Twenty-seven year old Carrie Thompson-Sherman has the life she always wanted: her PhD, a prestigious fellowship, and an amazing husband.
Her life begins to unravel as a jealous colleague puts her fellowship in jeopardy and a haunting secret Ray Sherman carried home from Afghanistan comes to light.
Hounded by a federal investigation and the ensuing media feeding frenzy, Carrie and Ray desperately lean on each other, until a disastrous accident puts both Ray and her sister’s lives at risk.
In the last hour, Carrie and Ray will each find themselves faced with a choice.
A choice that will change everything.
I became a fan of Charles Sheehan Miles’ s writing after reading Just Remember To Breathe (of which you can find my review here). The Last Hour is the third book in “The Thompson Sisters” series (you don’t have to read them in order, though, because they’re all stand alone books) and I’ll start by saying that I feel like everyone should read this novel. It has a depth that’s rare to find in contemporary romance — it makes you think about life’s choices, powerful ties that bind people together, and love that lasts forever…