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  • Posted July 31, 2010

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    Loved it!

    Lacey Terwilliger just discovered her husband's affair. He accidentally sent his mistress, aka his personal assistant, flowers and had them delivered to his home address. Lacey, quite stunned and in disbelief, hightails it to her husband's office only to witness their affair first hand.

    So what does Lacey do? She writes about her cheating husband's extramarital trysts. I forgot to mention, she writes them in his company's newsletters and emails these newsletters to his clients, family and their close friends. Needless to say, this does not go over well and Lacey quickly realizes she acted purely out of emotion. She retreats to her family's cabin to reflect on their marriage and herself. It's there that she meets Monroe, the quiet, loner "I don't like divorce drama" man who encourages Lacey to pick herself up, dust herself off and begin again.

    And One Last Thing. is about a woman who acts impulsively out of emotion (and humiliation) and thinks about the consequences later. Despite her irrational decision to write and send the newsletters, Lacey is a woman that the readers will immediately love. Early on it's obvious her husband Mike doesn't deserve her. He treats her more like his girl Friday instead of his wife. By the end of the novel, I liked that Lacey fought hard to gain her identity back and was given a second chance for happiness.

    Ms. Harper is a new-to-me author. I enjoyed And One Last Thing. so much, that I'm looking forward to reading more of her books. Highly recommended.

    4.5 Stars

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2013

    Nice surprise

    A tiny taste of Stephanie Plum;
    and thankfully, not the tried and true Happy Ending.
    I'm not into her other genres of Fangs and things, but
    would read her again otherwise.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 16, 2012

    Hard to put down!

    Love the humor in this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2011

    Wonderful book

    This was a great book! Made me want to cry in some places and laugh at the main character's wit though out this story!

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  • Posted October 21, 2011

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    loved it

    sweet and happy book wit a hint of real life

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  • Posted May 2, 2011

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    Laugh out loud funny!

    Lacey Terwilliger starts out the novel learning that her husband is having an affair with his secretary...and that the entire town, her mother included, already knew. Rather than throw herself a pity party, however, Lacey, ever the dutiful wife, puts out one last newsletter for her accountant husband. Via email. In which she reveals all of his dirty, nasty, secrets to more than 200 of his friends, family, clients, and business associates. Needing a quick exit, Lacey decides to hide out at the remote lakeside cabin her grandmother had left her while her lawyer irons out the divorce wrinkles and deals with the defamation lawsuit that both her soon-to-be-ex and his lovely assistant have slapped her with. Despite Lacey's determination to have a strict no-penis policy, she is instantly attracted to her Wolverine lookalike neighbor (honestly, who wouldn't be?) and naturally, once she starts ignoring him, he is interested as well. Lacey isn't ready for a real relationship, however, and has a lot of growing up and self-discovery to do before she is. It's a fun ride, though, as she gets to that point. Seriously, I'm glad no one else was in the car while I listened to her attempts to write a sex scene for her novel. I was laughing so hard it was darn near embarassing. Molly Harper's novels should probably come with a warning label!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2011

    Now That's Funny!!!

    Molly Harper has a way of taking the "been there - done that" reality of life and making it hysterical! This book is one you will laugh over for a long time.

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  • Posted December 30, 2010

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    Easy read, laugh out loud humor, weak ending

    This was my first Molly Harper book. Even though I was very entertained with the humor of the writing, I was somewhat disappointed with the dialogue structure several times (some parts read like a B movie script)and the weak, rather predictable book ending. It seemed as though Ms. Harper ran out of steam toward the end.

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  • Posted July 29, 2010

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    Bridget's Review

    Husbands who lie and cheat. How should a woman retaliate? For Lacey, this is achieved by sending out a blast email tell all about her husband and his crimes against her heart.

    She decides to stay at her family's cabin for some peace and quiet to deal with her current situation. She ends up meeting Monroe who may not be a knight in shining armor but when it comes down to it, he is exactly what Lacey needs.

    This is a fun, fluffy book that can be read in one sitting. I'm a sucker for romantic comedies and this book was no exception.

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