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The Last Time We Met

By: Carol Mason
Narrated by: Rachael Beresford
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Publisher's Summary

From the bestselling author of After You Left. Do you ever really get over your first love?

Fifteen years ago in the colourful bustle of Vietnam, Celine and Patrick met and shared four blissful days together. It felt like true love, but soon reality tore them apart and Celine moved on. But now, when she sees him unexpectedly on a busy London street, suddenly nothing else matters.

As she deals with the mixed emotions of an amicable divorce, Celine becomes preoccupied with her daughter and the dating agency she founded - not least when her ex-husband, Mike, asks her to find him someone new. But now her path has crossed with Patrick’s again, is fate determined to pull them back together? Or is it Mike she really wants a second chance with?

Because first love is hard to get over. But real love never lets you go.

Revised edition: Previously published as The Love Market, this edition of The Last Time We Met includes editorial revisions.

©2010, 2018 Carol Mason (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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I did not enjoy this book at all.

struggled to finish it...in fact I didn't finish it . it was terrible! I would not recommend it

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My official review for this book can be found at the following web site: https://opinionatededucator.tumblr.com/post/185121135085/the-last-time-we-met

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Great Carol Mason story

I read this one after reading After You Left and have to say it was easy to fall back into Carol's gentle but poignant writing style. I enjoyed this story immensely and finished it quickly. She kept me guessing about what would happen the entire time. If I have one complaint, it that the narration on Audible was great to have but the narrator performing the Canadian accent was just terrible. Otherwise, it's a great story.

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Throughly enjoyed this story.

Loved the main character Celine and the book just rolled along nicely. I'm often tempted to pass through long descriptive passages in books to get to the dialogue and I didn't feel that way at all here. The only thing I would have had different is I her final choice. Good book.

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Easy, feel good read about love and conflict.

I enjoyed this book. I wanted to continue reading to find out what happened. The narrator was great.

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Ho hum

I'm not sure if it was the narrator, who sounded depressed the entire book. Maybe it was the book itself.