Can first love ever be reignited?
One Last Shot concludes the trilogy of Freddie and Jo-Jo, which has moved through time in a series of flashbacks, showing how the couple fell in love as teenagers, why they drifted apart, what happened in their lives away from each other, and what happens when they meet up again over three decades later.
At the end of the second book, An Extra Shot, Jo-Jo tells Freddie about her dark secret. Confused, vulnerable and in a state of shock, he needs time to think about what to do next. Jo-Jo is right to be worried. Freddie doesn’t react well.
Stephen Anthony Brotherton was born in Walsall and grew up in the West Midlands. He now lives in Telford, Shropshire and is an alumni of Staffordshire, Keele and Wolverhampton universities. He qualified as a social worker and worked in health and social care for over thirty years. This story is semi-autobiographical and is based on a first love relationship that he had at a similar age to the teenage Freddie and Jo-Jo.
Praise for his previous books:
‘A story of second chances, fractured relationships, passion, secrets and emotion.’ – Dash Fan Book Reviews
‘We’re back with a book that does the ‘will they, won’t they’ thing so well.’ – B R Maycock
‘An emotional, compelling but poignant read. It’s impossible not to get caught up in.’ – Over the Rainbow
‘I loved the characters, the flashbacks, the music, the culture and I left captivated, yet again.’ – Ann S