The Last Hour

· Thompson Sisters Book 3 · Cincinnatus Press
11 reviews

About this ebook

From the bestselling author of Just Remember to Breathe

Twenty-seven year old Carrie Thompson-Sherman has the life she always wanted: her PhD, a prestigious fellowship, and an amazing husband.

Her charmed life begins to unravel as a jealous colleague puts her fellowship in jeopardy and a hideous secret Ray carried home from Afghanistan comes to light. Hanging on by a single thread, a disastrous accident puts both her husband and her sister's lives at risk. Heartbroken, Carrie will be faced with the most devastating choice of her life.

A choice that will change everything.

Ratings and reviews

11 reviews
Char York
December 2, 2014
Books written in the first person usually make me feel like I'm missing out on something. This one just sucked me in and made me crave more. It made me laugh, scream and cry. (Keep tissues nearby). Awesome!
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Claire Brown
August 3, 2014
I loved this, yes we all want a happy ending but thats life!!:( brilliantly written
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Katie Utting
May 12, 2014
But im a bit disappointed that it had such a sad ending.
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About the author

Charles Sheehan-Miles has been a soldier, computer programmer, short-order cook and non-profit executive, and is the author of several fiction and non-fiction books, including the indie bestsellers Just Remember to Breathe and Republic: A Novel of America's Future. Charles and his partner Andrea Randall live and write together in South Hadley, Massachusetts. Find out more at

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