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The Last Boyfriend Owen is the organizer of the Montgomery clan running the family's construction business with an iron fist and an even less flexible spreadsheet And though his brothers give him grief for his compulsive list making the Inn BoonsBoro is about to open right on schedule The only thing Owen didn't plan for was Avery MacTavishAvery's popular pizza place is right across the street from the inn giving her a first hand look at its amazing renovation — and a newfound appreciation for Owen Since he was her first boyfriend when they were kids Owen has never been far from Avery's thoughts But the attraction she's feeling for him now is far from innocentAs Avery and Owen cautiously take their relationship to another level the opening of the inn gives the whole town of BoonsBoro a reason to celebrate But Owen's hard work has only begun Getting Avery to let down her guard is going to take longer than he expected — and so will getting her to realize that her first boyfriend is going to be her last An unabridged recording 10 hours 40 minutes



10 thoughts on “The Last Boyfriend

  1. says:

    Okay I'll admit I'm turning into a Nora Roberts junkie I like 99% of her books and probably am a little biased But there's still a part of me every time I pick up one of her books that uestions whether she'll be able to make me happy again I mean no one is that good right? Wrong At least for me This book I was anticipating the least in the series and so far it's my favorite Beckett's book was go


  2. says:

    You always know what you're getting with Nora Roberts fun harmless fluff She has once again cured my reading slump and she made me forget about my 2 day long migraine


  3. says:

    I'm feeling a little iffy about this book It didn't pull me in uite the same way as the first book did and I think that's because I was sort of apathetic to the main characters of Avery and Owen They were just kind of there and I didn't find myself caring that much what happened to them I think what really drove this point home to me was that I was interested in Hope and Ryder and their brief interaction


  4. says:

    Dude in this book is a planner Like schedules lists calling meetings to discuss schedules and lists etc Which I have a hard time seeing as a romantic lead because planners drive me crazy Which also means that I drive planners crazy My daughter is a planner Mom what are we doing for Christmas this year? I don't know Let's talk about it when it gets closerIt's tomorrowLet's talk about it tomorrow thenMy husband


  5. says:

    Oh how I love Nora Roberts' books Let me count the ways This is another of Ms Roberts's triumphs The second in the Inn at Boonsboro Trilogy in which three brothers who run their own construction company we're talking gorgeous men in toolbelts ladies find the loves of their lives in the scenic little Maryland town of Boonsboro while rehabbing an historic inn with a resident ghost The first book had the thoughtful an


  6. says:

    Review posted Happily Ever After ReadsAvery and Owen have known each other their whole lives and Owen was Avery’s first boyfriend at the age of five Fast forward years later and Owen’s working with his brothers buying renovating and running multiple businesses and buildings Their latest project the Inn BoonsBoro is close to opening and everyone’s pitching in to put the final touches on the Inn Hope the innkeeper h


  7. says:

    It took Avery and Owen uite a lot time to be together and finally express the feelings they have for each other A nice story as sweet as the first one


  8. says:

    After two long years of planning rehabbing and rebuilding the Inn at Boonsboro is getting close to being completed Owen Montgomery takes care of the money and the details for the project He has been visiting Avery MacTavish at her pizza shop across the street sometimes just to get a uiet place to make phone calls Avery doesn't mind She's been friends with Owen since they were kids As a matter of fact Owen was her first boyfriend


  9. says:

    Is La Nora losing her touch? Or is she just so in love with the idea of sharing her real life inn with her readers that her story is suffering by comparison? Not only was the Inn the star of this book but the main couple Avery and Owen were barely in focus I felt like it was an ensemble story the next step for Beck Claire whose romance in the first book WAS satisfying alongside the DIY porn of the inn remodel so it CAN be done hints a


  10. says:

    uick reviewCover Pretty Rating NC 17 Steaminess Steamy Thumbs Up 4Overall Terribly sweetCharacters Well writtenPlot When the one you were meant to love was always right therePage Turner Yes Series Cont? Yes Recommend YesBook Boyfriend OwenSUMMARY 50 words or lessWhat I liked most about this story that although it centered around Owen the rest of the cast was still in the story and not as back drop They are there like you would imagine life


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