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Julian Grayson is taking a break ...from his cheating fiancée ...from his band ...from his life in the spotlightCharlotte Clark is devoted to her work ...to save the world ...to help the homeless ...to get a broken man back on his feetWhen Charlotte Clark offers to pay for Julian Grayson's coffee, the world-famous drummer assumes she wants something from him. But Charlotte Julian Grayson is taking a break ...from his cheating fiancée ...from his band ...from his life in the spotlightCharlotte Clark is devoted to her work ...to save the world ...to help the homeless ...to get a broken man back on his feetWhen Charlotte Clark offers to pay for Julian Grayson's coffee, the world-famous drummer assumes she wants something from him. But Charlotte has no idea who he is, and Julian can't resist keeping up the charade—being incognito is a novelty and a relief. He'll have to tell her...eventually. But as Charlotte cheerfully undertakes to transform his life, Julian realizes there's something about her that gives him what he hasn't felt in years: hope.Shaughnessy Brothers: Band on the Run Series: One More Kiss (Book 1) One More Promise (Book 2) One More Moment (Book 3)


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Julian Grayson is taking a break ...from his cheating fiancée ...from his band ...from his life in the spotlightCharlotte Clark is devoted to her work ...to save the world ...to help the homeless ...to get a broken man back on his feetWhen Charlotte Clark offers to pay for Julian Grayson's coffee, the world-famous drummer assumes she wants something from him. But Charlotte Julian Grayson is taking a break ...from his cheating fiancée ...from his band ...from his life in the spotlightCharlotte Clark is devoted to her work ...to save the world ...to help the homeless ...to get a broken man back on his feetWhen Charlotte Clark offers to pay for Julian Grayson's coffee, the world-famous drummer assumes she wants something from him. But Charlotte has no idea who he is, and Julian can't resist keeping up the charade—being incognito is a novelty and a relief. He'll have to tell her...eventually. But as Charlotte cheerfully undertakes to transform his life, Julian realizes there's something about her that gives him what he hasn't felt in years: hope.Shaughnessy Brothers: Band on the Run Series: One More Kiss (Book 1) One More Promise (Book 2) One More Moment (Book 3)

30 review for One More Moment

  1. 5 out of 5

    .Under the pages

    COMING OUT TOMORROW! Rockstar drummer Julian Grayson went for coffee and forgot his wallet. No big deal. Until Charlotte offers to pay for his coffee and he gets furious. All he can think about is that she probably recognized him and his paying his coffee in exchange for something. The thing is, she has no idea who he is or why he’s reacting so strange, but he doesn’t correct her. He plays along as soon as he realizes that she’s different, and he likes it. A lot. If you’re having a bad day pleas COMING OUT TOMORROW! Rockstar drummer Julian Grayson went for coffee and forgot his wallet. No big deal. Until Charlotte offers to pay for his coffee and he gets furious. All he can think about is that she probably recognized him and his paying his coffee in exchange for something. The thing is, she has no idea who he is or why he’s reacting so strange, but he doesn’t correct her. He plays along as soon as he realizes that she’s different, and he likes it. A lot. If you’re having a bad day please do yourself a favor and read this book! You won’t regret it and you’ll just end up with a smile on your face! Guaranteed! Full review available at Under the Pages.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dianne

    Looking for a “feel good about love” tale? Want to be able to smile about two souls meeting by chance and finding their own oasis of happiness and heart? Samantha Chase has it right here in ONE MORE MOMENT! After a heartbreaking opening, setting the background for drummer Julian Grayson’s complete mistrust in his ability to find happiness with someone else, a chance meeting and a misunderstanding just may change his heart. Social worker Charlotte Clark thought the man who couldn’t pay for his coff Looking for a “feel good about love” tale? Want to be able to smile about two souls meeting by chance and finding their own oasis of happiness and heart? Samantha Chase has it right here in ONE MORE MOMENT! After a heartbreaking opening, setting the background for drummer Julian Grayson’s complete mistrust in his ability to find happiness with someone else, a chance meeting and a misunderstanding just may change his heart. Social worker Charlotte Clark thought the man who couldn’t pay for his coffee was down on his luck and needed a helping hand. Julian, having forgotten his wallet, thought the woman offering to pay was looking for her “brush with fame.” As Charlotte is thinking she is lending a helping hand, about to change this man’s life for the better, she had no idea just how much that coffee would change both of their lives in the best way possible! Samantha Chase’s talent at storytelling is like a ray of sunshine on a cloudy day as she takes two completely lovable characters and sends them for a ride on a merry-go-round of romance and love! It’s so nice to find a love story with more positive than negative within as, once again, finding your heart’s better half is that silver lining to life! I received a complimentary ARC edition from Sourcebooks Casablanca! Series: Shaughnessy Brothers: Band on the Run - Book 3 Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (September 4, 2018) Publication Date: September 4, 2018 Genre: Contemporary Romance Print Length: 352 pages Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble For Reviews, Giveaways, Fabulous Book News, follow: http://tometender.blogspot.com

  3. 4 out of 5

    Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

    Between the Band on the Run series and the Shaughnessy Brothers series, author Samantha Chase managed to grab my eye and keep me engaged. Packed with a lot of emotion, a refreshing heroine, a stubborn hero, and lots of catching up with the other members of the band, One More Moment was a great ending to this series. After a spectacular revelation at his wedding that didn’t happen and a three month sabbatical rock star drummer Julian Grayson is back in California and trying to figure out what is n Between the Band on the Run series and the Shaughnessy Brothers series, author Samantha Chase managed to grab my eye and keep me engaged. Packed with a lot of emotion, a refreshing heroine, a stubborn hero, and lots of catching up with the other members of the band, One More Moment was a great ending to this series. After a spectacular revelation at his wedding that didn’t happen and a three month sabbatical rock star drummer Julian Grayson is back in California and trying to figure out what is next with his life, but on a morning coffee run he realizes he forgot his wallet and a woman pays for his order which irritates him because he believes she has recognized him and like everyone else wants something from him. He quickly begins to realize that social worker Charlotte Clark simply was doing a good deed for someone she believed was in need, and he is intrigued and curious about this woman who is so genuine and wants nothing more than to make the lives of the people who come to her for help better. First off I want to thank Ms. Chase for Charlotte Clark, a heroine with a heart of gold but also strong enough to give tough love when it is needed and believe me when I say Julian needed it. Charlotte was a breath of fresh air; optimistic even when things were at their worst and willing to go the extra mile for those who would let her. She was smart, but also had a hard time saying no even when it dug into her personal time because she felt that strongly about helping others which is why she was determined to help Julian when she thought he was down and out and even when she found out he was a famous rock star. I have a lot of admiration for Charlotte. I’ll admit that I had a rough time trying to figure out Julian and got a bit tired of his belief that the entire music world thought of him as a fool and honestly that was the sole reason this book was not five stars. I get that he was humiliated but he brought a lot of that on himself and he seemed to dwell on the negatives in everything instead of the positives. I thought as he shared some of his life with Charlotte that he would begin to understand why she and others thought he needed some counseling, yet he refused to get help and it frustrated me to no end. I hated that he didn’t see he was repeating old patterns and how toxic his thoughts and actions had become. There were moments when I thought he was getting a handle on things and then he fall back again, thankfully Charlotte was so even keel she handled him well and knew when to back off, his band and his manager though were another story. I loved watching their relationship play out even with all the ups and downs and most of all I applauded Charlotte for making Julian face his past, his feelings, and realize that only he could control what happened in his life. I also loved that in helping others Julian found joy in his music, joy in giving back, and joy in making a difference. I know it sounds like I didn’t like Julian very much, but that wasn’t the case I felt like Julian was in a really bad place and he needed help to get back to the man who was always willing to help his friends and family when they needed him without being used. A story of forgiveness, introspect, life, love, and giving back to others made One More Moment a satisfying and completely entertaining romance.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Maree Repa

