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REVIEW ➞ One Last Time by Roxie Noir


Seth Loveless has been my weakness since I was sixteen years old.

Two years ago, I moved back to my hometown. I started a business, bought a house, took up yoga, and went on hiatus from dating. Life is good.

If I never had to see Seth, it would be perfect.

After all, my history with my ex-boyfriend is anything but simple. It’s taken us years, but we’ve finally learned to live in the same town without killing each other.

Is there an elaborate set of rules governing our every casual interaction?


Do I still think dirty, off-limits thoughts every single time I see him buying apples at the grocery store?

Of course. I’m only human, and Seth and I are practically experts at the two F’s: fighting, and…

…sleeping together.

Still, we’re managing just fine.

And then?

He shows up at my sister’s wedding. The man looks like pure sex in a suit, handsome as the devil himself and twice as charming.

Worse, he claims he’s my date.

We flirt.

We dance.

We break every one of our carefully-crafted rules, and we… should stop.

Too bad I’m having the time of my life.

I know I should end it. After all the heartbreak, hurt, and anger we can’t be more than enemies.

But Seth asks me for one more night.

Just one night.

Then, we’re back to being virtual strangers to each other.

I know I should turn him down.

I know this ends with my heart shattered into a million pieces.

I know lunacy is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.

But I’ve always been bad at resisting a weakness.

One Last Time is a standalone romantic comedy and the final book in the Loveless Brothers series.

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Seth and Delilah’s relationship is messy, it is complicated, it is full of ups and downs, and it is one that has spanned through so many years.

They met in high school, dated all through college and that is when everything really started to change for them. They continually used each other for years and it was just a vicious cycle of pain and heartbreak they found themselves in.

I loved Seth and Delilah’s story. It was all over the place and it was messy. They had their issues they needed to work out and it took them a long time to get through everything. There were times it was frustrating and I just wanted to throw my kindle across the room. There is no denying that these two had insane amounts of chemistry, however, they couldn’t figure out how to stop hurting each other. The flashbacks gave an insight into what happened between them in the past with their relationship which I enjoyed.

I loved getting more of all the Loveless brothers. Plus, Delilah’s best friend, Lainey! While this story is messy and complicated when it comes to Seth and Delilah, all the secondary characters added some lightness and much needed laughs to the story.

I am sad to say goodbye to the Loveless brother’s, because I have fallen in love with each of their stories. I’m crossing my fingers for a Lainey and Wyatt story in the future!

One Last Time is the last book in a series, however, it can be read as a standalone but I HIGHLY recommend reading the entire series.