Review – His Last Redemption by Clarissa Yip

March 11, 2015 Review 0

Review – His Last Redemption by Clarissa Yip

First comes marriage. Then comes murder…

Lauren Burke waited fifteen months and twenty-three days for her divorce to be finalized. Instead, her ex-husband went one step further—he turned up dead. And the detective working on the case is none other than Kane Hollister—the man who ran off over three years ago and shattered Lauren’s heart into a zillion pieces…

It looks like Lauren, but she’s no longer the carefree girl Kane once knew. And yet he can’t deny the awareness that heats his blood at the sight of her. But when the death threats begin, Kane realizes that the killer has a new target…and it’s Lauren. Now he must protect the woman he’s always loved—and always hurt—from a vicious murderer. And when the sparks between them ignite, Lauren will have to make a choice between her life… or her heart!

Title: His Last Redemption
Author: Clarissa Yip
Source: Publisher
Published: March 10th 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romantic Suspense
Pages: 171
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: three-flames

Are you in the mood for a romantic stand-alone with a “who done it” feel? Look no further. This one’s for you.

We are immediately introduced to Lauren who is desperately trying to finalize a divorce, which is taking way to long. In fact, detective Kane Hollister has some news that will start a chain reaction of murders, mystery and of course, romance.

I really liked the plot in this one. It kept me glued to the book long enough to actually care to see who it may be, however, once I figured it out, I found myself just wanting to get to the climax quickly. The twists and turns were good and one of them even surprised me.

Kane and Lauren’s rekindling was hawt and heavy at times, but it also ran cold. Just like it was supposed to do in the story line. Did I buy the “reason” things went sour? Nah, but that’s just me.

Overall, this kept me entertained. Would I recommend it? As a stand-alone, yes. It was a relatively quick and easy flowing read.





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