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Four Last First Dates by Kate O'Keeffe
Series: Cozy Cottage Café #4
Published by Wild Lime Books on August 9, 2018
Genres: Romantic Comedy
What do you do when you’ve agreed to a pact with your friends to get married, but neither you nor the guy in your sights is quite ready to fall in love?
Bailey De Luca is the last of her friends to complete the Last First Date pact—to marry the next guy she dates. But lady luck must be in a bad mood, because so far, it's all come to nothing.
Everywhere she looks people are in love. Everyone except her. Is she fundamentally unlovable? Or is it that she’s already found—and lost—The One? Whatever the reason, one thing's for sure: Bailey never expected to be alone at thirty.
When one of her friends announces her engagement with a rock that could eclipse the sun, Bailey throws herself into a new business. Starting up Cozy Cottage Catering seems like the perfect way to bury her head in the sand. But fate has other ideas, and soon Bailey is swept off her feet by the oh-so cute Ryan Jones.
Ryan may seem like the perfect combination of Prince Charming meets Thor (without the hammer), but is Bailey ready to be with him?
Or will the ghost of her past love prevent her from finding happiness again?
Escape to New Zealand in this fun, feel-good sweet romance.
You guys!! Before you read my quick review for FOUR LAST FIRST DATES by Kate O’Keeffe, MAKE SURE YOU ENTER THE GIVEAWAY BELOW! I absolutely loved Bailey, and the speed dating scene totally cracked me up. Definitely not something I’ll ever attempt to endure. I’d probably end up laughing in their faces (I’m not that mean, I promise…I just don’t have a filter when it comes to that). This is the fourth book in the Cozy Cottage Café series, but the first I’ve read, which is usually a no-no for me (I like reading a series in order), but Kate did well dropping bits in about the girls from the first three books so everything made sense for Bailey’s story. And you can bet I’m going to binge read the first three books when I get a chance. Can’t wait to see what Kate has cooking up next!!! Thanks for another great story, Kate!