    Five amazing Stars Moving On I was absolutely thrilled to read book three, Band on the Run. When Julian Grayson, member of the band catches his fiancée who is cheating. He decides to take a break from the romance and help out someone else in life. Julian Grayson finally arrived home after being away for many months. He felt just awkward, sticky and unclean. He really needed a shower. As he entered his large gorgeous home it still made him feel so uncomfortable. Everything was made him uncomfortable Five amazing Stars Moving On I was absolutely thrilled to read book three, Band on the Run. When Julian Grayson, member of the band catches his fiancée who is cheating. He decides to take a break from the romance and help out someone else in life. Julian Grayson finally arrived home after being away for many months. He felt just awkward, sticky and unclean. He really needed a shower. As he entered his large gorgeous home it still made him feel so uncomfortable. Everything was made him uncomfortable. Now that Dena, his ex wasn’t in his life anymore. Made Julian feel uncomfortable and made him completely furious. She had designed everything in Julian’s home. This house he had owned felt uncomfortable. It no longer felt like his anymore. Julian made the biggest decision. He left the wedding and drove his car away. He went straight to Mick’s house found his motorbike so he could immediately leave. He just had to leave. Dina, his fiancé had broken his heart. Julian now wanted to start his life again, without her. He had a chance to become himself once again. Finally arriving at his new beach house. Deciding that I really would be nice to sleep in his own bed after spending all those night in cheap motels. Julian was just so content. To relax would definitely be the next thing for him to learn. There was a problem too. The house wouldn’t be stocked with food or cleaned today. He would still have to wait and buy food himself. After mysteriously meeting with Charlotte Clark. Who he had originally met at the Coffees Shop and she helped Julian out. She was actually a vocational rehabilitation counsellor herself. She was generally a helping sweet person too. She would help people find a job. Maybe Julian needed some help in his life too! Such a truly marvellous romantic tale this was.I completely loved it so dearly. Absolutely brilliant characters throughout. A complete winner!! Congratulations Samantha Chase!! * I recommend this book to everyone!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    Decisions…..they define certain moments in our life. They can be unforgettable, tragic and even romantic. For Julian – his wedding was such a defining moment. Years led up to that day that should have been the happiest moment in his life. Instead – it was a ‘learning’ moment for everyone at the event. Those revelations led Julian to flee everything that he held dear in life. To rediscover what he was doing with his life, and find a way to put the revelations about Dena in his past. After returni Decisions…..they define certain moments in our life. They can be unforgettable, tragic and even romantic. For Julian – his wedding was such a defining moment. Years led up to that day that should have been the happiest moment in his life. Instead – it was a ‘learning’ moment for everyone at the event. Those revelations led Julian to flee everything that he held dear in life. To rediscover what he was doing with his life, and find a way to put the revelations about Dena in his past. After returning to town, Julian decided he couldn’t go ‘home’ ever again. So – the beach was the place that he felt the most unhindered. A daily trip to the local coffee house would leave Julian with more questions than answers. After leaving his wallet at home, Charlotte stepped up and offered to pay for Julian’s order. A simple act of doing the right thing left Julian in limbo. Who would do something nice without expecting anything in return? A rocky start with the encounter with Charlotte, left Julian wondering more about the gal that cared enough about others to lend him a helping hand. Julian decided to take Charlotte up on her offer to meet at a local facility that helps those in need. An eye opening task that made Julian question everything that he knew. There is one problem with this newfound revelation that Julian has….Charlotte doesn’t know the truth about Julian or where he comes from. Will they crash and burn when Charlotte discovers the man that she believed to be on hard times is really a rock star? One More Moment is the latest installment in the Band on the Run series. It was an interesting novel on the classic trope ….opposites attract. Julian isn’t your average band member, and it shows in his personality. Charlotte was the perfect character to land at Julian’s feet. The two create a world that I really could have stood to read more about! Make sure you read the other books in the series prior to One More Moment!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    This was a solid 4.5 read for me. A wonderful way to wrap up the bands tale! Chase masterfully draws the readers straight into the storytelling with heartfelt emotional connections and an engaging plot. Just the perfect amount real honest people, drama and life circumstances and deep and undeniable love. I flat out loved it. I received this ARC copy of One More Moment from SOURCEBOOKS Casablanca. This is my honest and voluntary review. One More Moment is set for publication Sept. 4, 2018. My Ratin This was a solid 4.5 read for me. A wonderful way to wrap up the bands tale! Chase masterfully draws the readers straight into the storytelling with heartfelt emotional connections and an engaging plot. Just the perfect amount real honest people, drama and life circumstances and deep and undeniable love. I flat out loved it. I received this ARC copy of One More Moment from SOURCEBOOKS Casablanca. This is my honest and voluntary review. One More Moment is set for publication Sept. 4, 2018. My Rating: 5 stars Written by: Samantha Chase Series: Shaughnessy Brothers: Band on the Run Sequence in Series: Book 3 Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca Publication Date: September 4, 2018 ISBN-10: 149261646X ISBN-13: 978-1492616467 Genre: Contemporary Romance Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/One-More-Momen... Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/one-... Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/one-... Want more check us out on Tome Tender Book Blog or on Facebook

