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!!> Read ➹ The Last Word  ➼ Author Samantha Hastings – Pv1.info 1861 Miss Lucinda Leavitt Is Shocked When She Learns The Author Of Her Favorite Serialized Novel Has Died Before Completing The Story Determined To Learn How It Ends, Lucinda Reluctantly Enlists The Help Of Her Father S Young Business Partner, Mr David Randall, To Track Down The Reclusive Author S Former Whereabouts.David Is A Successful Young Businessman, But Is Overwhelmed By His Workload He Wants To Prove Himself To His Late Father, As Well As To Himself He Doesn T Have The Time, Nor The Interest, For This Endeavor, But Lucinda Is Not The Type To Take No For An Answer.Their Search For The Elusive Mrs Smith And The Rightful Ending To Her Novel Leads Lucinda And David Around The Country, But The Truths They Discover About Themselves And Each Other Are Anything But Fictional.

10 thoughts on “The Last Word

  1. Haley Renee The Caffeinated Reader Haley Renee The Caffeinated Reader says:

    Full ReviewA delightful read for any fan of Victorian tales, but definitely a brilliant aim at YA readers Hastings gives us a fantastic female protagonist who not only has a strong will but is realistically limited for most of the story by her gender, she s also a protagonist with a head for numbers YES to this We need female characters interested in STEM Lucinda was such fun to read about and I loved her wit and David was just adorable The

  2. The Clever Reader The Clever Reader says:

    This book was so lovely Lucinda s spunky personality mixed with her independent nature made her one of my favorite female MC s She is not afraid to stand up for way she believes and what she wants I enjoyed getting to know her David He is so adorable the banter he has with L...

  3. Samantha (WLABB) Samantha (WLABB) says:

    It wasn t easy being a young woman in 1861 All Lucinda wanted to do was contribute to her father s business, but society dictated that she belonged in the home, bored to tears When one of her favorite authors died before finishing their book, Lucinda was determined to get those last pages This search for the ending resulted in than Lucinda had ever anticipated Pro I rarely read historicals, but for some reason, the majority seem to be set during this time

  4. Katherine Paschal Katherine Paschal says:

    Review can be found at was not really sure what direction Samantha was going to take the story in when I first started but right from the beginning I was on board for the ride Over the last few months I have heard nothing but good things about The Last Word, so to say that my expectations were high is very much an understatement Add in the fact that The Last Word is historical fiction which is usually not my jam, I was a touch hesitant when I began the book Well,

  5. Shannon (It Starts At Midnight) Shannon (It Starts At Midnight) says:

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight.I hadn t really been sure I would read this when I found it in my FierceReads package It seemed awfully cute, which isn t bad, I just didn t know if it was my thing Anyway, after reading a ton of books set in the future, I was jonesing for some historical fiction and fine, something relatively short, don t judge So I grabbed it off the shelf, and I am so glad th

  6. Krysti Krysti says:

    THE LAST WORD is lovely, fun, and absolutely swoon worthy What a phenomenal debut by Samantha Hastings Main character Lucinda is a heroine that will have readers applauding the whole way through the book I adored her spirit, her sass, and her heart.I was blown away by the wonderful feminist themes throughout this book, and Hastings delivered them with such a witty punch Lucinda is the type of heroine girls need to read about The romance is absolutely swoon worthy For a clean,

  7. Shohinee Shohinee says:

    This is a portion of the review on my blog Just 15 pages into The Last Word and I already knew I wanted to be Lucy s best friend Samantha Hastings has created a positively adorable character in Lucinda Leavitt.An intelligent and capable woman who bravely keeps holding on to whatever snatches of freedom she can have within the stifling bars she has to live in just because she is a woman.There would be many in that situation who might think Ah, If only I was born a man and that would b

  8. Jenni Walsh Jenni Walsh says:

    What a fun novel I really got into the Victorian details, which were aplenty The premise was top notch and I like the author s inspiration for her idea See author s note at the end , the banter was excellent, and the ending was completely satisfying A sweet romance, for sure

  9. Kimberly Gabriel Kimberly Gabriel says:

    I was really wanting a swoony romance with a strong, witty heroine and this book went beyond my expectations fulfilling that I LOVED, LOVED, LOVED the witty banter between Lucinda and David Both main characters just like the secondary characters in this book were fully fleshed out to the point where I find myself missing them now that I m done reading I LOVE the setting and the fact that Hastings made this a historical fiction book Being a Bronte and Austin fan both of wh...

  10. Olivia Wildenstein Olivia Wildenstein says:

    Reminiscent of a Jane Austen romance A sweet story that ll keep a smile on your face throughout, that is, when you re not laughing Lucinda s chaperone cracked me up.

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