Blog Tour + Review | One Final Breath by LK Collins

Title: One Final Breath
Author: LK Collins | @authorLKCollins
Release Date: February 27 2017
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 One life.
One choice.
One love.
Sometimes it’s all we get and one moment could
change it all. 
I hate the number one—it haunts me; my every
waking moment is a constant reminder of what I lost. 
One day, I met a guy and I fell in love. 
He asked me one question…I said yes. 
Our life was perfect…until one day everything
I watched him slowly slip and fade away. 
The one person I loved, my best friend, my
partner, my everything, was slowly dying right in front of my eyes. 
The doctors said he had one year left; he only
lasted one month. 
As I held on to his hand, he took one final
breath and slipped from this world.
Leaving me; one woman, one broken heart, one
child to show the world to…all alone. 
This is my story about the power of one…
One Final Breath
Text Copyright © 2017 LK Collins
All Rights Reserved


I’m not sure what it is about him, but for some reason since we
met, he’s consumed my thoughts. He takes the pain away—he makes me feel sane—he
makes me feel like there is a light at the end of the dark tunnel I’ve been
living in for so long.





One Final Breath is a tear jerker and then some! It will crush your heart and put it back together again by the time it’s done with you.

“It’s like I can feel him pushing me towards you.”

Faye is a widow, a single mom to Braxley. After the loss of her husband she feels nothing but grief and sadness. It’s been a while since he passed and she just can’t get passed it, not even a little bit. Not until she meets Thane.

Thane is a divorced single dad to Jack. I loved his character, as a father he is SO SO good to his son. Almost too good- in wanting to protect him and not always making the best choices when it comes to his ex wife.

Braxley and Jack hit it off as best friends and bring Faye and Thane closer than ever. Play dates at the house mean more intimate settings, more time to get to know each other. Faye slowly strips away her grief little by little. But it’s not easy, she feels guilty as heck for it. How can she fall for another man when her man is no longer on earth? Her son’s father?

“It’s okay to cry, Faye. You don’t always have to be so strong.”

Thane is one of the most understanding characters in the history of characters. He takes his time with Faye and truly wants her to feel safe. Whenever she is ready, no rush. I loved that about him, he has so many redeeming qualities, Faye helps balance out his flaws.

Together the couple and their boys work through it all. The ups and downs, the good times and bad. Family vacations, field trips, school functions, they are there together to get through it all. One Final Breath is a great love story, one of forgiveness and acceptance… Getting over your fears and learning to let go and to live.

My rating: 4/5 stars

International Bestselling Author, LK Collins, comes One Final Breath an
emotional and unforgettable read about losing the one you love and learning how
to go on without them.
LK Collins is the naughty alter ego for the husband-and-wife duo behind
multiple bestselling and international bestselling novels. This real-life
couple is downright dirty in the bedroom, which bleeds through the pages of
their steaming hot stories. While LK writes the books, Mr. Collins, the
tattooed god himself, is the mastermind behind so much of the page-turning
If you are looking for a scorching read with chemistry so intense it jumps off
the pages, then an LK novel is for you. From standalones to series, their
stories will have you blushing and panting, ready to reread them the moment
you’ve finished. The heroes are alpha, demanding, filthy-talking men that will
do anything for their girl…or to get them.


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