The Last Single Girl by Bria Quinlan


“Date One is showing a severe lack of intelligence. He’s going to be single forever.”
“He’s a really nice guy.”
“That doesn’t make him any less stupid.”
“Actually, he’s a doctor.”
“A stupid doctor.”

I think I’ve found my perfect novella. It’s called The Last Single Girl by Bria Quinlan, and I’m not sure I have the words to express how much I loved reading it.


If this book has any flaws, I didn’t see them. After receiving some heartbreaking news, I was looking for something light, flirty, and easy. I’d never heard of Ms. Quinlan before my search for rom-com KU titles brought up the fourth book in her Brew Ha Ha series, The Proposing Kind. The cover was adorable and the series title punny, but as it was book four, I knew I’d be better served starting at book one. And I’m so glad I did. I think I would have been disappointed to miss reading The Last Single Girl blind—meeting Sarah + Mr. Right for the first time with none of those small spoilers that come with later titles. {For the record, I’m not telling you Mr. Right’s name; you’ll have to read it to discover for yourself!}

This book was the very definition of sweet, feel good, fun romance, making it the right book for me, at the right time. It flowed well, the main characters were lovable, the story enough to keep me glued to my Kindle screen. It didn’t feature any hot and heavy sex scenes, but instead focused on the joyful tension of finding something right in front of you, the pleasure of that perfect first kiss.

I didn’t realize when I started reading that The Last Single Girl was a novella, but it didn’t matter. This book was the ideal length—I was invested from page one, utterly charmed by the end of the first chapter, completely ready to commit to this series by the time Sarah found her Mr. Right.

I can’t wait to dive into the next book and the next book, until I finally get to the one that piqued my attention in the first place. Until then, I’m just going to enjoy the much needed, light-hearted happiness this cute little novella gave me.

His kiss was everything I’d want in the perfect kiss. More powerful than I’d expected from him.

As of 11.14.2017, The Last Single Girl is available with Kindle Unlimited.

About Beth Cranford | KUBR

Book Reviewer. Wife. Mother. Crazy Person. Australian.

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