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A Michelin two-star chef at twenty-eight, Violette Lenoir could handle anything, including a cocky burglar who broke into her restaurant in the middle of the night. Or so she thought. Elite counterterrorist operative Chase “Smith” had been through things that made Hell Week look easy. But nothing had prepared him for a leather-clad blonde who held him at bay at knifepoint an A Michelin two-star chef at twenty-eight, Violette Lenoir could handle anything, including a cocky burglar who broke into her restaurant in the middle of the night. Or so she thought. Elite counterterrorist operative Chase “Smith” had been through things that made Hell Week look easy. But nothing had prepared him for a leather-clad blonde who held him at bay at knifepoint and dared him to take her on. Now if only saving the world didn’t require he ruin her life. Two people who thought they could handle anything now have to take on each other. It's a battle neither one expected. But with their futures on the line, they have nothing to lose...but their hearts. Warning: This book contains one arrogant Navy SEAL, nights of Paris passion, and a woman who wants to have it all.


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A Michelin two-star chef at twenty-eight, Violette Lenoir could handle anything, including a cocky burglar who broke into her restaurant in the middle of the night. Or so she thought. Elite counterterrorist operative Chase “Smith” had been through things that made Hell Week look easy. But nothing had prepared him for a leather-clad blonde who held him at bay at knifepoint an A Michelin two-star chef at twenty-eight, Violette Lenoir could handle anything, including a cocky burglar who broke into her restaurant in the middle of the night. Or so she thought. Elite counterterrorist operative Chase “Smith” had been through things that made Hell Week look easy. But nothing had prepared him for a leather-clad blonde who held him at bay at knifepoint and dared him to take her on. Now if only saving the world didn’t require he ruin her life. Two people who thought they could handle anything now have to take on each other. It's a battle neither one expected. But with their futures on the line, they have nothing to lose...but their hearts. Warning: This book contains one arrogant Navy SEAL, nights of Paris passion, and a woman who wants to have it all.

30 review for Chase Me

  1. 4 out of 5

    ♥Rachel♥

    Chase Me was an utterly fun love/hate romance (well, on Violette’s side, anyhow) full of clever banter, and seriously HOT! Violette Lenior fought her way to the top as a chef with hard work and talent which earned her two Michelin stars, and the command of her own restaurant. Unfortunately, all this is about to go bottoms up when Chase Smith breaks into her kitchen. Knives are thrown, heads and hearts are lost, and it is soooo very, very sexy! However, the next day Violette’s world comes crashin Chase Me was an utterly fun love/hate romance (well, on Violette’s side, anyhow) full of clever banter, and seriously HOT! Violette Lenior fought her way to the top as a chef with hard work and talent which earned her two Michelin stars, and the command of her own restaurant. Unfortunately, all this is about to go bottoms up when Chase Smith breaks into her kitchen. Knives are thrown, heads and hearts are lost, and it is soooo very, very sexy! However, the next day Violette’s world comes crashing down when her kitchen is shut down with a bogus accusation, and she just knows Chase had something to do with it! Let that man beware, because this knife wielding woman is on the warpath! When Chase breaks into Violette’s restaurant he doesn’t expect to be completely bewitched by the knife wielding, leather wearing dynamo! She’s strong, confident, and Chase’s heart is a goner! But he knows things will not be smooth sailing, especially since Chase’s mission to thwart a terrorist attack means shutting down Violette’s restaurant. I was totally smitten with Chase! He was the perfect melding of playful arrogance and a big heart. He was an unstoppable force, and once Violette became his target she didn’t stand a chance in getting away. The fact that Violette was strong and confident didn’t threaten Chase in any way, in fact that revved him up even more! Violette’s mix of strength and vulnerability endeared me to her, and I related to every passionate emotion she had. No one writes sexual chemistry and hot, lusty scenes like Laura Florand! Chase and Violette’s romance just sizzled and sparked right off the pages! Chase is chasing Violette a lot and Violette is beating him off a lot, but without serious conviction for the most part, because Chase is pretty irresistible! There was so much delicious, playful push and pull; I had a huge grin on my face for so much of the story! I’m still smiling just thinking about these two! I just LOVED Chase Me! As usual I’m in awe of Ms. Florand’s writing talent. The plot includes a potential terrorist attack on Paris which is very current, serious, and, I thought, dealt with respectfully. Yet, this romance still managed to be lighthearted, fun, and full of the zest for life. Nothing could keep Violette or Chase down! A total recommend! A copy was kindly provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. This review is also posted at The Readers Den.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Laura Florand

    I've posted the first chapter here: http://lauraflorand.com/chase-me-cove... (Pre edits, so please forgive any typos.) Hope you all enjoy! I've posted the first chapter here: http://lauraflorand.com/chase-me-cove... (Pre edits, so please forgive any typos.) Hope you all enjoy!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Keertana

