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Jan 07, 2014 | 352 Pages

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Praise for The Last Man on Earth:
“Few things are more fun than an enemies-to-lovers romance, and Warren delivers with “The Last Man on Earth”….The hallmark of a truly satisfying romance is the moment when all appears lost….Warren understands this, and pulls out all the stops to keep Madelyn and Zack apart until exactly the right moment.” —The New York Times Book Review

“Zippy yet soulful… Deeply relatable characters and strong writing make this a good start to a connected series.”—Publishers Weekly

“Pompous.  Conniving.  Sexy as hell.  Madelyn Grayson can’t stand Zack Douglas.  Ever since he began working with her at a prestigious New York advertising firm, he has managed to get under her skin.  She has had enough of his stupid smile, disgustingly beautiful green eyes, and too-perfect body.  So when she spots him at a swanky New Year’s Eve party, she does her best to avoid him.  But when he approaches her, coaxes her into dancing, and kisses her at midnight, she can’t ignore his charm or her desire.  The two begin a secret whirlwind romance that leaves them both burning and wanting more.  However, when Zack’s fears and past problems begin to surface, Madelyn is faced with a difficult choice: stay and risk a broken heart or play it safe and leave him.  A strong start to Warren’s steamy  new series, The Graysons, The Last Man on Earth will leave readers wanting to know more about the Grayson family.” —Booklist

Praise for Tracy Anne Warren and her novels: 
“Tracy Anne Warren is brilliant!”—New York Times Bestselling Author Cathy Maxwell

“Exceptionally entertaining.”—Chicago Tribune

“Seductively fun.”—Fresh Fiction

“Sexy and wildly emotional.”—Joyfully Reviewed

“Beautifully portrayed.”—Library Journal

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