Sunday, October 19, 2014

My Last Season With You, by S.V.C. Ricketts

My Last Season With You
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Oh my. This novella is pure emotion. It made me cry, it made me smile, it gave me the feels. There is nothing in this book that I don't love.

If you are looking for great quality writing, look no further. S.V.C. Ricketts is a beautiful writer. Her ability to describe surroundings, characters and emotions is stunning and captivating. Quality, beauty and elegance!

As for the story itself (read synopsis below for summary), get ready for a story of lifelong friendship, true unprejudiced love, struggle for survival and music! Oh! The music! The characters are all so wonderful as well. I fell in love with Desi and Reggie. So different but so perfect for each other!

Is it sad? Yes, it is but don't let that deter you from reading My Last Season With You because it is also filled with beauty and happiness.

Need another reason to buy this novella? Part of the proceeds go to Free2Luv, an anti-bullying nonprofit organization dedicated to celebrating individuality through arts and entertainment. Their mission is to support individuals globally to freely express themselves, spread kindness, stand up to bullying and support equal rights.

I was truly touched by this novella and highly recommend it. Congrats to S.V.C. Ricketts on your debut book and I look forward to reading a lot more from you in the near future!

Stand alone novella.


“Dealing with your own terminal illness is easier than telling your best friend that you’re in love with her. Just sayin’.” – Regina Callahan 

Reggie Callahan has come to terms with her prognosis of less than a year to live. She’s been dealing with it all summer thanks to blacking out and falling off her horse back home in Wisconsin. Instead of starting her junior year, she’s only back at New York University to tie up loose ends. One of them is breaking the news to her childhood friend, actress and model, Desi St. Clair. For Reggie, telling her that she is sick, and leaving the city is harder than learning you’re going to die. 

Until Desi kisses her. 

This isn’t a story about gender preference or about living with cancer. Plain and simple, it’s about love and what people are willing to endure to live without regrets and savor every moment. 

Portion of all sales will go to Free2Luv, a non-profit charity that supports anti-bullying & the freedom of expression. 

**This is a STANDALONE novella. It is not part of a series, and does not contain a cliffhanger. This book is intended for mature audiences. Does NOT contain explicit or graphic sexual scenes. **

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