    Chase Me is vastly different from any of Florand's other works but I absolutely loved it. It features a tough, female chef--one who has fought her way to the top, having to prove herself every step of the way solely because of her sex--and an undercover agent who is too charming for his own good. From the moment Chase breaks into Violette's kitchen, the banter was witty and the sexual tension was off the charts. You could just tell that this novel was going to be a winner--and it absolutely was. Chase Me is vastly different from any of Florand's other works but I absolutely loved it. It features a tough, female chef--one who has fought her way to the top, having to prove herself every step of the way solely because of her sex--and an undercover agent who is too charming for his own good. From the moment Chase breaks into Violette's kitchen, the banter was witty and the sexual tension was off the charts. You could just tell that this novel was going to be a winner--and it absolutely was. One of my favorite aspects to Florand's work--and why I keep coming back to her stories--is her impeccable characterization. Each of her characters are different from one another and though many of them work in the same profession, their backgrounds have shaped them into who they are and none of them are perfect. These are all extremely successful individuals who have fooled the world into thinking that they have it all together--but they don't and it those glimpses of humanity that floor me in her novels. All of her characters are ambitious and career-driven but they are also looking for a little something more in their lives which is something I think we can all relate to. Violette and Chase's story, though, is a slew of pure, romantic fun. Chase isn't a demanding two-star chef determined to maintain control of every situation. In fact, he is laid-back and sexy and exciting to Violette's orderly life and I loved seeing him upend her existence. But I equally loved seeing Violette take him down and make her way into his guarded heart. Despite his easy-going demeanor, Chase lives a hard life and has seen too much during his time undercover but the balance he reaches with Violette is seamless. I especially love that these two are just as devoted to themselves and their lives as they are to each other. They can find a way to be together without giving up on their dreams and goals. Chase Me is hilarious, un-put-down-able and just so much fun! It's going to be a Florand novel I re-read easily, without the fear of heartache and tears, much like I revisit The Chocolate Thief and Once Upon a Rose. This entire series is so very different from Florand's typical books so I'd encourage giving this book a try if you've been overwhelmed by the intensity of her novels in the past or just need a good laugh. It's rom-com style, but also entirely beautiful with the prose, the romance, and the depth of character. Florand infuses a lot into her novels but Chase Me is far more subtle with its shout-outs to feminism, work-place difficulties that women face, and the importance of the work that co-ops and FBI and military personnel do for us, but those are the things I appreciate in her novels. I love that I can pick up a romance but still have the depth and thoughtful dialogue I'd expect from a different genre of literature. I'm a fan of Florand; try this and see if you don't become a convert too.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mandi

    What an adorable book! If you like great banter, this is a must read. Let me note that the author notes, while writing this book, the terror attacks hit France. While she already had a special ops/terrorist threat in the book, it of course took on a very dark and meaningful tone. With that said, this book is very light and fun – if that makes sense. Chase is a counter terrorist operative from Texas. He is super black ops, and there is word in the wind that there might be a possible ricin attack ( What an adorable book! If you like great banter, this is a must read. Let me note that the author notes, while writing this book, the terror attacks hit France. While she already had a special ops/terrorist threat in the book, it of course took on a very dark and meaningful tone. With that said, this book is very light and fun – if that makes sense. Chase is a counter terrorist operative from Texas. He is super black ops, and there is word in the wind that there might be a possible ricin attack (tasteless poison) in France. A cousin of a pastry chef that works at the heroine’s two-star michelen restaurant, is a possible terrorist, so Chase and his team have moved in to see what they can uncover. Chase breaks into Violette’s restaurant one night, and she is there with a knife waiting for him. Vi has moved up the ranks in a dominant male world, and knows full well how to handle herself. She isn’t going to let some guy break in without consequences. Chase tells her he is there to make sure her restaurant is safe for a possible visit from the president in the near future. She doesn’t fully believe him, but his charm and silly banter calms her…a bit. She slammed the knife down on the nearest cutting board. Ouch. She could take a man’s arm off with that kind of cleaving action. “You like to live dangerously,” she said. “I know,” he said woefully. He patted his heart with his hand. “I’m sorry,” he told it bravely. “I’ll try not to let her break you.” He gave the Blonde in Leather his puppy look, this time channeling wistful courage. “Be gentle with it,” he whispered. “It’s not as tough as I look.” She rolled her eyes. They end up having a one night stand..which turns into a little more. But Vi’s hot temper, and Chases’s secretive job makes for a bumpy road. When Chase encounters Vi for the first time, it’s love at first sight for him. He is won over by her looks and the fact she throws a knife at him. Part totally smitten and part trying to calm the situation down, he turns on his charm full blast. “You know, I’m a twenty-eight-year-old female who heads a two-star establishment of nearly all male chefs. Trust me, the last thing I need in my life is another cocky, arrogant man who thinks he is the shit.” “But I really am the shit,” he protested, grinning. The author writes both Chase and Vi so well. Chase is so quick with the silly and sexy banter – but underneath has that lethal special ops feel. When he hears that a guy has given Vi a recent hard time, he can’t let it go. Chase shrugged. “I may have provided him a quick demonstration of what it’s like to be struggling in the hands of someone bigger and more powerful who can do whatever the hell he wants to him.” Just for a second, that cool, grim, lethal look showed under his easy charm. All the hairs on Vi’s nape rose in response to that look. Then Chase winked at her, the look entirely disappearing. He is so smooth, but so calculating. On his first meeting with Vi, he tells her he is going to marry her, and then progresses to tell her all about their wedding and all the details – this totally exacerbates Vi, but makes her laugh on the inside. It’s a running joke throughout the book. Vi is all fire and strength. She is a very hard worker, and gets extremely frustrated with some of the consequences brought down on her restaurant due to Chase’s mission. She wears leather and rides a motorcycle. She might be the only woman on the planet who can Chase. “Honey, also, please don’t take this the wrong way, but if you don’t want to let a man into your apartment, you shouldn’t open the door at all. I could break that chain with one shove.” “But then I’d knife you.” Vi smiled sweetly. Chase rested his head against the jamb and smiled a little. “I’m so crazy about you.” For really cute banter, very sexy love scenes and just a fun romance overall, I highly recommend this one. Grade: B+

  5. 4 out of 5

    namericanwordcat

    It took me a long time to read this book because like the author whose writing was effected by the terrorist attacks in Paris where this book is set and the action takes place around a black ops team working to prevent such horrors, my reading was also disturbed by too many such events too close to the plot of this book. Laura Florand is one of my favorite writers and she does an amazing job weaving in the current events and realities of Paris into this lovely caper of a romance. As a result, the It took me a long time to read this book because like the author whose writing was effected by the terrorist attacks in Paris where this book is set and the action takes place around a black ops team working to prevent such horrors, my reading was also disturbed by too many such events too close to the plot of this book. Laura Florand is one of my favorite writers and she does an amazing job weaving in the current events and realities of Paris into this lovely caper of a romance. As a result, the is an ache in the book as well as a joy which makes it all the better for a tale of love and resilience. We get a sunny natured special forces hero who is so very charming and a hard as nails chef heroine who will not stand down. This is a face paced romance with tones of action and exuberance as well as tenderness. You will be charmed and comforted by the fierceness of human bravery. I was given this book for my honest review. So there you have it!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jacob Proffitt