  7. 5 out of 5

    Bec_BookMagicReviews

    Taking time off from the band and the spotlight is the right thing for Julian Grayson. He needs time to sort through the anger and get past it after the betrayal of his bride-to-be, but it isn't easy since her betrayal has cost him a lot. However, the moment he meets Charlotte Clark, he finds he's more alive than he's ever been, especially since she doesn't know who he is. Yet, the more time they spend together, the more Julian discovers how different Charlotte and his ex are. Will Julian be abl Taking time off from the band and the spotlight is the right thing for Julian Grayson. He needs time to sort through the anger and get past it after the betrayal of his bride-to-be, but it isn't easy since her betrayal has cost him a lot. However, the moment he meets Charlotte Clark, he finds he's more alive than he's ever been, especially since she doesn't know who he is. Yet, the more time they spend together, the more Julian discovers how different Charlotte and his ex are. Will Julian be able to convince Charlotte to take a chance on him or will she walk away from her chance at happy ever after because Julian doesn't realize why she doesn't need anything else but him? This is the first book I've read of this series, and I've got to say that it was absolutely engrossing, fast-paced and a story I was totally charmed by because of the wonderful main characters; the compelling dialogue that had me loving this couple's growing relationship, their back stories and the obstacles they face to be together; and the secondary characters that entertained me just as much as the main ones because they would do anything for Julian. The way this story started with the prologue had me sympathizing with the hero because how could his bride-to-be believe she could get away with everything she was doing and I liked that he wasn't about to continue to let her get away with everything she's done to him. Was the way he goes about exposing her too much? However, it was from the moment where Julian and Charlotte come face-to-face for the first time where this story really takes off, as Julian can't believe anyone could be as generous as the heroine without a motive. Will he find she's just a good person? As for the dialogue, it was intense due to the main characters back stories, especially that of the hero, because he's angry for what his ex did to him and it's made him question everything and has him wondering who he can trust. Moreover, I really liked both the main characters. They had me reading this story quickly, determined to discover more about them and what obstacles they would face to be together. Will Julian realize that all Charlotte wants is him before it's too late? Certainly, she's nothing like his ex in needing to be given something extravagant every time something goes wrong between them. With the heroine, she's resilient, hard-working, kind, caring and I liked how determined she was to help Julian, even though it seems he doesn't need her help. He's not helpless, but just angry at life. Will the hero be able to overcome his issues? I also liked how good Charlotte is for Julian because he needs to get past what's happened. No way can he keep going like he's going. He needs to face the past if he's to ever have a future with her. While the hero, he's struggling to move on from what his ex did and I could understand why he finds it hard to trust people. Still, I liked the hero's progression, as he begins to live life again by helping the heroine and then realizing that music is still very important to him. Really, it isn't easy for him to give up, no matter how much he thinks giving up his music career will help him to move forward with his life. Overall, Ms. Chase has delivered a well-written and wonderful read in this book where the chemistry between this couple was intense; the romance was delightful and sweet and shows how good these two are together; and the ending had me loving the hero's determination to win back Charlotte after their relationship goes awry. However, it was the epilogue that wrapped this story up nicely, as I liked how far Julian's come since meeting Charlotte. I would recommend One More Moment by Samantha Chase, if you enjoy the mysterious strangers trope, the opposites attract trope or books by authors Erin McCarthy, Erin Nicholas, Melanie Shawn and Melissa Foster.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Susan Gorman

    Do you believe that a random act of kindness can change your life? Social worker Charlotte Clark pays it forward and buys coffee and muffins for the unkempt, cranky guy ahead of her in line at her local coffee shop. The man starts to argue with her and she smiles and responds ‘pay it forward.’ Charlotte has no clue that she’s bought Shaughnessy drummer Julian Grayson breakfast while Julian has no idea what ‘pay it forward means.’ Charlotte’s charity drew me into the story. She is genuine, compass Do you believe that a random act of kindness can change your life? Social worker Charlotte Clark pays it forward and buys coffee and muffins for the unkempt, cranky guy ahead of her in line at her local coffee shop. The man starts to argue with her and she smiles and responds ‘pay it forward.’ Charlotte has no clue that she’s bought Shaughnessy drummer Julian Grayson breakfast while Julian has no idea what ‘pay it forward means.’ Charlotte’s charity drew me into the story. She is genuine, compassionate person who loves the beach, her job and her community. I adored Charlotte and her desire to help people. After leaving his cheating ex-fiancé at the altar, Julian is back in California after a three -month cross country trip. He’s angry, emotionally burned out and he’s avoiding his Shaughnessy band members; Riley, Matt and Dylan. He is so surprised that Charlotte doesn’t want something from him- an autograph, picture or a hookup. He is so jaded that he can’t accept a cup of coffee from someone without immediately thinking the worst. People ask me why I read Samantha Chase’s novels. I ADORE her characters. I can connect with Ms. Chase’s honest, flawed characters. You might see a glimpse of your brother, sister, husband or best friend in her stories. Each character is unique and grows within the story. I connected with Charlotte and Julian’s story immediately. I loved watching this couple who seemed so very different fall in love. Loving Charlotte brought out the best in Julian. I loved the scene when he asked Charlotte what she would do if she had an entire day off. He made her dreams of reading at the beach come true; a simple but heartfelt gesture. The couple has obstacles to overcome. Julian needs to acknowledge his feelings towards his ex-fiancé and move forward. Most importantly, Julian needs to accept that Charlotte loves him; not what his money can buy her. One More Moment is so much more than a rock band book. This novel tackles several social issues. Homelessness, unemployment, trust, communication and commitment are integral pieces of the storyline. Samantha Chase’s strong narrative voice shines in this story as Julian struggles with anger, loss and self-doubt. Even though the chemistry between the couple is off the charts, falling in love doesn’t come easy for Charlotte and Julian. Their struggles are real and their journey had several unexpected twists and turns. If you are looking for a book with all the feels… one click ONE MORE MOMENT! I am sure you will adore this compassionate character driven story! I enjoyed each of the Band OnThe Run novels. Each book tackled a tough subject – ill-advised career decisions, drunk driving, anger and avoidance—and wove in humor, compassion and love. I connected with each character and became immersed in their journeys. I recommend each one of the books within the series

  9. 4 out of 5

    Thuy (tweezyreads)

