Review: After Last Call by Derrolyn Anderson


AfterLastCall

3 stars

Read from October 20 to 21, 2015 — I own a copy

Synopsis: Lola is ready for a change. She’s blown the first half of the eighties drifting aimlessly through Miami’s cocaine-fueled nightclub scene, so when a sweet-talking stranger comes to town she allows him to sweep her off her feet and clear across the country.

Predictably, things in California don’t go according to plan and Lola finds herself on her own for the first time in her life. A new job offers her a second chance at a fresh start, but just when things begin to fall into place a reckless workplace affair leads to a friend’s disappearance, exposing two dead girls with one man in common.

Ensnared in a web of deceit and danger, Lola must decide whether to run from her troubles once again or take a stand and fight for her new life—only this time, she’s threatened with more than just the loss of her new found independence. Continue reading

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