Christmas came early this year. Chase found the gift of his dreams… the girl next door. Will she make his Christmas dreams come true?
Samantha Cross went out in search of a one night stand to celebrate her thirtieth birthday. She found more than she was looking for, when her sexy cowboy turned out to be her new neighbor, and seven years younger than her too.
Chase Ryan was looking for the one. He found her and she disappeared on him into the night. When he shows up at her door with an apple pie, the fun begins.
Samantha may run, but he is Chasing Love.
Chase Ryan was a character I fell for and wanted to know better when he was a secondary character in Roping Love. Chase is all kinds of sweet, hot, and sexy all rolled up in a nice cowboy package.
While at a bar one night, he meets Samantha Cross who is at the bar to celebrate her thirtieth birthday and basically find a one night stand to get her through the next couple of months.
Their night of passion is hot and intense and maybe a little more than they both bargained for. Chase is immediately head over heals for Samantha but she isn’t looking for anything serious. In fact, she doesn’t want to know anything about Chase at all and refuses to call him by his name. Samantha wakes and leaves Chase in a hotel room with the intention of never seeing him again. What’s a guy to do when he’s met the girl of his dreams but doesn’t have her phone number or even know her last name? Sometimes in love, fate is definitely on your side. When Chase and his mother take their new neighbor an apple pie, Samantha is the person on the other side of the door.
To say she isn’t happy is an understatement. Samantha has some issues that she’s going to have to get over before she allows herself to fall in love and accept love from Chase, namely the seven year age difference and her fear that she isn’t a skinny girl.
Release Date: December 25, 2013
Book Length: 81 pages
Reviewed by: Kim
Reading Format: Available only in eBook
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