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Posted December 8, 2013
I’m a sucker for the rock star romance, as I’m sure many of you are! There’s just something about the fantasy of being the one to capture the attention of someone admired by the masses that makes me feel 13 at a NKOTB concert (Donnie! I love you!) all over again. “Wild Chase” was an original story that did not disappoint.
Chase Taylor meets Avery McGuire in a bar one night where she is getting ready to perform. They have a connection, something that is not easily forgotten by either of them. But Chase has incredibly strict and suffocating parents that allow her no freedom. She has one night with Avery, then one incredible week that shows her what life can really be like, and then he leaves. Four years later they re-enter each other’s lives by chance. This time, though, he’s a successful musician. And their connection is just as strong.
Well, for starters, I loved the characters in this book. I thought that Chase was really real. And to see her blossom and become her own person once she’s out of her parent’s control is really lovely. Avery though…Avery is a great hero. He’s talented, attractive but most of all he has a heart. And even with all the BS that these two go through in this story (I’m being vague on purpose…don’t want to give anything away!) I never doubted for a second that he truly loved Chase, and that their connection was a once in a lifetime thing.
I thought that the writing and plot of this story were great! It starts off a little slow, but once you get to the 4 years later part, you can’t put it down! The sex was also smokin’, and since I’m a sex book ho, that’s always important to me! Crystal says she misses my mean reviews, but I can’t help it, I’ve been blessed with good books lately! This was a 4 star read for me! Can’t wait for the next book in the series.
Reviewed by Sara at Crystal's Many Reviewers
*Received an ARC for honest review*
Posted November 24, 2013
Chase was raised by extremely strict parents that basically beg the child to rebel. And all she wanted was acceptance and under-
standing for her love of music, something forbidden in her parents house.
Avery was a wanna be rock star the had given up his dream until the night he met Chase. Nothing was stopping him after that
encounter. Four years later they meet again and sparks are flying, along with some cat fights and punches thrown in for good
I recommend this book, especially uplifting for those that were raised in homes similar to Chase's.
Posted December 16, 2013
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