Daisy Prescott is a new to me author, but when I read the description of The Last Wingman, I knew I neded to give this author a try. This book is the last in the Wingmen series, but can be read as a standalone. Thanks to Inkslinger PR and the author, I received an ARC to read and review! Today I have the release blitz and my review, so take a look!
It’s time for the last of the Wingmen to get his story! Don’t miss THE LAST WINGMAN, the final book in USA Today bestselling author Daisy Prescott’s Wingmen series. Be sure to grab your copy today!
About THE LAST WINGMAN
Jonah Kingston is the last wingman standing.
June Moxee doesn’t care if he’s the last man on earth.
I haven’t exactly avoided relationships, but love has never been a priority. Solitude doesn’t bother me and being alone doesn’t mean being lonely. Until she moved to the island and I had to reconsider everything.
June seems content running her yarn shop, knitting with the local church ladies, and avoiding me. She’s a temptress in a handknit sweater. And for some reason, she’s not a fan of mine. It might be the tattoos. Or the beard. Or the fact that we’re polar opposites.
A woman has finally caught my attention. Too bad she thinks she hates me.
Good thing I’m stubborn enough to try to change her mind.
The Last Wingman is the sixth standalone, lighthearted small town romance in the Wingmen series. You do not have to read the previous books first to enjoy this book.
These covers are so much fun! It’s so refreshing to see a series in this genre that doesn’t have people on the covers! In this case you can really imagine the characters yourself and I love the colors. My compliments to these! I wish more series did the same thing.
Not only the cover is great. but I love the setting. I love stories that take place in small towns or in this case an island. Even though I’m sure it’s annoying everone knows your business, it’s nice having a place that will care about you! The people on this island are a lot of fun and it definitely makes me want to pick up the other books, because I know some of them have their own stories already!
Jonah is a single man and decides to open a new place on the island. A safe place for teenangers to be themselves. I loved this idea and how it turned out. The few characters we read about that go there are a lot of fun! He needs some time on his own at times, but he wouldn’t mind some company either. Jonah has had a crush on Penny, but she doesn’t seem to see him at all.
The Last Wingman is only told from Jonah’s POV and I have to say, I think this story would’ve been more complete if we could’ve read from Penny’s POV as well. Of course, we learn a lot about her when Jonah interacts with her, but I felt we were missing a lot, because it’s clear a lot happened with her as well.
This book is a fun and fast read that made me laugh out loud quite a few times! I really came to love the characters. I loved the trivia nights and the different references to fandoms. I would so join an evening like that. In all honesty, it takes awhile before anything really happens. While that isn’t a bad thing, I would’ve loved to have seen more moments between Penny and Jonah!
The Last Wingmen is a fun and fast read with a small town and characters you love! I was going to give this 3,5 starts, but the romantic at the gesture at the end left a smile on my face. I loved it so much that it definitely added a bit to the rating!
Don’t miss the other Wingmen books!
Ready to Fall | Confessions of Reformed Tom Cat | Anything But Love
Better Love | Small Town Scandal
About DAISY PRESCOTT
Daisy Prescott is a USA Today bestselling author of small town romantic comedies. Series include Modern Love Stories, Wingmen, Love with Altitude, as well as the Bewitched and Wicked Society series of magical novellas. Tinfoil Heart is a romantic comedy standalone set in Roswell, New Mexico.
Daisy currently lives in a real life Stars Hollow in the Boston suburbs with her husband, their rescue dog Mulder, and an indeterminate number of imaginary house goats. When not writing, she can be found in the garden, traveling to satiate her wanderlust, lost in a good book, or on social media, usually talking about books, bearded men, and sloths.
Reading The Last Wingmen definitely made me curious about the other books in this series. I will definitely be looking into those. Have you read any books in this series? What did you think? Let me know in the comments!