    The opening of this book pulls you in immediately. Its his wedding day, and his wedding day doesn't happen so he sets off for 3 months of soul searching/time out time. He is crashing at a house in Malibu picking up the pieces of his life and trying to figure it out. He's a famous drummer in the band Shaughnessy Brothers. Enter Charlotte..... Charlotte is a happy, friendly, do-gooder. She is at a coffee shop, waiting in line behind this guy who looks like he's down on his luck. She is a social work The opening of this book pulls you in immediately. Its his wedding day, and his wedding day doesn't happen so he sets off for 3 months of soul searching/time out time. He is crashing at a house in Malibu picking up the pieces of his life and trying to figure it out. He's a famous drummer in the band Shaughnessy Brothers. Enter Charlotte..... Charlotte is a happy, friendly, do-gooder. She is at a coffee shop, waiting in line behind this guy who looks like he's down on his luck. She is a social worker, but helps people with jobs, and everything else when they're down on their luck. She assumes he's down on his with the way he looks, and the fact that he ordered coffee and food, and realizes he forgot his wallet she comes to the rescue and pays for his order. He doesn't get it. People usually want something from him, and he realizes she doesn't know who he is. So, he plays along. He shows up and volunteers, doesn't give up any information, but eventually people do realize who he is. This was a cute read. For some reason, I couldn't feel the connection between these two. While I thought the story was cute, I didn't find that they had much chemistry. I wanted a little more of a connection. But overall, the story was cute and I've enjoyed this series with the guys.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    One More Moment by Samantha Chase in the third book in her Band on the Run series, but the first I read and loved it! I am definitely going back and reading the previous books! This story was unexpectedly sweet and charming. Julian Grayson is tired and needs a break. He loves his band, but with a cheating fiancé and always being in the spotlight, he needed to get away. And when a friendly woman offers to pay for his coffee when he forgot his wallet, he thinks she has ulterior motives. All Charlo One More Moment by Samantha Chase in the third book in her Band on the Run series, but the first I read and loved it! I am definitely going back and reading the previous books! This story was unexpectedly sweet and charming. Julian Grayson is tired and needs a break. He loves his band, but with a cheating fiancé and always being in the spotlight, he needed to get away. And when a friendly woman offers to pay for his coffee when he forgot his wallet, he thinks she has ulterior motives. All Charlotte wants to do is help a man she thinks may be in need. So begins a journey that will change both of their lives! Charlotte is friendly, sweet and loves to help others when she can. She is all heart. Julian, being disillusioned right now, does not react the way she expected. But what she does not know is who this man truly is, and he is taken off guard by that. People always want something from him and she is so refreshing! I really enjoyed reading One More Moment by Samantha Chase. For a story about a musician, it was truly sweet and adorable read. I loved the characters so much and their story. I am excited to read the previous books! Read and reviewed for Sultry Sirens Book Blog. Happy reading!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Pennie Morgan

    This was an absolute delight! Charlotte Clark is waiting for coffee behind a disheveled looking man who is grumbling and when he gets to the front of the line and orders he realizes he forgot his wallet. She offers to pay for his coffee when she orders his and he is angry and dismayed and follows her out of the coffee shop. Julian Grayson has never gotten anything before without someone asking for something in return. He is insistent she wants something. Charlotte is convinced he is homeless and This was an absolute delight! Charlotte Clark is waiting for coffee behind a disheveled looking man who is grumbling and when he gets to the front of the line and orders he realizes he forgot his wallet. She offers to pay for his coffee when she orders his and he is angry and dismayed and follows her out of the coffee shop. Julian Grayson has never gotten anything before without someone asking for something in return. He is insistent she wants something. Charlotte is convinced he is homeless and just wants to help. He is actually a rock star who has been running from his life for the past 3 months. What follows is a remarkable love story that renews our faith in others. Charity given for the sake of just a good deed with nothing expected in return is the best thing and we really do reap what we sow. This is the end of this series and since I have not read the rest of the series I was not lost. I did read several of the Shaughnessy books and loved those. I think it is time to go back and finish that series and find the rest of this one. **Received this ARC for review from the publisher via NetGalley**

  12. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    **I voluntarily read an early copy of this title courtesy of NetGalley and the publisher.** The Shaughnessy Brothers: Band on the Run series has been one I have enjoyed throughout and One More Moment was a perfect addition! I will say that this book will be more enjoyable if you have read the others in the series. The other characters are present and having some knowledge of their backstory is helpful. Julian Grayson has always been the most mysterious of the Shaughnessy band members. It was clear **I voluntarily read an early copy of this title courtesy of NetGalley and the publisher.** The Shaughnessy Brothers: Band on the Run series has been one I have enjoyed throughout and One More Moment was a perfect addition! I will say that this book will be more enjoyable if you have read the others in the series. The other characters are present and having some knowledge of their backstory is helpful. Julian Grayson has always been the most mysterious of the Shaughnessy band members. It was clear he was the drummer and that everyone around him thought he could do better in the girlfriend department, but that was all we knew. What I can tell you is that Jules is SO much more than that and I was so excited to learn more about him. He's passionate, loyal, stubborn and he's wickedly talented. Charlotte Clark loves to help people. She is a social worker and wants to do the best she can for those that come through her office door and sometimes it is at her own expense. She's passionate and she's committed to her work without a doubt, but she wants more than that. She wants the family and the white picket fence and what she wouldn't give for a beachfront view. When Julian and Charlotte meet in line at the coffee house, Charlotte mistakes the circumstances and believes that Julian is in need of her professional skills. Liking that Charlotte has no clue who he is, Julian doesn't correct her. As the two begin to spend more and more time together, the attraction grows and finally it can't be stopped any longer. The question is, will the baggage from Julian's previous relationship not only tank this one before it really gets started, but will it also end his music career? This book was fantastic from the start. I loved all of the characters and the way that everything unfolded. It seemed like this could really happen in the real world. To me, this book was about finding your inner strength to overcome the things that are put in your path and you have to be ready to deal with them to finally come to that conclusion. Watching the way that both Charlotte and Julian grew, both separately and as a couple, was lovely to see and it should show people that sometimes you have to lean on others to get back to where you really need to be.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Isha Coleman

    In life and in love we tend to take ourselves too seriously. One More Moment is a complicated tale of hardship and appreciation for the simple things. The key to living is to not sweat the small stuff but enjoy the important moments. Julian and Charlotte have much to learn about life, love and each other. Samantha Chase takes readers on an insightful and entertaining road trip.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I thought story was a bit long and then I wondered why it felt that way. I think I was not interested in Julian at all. I didn't like what he did at his wedding and him being a doormat and then taking his anger out at every one. I just think counseling was needed from the get go. Author alluded several times as Charlotte was someone qualifed. So it felt dragged on to me. I'm happy to see the band back though..