    This is second in a series, but you can skip the first if you like. Célie does show up, and Joss makes an appearance, but Florand gives you all you need contextually so you won't miss anything. The first book doesn't suck or anything, but I liked this one so much better. I wasn't expecting to like this one so much! The first was merely "okay" which had me thinking I was just going to love the La Vie en Roses series much better for the family and tight-knit community you can't really have in a Par This is second in a series, but you can skip the first if you like. Célie does show up, and Joss makes an appearance, but Florand gives you all you need contextually so you won't miss anything. The first book doesn't suck or anything, but I liked this one so much better. I wasn't expecting to like this one so much! The first was merely "okay" which had me thinking I was just going to love the La Vie en Roses series much better for the family and tight-knit community you can't really have in a Paris setting. Florand proved me wrong and I'm so glad she did. A lot of that is Chase as he is exactly my kind of jam. I'll always have a soft spot for the capable, strong man with the big heart and Chase is almost perfectly that. He's pure alpha and very much about saying what he wants and expecting he'll get it. But he's also inherently good-humored and truly loves being challenged and doesn't at all take it poorly when others push back on his expectations. Indeed, he's truly remorseful when he finds he has hurt someone and his apologies are heart-meltingly thoughtful and deeply moving (and fortunately rarely needed as he is at least aware of his tendency and makes an effort not to aim his will at civilians). Vi took a bit more to grow on me, but I liked her, too, once I figured out she wasn't going to be one of those hard-cases who fires full-steam ahead despite sense or reason just to get her own way. It helped that her clashes with Chase threw sparks that you could clearly see both enjoyed immensely. I really loved seeing them come together and build understanding with both of them giving and working to make this thing they've discovered really work. Plus, the contrast when they settled into one of the best cuddle scenes I've ever read was outstanding. And I have to concede that Florand is the master of the short romance. I don't think any of her leads have gone more than a few days before one or both knew they were in love. This is no exception and yet, every time, it just works. Some of that is how well suited her couples are for each other, but some of that, too, is how well she builds those essential emotional connections that are central to two people falling in love. I never worry that their relationships are all surface or that they'll fall apart once the curtain closes on the final scene. Anyway, despite a minor contrivance/misdirect about notes not found, this was a solid five-star read all the way. I laughed. I cried. Neither of those are hyperbole (as Melissa can no doubt attest). I'll definitely be looking up more by this author. A note about Steamy: There are two explicit sex scenes and they're very hot even if they're not over-long. So this is the solid middle of my steam tolerance and another well-written depiction of two people coming together on a solid emotional foundation.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ursula

    2.5 stars. Fo me, a cute story that started out better than it continued. The banter was funny and I had high hopes for the heroine but she kind of rolled over a bit in the end. The hero was some anti-terrorist squad chap (I don't know all the different branches of US Secret Services, or whether this was a real one) who was kind of charming, although his very calculated self-deprecatory manner and dialogue got old. (Also, the endless Texas references- don't they just shoot people in Texas?- and J 2.5 stars. Fo me, a cute story that started out better than it continued. The banter was funny and I had high hopes for the heroine but she kind of rolled over a bit in the end. The hero was some anti-terrorist squad chap (I don't know all the different branches of US Secret Services, or whether this was a real one) who was kind of charming, although his very calculated self-deprecatory manner and dialogue got old. (Also, the endless Texas references- don't they just shoot people in Texas?- and James Bond analogy seemed a bit infantile for a Black Ops dude). What they did to her restaurant and career, albeit to foil some terrorist attack, just broke my heart, and I never really got over it. But I guess what's a woman's career (in a man's world, btw) in the great scheme of things? Finally, while I don't get the attraction of a ONS, I could let it go if the story was good, but taking a stranger home for sex is just plain stupid. And dangerous. To sum up, it was nicely written, Paris was beautifully and lovingly described, the restaurant/kitchen/foodie aspect felt authentic (the sexism definitely did) and it had me reading through to the end. And what our heroine should have said to all those interfering men:

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sania

    I was so so so lucky to be chosen to read an ARC of Chase Me. Thank you so much. It's no secret that Ms Florand writes THE perfect hero and heroines. I can credit Ms Florand as the reason as to why I'm inspired to re-learn French and practically obsessed with anything French. The teaser of the first chapter that was posted honestly does not do any justice to the book. Chase and Vi are such wonderful characters that I was pretty much reading this book throughout the entire working day. The chemist I was so so so lucky to be chosen to read an ARC of Chase Me. Thank you so much. It's no secret that Ms Florand writes THE perfect hero and heroines. I can credit Ms Florand as the reason as to why I'm inspired to re-learn French and practically obsessed with anything French. The teaser of the first chapter that was posted honestly does not do any justice to the book. Chase and Vi are such wonderful characters that I was pretty much reading this book throughout the entire working day. The chemistry and the absolutely hilarious banter between Chase and Vi made me so sad that the book ended. I honestly could've done with reading about 500 more pages. I adored Vi's passion and love of cooking and her determination to top a male-dominated field. Its I would've love to have seen more scenes of Vi cooking and with her co-workers, though the absence was integral to the plot. Ms Florand has a way with words when it comes to describing food and chocolate. I quite missed that. Vi is an absolute delight she's so fearless and open about her feelings. Patrick Chevalier, will remain my all time favourite Florand hero, but I can guarantee you that Chase Smith was so very close to stealing that crown. His dirty talk skills honestly made me nearly fall out of my chair in the office. He's so so so adorable and so head over heels for Vi that he continuously f's up everything for her. Which for a seasoned miliary man is damn near impossible I'd I say! He loves that hes met his match with this leather jacket wearing, knife welding mademoiselle. I do wish that Chase actually understand why Vi's work was so so important for her and why she was so angry when her kitchens were closed. It's at this point where Chase acts like a stereotypical man where he just, sometimes steamrolls over Vi. Though, Vi is right there to put him in his place, she is definitely not weak. The chemistry between Vi and Chase is electric and apparent right from the very moment they meet, nothing slow, no build up. Just BAM steaminess everywhere. To summarise, I'm so excited to see where the Paris Nights series will be going! I'm so happy that I get to follow this series right from the beginning. You're not going regret reading this book at all. For my Safety Gang girls. Standalone/Cliffhanger: Standalone Ages of H and h: Multi-Luv'n/Ménages: (view spoiler)[No (hide spoiler)] Was There Descriptive Sex: (view spoiler)[ Yes (hide spoiler)] Descriptive Sex &/Or Drama Between H/h With OW/OM: (view spoiler)[No (hide spoiler)] >>If So, Before or After H/h Hookup: (view spoiler)[N/A (hide spoiler)] Contains Cheating: (view spoiler)[No (hide spoiler)] Amount of Sex In The Book: (view spoiler)[ A decent amount. (hide spoiler)] HEA/HFN/etc Ending: (view spoiler)[ HEA /HFN (hide spoiler)] Will This Meet My 'Safety Gang' Buddies' Approval: (view spoiler)[Yes (hide spoiler)] Any Triggers/Warnings: No >>Detail: N/A Do You Recommend This Book: Yes!!!! Will You Re-read This Book:YES!!! Would You Read More Books By This Author: YESSS!!!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ellie

