to see where she will go and not so patiently waiting to see where I will end up next time in the world of Staci Hart and her novels.

With a Twist left me a giddy mess twisted in the aftermath. Chaser left me chasing those heart stopping moments over and over again. And Last Call left me in an everlasting state of survival.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars good 17 February 2016
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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The story is finally clear on why Rose gave the glacial attitude to Tricky aka Patrick. They went from friends to lovers with the tagline that they could walk away remaining friends if it ever got to be to much (like that has ever worked). Only he executed a real d**k move and brought another chick to her workplace the next day!! Yeah, can't blame her for icing him out one bit.
Seven months later he decides he kind of wants her back. I say kind of because he is still stand offish when it comes to being open and emotional. He is blaming her for not trusting him but has he given her a reason to? I say no.
He sort of came through in the end but saying you'll stay even if that makes you bleed was not very reassuring as to their forever. I hope they can make it because I think they may be what the other needs if pasts can be left where they should be.
There were editing issues that bugged me. Added or missing words right from the start (3% mark).
5.0 out of 5 stars Last one and I could not be more excited to read it. 26 April 2017
By Sam Nania - Published on Amazon.com
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Last one and I could not be more excited to read it. This series has been fantastic, and I've been patiently waiting for Rose and Tricky.. while we get small snippets of Tricky giving Rose smoldering stares throughout the other books! I Just wanted to know all about Rose and Tricky and I definitely got that in this book.
First let me say this.. Wasted Words was my first RomCom by Staci and before that I wasnt really a RomCom fan but she hit that one out of the park.. I guess I just get her com. Now.. It literally took me 35% of Last Call to realize that Rose in Last Call is Rose in Wasted words. I love that connection. I love how Staci Hart overlaps her characters so that you feel like you already know them.
So this book.. God I wanted me some Rose/Tricky time. They are both so stubborn, but their attraction is undeniable. It was Hot and everything I wanted. Staci Hart had me freaking out one minute then laughing the next. The writing is awesome and the story is even better.
5.0 out of 5 stars I'd known this would be a favorite series of mine 21 April 2016
By Ballsachs - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
From the very first book, I'd known this would be a favorite series of mine. I was right. Also, from the very first book, I'd known Tricky was a character I wanted to know better. So since the first book, this is the one I'd been anticipating the most.

From the beginning and bits and pieces I'd gotten from the other two books, With A Twist and Chaser, I knew that Tricky, (or Patrick, which is his actual name) and Rose's relationship was rocky at best. I knew that it wouldn't be insta-love again for those two. Patrick messed up. Rose didn't help in that department either. They are the king and queen of avoidance and ignoring the problems at hand. Tricky and Rose would rather pretend nothing happened instead of talking it out and working on it. But ignoring is like a ticking bomb. Eventually it's going to explode in your face.

With their friends pairing off and moving on and growing up, it leaves exes Patrick Evans and Rose Fisher the odd ones out. But in Last Call they're forced - with a little nudge nudge from their friends - to be in the small confines of Rose's apartment together.

I don't like spoilers in my reviews so I'm just going to say this is such a fantastic book. I'm so sad that this is the last book of the series, because I wouldn't mind if Staci just kept going. Ellie needs her own book. *cough couch* Staci!!

Either way the three books in this series are all perfection but Tricky and Rose have a special place in my heart. This is definitely a 5 star review and one that I've been recommending to everyone.

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