  15. 5 out of 5

    BookAddict

    If one word could sum up this book, it might be “unexpected.” Many of us have the memory of a small, seemingly random act that turned into more than we imagined. When vocational counselor Charlotte Clark buys a coffee for the guy ahead of her in line, she thinks he's in the same dire straits as her clients, possibly even homeless. She tells him not to worry about repaying her, but to pay it forward. After a few more not-so-random encounters they get to know each other a little better. Imagine Ch If one word could sum up this book, it might be “unexpected.” Many of us have the memory of a small, seemingly random act that turned into more than we imagined. When vocational counselor Charlotte Clark buys a coffee for the guy ahead of her in line, she thinks he's in the same dire straits as her clients, possibly even homeless. She tells him not to worry about repaying her, but to pay it forward. After a few more not-so-random encounters they get to know each other a little better. Imagine Charlotte's surprise when Julian eventually reveals he's Julian Grayson, drummer for the famous rock band, Shaughnessy. The early copy I read of this book was my first by this author, and for me it was certainly unexpected. I figured I was reading another common romance in a vast, cluttered sea of them. I anticipated a few hours of escape and that the characters would leave my mind as soon as I was on to the next book. Instead, Charlotte and Julian snuck into my heart and now refuse to leave. These characters were a delightful, evocative, spellbinding, heart-gripping surprise. Charlotte is such an amazingly good person that her goodness infuses everything she does. She’s content with her ordinary life and finds satisfaction in the good she can do for her clients and seeing the difference her assistance makes in their lives. She’s genuine, down to earth and compassionate and her natural inclination and training make it impossible for her to not try to help others in need. Of course these are all things that draw Julian to her. Now Julian is a different story. He’s a pretty colossal mess during most of the book, and one of my favorite lines is when Charlotte tells him “I loved you when you were being completely unlovable.“ In Julian's defense, he's had some pretty carpy stuff happen, with his girlfriend of five years using him for his fame and money and cheating on him most of those five years, but he didn’t help his case with the publicly humiliating way he ended things. He also didn’t help his relationship with his band mates, who've been like brothers to him, by running away for three months and then turning his back on music. He has a lot of anger, even rage, to work out and his preferred coping mechanism is avoidance. He also tends to fall back on old relationship practices that may have worked with his fiancée but have the opposite effect with a very different Charlotte. Charlotte and Julian are the most believable, complex, endearing characters I’ve read in quite a while. Ms. Chase made them so authentic and realistic I felt like I knew them personally and was completely invested in seeing them get their forever, as I would be for any good friend. She also exemplifies something I wish a lot of authors would figure out. The reader's connection to and investment in the characters come from the depth of the emotional connection between the two characters, which may or may not include detailed sexy times in the bedroom. Have no doubt, these two have some deep emotions that tugged my heart all over the place, and their chemistry is so smoking hot it’s impossible for the reader to miss. Because of this, I found the story fully complete and satisfying even without the bedroom details. In some ways, I think it made the connection between the characters stronger since the focus was on their interactions, their thoughts and their feelings. One More Moment breaks the mold and shatters any preconceived notions of the rock star romance trope. There is little of the rock band trappings, and Julian is definitely an atypical rock star. But after spending a good portion of the book wallowing in anger and trapped in the past, he manages to redeem himself in an epic way, giving a whole new meaning to “pay it forward." It was amazingly beautiful to see and filled my heart so full I thought it would burst. All of his internal fighting and wrestling and being stuck just made his figuring things out and overcoming his demons that much more rewarding. If you’re looking for something fresh, inspiring, captivating, unique and unexpected, you'll love this book. But be warned, Charlotte and Julian will undoubtedly steal your heart. *I reviewed this book freely and voluntarily, having made no commitment to provide a review and receiving no compensation of any kind from any source for this review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Evelyn

    Reviewed for www.buriedunderromance.com It’s always sad to finish the last book in a series and say goodbye to characters you’ve come to love. In ONE MORE MOMENT by Samantha Chase, we’re saying goodbye to the members of the world-famous rock band “Shaughnessey” and the women who love them. The final story belongs to drummer Julian Greyson who, after bringing their wedding to a complete halt by totally embarrassing his cheating fiancée in front of the wedding guests, takes a break from the band a Reviewed for www.buriedunderromance.com It’s always sad to finish the last book in a series and say goodbye to characters you’ve come to love. In ONE MORE MOMENT by Samantha Chase, we’re saying goodbye to the members of the world-famous rock band “Shaughnessey” and the women who love them. The final story belongs to drummer Julian Greyson who, after bringing their wedding to a complete halt by totally embarrassing his cheating fiancée in front of the wedding guests, takes a break from the band and goes off on a quest to find himself. He no longer wants to deal with the paparazzi or his rock band lifestyle, so he decides to quit the band. While visiting a Starbucks, social worker Charlotte Clark mistakes Julian for a homeless man and buys him coffee. Not realizing that Charlotte hasn’t recognized him, Julian gets angry. He is not used to people doing things for him without wanting something from him in return. Charlotte convinces Julian to volunteer at the homeless shelter. He is intrigued by her passion for what she does, and by the time she finds out who he is, there is a strong attraction between them. He continues to find ways to help her at the shelter, but the band and the fans want him back. This is a classic story of opposites attract. Charlotte is happy, confident, and generous. Julian is grumpy, uncomfortable with his life and had serious issues with trust. Charlotte is very good for Julian, but he is his own worst enemy. This story grabbed me right from the wedding scene at the start and didn’t let me go. I was intrigued by Julian’s dilemma about giving up the life of a famous rock star, and I loved Charlotte and their developing relationship. The supporting characters remained true to the characters established in the previous books, and I was glad to see that they had major roles in this book also. All in all, this was a well-written, fitting end to the Shaughnessey Band series. I am just sad that we won’t be coming back to revisit Julian and Charlotte to see how they are doing down the road. I voluntarily read an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Marsha Spohn