    Slightly different from most of Laura Florand but very enjoyable and lovely! Full review: This is the second book in the Paris Hearts series which feature women chefs. Similar to the first book here our heroine also falls for a military-type guy but unlike previous books by Ms Florand, here things between them were both more suspenseful and more hilarious. I really like Ms Florand's writing, it's always sensual, very emotional, focused a lot on the inner world of the characters and their difficult Slightly different from most of Laura Florand but very enjoyable and lovely! Full review: This is the second book in the Paris Hearts series which feature women chefs. Similar to the first book here our heroine also falls for a military-type guy but unlike previous books by Ms Florand, here things between them were both more suspenseful and more hilarious. I really like Ms Florand's writing, it's always sensual, very emotional, focused a lot on the inner world of the characters and their difficulties in communicating/expressing their innermost desires and fears. This story was no exception and while Violette was more or less a typical Florand heroine (she reminded me of her heroes, actually - feisty and determined, focused on her profession, yet fragile and uncertain her personal life), Chase was totally different from her chef heroes. There is light-heartedness (at least on the outside) to him, a sense of easy-going and good humour which was a nice change from her more angsty, introverted heroes before. He has issues of his own, finding a place for personal life, settling down after years in the military and still doing undercover work was not easy for him but it was something he desperately wanted. Vi was fabulous, I had so much fun reading her. We rarely see a strong independent heroine who still remains such after she falls in love. The chemistry between Vi and Chase was strong but neither of them was good at being with someone, at sharing happiness and sorrow. Being part of a couple was not their usual place but they had strong feelings for each other and tried their best to make things work. And the did, in the end, after more than the usual turmoil. There is a strong suspense element in their story, partly because of Chase's profession, partly as a reflection of the current events in the real world - the overwhelming sense of uncertainly and lack of safety. I felt the pace a bit uneven - at times the characters spent too much time talking/discussing things rather than acting them out and then there was a fast action-packed sequence but overall this is just a minor quibble. I loved the easy banter between Vi and Chase, the sense of fun and good times despite the dangers in the outside world. I felt very strongly present in this story the message the French people send to the world after the terrorist attacks in Paris - we are not giving up on life, love, good times because of you. We are not afraid. And I very much liked how this was incorporated in the story. In short, Chase Me is different than your usual Laura Florand romance but it is also the same - intense, beautifully written with well-developed unique characters and passionate romance. And of course, there is all the love for cooking and eating and entertaining. A recommended read!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Anjali (bookstersisters)

    Arc provided by the author for an honest review Hands down the BEST ROMANCE OF 2016 This is Violette's story whom we met in All For You as Celie's friend. She comes across Chase one night in her kitchen and mistakes him for a burglar when in fact he is special ops sent there to 'save the world'. The story takes off from there. When I started reading this book my first impression was that she had deviated from her usual style while writing this story. Her stories are always intense. But this came o Arc provided by the author for an honest review Hands down the BEST ROMANCE OF 2016 This is Violette's story whom we met in All For You as Celie's friend. She comes across Chase one night in her kitchen and mistakes him for a burglar when in fact he is special ops sent there to 'save the world'. The story takes off from there. When I started reading this book my first impression was that she had deviated from her usual style while writing this story. Her stories are always intense. But this came off as more light hearted with all that flirting, sexy banter, baiting and one-upping going on between Vi and Chase. It was fun, sexy and SOOOOOOO hot. The chemistry between them was off the charts amazing and Chase always left me laughing like a lunatic with his witty dialogues. Then just as I thought that it would follow the usual format of a light hearted romantic comedy, the feel of the book changed and Laura's characteristic intensity began to show through. Then we come to know the hidden depths of this romance which is what makes this a smashing great book. This was in fact the perfect package because it had everything from humour to hot hot romance to suspense and action and soooooo much love between the H and h. The number of books in which I loved both the hero and heroine can be counted with my fingers and this is one such book. I don't have words to describe how much I love Vi and Chase. I loved how Vi never lets anything hold her down for long, her resilience, her courage, her supreme self confidence and even her bossiness which never, not even once, came off as bitchy. She was a total badass and an inspiration, actually. And after reading about her I am going to start a new shelf named ' best book girlfriends'. And Coming to Chase....really I don't have any words to describe the awesomeness that is Chase Smith aka Chester Callihan. He was hands down the best book boyfriend ever. He was funny, smartass, a badass ninja special ops and at the same time Laura managed to portray the soft vulnerable tender bits of him quite successfully. He was too good to be true..... So my friends if you have not preordered this book yet hurry up and do it right now because even after two days I am still walking around like a zombie due to the book induced coma I am suffering from after reading Chase Me.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I was lucky enough to read an early copy of this book, and it was SO MUCH FUN. Glorious banter between the fabulous hero and heroine, who are absolutely perfectly matched! He's an elite counter-terrorist operative; she's a 28-year-old Parisian top chef who has fought her way to the top in a deeply sexist field; they're both equally tough and equally addicted to the adrenaline rushes of their different careers. Their scenes together sizzle with chemistry and humor, as they start out as a reckless I was lucky enough to read an early copy of this book, and it was SO MUCH FUN. Glorious banter between the fabulous hero and heroine, who are absolutely perfectly matched! He's an elite counter-terrorist operative; she's a 28-year-old Parisian top chef who has fought her way to the top in a deeply sexist field; they're both equally tough and equally addicted to the adrenaline rushes of their different careers. Their scenes together sizzle with chemistry and humor, as they start out as a reckless one-night stand and turn into something more, with a fast-paced suspense plot going on in the background and both of their careers at stake. I am loving Florand's Paris Nights series!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Pat

