Have you ever been exposed to such sexual tension between two characters within a story that you felt you were going to burst if they didn?t make that final connection?
That?s precisely what I was exposed to when I read Kit Wylde's Last Chance, a paranormal romance that will have you seriously rooting for a happy ending between the heroine and hero.
I?m not one who?s big on paranormal tales, but Wylde, unlike several other authors, doesn?t outweigh the plot with paranormal activitity. There?s a perfect balance. And Wylde even has a way of making the supernatural characters grow on you, which I found to be imperative. For, these characters are also vital when it comes to the plot.
If you?re one who becomes paranoid or spooked because of this, I?m delighted to tell you that you?ll still have the urge to finish this book. I know I did. And I?m prepared to read this one over and over again.
Wylde truly has a way with description?capable of planting some highly picturesque scenes within a reader?s head.
Readers will feel as if they are inside of the world Wylde has created for her characters?who also happen to be quite realistic and well-rounded. You?ll definitely find yourself wanting to read more about them, especially after hearing their witty dialogue exchanges, which ring very true.
You?ll instantly root for the hero and heroine. For, Wylde is brilliant when it comes to the creation of sexual tension and chemistry.
One of the things I found most delightful about this read was the heroine?s thoughts. They often weren?t in sync with what she was actually saying. And I found this to be delightfully humorous. Very well done.
The tension between the characters lasts until the very end of the story, which couldn?t have ended better. A very happy ending indeed.
My only problem was the fact that I would've liked to see more interaction between the heroine and the man who had brought such turmoil into her life. Some of this was included at the very beginning. And I was very intrigued with the dynamics of the relationship.
Yet, I know this is a novella. And focusing on that aspect would've interfered with the length of the story.
I also felt this was a book that ended far too soon. And you don't run into this problem all that often.
Not every author has the gift of making a reader crave to read more...but Kit Wylde most certainly does.