Last Best Chance

Brooke Dunnell

Last Best Chance explores the intersections of love, fertility, and climate change. Rachel, a woman in her early forties who travels to a fictional Eastern European country to undergo IVF treatment. Meanwhile, Jess, an expat living in the same city, is determined to kickstart her journalist’s career by interviewing a reclusive female billionaire who is rumored to be attending the country’s climate change expo. When the two women meet, they do not know it, but each has something the other one needs. With its honest portrayal of the complexity of human relationships and the difficult choices we face, Last Best Chance will appeal to fans of Lisa Taddeo’s Three Women and Mary Beth Keane’s The Half Moon. Don’t miss out on this compelling and thought-provoking read.

Paperback & ebook
Contemporary Women's Fiction

Brooke Dunnell

Brooke Dunnell is a writer, mentor and workshop facilitator. Her short fiction has been widely published, including in the short story collection Female(s and) Dogs, which was a finalist for the 2020 Carmel Bird Digital Literary Award and shortlisted for the 2021 Woollahra Digital Literary Award.

Fremantle Press

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