    Reviewed at Keeper Bookshelf It’s always a bittersweet moment for me when a series I’ve enjoyed comes to a close – but what a story to finish off the Shaughnessy Brothers: Band on the Run series. If you need a feel good romance in your life right now, this is the story you’ll want to pick up. Charlotte is that heroine you’ll fall in love with and want for your best friend. She’s upbeat, sees the good in all people, gives far beyond the criteria of her “job” and is simply a good, nice person. Her Reviewed at Keeper Bookshelf It’s always a bittersweet moment for me when a series I’ve enjoyed comes to a close – but what a story to finish off the Shaughnessy Brothers: Band on the Run series. If you need a feel good romance in your life right now, this is the story you’ll want to pick up. Charlotte is that heroine you’ll fall in love with and want for your best friend. She’s upbeat, sees the good in all people, gives far beyond the criteria of her “job” and is simply a good, nice person. Her first encounter with Julian shows her core beliefs and she, frankly, was a joy to encounter. Julian is… harder, more cynical, definitely wounded in ways that he himself keeps perpetuating. Yes, he’s a famous rock star who cannot believe that someone would do a good deed simply because they could with no payback in any form their goal. He’s been shaken to his core by his wedding that never happened experience, and by other life lessons so he allows Charlotte to believe what she thinks she sees, a man down on his luck, and enjoys being seen for himself for a change. He’ll have to tell her the truth eventually, but for now he’s simply going with the flow that is Charlotte at her very best… real, honest and giving. I admit, there were times that Julian was hard to take. Yet when he finally got his “aha” moment, that was golden to see the man he could become once he left the past where it belongs, in the rear-view mirror. It was fun to run into familiar faces, and I leave this world happy with the series and the people I met in Band on the Run. Now I’m looking forward to what Samantha Chase brings us next. I would definitely recommend One More Moment to any Romance reader who enjoys touches of reality, a believable couple and a very good story. *I received an e-ARC of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley. That does not change what I think of this story. It is my choice to leave a review giving my personal opinion about this book.*

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ruthie Taylor

    ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~ This is the third book in the series, and somehow I missed the earlier ones, but will be rectifying that when I find the time. I have however read many Samantha Chase novels and enjoyed them all - so was certain this would be good. If you are a big fan of rockstar romances, like me, then you will definitely enjoy this one. Julian has spent the last five years with someone that he now finds himself about to marry ... but ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~ This is the third book in the series, and somehow I missed the earlier ones, but will be rectifying that when I find the time. I have however read many Samantha Chase novels and enjoyed them all - so was certain this would be good. If you are a big fan of rockstar romances, like me, then you will definitely enjoy this one. Julian has spent the last five years with someone that he now finds himself about to marry ... but he has a plan to ensure that he doesn't. A really dramatic start to a book, and an act which it turns out affected him almost more than anyone else. As the book develops we get to understand what type of a guy he is, and why this was such an uncharacteristic act, and such a damaging one. Luckily, he has some great bandmates, and meets a woman who has nothing but good intentions at heart. Charlotte is a normal woman, with an important job helping others. She just can't help herself, which is how she comes across Julian, and the whole misunderstanding gives then a chance to get to know each other. I love that she is so self aware that she worries about how she will survive afterwards, as she will not be able to help going all in. She is not fearful, just a realist. The author cleverly piles the pressure on Julian and gives us both their viewpoints, so that we can appreciate how even the kindest exchange of words can trigger bad reactions, and pick at the underlying issues. Obviously there is a master plan, and the reader just has to be patient and hopeful, that both of these people will get the future they deserve.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Emily (Mrs B's Books)

    **Copy Provided by Netgalley and Sourcebooks Casablanca for an honest review** This can totally be read as a stand alone story, but i would bet it would still be nice to know more of the previous characters stories, however enough is given in this book to keep you in the know. Charlotte is a hard worker with a passion for her job helping the homeless find their feet in the most careful and sensitive way. It is a misunderstanding thinking that Julian is a little like the people that she helps out d **Copy Provided by Netgalley and Sourcebooks Casablanca for an honest review** This can totally be read as a stand alone story, but i would bet it would still be nice to know more of the previous characters stories, however enough is given in this book to keep you in the know. Charlotte is a hard worker with a passion for her job helping the homeless find their feet in the most careful and sensitive way. It is a misunderstanding thinking that Julian is a little like the people that she helps out daily that sends these two into a happiness that they thought may never happen for them. Julian has only just got back from a three month road trip after a dramatic ending to his previous unhealthy relationship. He is surprised that someone is doing something for him for nothing, let alone that she does not recognise him. The pair work really well together, it is only Julians past that is keeping him from seeing how his past is hurting the new relationship that he wants with Charlotte, however he certainly is good at organising help for Charlottes work and getting hands on with the helping. I really enjoyed this book, the sex scenes were what my mother describes and 'closed door' scenes, however there was still heat and certainly chemistry between the pair that scorched the pages. I will certainly have to go back to books one and two at some time, just to finish off the series :)

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. There is so much I could say about this book, and it would all be true. Julian's character has been hurt so many time and goes out of his way to be step up, be the person that everyone can depend on. On his wedding day, he decides he needs a break and does the unthinkable. He outs his fiancee's cheating on him to everyone just before they say their vows. Needing a much needed break, he leaves town on the back of his bike se I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. There is so much I could say about this book, and it would all be true. Julian's character has been hurt so many time and goes out of his way to be step up, be the person that everyone can depend on. On his wedding day, he decides he needs a break and does the unthinkable. He outs his fiancee's cheating on him to everyone just before they say their vows. Needing a much needed break, he leaves town on the back of his bike seeing solace in the unknown. Charlotte Clark is a social worker who helps people, who for whatever reason, that have lost their way. Growing up she watched her father struggle after losing his job. Knowing that the pain of that loss affects more than the adults, she does her best to make sure the entire family finds stability during trying times. When she meets Julian, she sees that he's struggling with something, but not sure what. Julian can't help thinking that everyone wants something from him. When Charlotte buys him a coffee when he forgets his wallet, he can't help but think that of her. He can't seem to accept that she wants nothing in return. As he gets to know her better, he sees the kindness in her and begins to believe again. Then his ex shows up and reminds him that he can't trust those who supposedly love it. A great book that I highly recommend. I couldn't put it down. ~~Wicked Reads Review Team~~

