Last Call


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Contemporary Short Story

When Eric Layton lunges for his ringing cell phone in the middle of the night, he’s halfway to the door before he realizes it’s not his chief summoning him to an out-of-control fire. It’s an out-of-control woman who’s too tipsy to figure out she’s dialed the wrong number. But the line goes dead before he can explain he’s not her brother. His conscience won’t let him leave the woman to wait for a ride that’s never going to come. Yet nothing prepares him for the chemistry when he helps Joanne into his truck. She’s curvy, blonde, and vulnerable—a three-alarm warning to do the right thing and keep her at arm’s length. Still, keeping watch over her through the night sounds reasonable. Until she awakens, and desire burns reason to a crisp…


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15,000 word novella * Published 1/11 & 3/12


Editor: Linda Ingmanson

Cover Artist:  Valerie Tibbs  * Cinemacover: Booknibbles 

3 1/2 Teacups

3 1/2 Teacups

I’ve enjoyed Olivia Brynn’s work in the past and the feeling certainly hasn’t stopped here. I would recommend this quick read for anyone looking for a little fun that’s a whole lot of hot around the edges.

Reviewer, Happily Ever After Reviews

5 Stars and Recommended Read

5 Stars and Recommended Read

Fantastic Novella! This book has it all.  I am still amazed that I came to fall in love with these two characters in such a short amount of time, but I did. The chemistry and the humor shared between Eric and Joanne was superb.  You won’t be disappointed!

Reviewer, Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

3 Angels

3 Angels

Olivia Brynn did a great job in showing us Joanne’s heartache and her confusion about her feelings towards Eric.  Olivia Brynn’s latest, Last Call is a short and sizzling story from an author that will keep your attention until the end.

Reviewer, Fallen Angel Reviews