    A war hardened Navy SEAL, Chase Smith meets his match with a chef who runs her kitchen like a well oiled machine. Violette Lenoir has a backbone of steel. She wears leathers and rides a motorcycle.......banter, sexy romance flying pots and knives and love at first sight. Full review to follow!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Maria Rose

    Chase Me is the second story in Laura Florand’s new standalone series Paris Nights and is a departure from the sensual and lush storytelling of her other series. The Chocolat et Amour and La Vie en Roses series evoke an old world charm in the descriptions of Paris and Provence and are among my favourite romances (which makes it no surprise that the author always makes my ‘best of’ lists). In contrast, this story has a sharper, more contemporary edge, with a storyline influenced by the tragic eve Chase Me is the second story in Laura Florand’s new standalone series Paris Nights and is a departure from the sensual and lush storytelling of her other series. The Chocolat et Amour and La Vie en Roses series evoke an old world charm in the descriptions of Paris and Provence and are among my favourite romances (which makes it no surprise that the author always makes my ‘best of’ lists). In contrast, this story has a sharper, more contemporary edge, with a storyline influenced by the tragic events in Paris last year. The author has stated that the terrorist attack on her beloved city influenced the way this story turned out, as she was midway through writing it when these events occurred. The result is a timely romance with a romantic suspense subplot, yet still containing the wit, humour and sensual romance that draw readers to her stories. Violette is a successful, avant-garde chef in the tough critical world of Parisian dining. She’s got her two Michelin stars after years of 18 hour days, slaving in male dominated misogynistic kitchens, and she’s finally feeling like she’s made it close to the top. When she encounters a late night intruder in her restaurant, ostensibly testing her security measures in advance of a possible upcoming American presidential visit, she’s suspicious, but can’t deny her attraction to him. Counter-terrorist agent Chase is fully capable of defending himself against Violette’s knives and sharp words, setting up an intense banter between them that eventually leads to a steamy night together. It’s clear that Chase is no personal threat to her safety – but when her establishment is shut down by a health scare the very next day, she knows full well who is to blame, and when Chase shows up again, she’s quick to vent her fury on him. But Chase doesn’t give up – the more he’s around Violette, the more he likes her, her spirit, her fire, and his guilt over what’s happening because of him is only tempered by his knowledge that something much more sinister is going on than he can admit to. Trying to protect Violette (and the rest of Paris) doesn’t stop him from wanting to spend time with her, and as the action heats up, so do their nights together. But will Chase be able to prevent another tragedy before it’s too late? This was a fast paced, funny, suspenseful, sexy romance all rolled into one tidy package. As mentioned above, it’s definitely a different style of story than the author’s other works which tend to be more dramatic and slower paced. From the start of this story, Chase and Violette spark off each other, the result being some fantastic dialogue that doesn’t let up for the whole book, even amidst some of the more action-packed scenes as Chase and his team try to track down a possible terror threat centered around Violette’s restaurant, and one he can’t share with her or risk jeopardizing their operation. His bland responses of ‘I’m just in private security’ with no forthcoming information infuriate her, but his military stance and reactions to things make it clear to Violette that there is obviously something deeper going on than just a possible presidential visit to her diner. Violette feels all sorts of emotions towards Chase, but the predominant one is delight in finding someone who is not afraid of her sharp tongue, who can hold his own in a snappy argument, and who clearly desires her any way he can get her. The result is some steamy love scenes between them as Chase charms the pants right off Violet, and she’s woman enough to admit that she quite likes it that way. It’s not all flowers and chocolates though, as some of Chase’s decisions and how they impact Violette make for some believable anger on her part (and some worthwhile groveling from Chase). I love seeing a strong female heroine who can stand up for herself and Violette definitely fits that description. The action really picks up in the second half and leads to an exciting finish. In the end, we get a lovely happy ever after romance with a wonderfully matched couple. 5 stars. He stared at her a second. “I hate your damn language.” He thrust the flowers right into her chest, so that she had to either take them or drop them. “Except when you speak it. When you speak it, it’s beautiful.” He let go of the flowers. She dropped them. “Damn it, Vi.” He bent to pick them up. “Now you’re just being rude.” “You ruined my life.” “I sav–” He bit the word off abruptly, turning his head away, jaw set. “And on top of that, you used me!” “I…used you?” For the first time since she’d met him, anger flared in those blue eyes. “Last I checked you had a really good time!” She tried to slam the door on him again. It bounced off his shoulder. “Look, nobody made you take me home last night! I would have been happy to take you out for a while first.” She grabbed one of the bouquets from him and hit him over the head with it. “You’re gorgeous!” He pulled the bouquet away, white petals from it clinging to his hair and on one cheek. “You’re so damn fine. Hell , you are fine. You’re so fine it makes my brain shrink little bitty and then explode.” He pressed his fingers into his forehead and then flared them out to indicate. “If you wanted to make me court you, you think I wouldn’t have done that? You chose to go fast. I did not use you.” She glared at him, both insulted and stymied. Because she made all her own choices, and made them proudly. And it was true that she’d chosen him. Knowing he was arrogant, cocky, uncrushable, stubborn, and doing something that was really out of line, knowing that he was challenging her and teasing her and deliberately misleading her, she had still taken him home. Because all the adrenaline in her just focused on him like he was where her energy could find its home. Because he was deliciously hot.. and she was an idiot. Plus, in her defense, she had watched way too many Hollywood films and halfway thought his behavior was normal for an American. She made his brain shrink little bitty and then explode? His blue gaze drifted over her, and all that hard energy slowly softened out of him. “You look like you could use a cuddle or a punching bag. I have more practice at the punching bag role, but I could definitely try the cuddle.” Note: a copy of this story was provided by the author for review. This review appears as a blog post at: http://straightshootinbookreviews.com...

