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The Last Supper (Table for Two #3)

3.98  ·  Rating details ·  225 Ratings  ·  31 Reviews
Luc Tessier finally has all the ingredients of a perfect future assembled. His beautiful English fiancé, Daniel, on his arm, five hundred wedding guests on the way, and the honeymoon suite reserved.

Now if only he can get Daniel to stop obsessing over last-minute details. So what if the date is set for Friday the thirteenth? After all they’ve been through to get to this poi
ebook, 82 pages
Published March 29th 2011 by Samhain Publishing,LTD. (first published February 1st 2011)
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Fernanda Parente
Nov 24, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Don't read this book in a bus because everybody is going to think you're insane. The wedding was one of the most hilarious thing I ever read. Great ending
Aug 24, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: pdf, mm, contemporary
4.5 stars. An ending that reads like a French farce, this is the most entertaining of the stories of Daniel and Luc. Augustin is an ass, but at least he came through with Henri. The entire wedding planning adventure and Daniel's stress are pretty entertaining. Luc's session with the Japanese aesthetician was HILARIOUS! The stuff she came out with - just too funny.

I loved Luc's cousin - so perfect in the face of the bachelor party fiasco and in keeping Daniel from collapsing. The wedding night s
Barb ~rede-2-read~
Oh, how I love Luc and Daniel! These two have become a favorite couple and this finale in the series did not disappoint. It was fun and crazy and pure mayhem. Why would I expect less when Luc is involved? Luc and Daniel finally get married but it sure seems like they might not get there with one catastrophe after another and with Luc's supposed best friend trying to sabotage the wedding every step of the way. But these two are meant to be together and they are just so sweet and meant for each ot ...more
Jan 14, 2013 added it
Unfortunately it's as bad as the second book :/

Luc's still struggling with having to be faithful, while there's so much hot men around, Daniel's still a wimp and he's not working now so he could be obsessive hysterical bridezilla full-time and the whole wedding thing's just one over the top farce. It was stupid and not funny at all to me, so I just skimmed to the end to be done with it. Sadly the series held so much promise and turned out to be such a disappointment.
Kendra T
Dec 21, 2011 rated it really liked it
Pure and utter drama. That is what this poor wedding was! lol
I have to say that throughout the series, Daniel had such insecurities that at times it made me wonder how he became a food critic in the first place but I love his relationship with Luc. The wedding seemed a bit unrealistic to me (I mean, really--who has food fights at an upscale wedding) but that added to the charm of it all.
Glad to see a great ending for this series.
I read this before reading the first two parts and laughed so much that I had to read the trilogy. This was definitely the best part. It read like a Keystone Cops comedy and I could easily picture the scenes especially at the wedding. The only problem was that i read it so quickly, I wanted more. An easy 4 star read
Jan 18, 2015 rated it did not like it
Still fckin dumb.
Apr 02, 2011 rated it really liked it
Shelves: humor, established
It's over! :( Enjoyed this series tremendously. Sure re-reads when I want a guaranteed laugh.
Mar 29, 2011 rated it really liked it
4.5 stars

This book was a fitting end to the series.

Six months after Second Helpings, Daniel is no longer working as a food critic so he has a lot of time to spend planning the wedding. He and Luc still fought constantly, mostly about Luc’s sexual demands, but the make-up sex was wonderful. At last, the wedding plans that were going on for two months were nearing an end, the final week had arrived and Daniel was having a meltdown with every little detail that had to be attended to, his ever pres
I liked this book the least of the 3. Usually I like characters more and more throughout a series, but really, I just liked Daniel less and less. Luc is still the same easy-going guy still struggling to not accept any cock that jumps in his lap, but Daniel is like bridezilla. Seriously? He wants to save himself for marriage? I know of people who have done that in real life so it's not that far-fetched, but it is still DUMB. You have had sex with the man in every position in the kama sutra, and h ...more
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Table for Two (3 books)
  • Just Desserts (Table for Two, #1)
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