  21. 4 out of 5

    Three Chicks

    Review by Trinette Dungee How do you spend a relaxing week at the beach? You load up on books and you definitely include this one. The Band Shaughnessy has had its fair share of trouble with its bandmates and Julian Grayson is not immune. Fresh off a three month hiatus from life he has decided that maybe it’s time for him to quit the band. A very public breakup from his ex-fiancée and a circus of rumors of her infidelity he’s pretty sure he wants to quit everything. He just wants to live a life o Review by Trinette Dungee How do you spend a relaxing week at the beach? You load up on books and you definitely include this one. The Band Shaughnessy has had its fair share of trouble with its bandmates and Julian Grayson is not immune. Fresh off a three month hiatus from life he has decided that maybe it’s time for him to quit the band. A very public breakup from his ex-fiancée and a circus of rumors of her infidelity he’s pretty sure he wants to quit everything. He just wants to live a life out of the spotlight; however, meeting Charlotte gives him a glimpse of what giving up everything includes. Charlotte is a healer and a fixer by nature. Her job as a social worker allows her to do what comes natural to her. But Charlotte may have just met the one person she can’t heal or fix. Julian’s a real tough nut to crack and teaches Charlotte that sometime you can’t fix or heal someone but you can be the stability they need to fix themselves. I really enjoyed Charlotte and Julian. Although things seemed to move a little fast, I liked the way their relationship started and how it progressed. There wasn’t anything in particular about this book and story line that jumped out at me but the flow was easy and the characters were really likable, all of the characters. This is book 3 in the Band on the Run Series and a spin off from The Shaughnessy Brothers Series so there are quite a bit of recurring characters or mention of them. It did get a little overwhelming reading about past characters but it wasn’t distracting, in fact it’s making me want to go back and read those books. Great beach read to finish out the summer.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Erin Lewis

    4.5 Star Review of One More Moment (Band On The Run #3) by Samantha Chase What do you do when you are virtually left at the altar? That is the position drummer Julian Grayson finds himself in and he decides to take 3 months off and retreat to the beach to contemplate his life and his future. When Julian forgets his wallets and cannot pay for his coffee Charlotte Clark offers to pay. Julian is sure that she has recognised him, and this is an attempt to get him to “owe” her. after all he is a famous 4.5 Star Review of One More Moment (Band On The Run #3) by Samantha Chase What do you do when you are virtually left at the altar? That is the position drummer Julian Grayson finds himself in and he decides to take 3 months off and retreat to the beach to contemplate his life and his future. When Julian forgets his wallets and cannot pay for his coffee Charlotte Clark offers to pay. Julian is sure that she has recognised him, and this is an attempt to get him to “owe” her. after all he is a famous rock star, but nothing could be further from the truth. Charlotte has no idea who Julian is, all she was trying to do was a good deed.Charlotte is sweet and a tad naive and decides to throw herself into helping Julian transform his life. Julian decides to go along with it knowing full well he will have to eventually reveal who he really is. What will happen when Charlotte finds out the truth? I was riveted from the start with this book and it was fantastic to see some characters that I recognise make an appearance. This book at times was an emotional roller coaster with plenty of drama, angst and love sprinkled throughout. Although a stand alone I do feel you might get more enjoyment if you were to read the previous two books in the series I was given this book in exchange for an honest review through the publisher and NetGalley

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lorna

    Ultra famous rock star comes out of hiding from the world after a huge public breakup when he meets his match in a woman that is the complete opposite of his previous love. That’s it in a nutshell-but it was a fun nutshell! When I first received this book for review, I immediately went and bought book one from the Band on the Run series titled, One More Kiss. It was my first book by this author and to be honest it didn’t blow me away. So then I went into this third book in the series a bit worrie Ultra famous rock star comes out of hiding from the world after a huge public breakup when he meets his match in a woman that is the complete opposite of his previous love. That’s it in a nutshell-but it was a fun nutshell! When I first received this book for review, I immediately went and bought book one from the Band on the Run series titled, One More Kiss. It was my first book by this author and to be honest it didn’t blow me away. So then I went into this third book in the series a bit worried. Well, I shouldn’t have worried at all, it was so much better and I really enjoyed it. It also didn’t matter that I hadn’t read book two, as each can standalone. Not going to lie, the prologue to this book managed to really surprise me. Talk about a twist. I was familiar with the two main characters from the prologue after reading book one(sorta)so it wasn’t totally unexpected-just the way it was done. It surprised me and it takes a lot to do that with a contemporary romance so that was a mark in it’s favor from the beginning. Julian Grayson is the drummer for Shaughnessy, a hugely successful rock band. He is just back from taking on on a three month odyssey to find himself and heal. He’s been hurt horribly emotionally and he has a lot to get over after his bad breakup. His first morning back, as he waits in line for coffee, a woman in the line mistakes him for a homeless person due to the state of his hair and the clothes that he slept in. He thinks she’s got an agenda and it takes him awhile to understand that she’s just a good person who knows nothing about him. She’s a social worker for the homeless and he doesn’t exactly explain who he is at first. It’s new for him to have someone that wants to give to him for a change. It’s not for the whole book, but long enough for some confusion-among other things. Charlotte Clark is clueless when it came to Julian. She knows she’s attracted to him, but knows she needs to be professional and help him find a job. When he visits the homeless shelter she works part time at, he suddenly becomes aware of a part of life that he hadn’t thought twice about. He ends up volunteering. And of course, a romance happens. I am going to leave the story at that due to spoilers, other than to say that Julian is pretty broken and Charlotte was pretty perfect to be the one to mend him. This is one of those books that you get to see quite a bit of the previous rockers and their women and I really like that. The characters are well drawn, Julian’s in particular. I really felt for him at times and wanted to yell at him at other times. And Charlotte was just an all around sweetheart, although she does has a bit of the feisty in her. This book was worth it for the prologue and how the couple meet alone, but over and beyond that, I just really liked the read. One thing I wish there was more of was with the band on the road or in concert. There’s definitely not a lot of that. It’s an adult read, as it features foreplay(and after), but anything explicit happens mostly behind closed doors. Still I would recommend this to 16+ contemporary romance readers. (Originally posted on Delighted Reader)

  24. 4 out of 5

    Joni Simpson Foster

    Samantha did an amazing job yet again with this book, the 3rd book in the Band on the Run series. One More Moment caught ur attention with all the feels. Julian running from an almost marriage comes home after a 3 month long road trip. He wasn't excepting to meet anyone let alone fall for the beautiful Charlotte. Their meeting wasn't normal by any stretch, they both were at a local coffee shop. After Julian had ordered he realized he had forgotten his wallet, Charlotte was standing in line behin Samantha did an amazing job yet again with this book, the 3rd book in the Band on the Run series. One More Moment caught ur attention with all the feels. Julian running from an almost marriage comes home after a 3 month long road trip. He wasn't excepting to meet anyone let alone fall for the beautiful Charlotte. Their meeting wasn't normal by any stretch, they both were at a local coffee shop. After Julian had ordered he realized he had forgotten his wallet, Charlotte was standing in line behind him and figured that she would pay it forward and pay for his coffee. Julian was offended by this gesture of kindness. Charlotte was taken by surprise and told him to just pay in forward the next time. After that encounter Julian couldn't get her out of his head. There was something about her that he couldn't put his finger on, he wanted to know more about her. Charlotte on the other hand thought that he might be down on his luck a d in need to a job so she offers her assistance to help. They started spending time together, learning all they could about one another.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Linniegayl