  14. 4 out of 5

    Gisele

    Laura Florand never disappoints and in the new instalment of her Paris Nights series we have another heartwarming story that will give you all the happy sighs. Reasons why I loved this book: 1. Violette - She's a hoot! Strong, fierce and self-resilient, she doesn't need a man to be happy. Vi has been making her own way in the kitchens since she was 15 years old, showing the world - and a lot of pigheaded men - her worth. She fights for what she wants with everything she has and is not afraid to pu Laura Florand never disappoints and in the new instalment of her Paris Nights series we have another heartwarming story that will give you all the happy sighs. Reasons why I loved this book: 1. Violette - She's a hoot! Strong, fierce and self-resilient, she doesn't need a man to be happy. Vi has been making her own way in the kitchens since she was 15 years old, showing the world - and a lot of pigheaded men - her worth. She fights for what she wants with everything she has and is not afraid to put herself in harm's way to protect the ones she loves. 2. Chase - Elite counterterrorist operative, he's a badass in every sense of the word. And even though he works with pretty serious stuff, she still has a big soft heart - he loves and lives to protect people. He also has a very, very healthy sense of humor. I lost count of how many times I LOLed with the silly things he says to Vi. Chase is so adorably cocky, I can't even!! He is instantly attracted to Vi, by the way she treats him like his equal and gives as good as she gets. 3. Their banter - Seriously, their banter is sensational! He's a good example, they had just met, he broke into her kitchen and when she threw a knife at him, the following conversation happened: Oh, wow. “Will you marry me?” “There are a lot of knives in this roll.” She shifted the one in her left hand until her fingers just lightly gripped the tip. “Don’t make me start emptying it.” “I’ve got a good job.” He pulled out his badge. “Secure income. I’m nice to kittens and small children.” “I’m not a kitten or a child. And it looks to me as if your job involves breaking into other people’s property in foreign countries and having knives thrown at your head. Your notion of security might be a little off.” “You haven’t gotten a look at me in the light. That will make up for a lot.” There are so many things to love in this book I could going on forever, but I think I gave you a pretty good idea. Their journey is funny, sweet and of course, very romantic. You're in for a treat! ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Nadia

    I usually don't bother looking for reactions on the internet, but in this case I'll let the gifs speak for themselves. Terribly sorry if your Chrome crashes. It was just sooooo good!!! I mean the sexual tension - off the charts! The banter, holy shit that banter had me grinning like an idiot and then rushing to splash my face with water to cool down a bit. I'm fangirling so hard now, I want to read this book forever. So different from I'm used to from Laura Florand, but still awesome. Now that I'v I usually don't bother looking for reactions on the internet, but in this case I'll let the gifs speak for themselves. Terribly sorry if your Chrome crashes. It was just sooooo good!!! I mean the sexual tension - off the charts! The banter, holy shit that banter had me grinning like an idiot and then rushing to splash my face with water to cool down a bit. I'm fangirling so hard now, I want to read this book forever. So different from I'm used to from Laura Florand, but still awesome. Now that I've read with it, what am I to do with my life?

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    First read: April 2016 4.5 STARS THIS BOOK IS A HUGE BUNDLE OF FUN I'M CRYING I READ TOO FAST Reread: Aug 2017 Upping it to 5 stars because c'mon I truly love this it's flawless I love that Chase basically falls in love with Vi at first sight and throughout the book keeps proposing and negotiating domestic assignments with her. He's an open book, which is ironic considering his profession. I love Vi's feisty ways and her resilience. She's so strong and hardworking, and I love that she takes no shit f First read: April 2016 4.5 STARS THIS BOOK IS A HUGE BUNDLE OF FUN I'M CRYING I READ TOO FAST Reread: Aug 2017 Upping it to 5 stars because c'mon I truly love this it's flawless I love that Chase basically falls in love with Vi at first sight and throughout the book keeps proposing and negotiating domestic assignments with her. He's an open book, which is ironic considering his profession. I love Vi's feisty ways and her resilience. She's so strong and hardworking, and I love that she takes no shit from Chase. They're so cute together, and their banter is one of my favourite things about this book. Seriously the dialogue is A+. Laura Florand is taking a hiatus for 2018 which I'm still sad about, so watch me reread all of her works to contain myself next year. Reread: Sept 2019 Ugh, again, j'adore! I miss Laura Florand I mean Mr Elias needs his book please.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Quirky Omega

    A huge shout out to Nadia for recommending me the book. Nadia, you're a genius when it comes to the type of books you recommend me. I've enjoyed every single one of them! There is something to be said about books that show beauty in their simplicity. And what's more, this one had one of the most memorable beginnings. No shy glances, no awkward meetings, no heart palpitations and definitely no slow burn of a buildup. The story jumps so gloriously into the middle of the fire of romance that the rea A huge shout out to Nadia for recommending me the book. Nadia, you're a genius when it comes to the type of books you recommend me. I've enjoyed every single one of them! There is something to be said about books that show beauty in their simplicity. And what's more, this one had one of the most memorable beginnings. No shy glances, no awkward meetings, no heart palpitations and definitely no slow burn of a buildup. The story jumps so gloriously into the middle of the fire of romance that the reader is left hooked onto it. Vi is a strong and unusual character. It was Chase who seemed a little flippant at times. But it was a bold attempt at executing a rushing romance that manages to keep from being a train-wreck. So I am happy with book over-all.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sharlene

