Review: A Little Too Late by Sarina Bowen #NewRelease


How to behave when the guy who broke your heart two thousand miles away turns up in your office:

One: Don’t drop your lucky coffee cup in shock, even though it’s been ten years.

Two: Don’t get defensive when he asks how you ended up working his family’s ski mountain… and why you kept it a secret.

Three: Give him the worst room in the resort. He deserves it for suddenly waltzing back in like he owns the place. (Which he kind of does.)

Four, five, six, seven, eight and nine: Do not kiss him in the hot tub.

Ten: Try to keep your heart intact after you break all of your rules.

Because Reed is leaving again. Hate can't turn back into love. And it’s a little too late

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As college sweethearts, Ava and Reed had a promising future and Reed’s decision to end their relationship impacted both their lives. A decade later, Reed returns home to Colorado and comes face to face with Ava. Learning she has been working for his father at the family ski resort for the past ten years is a shock. What isn’t so shocking? Ava’s resentment and anger. Reed anticipated a quick trip, just to ensure his father’s upcoming sale of the resort was in order, before returning to his high-powered career in California. But when the details of the deal seem shady, Reed extends his trip and that means more time with Ava. And every interaction makes him realize all the old feelings are still there.

I love a second chance romance and Sarina Bowen does it so well. Ava was such a likable character, and I appreciated her determination and her focus on her own career. It was satisfying to see Reed’s journey as he came to terms with his past and finally opened up to Ava. Bowen delivered the perfect blend of Ava and Reed working together on the sale of the resort, along with their rekindled romance and the resolution of their past.

The narration was provided by audio superstars Andi Arndt and Sebastian York, which made for a stellar listening experience. A Little Too Late was an excellent start to the latest trilogy/collaboration from Bowen, Rebecca Yarros and Devney Perry. I highly recommend it! ⭐⭐⭐⭐


Note: I received an Advance Listening Copy of A Little Too Late. This does not change my opinion of the book or the content of this review.




About Sarina Bowen


Sarina Bowen is a twenty-three time USA bestselling author, and a Wall Street Journal bestselling author of contemporary romance novels. Formerly a derivatives trader on Wall Street, Sarina holds a BA in economics from Yale University.

A New Englander whose Vermont ancestors cut timber and farmed the north country in the 1760s, Sarina is grateful for the invention of indoor plumbing and wi-fi during the intervening 250 years. She lives with her family on a few wooded acres in New Hampshire.

Sarina's books are published in over a dozen languages with fifteen international publishers.


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21 comments

  1. I loved this one. It's made me even more excited to read the other two books. I am happy to hear the audio was good. Great review!

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    1. Same here, Deanna. I think I liked A Little Too Close even more!

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  2. Sebastian York is one of the few narrators I can name. He is wonderful and perfect for romance heroes.

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  3. You had me at "Fun with hot tubs!" This sure sounds fun.

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    1. LOL Wendy - There was definitely a memorable hot tub scene. :)

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  4. I just added this to my TBR earlier today after reading Deanna's review. Glad you enjoyed it, too!

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    1. Thanks Alison! Sarina Bowen is a can't-miss author for me. :)

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  5. This one sounds like a good one. I love second-chance romances. It's almost like enemies-to-lovers except that they have a romantic past. I'm glad you liked this one.

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    1. Thanks Jenni - Second chance romance is one of my favorite tropes.

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  6. I really enjoyed this one too! Reed and Ava seemed perfect together and I thought that the narration was incredibly well done.

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    1. Carole - Yes! I loved the narration. Arndt + York is such a great combination. :)

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  7. This one looks like so much fun!!! I want to read it so badly but wondering if I should wait until Christmas or the winter season to read it. haha decisions....decisions

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    1. Renee - Maybe reading about the ski resort at Madigan Mountain will get you ready for the upcoming winter. :)

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  8. Oooh, this looks like a good one. I love the colors on the cover.

    Ash @ Essentially Ash

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  9. This sounds like such a moving read. I love a good second chance romance.

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    1. Same here, Suzanne. Second chance romance is a trope that will get me every time.

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  10. Angela - The second chance romance pulled me in but there was so much to love in this one. :)

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  11. I remember you reviewing the last collab between these authors and enjoying it. Fun that they get together and do that. I love Bowen and Perry so I really do need to try out these series'. Love Sebastian York and Andi Arndt so that's a definite bonus! So many books, so little time, Tanya!!! :)

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    1. Rachel - Yes! I loved their last collab and this one is shaping up to be just as good. I've finished the second book and now I'm anxious for the third. :)

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