Final Call (Call #2) by Emma Hart
Released 16th June, 2014
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.
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My review –
This is the second part of the Call series, Late Call (book 1) needs to be read before starting Final Call.
I was lucky enough to be one of the few who received an arc for Final Call and I was certainly glad of this. I’m an impatient person and desperate to read the conclusion to Dayton and Aaron’s story.
First off, we start up where Late Call finished. Stupid cliffhanger. Poor Dayton. Idiotic Aaron. Dayton is back in Seattle and trying to put herself back together again. She knew she was in love with Aaron Stone and she knew she was in for a rough time.
She returned to work as a call girl but, yet again, Aaron “Mr Requirement” Stone is there to throw a spanner in the works and ends up buying her time. All of it. For the foreseeable future. There are no lengths he will go to in order to get her back and win her over. Again!
“Being without you is like my soul has been shredded in the most brutal way.”
Dayton has some friendly pushes in the right direction – and by right direction I mean straight towards Aaron. She ends up embarking on another trip with him overseas. During this time she meets some of Aaron’s family (namely the exquisite Tyler Stone, cousin of Aaron!) and forces herself to take stock of her life and her relationship with Aaron. Without anything keeping her there or holding her back.
“I want to know that, in the end, the pain will be worth it. I want to know if the fights and the doubts and the hurtful words thrown carelessly in the heat of the moment are worth it.”
You’ll have to read for yourself to find out how tumultuous their path to happiness with one another really is but I will say this – you haven’t seen the last of Naomi (it really is possible to full-on hate a fictional character!) and you certainly haven’t seen all that the delectable Mr Stone, big shot CEO, has to offer. There is drama, there are fireworks (in and out of the bedroom *wink wink nudge nudge*), there are some downright panty melting moments and, by God, there are some scorching HOT scenes.
Emma, you have surpassed yourself. Without a doubt, this is the best conclusion possible and I love you long time for giving us Aaron and Dayton’s story. The writing style flows effortlessly and it made their story a joy to read. I can’t wait to read more in Tyler and Liv’s book which is promising to be hot, hot, hot!
5 undoubtably deserved stars, thank you Emma ❤