Final Call (Call#2) by Emma Hart Release Blitz – Review & Giveaway!

Release Date: 6/16/2014
Summary from Goodreads:
In the highly anticipated sequel to LATE CALL, Dayton and Aaron learn once more than not everything is as straightforward as it seems, and if they have any chance of getting their long-awaited happily-ever-after, they’ll have to work for it…We crashed and burned like a falling plane. Hard and fast with an inevitable explosion. Another few weeks together changed my life the way the first did. At twenty-four, I became naïve again. I became a dreamer again. A believer. And walking away hurts just as much as it did seven years ago.
But over doesn’t have to mean over-at least in Aaron Stone’s mind. His pursuit is relentless, his determination unwavering. He’ll go to any lengths to keep me and prove that I belong to him. Unfortunately, love isn’t easy, and whether or not I forgive him is irrelevant to his past catching up with us. Once again, our relationship is haunted by a secret, one that could destroy everything, and the secret is born from the need to protect the other…
But the tables have turned, because the secret is mine.Final Call is the second and final book in the Call series and is the conclusion to Aaron and Dayton’s story. It’s is not a standalone and Late Call must be read first.


Both LATE CALL (#1) and FINAL CALL (#2) are on sale for $0.99 thru June 20th, then they will return to full price. ($2.99 and $3.99.)


Final Call Links:
Late Call links:
Amazon US
Amazon UK


Final Call is a sexy, sizzling, and addictive read. I freaking LOVE Dayton and Aaron. They are a powerhouse couple. Honestly, I didn’t think I could adore these two anymore after book one but I was so completely wrong! Final Call picks up right where Late Call left off. Dayton is still reeling (and rightfully so) over Aaron’s skeletons and has resorted to locking herself in her house/Liv’s apartment by herself eating ice cream and forgoing showering. After the required mourning/self-pity period Dayton decides to go back to work but interestingly enough, she isn’t getting booked for the jobs she’s used to. If you’ve read Late Call it will be no surprise that despite Dayton’s quick and heartbreaking exit from Paris, that Aaron isn’t about to give up.

Dayton, being the stubborn and intelligent woman that she is, isn’t going to just give in to Aaron. That wouldn’t be like her at all, and let’s be honest, what makes Dayton so likeable is her quick-wit and fiery personality. She has a no BS attitude and has enough self-respect to make Aaron work for forgiveness. It takes a little push from both Monique and Aunt Leigh to get Dayton to truly give Aaron another chance but when she finally comes around to the idea, things get interesting. While Dayton is trying to patch things up with Aaron, Naomi decides to stir things up.  As if she hasn’t caused enough problems for Aaron and Dayton already, Naomi lays out her cards and Dayton is forced to make a choice. Her decision, no matter what it is, could cost her the future she desires.

My favorite thing about Aaron and Dayton is that they are equals. Dayton isn’t afraid to take Aaron head on and vice versa. The push and pull in their relationship is done without insult or injury to the other. The tense moments are made better by the even more intense moments and there is a level of tenderness between the two that really displays the love in their relationship.  Aaron and Dayton’s relationship is one I can firmly get behind and I was rooting for them from the get-go.

Unsurprisingly, I found the Dayton and Aaron’s story to be captivating and full of my favorite things (lies, betrayal, blackmail, lust, love, beautiful men, London, Paris…I could go on and on). What I didn’t expect was to find myself enthralled with someone other than Aaron Stone but alas Tyler Stone intrigued and surprised me. With his devil-may-care attitude and cavalier love-life I didn’t expect a friendship to blossom between him and Dayton but it did and I appreciated that she had someone on her side during hurricane Naomi.

Final Call provided a stellar ending to Dayton and Aaron’s story, tying up loose ends from book one without feeling forced. I appreciated getting to see this couple’s relationship grow into something deeper and more mature. There are a lot of sexy times but like Late Call I never once felt that they overshadowed or took away from the plot. Final Call proves what I stated in my review of Late Call, that Emma Hart’s writing gets better and better with creative story lines and strong, sophisticated characters. Now…about Tyler’s book…


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