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Posted January 21, 2013
Gabe and Joanna are on a task force to track down counterfeit merchandise for one of Jo's clients. They are both determined, driven, and want things to run their way. Problem is, neither of them will back down. The story idea was interesting because it isn't a common plot that I have run across, so I was engrossed in the story from the beginning. Throw in two strong personalities, a few bad guys and a lot of witty banter, and you have an entertaining story that is hard to put down.
Gabe is referred to by Jo as "Mr. August" - the hottest month on the calendar. She and him have such intense chemistry that neither wants to act on because it could put an end to their spot on the task force. They try to ignore it but eventually give in. After they realize how good they can be together they try to maintain business as usual when they are on the job. Easier said than done. When Gabe has to save Jo's life he goes all ballistic and lets his emotions get the best of him by going after one of the people he felt was responsible.
Adrienne does a good job of setting up this series. I look forward to reading more about Gave and Jo and watching them navigate this relationship of theirs while they try to bring down the one of the biggest smuggling operations of counterfeit merchandise in New York. I highly recommend The Chase to anyone looking for a fun, witty, romantic suspense read!
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Posted May 1, 2014
I got this in the "Mirth, Murder & Mystery" set. I tried to read it, but I just couldn't get into it. I finally was nice to myself and skipped it. If you want to read it get the "Mirth, Murder & Mystery" set, if you don't like this one at least you have other books to read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
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