Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Spotlight & Giveaway ~ PLAYING CHASE by Julie Prestsater

Playing-Chase
An Against The Wall novella ...
 
There are many words that have been used to describe Chase Marino: cheater, backstabber, dirt bag, heart breaker. He earned those titles cheating on his high school love Shelly and his co-worker Summer. He broke both their hearts and knows it’s his lot in life to make it up to them somehow. But while the ladies intend to make his life miserable, Chase is pretty good at doing it to himself. With his dad around treating him like a frat brother rather than a son, it’s easy for Chase to beat himself up over the shameful mistakes he made in the past.
 
That is until Tiffany Gutierrez, the new student teacher arrives. Feeling an immediate attraction to the young beauty Chase does everything in his power to fight it and do the right thing for once. But when Tiffany shows the attraction is mutual all bets are off. Chase soon realizes that while he’s teaching Tiffany how to be a good teacher, he’s learning a thing or two from her as well. Maybe it’s time to move on and let go of the past and realize that he may just deserve a real shot at love.


Playing Chase can be purchased from:  Amazon | Barnes & Noble


Julie is a high school teacher by day, and a writer by night. She writes both young adult and adult romances. When she's not writing, she can be found out and about with her family, reading, and watching football. As a reading intervention teacher, she prides herself on matching her students with great books to encourage them to become life-long readers.


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10 comments:

  1. Showing that they can still be a little bad but oh so good.
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  3. Is it the hope that we can change them? Probably not but I am a sucker for a HEA! Another to add to my GoodReads! Thanks!

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  4. It's not easy for them to change but if they can then I like reading about the HEA that they worked hard for.

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  5. I love reading aboit how shocked they r that it actually happ ns and they fall in love

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    1. I love that part too. But that shock factor happens with a lot of guys in romance.

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  6. For me, I think it is because they have usually been dealt a crap life & them overcoming that & doing what it takes to make them have a happy life just makes me all warm & fuzzy inside! :)

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  7. Maybe we helped change some of their negativity and made them more well rounded individuals.

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