Chasing Seth

Chasing Seth

by J. R. Loveless
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Chasing Seth 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm pleased with this book. I've never been a fan of the shifter storyline before. I'm definitely enjoying the story, it's not weighed down with pages and pages of useless details, the story just unfolds at a nice pace. Using my imagination to visualize the surroundings, details and little things the author has left unsaid (those details that can bore people) I'm able to be surprised. I'd definitely like to see more from J.R.
Straysod More than 1 year ago
This book is awful. I could only force myself to get through half of it before I gave up. I could probably rant for a few pages on how awful this book was, but I'll try to restrain myself to a few bullet pointsl 1. Point of view switches between characters randomly and pointlessly.  2. Half way through the book, the characters still barely have any personality, and what little they do have is constantly changing.  3. It's like the author isn't telling a story so much as they're just talking at you. Poor description, awful dialogue, terrible editing. 4. There is 0 attention to detail. A character will be lying on their stomach at the beginning of a paragraph, but by the end his face and abs are being described without him ever turning over. Characters jump from place to place in a room without no indication to the reader that they've moved. They're just suddenly described in a totally different location. 5. It’s like the author has never even owned a dog, much less researched wolves. Apparently a wolf can smell another wolf’s fear from across a clearing, but can’t even accurately tell the sex of a wolf he’s holding. The entire book is an insult to the romance genre, which is pretty horrifying given how much leeway most people will give a fluffy romance book.
2kasmom More than 1 year ago
Seth Davies moves to a small town where he meets Sheriff Kasey Whitedove. He buys a veterinarian practice since he cares deeply for animals and living things. No one knows that he can actually heal. There is a price for when he does, though. A secret he must keep to himself. Kasey is leery of Seth from the beginning. He has not been impressed by the white man. He has only been told true shapeshifters were Cheyenne, like himself. He is angered by his attraction to Seth also. Seth is confused by how he feels for Kasey. He knows he cannot start anything with a man who seems to hate him. He has a practice to build up, and he needs to somehow fit in. Following the Sheriff around when it is not wanted would not go over well. Kasey helps Seth following an accident. They become grudging friends. Then the truth comes out. Can trust be born of deceit? What if they truly are mates? This is an inspiring story of love and not giving up. I was really touched by the fact that the whole pack was very loyal. This story makes you get the feels. You have been warned!
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A very entertaining story. Interesting characters, a unique story and some hot sex! I will definitely be looking for more from this author.
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Excellent indeed! Decent length, excellent story line, and great characters. All around a great story that catches you and keeps you reading until you finish. Then makes you wish for more! Hope theres more. Would like to read more about Nick and his mate and see how that turns out. If you love m/m romance this definetly a story to read, TOTALLY worth the money and time to read. If your not in to that stuff keep movin.
banjs24 More than 1 year ago
Excellent story. Hope there is more to come from this author.
Luv2ReadAG More than 1 year ago
This was a really great story!!
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lrhubble More than 1 year ago
Contemporary, Senaka, Wyoming Seth Davies thinks he has found the perfect small town where if he can just get the people to trust him as a veterinarian he just might have a chance to have a nice quiet life. The prejudices against those that are considered outsiders by the town's folks might not be as easy to get around as he thought it would but thinks it will ultimately be worth everything. He also needs it to work because he took all of his money to take over the veterinary clinic. Now if he can just get Kasey Whitedove to get over his dislike of white people he just might be okay. Kasey Whitedove is the sheriff of Senaka and is sure that white men just don't know how to treat animals; at least not the Cheyenne people know how to treat them. Kasey isn't sure what to make of Seth but he is sure that he doesn't want Seth in his town. At least until an accident that makes Kasey see Seth in a whole different light. Kasey being a werewolf isn't sure how to keep Seth safe in his world but Kasey knows that he will do anything to keep Seth in his life once Kasey realizes that Seth is his mate. Now Kasey is going to have to convince Seth to give him another chance since Kasey didn't show his best side. Seth is hiding something from his past and Kasey is going to have to find out what that is because someone is stalking his mate and if he doesn't find out what is going on he just might lose his mate for good. This is a very different werewolf story that has a great twist to it that will have the reader on the edge of their seats. The characters are very well developed and interesting to read and learn more about. This is one that some readers might not enjoy as the subject matter is m/m but it is a very well written story. The story will keep the reader riveted to it as the characters work out their problems to find a way to have a future together. This one is hard to put down once the reader starts reading it.