About the Book
7:00 pm: Arena doors open and fans fill the stands.
7:45 pm: Lights go out and spotlights come on.
7:46 pm: Energy from concert-goers reaches an ear-splitting crescendo.
7:47 pm: Teddy takes the stage and begins to sing.
But tonight, something is off.
It starts when a stage light malfunctions and sends sparks into the air.
It continues when his drummer stops playing and stares slack-jawed in Teddy’s direction.
It dawns on him when a fan doubles-over and a red stain spreads across her shirt.
Something isn’t just off tonight.
Someone in the crowd is shooting a gun.
And it’s up to a female bodyguard he’s never met before to save his life.
Other Books in the Series
In My Opinion
In the first half of The Last Shot, Amy Matayo plunges readers into the intense terror and uncertainty of a situation that is becoming all too common today. As Teddy and Jane hide from an unknown enemy, not knowing what is going on, I felt their desperation and helplessness.
Throughout the remainder of the book, Jane and Teddy try to move on after the horror. It’s not always easy and, at times, it feels hopeless. Yet these two characters have to choose if fear will rule them the rest of their lives or if, while they will never forget, they will allow one tragic evening to control the rest of their lives.
Matayo once again delivers a powerful and poignant story that grabbed my emotions from the start and didn’t let go. Reaching the end of a series is bittersweet, especially when it’s as compelling as the Love in Chaos series has been.
Disclosure statement: I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book and was not required to write a positive review. All opinions are my own.