    I love all of Laura Florand's books, and I loved this one! Chase is a US Special Ops currently based in Paris on a team trying to thwart a terrorist attack. Unfortunately, the restaurant that Violette is the head chef for is the potential target. These two play off each other so well, with both anger and affection. Neither has been willing or able to sustain a relationship in the past, but it seems they have met their perfect matches. Not that they have an easy time settling in! I love all of Laura Florand's books, and I loved this one! Chase is a US Special Ops currently based in Paris on a team trying to thwart a terrorist attack. Unfortunately, the restaurant that Violette is the head chef for is the potential target. These two play off each other so well, with both anger and affection. Neither has been willing or able to sustain a relationship in the past, but it seems they have met their perfect matches. Not that they have an easy time settling in!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    Chase Me differs from the previous books by Laura Florand for a few reasons. I think the main reason is that we have our first American hero (excluding Mack Corey, from Sun-Kissed). The dance of romantic connection between Chase and Violette is different in that Chase has a different brand of intensity than our previous French heroes. Maybe that is the difference between the French way and the American way; or, maybe that is the case because Chase is not an artist, with an artist's particular le Chase Me differs from the previous books by Laura Florand for a few reasons. I think the main reason is that we have our first American hero (excluding Mack Corey, from Sun-Kissed). The dance of romantic connection between Chase and Violette is different in that Chase has a different brand of intensity than our previous French heroes. Maybe that is the difference between the French way and the American way; or, maybe that is the case because Chase is not an artist, with an artist's particular level of passion, as have been our French Florand heroes. His strength of will AND strength of body (good gravy!) came from a different place. Chase is a warrior, a protector. That is his love language. He fiercely protects those he loves with his very life. Also, conversely to the French chefs, chocolatiers, and Rosiers, Chase is very guarded with his emotions...to the point of literally turning them off in order to be able to proceed with that protecting. Our French heroes were all completely uninhibited in the actual feeling and sharing of their emotional sides (understatement here). That emotionality served to enhance their love language of serving/taking care of their objects of affection. They were artists, after all. Art requires a great deal of emotion...it is the very expression of that emotion! Also...French. Violette certainly brings a new level of intensity to the female lead! I think that she is the most gritty Florand heroine to date (my opinion). Yes, there have been some very strong women in the past, but Violette is a notch higher in will, skill, and determination. A woman that strong would require a special man. Violette had to fight every stereotype to reach her goal of being a top chef in Paris. She also had to work tirelessly in that effort. The cost to her personal life and her physical self was enormous and impressive. I loved Violette. I loved that she had adopted the habit of rewarding herself for her accomplishments. What that meant...she was able to keep the critics' words in perspective. Also, Violette did not spend too much time, comparing herself to her competitors and getting anxious. No, she was focused on besting herself! She was aware of her own worth. I loved Violette (I know I already said that ;)). Chase caught Violette off guard. He entered the scene at a time when she was exhausted from a typical, crazy day. His approach was very direct and delivered with humor. He was equally caught off guard by Violette. This was his first encounter with a woman who could go toe to toe with him. What this dynamic created was something very special for both characters. Violette was able to be vulnerable in the face of Chase's strength and humor. His protectiveness was the perfect gift of love for this woman. Violette's strength, tenacity, and self-respect were the best counterpoint to Chase's seeming lack of trust in emotional depth. His style of courtship made her feel cherished and protected, not conquered. There was no concern that Chase would not be able to handle her intensity or her commitment to her job. Chase was able to feel the feels and not fear being paralyzed by those feelings. He was able to give in to the growing romantic connection, rather than just be carried away by passion. There was no concern that Violette would not be able to handle his intensity or his commitment to his job. They were able to be equally vulnerable with each other...something very new for both of them! *By the by...this man had NO PROBLEM WHATSOEVER with passion! Holy smokes!!!!!! Plunder away, Warrior Chase! Then make me laugh with some clever witticism, delivered at the absolute perfect moment. * Violette and Chase truly were the safe place for each other! It was beautiful. Very romantic. Less of a true battle than a glorious surrender. Oh, and I loved Violette. ;) There is a third character in this story...a very important character AND another hero. The very passionate, indomitable, stunningly beautiful, ever-resilient Paris. Paris, throughout history, has been faced with derision, envy, and physical attacks. Paris...remains. Paris continues to BE Paris. That essence refuses to be diminished or altered. Laura Florand did something extra with this novel. She reminded us all of something very important. While we read romantic fiction (most fiction, really) to be entertained by fictional friends and escape from our daily lives, we generally find that even fictional characters have faced heartaches and disappointments. We are endeared to these people and are routing for their success and happiness. The characters in this novel had faced real-life tragedies that reach right into our real daily lives. They are tragedies that we have all watched unfold, unfortunately. This author has a special connection to the setting for her novels. France, and especially Paris, are near and dear to her heart. The depiction of what it meant to be a Parisienne/Parisian, following the terrorist attacks of November 2015, was in my mind, what made Chase Me an especially poignant story. I applaud this author for taking on what must have been an extremely difficult task. She did a wonderful job. Violette's success was attacked and challenged. She was literally knocked down. Chase continually faced the threat of danger in facing down the tyrants who strive to put out the lights of any and all who challenge their message of hate. The people of Paris were yet again faced with a vicious and heartless attack on their beautiful city, on their very character. But... the bright beacon of love and hope will ever endure. Were I a fan of the hashtag, I would assign the city of Paris #nevertrulydownandneverout. May we all hold on to whatever it is that makes us be intrinsically who we are. Whatever that is. May we all be sometimes down, but never out. My additional observation, after having now read the first two books in this new series, Paris Nights, is that Ms. Florand is spending a bit less time on the development of secondary characters than she has in the other series. This has created a more technicolor-vivid and enhanced experience for the reader in the unfolding relationship between the two main characters. It is unique to Paris Nights. I like that she has adopted something different to set these books apart. There is a definitive "personality" to each of Laura Florand's series. I have enjoyed ALL OF THEM.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    I can't believe I finished this as fast as I did, and I'm rather disgusted with myself for it considering how long my to-do list is. That said, I could not get enough of Vi and Chase! These two cracked me up and won my heart with their banter from the first chapter. Chase is a hilariously ridiculous guy, and I feel so much empathy for Violette as she tried to resist his charm and his terrible - but endearing - French pronunciation. (A+ effort, Vi, Texans are something else!) Vi Lenoir is such a I can't believe I finished this as fast as I did, and I'm rather disgusted with myself for it considering how long my to-do list is. That said, I could not get enough of Vi and Chase! These two cracked me up and won my heart with their banter from the first chapter. Chase is a hilariously ridiculous guy, and I feel so much empathy for Violette as she tried to resist his charm and his terrible - but endearing - French pronunciation. (A+ effort, Vi, Texans are something else!) Vi Lenoir is such a inspiring, strong heroine for her resilience when others try to bring her down for being a female top chef in a male-dominated society; I think I fell in love with her as soon as Chase did. [after throwing a kitchen knife at him] "Are you left-handed?" She gave hime the barest of smiles, shifting her right hand just enough to let the light flicker off that giant blade. "No." Oh, wow. "Will you marry me?" "There are a lot of knives in this roll." She shifted the one in her left hand until her finger just lightly gripped the tip. "Don't make me start emptying it." "I've got a good job." He pulled out his badge. "Secure income. I'm nice to kittens and small children." Both Case and Vi were wonderful characters on their own, and together they balanced out so well. Neither wants the other to give up who they are, and they have a such a good understanding for each other and their priorities. Also, certain...ah, passionate scenes were completely combustible, so there's always that.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dija

