The time has come! Happy Release Day to Staci Hart. A Little Too Late is finally LIVE! This beautiful new release is ready for you.
You can purchase your copy of A Little Too Late today! This book will not be available in Kindle Unlimited like Staci's other books! You can grab it from your preferred retailer today!
Just when i think i can't love Staci Hart anymore- she writes A Little Too Late, and i just want to tackle hug her (if i ever get to meet her.) Everything she writes keeps getting better and better. And while this is different then her usual angst filled novels, it doesn’t make it any less fantastic. I loved the tone of this book- and how it was about forgiveness- learning to forgive yourself, and that’s what is most important. And hello? Single dad trope- yes please!!
Charlie is a seemingly broken man from the very start. His wife has left him to care for their very young children- and the nanny he hired, left unexpectedly- putting him in a huge pickle- enter Hannah, the new au pair, and our heroine for this story. For nine months, he’s had to figure out how to work with his very, very busy schedule. Charlie is a wreck, and all it takes is Hannah and her calm nature, and everything seems as it should be. That is, until they start to fall for one another.
I was totally in love with Charlie through this whole thing. He was gentle, but also alpha- which is always a plus. And he was always looking out for Hannah, even when he was a bit ill-tempered and didn’t let her have a chance to explain when something huge happened, but isn’t that how it always goes? We are always quick to judge and make assumptions, and we almost always form an opinion on something without hearing everything the other person has to say.
Hannah- as much as she is kind-hearted and soft spoken- she does have this side of her that comes out every so often- every so often i felt myself get all 90's and say 'you go girl!" to just cheer for her. She’s beautiful and worldly and I was obsessed with her baking- and what she would make next. She has been one of the easiest characters to fall in love with I think that I have ever read from Staci. I LOVE that is she is from the Netherlands too, and Staci got to weave some of her new home into this story- it made it a little more personal to me, that those types of anecdotes were in the story.
While the "insta-love" thing comes to mind when you first read it, it reads almost as if something that could really happen in real life- because I honestly think they are both genuine people who deserve good things in their lives- and THAT’S what makes a good fiction story. When you read it and you are like- that could totally happen in real life, and that’s what I love about Staci. Because while one series is about gods and goddesses, there is a whole other side to her story telling that is so free-falling and sincere. And I am just so darn happy Charlie got to tell his story (he was a side character in A Thousand Letters)
You will not regret reading this story- in fact every single Staci Hart book is time well spent, and I always know it’ll be a five star read for me, because her writing is so damn good. Keep up the Brill-Hart work Staci.