    I loved this book to feature the last of the members of the band Shaughnessy. Julian, the drummer of the band has been a bit of an enigma throughout the series, and he definitely came into his own in this book. Throughout the other books each of the band members have at least once worried about Julian's horrible relationship with Dena, the woman who took and took and took from Julian but gave him nothing much in return. The first chapter of the book was definitely over-the-top as Julian finally I loved this book to feature the last of the members of the band Shaughnessy. Julian, the drummer of the band has been a bit of an enigma throughout the series, and he definitely came into his own in this book. Throughout the other books each of the band members have at least once worried about Julian's horrible relationship with Dena, the woman who took and took and took from Julian but gave him nothing much in return. The first chapter of the book was definitely over-the-top as Julian finally deals with Dena, setting him on a new path. Charlotte, the workaholic social worker proves to be the perfect match for Julian. While she definitely has a soft heart, she's also strong enough and determined enough to stand up to Julian. The book ends with a nice wrap-up/reminder of each of the band members' stories, reminding us of where they've been, what they've gone through, and where they are now. It also made me long to go back and read of their stories again, which I'm sure I will at some point. Definitely an A- for me, so five stars here.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Britt Red Hatter Book Blog

    An emotional read full of heart and sweet heat. One More Moment had me hooked from the jaw dropping beginning! Quickly turning into such a sweet story that was bursting at the seams with seriously swoony romance and heartfelt emotion. Julian and Charlotte’s story swept me off my feet! A rockstar on the run after a horrible relationship, Julian is hiding from everyone and everything and truly lost. I couldn’t help but find myself drawn to Julian. My heart ached for him and all he had been through. An emotional read full of heart and sweet heat. One More Moment had me hooked from the jaw dropping beginning! Quickly turning into such a sweet story that was bursting at the seams with seriously swoony romance and heartfelt emotion. Julian and Charlotte’s story swept me off my feet! A rockstar on the run after a horrible relationship, Julian is hiding from everyone and everything and truly lost. I couldn’t help but find myself drawn to Julian. My heart ached for him and all he had been through. Charlotte was the complete opposite of Julian. Grounded, cheerful, and full of kindness with a generous heart she was exactly what he needed in his life when these two crossed paths. With just as much healing and growth as there was romance One More Moment is guaranteed to hit you right in the feels on nearly every page!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    What an amazing addition to the Shaughnessy series! Talk about saving the best for last. I have been anxiously awaiting Julian’s story and Samantha did not disappoint. I was completely wrapped up in his story from the very beginning. Samantha has a way with her writing that pulls you in to the story. Not only making it easy for you to visualize everything happening, but also pulls you in emotionally. You feel what the characters are feeling. You laugh with them, cry with them, feel the struggles What an amazing addition to the Shaughnessy series! Talk about saving the best for last. I have been anxiously awaiting Julian’s story and Samantha did not disappoint. I was completely wrapped up in his story from the very beginning. Samantha has a way with her writing that pulls you in to the story. Not only making it easy for you to visualize everything happening, but also pulls you in emotionally. You feel what the characters are feeling. You laugh with them, cry with them, feel the struggles and successes. You fall in love right along with them. Charlotte is exactly what Julian needed and watching their love blossom was emotional and beautiful. It was heartfelt and realistic. The chemistry and pull was undeniable. I loved seeing Julian heal and grow and learn to trust again. Make sure to grab your copy today!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Alcazar

    So let me tell you what THE best part of this book was ….. Charlotte Clark! What an incredible character this author created. And a perfect match for our hero. This woman was everything we all aspire to be …strong and independent, the glass was always half full and sunshine peeked thru cloudy skies. Man, I loved her! And yes, Julian is likeable also but Charlotte … yeah. She made this story stand out. The last of the Band on the Run stories packed a bit of a punch on all fronts. It was bitterswee So let me tell you what THE best part of this book was ….. Charlotte Clark! What an incredible character this author created. And a perfect match for our hero. This woman was everything we all aspire to be …strong and independent, the glass was always half full and sunshine peeked thru cloudy skies. Man, I loved her! And yes, Julian is likeable also but Charlotte … yeah. She made this story stand out. The last of the Band on the Run stories packed a bit of a punch on all fronts. It was bittersweet knowing this was the last book in the series but the author made sure to throw in past characters in the journey for us to make it that much more meaningful. This series has been a hit for me from the beginning. It has made my heart smile from the beginning. I’ve said this in every review of this series and it still stands now: This was another high ranking **happy sigh** book that shouldn't be missed by this author. It will make you feel good no matter what's going on in your life :)

  29. 4 out of 5

    Laura Voss

    I received a copy from NetGalley. I have been waiting not so patiently for this story. I love this series and everyone in the band. Samantha Chase weaves the lives of all of the bank though the story so you feel connected to everyone you fell in love with before. Let's talk about Julian. Poor guy has had some issues and at times I wanted to strangle him but in the end he's on the top of my list of favorite loves in the band. I have a thing for drummers and he would be the man except for the fact I received a copy from NetGalley. I have been waiting not so patiently for this story. I love this series and everyone in the band. Samantha Chase weaves the lives of all of the bank though the story so you feel connected to everyone you fell in love with before. Let's talk about Julian. Poor guy has had some issues and at times I wanted to strangle him but in the end he's on the top of my list of favorite loves in the band. I have a thing for drummers and he would be the man except for the fact that Riley will ALWAYS be number one. I loved the series and the story. Samantha Chase always delivers!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Patty Montoro

    One More Moment is my favorite book of this series. Julian is serious and intense and Charlotte is sweet, sexy and sassy. In the beginning Julian did not want to admit his attraction to Charlotte. He was buried in the past. Julian is holding in his emotions. In the past his pride and and his heart were damaged. Charlotte understands he was hurt and accepts where he is now. Julian wants to make Charlotte happy he is tender and caring with her. But he doesn't share all of himself with Charlotte. I One More Moment is my favorite book of this series. Julian is serious and intense and Charlotte is sweet, sexy and sassy. In the beginning Julian did not want to admit his attraction to Charlotte. He was buried in the past. Julian is holding in his emotions. In the past his pride and and his heart were damaged. Charlotte understands he was hurt and accepts where he is now. Julian wants to make Charlotte happy he is tender and caring with her. But he doesn't share all of himself with Charlotte. I love once Julian lets Charlotte in his heart and lets go of his past. This is very character driven story that will pull at you heartstrings. This is my favorite book of Samantha's to date.

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