Last Man Standing

Jaslyn "Jazz" Vanburren has unresolved issues with past high school romances. Recently turning the big three "oh", Jazz realizes it's time to deal with those issues and move on to what she really wants in life.

Scott Price was a star athlete in high school. A scout had come and recruited him for college hockey in hopes of making it to the NHL. He soon left shattering Jazz's heart.

Ryder was there to comfort Jazz, as he'd done so many times before. Jazz had broken his heart when she broke things off for Scott Price but Ryner remained a loyal and caring friend.

Years later, Ryner is Jazz's boss at the newspaper. Ryner holds his feelings for Jazz inside. That is until Jazz receives a phone call from Scott. Scott is coming back to town. Ryner feels the need to tell Jazz how he really feels, in hopes of stopping Jazz from meeting with Scott.

Will Ryner's feelings sway Jazz? Does Jazz meet Scott? Can friendship and true love win against the past? Pick up "The Last Man Standing" and find out. You won't be able to put it down. When there are questions of the heart, who knows what will happen.

Special Notes:

Great read and look forward to many more from Kacey.

Book Blurb for Last Man Standing

Over a decade has passed since Jaslyn "Jazz" Vanburren had her heart broken by her high school sweetheart. After turning thirty, Jazz finds herself remembering the past and tells herself to leave it where it rightfully belongs—behind her. In order to do that, she has to face the man who broke her heart. When he calls her out of the blue, asking to see her, Jazz knows her chance has come to show him what he's been missing. But Jazz has another problem. Ryder Donovan—her best friend and her boss, the man who'd always been there for her, finally tells her like it is—he’s in love with her. Always has been and always will be. Will Jazz hold tight to the past and the heartache she's lived with? Or will she embrace the future with the one man who has never let her down? Who will be the Last Man Standing beside her?

Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2007 4.00