My Last Season With You by S.V.C. Ricketts

My Last Season With You by S.V.C. Ricketts
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (130 pages)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Willow

“Dealing with your own terminal illness is easier than telling your best friend that you’re in love with her. Just sayin’.” – Regina Callahan

Reggie Callahan has come to terms with her prognosis of less than a year to live. She’s been dealing with it all summer thanks to blacking out and falling off her horse back home in Wisconsin. Instead of starting her junior year, she’s only back at New York University to tie up loose ends. One of them is breaking the news to her childhood friend, actress and model, Desi St. Clair. For Reggie, telling her that she is sick, and leaving the city is harder than learning you’re going to die.

Until Desi kisses her.

This isn’t a story about gender preference or about living with cancer. Plain and simple, it’s about love and what people are willing to endure to live without regrets and savor every moment.

Portion of all sales will go to Free2Luv, a non-profit charity that supports anti-bullying & the freedom of expression.

This has to be the sweetest book I have ever read!

Regina Callahan and Desi St Clair’s life long friendship and love for each other is really something to be envious over. Although Regina is going though her own personal hell and Desi is juggling both her school life and career they still look out for each other. Ms Ricketts really has captured what friendships and relationships are all about – being there for each other no matter what.

I was on an emotional ride reading this book; I was really sucked into the story and didn’t want it to end. Regina and Desi are two perfect characters with excellent character development.

This novella has really opened my eyes with its very clear message – ‘Don’t ever be afraid of following your dreams and being who you are.’

I fell in love with this very tastefully written, sweet book and I highly recommend it. I look forward to reading more of Ms Ricketts’ books in the future.

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