To Paige Miller Two Last First Dates sounds like a disaster waiting to happen.
Paige is having a rough time. She’s unhappy in her career, and her One Last First Date ended in total disaster. Now, she has to figure out what to do professionally and personally. Life as a spinster with fifteen cats doesn’t sound too bad, though.
Deciding to give up on love, Paige begrudgingly befriends Josh Bentley, the friendly coffee delivery guy, while helping out at the Cozy Cottage Café. His T-shirts make her eyes roll, but their runs have become an important part of her day and a blessing to her waistline, because Bailey’s cakes are too good to pass up.
Meanwhile, her best friends offer to find Mr. Right for her, and all Paige has to do is let them. Then, the man of her dreams walks through the door. Marcus Hahn is as good-looking as he is charming, and any thoughts Paige had of being alone with those fifteen cats fly out the window. Now, she just has to hope her friends choose him as her Last First Date.
But in the end, are Two Last First Dates enough to find The One?
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What people are saying about Two Last First Dates:
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ “Two Last First Dates is an engaging, fast-paced read that is sure to charm lovers of RomComs. Kate O’Keeffe never disappoints, and I always end her stories with a smile on my face.”- Tracie Banister, award-winning author of Izzy As Is and Mixing It Up
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ “As tasty as a slice of carrot cake from the Cozy Cottage Café, Two Last First Dates is the perfect book to slip into your beach bag. ” – Diane Michaels, author of Ellen the Harpist
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ “Kate is a great writer of chick-lit and each of her books has kept me laughing out loud while falling in love with her very realistic characters!” – Aimee Brown, author of Little Gray Dress
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ “This story grabs hold and doesn’t let go until the last page.” – Laura, book blogger
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ “Kate is the Sophie Kinsella of New Zealand!” – Kirsty McManus, author of 1996