Series: Chase Brothers #4
Published by Entangled: Lovestruck
Publication Date: September 12th 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Who knew a sweaty photo would be good for business?
Now unwanted booty calls are coming in as fast as work orders, and Liam Chase needs to get away. Cue a job upstate. His new client is hot as hell, but he left NYC to escape attention, not to hook up with the city’s “Runaway Bride”.
With three disastrous relationships under her belt, it’s clear Claire Stevens’s judgment sucks. And what’s she’s feeling for America’s newest sex god? Obviously another hormone-fueled mistake.
But when she accidentally fells a tree on his truck, leaving them stranded in a winter storm with a chocolate-snatching raccoon, there’s something to be said for body heat.
Too bad neither can trust their explosive chemistry…
The Runaway Bride and the Hot HVAC Guy. Imagine the fame these two, already famous (or infamous, depending on where you’re standing) in their own right would garner, if their relationship was ever made public. Imagine the media blitz and memes that would follow.
Only, behind the labels are two people who just want their lives to be normal. For both Claire and Liam, the fame has made their every day jobs impossible to do and hiding out in upstate New York is the ideal thing to do. However, with their infamy, there can be nothing between them beyond the stolen hours they share while riding out the storm. But we know that such things never go as planned, so how will Liam and Claire deal when their liaison inevitably becomes public knowledge?
With a set-up like this, one would expect this to be the perfect fun and lighthearted story, which it was in some aspects. However, I totally couldn’t get into it and I’ll tell you why: Liam. I never got a feel for who the youngest Chase brother really was from previous books and he came across as boring in this book. Claire was the more likable character here and made me sympathize with her.
I really expected to enjoy this book as I have everything I’ve read from the author, but it ended up being just okay. My favorite part about this book was the end where the family was brought together for a sweet and happy ending. However, I’ll recommend reading it to see if it’s for you.