    read more than half...still don't feel invested in the romance, it feels like a one chapter story that's been dragged out to form an entire book, and i no longer see the charm in florand's flowery and overly descriptive writing. read more than half...still don't feel invested in the romance, it feels like a one chapter story that's been dragged out to form an entire book, and i no longer see the charm in florand's flowery and overly descriptive writing.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kellcifer

    5 Stars. Goodness, the banter! It was so great, I was just smiling practically the whole time I read the book.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Elaine

    Chase Me This book touched me personally as an expat living in Paris. The emotional resonance of how life here has been affected since the events last November is portrayed with perfect pitch in “Chase Me”. Laura Florand has managed to marry real life events in Paris with a fiery couple in a way that shows their resilience, no matter the pain and danger they encounter, as they each live their life’s passion. In a story that made me want to wear leather and learn throwing knife skills, chef Vi and Chase Me This book touched me personally as an expat living in Paris. The emotional resonance of how life here has been affected since the events last November is portrayed with perfect pitch in “Chase Me”. Laura Florand has managed to marry real life events in Paris with a fiery couple in a way that shows their resilience, no matter the pain and danger they encounter, as they each live their life’s passion. In a story that made me want to wear leather and learn throwing knife skills, chef Vi and “security” operative Chase both know how to survive in tough conditions, but they are less skilled at personal entanglements which involve emotions other than anger and protection. From their first meeting, they engage in a spirited sparring that shows they are equally tough and dangerous. The fact that Vi nearly kills Chase when she catches him in her kitchen is an attractive quality to Chase (who admires her knife skills), and an annoyance to Vi (who dulled her knife throwing it into a wall). I liked how focused and self sufficient Vi is, never hesitating to protect her kitchen and attack a threat to her. A chef of a starred kitchen would be a fierce force and Vi is, no matter how attractive she finds Chase, she does not allow her attraction to override what she has created and values. I enjoyed Chase with his sense of humor and practicality; his reactions to the weather in Paris echo my own annoyance that it could be 40 F and raining here in July! Their similarities ignite sparks that lead them into precarious situations and emotional precipices neither one expected, but just like the people of Paris, they manage to persevere and find joy in spite of the scars endured while living fully.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Aoi

    Probably the first Florand book I didn't quite connect to. Don't be mistaken - the trademark elements that make her works so enjoyable are all there - the easy banter and slow burn between the lead pair, France in all its wonderful, enigmatic glory. And the author took a risk and made her heroine quite unlike the others. Violette is tough, ambitious and sassily overconfident. She has risen to being a two star Michelin chef at 28, and in an industry full of overblown male egos, she has to keep he Probably the first Florand book I didn't quite connect to. Don't be mistaken - the trademark elements that make her works so enjoyable are all there - the easy banter and slow burn between the lead pair, France in all its wonderful, enigmatic glory. And the author took a risk and made her heroine quite unlike the others. Violette is tough, ambitious and sassily overconfident. She has risen to being a two star Michelin chef at 28, and in an industry full of overblown male egos, she has to keep her guard up and win the fight every single day. Chase - I wanted him to be a little less of a eager puppy, and more of a enigmatic, introspective man. He is too easy going and high swinging for a Special Ops soldier and at times I felt his flirty come-ons were overdone.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lea

    I avoided this book for a while because the idea of the hero was unappealing to me (an ex-Navy Seal blah blah blah). But I really missed Laura Florand's writing... The opening scene is pretty nonsensical, the heroine sees a guy break into her kitchen, and instead of calling the cops or knifing him, announces herself by throwing a pot at his head (and missing...), and then stands around chatting with the invader, even letting him reach into his pockets... this is how you DIE, girl! Anyway it total I avoided this book for a while because the idea of the hero was unappealing to me (an ex-Navy Seal blah blah blah). But I really missed Laura Florand's writing... The opening scene is pretty nonsensical, the heroine sees a guy break into her kitchen, and instead of calling the cops or knifing him, announces herself by throwing a pot at his head (and missing...), and then stands around chatting with the invader, even letting him reach into his pockets... this is how you DIE, girl! Anyway it totally took me out of the story. But then apparently there's a whole thing with Muslim terrorists and I'm not here for that so I'm glad I quit at 14%. Sorry Laura Florand. I'm a fan, but I prefer heroes who make pastries or perfumes.

  26. 5 out of 5

    ~nikki the recovering book addict

    Omg... I can't believe it took me so long to get to this! I love Laura Florand and I have read almost all her books - I still have a few to catch up to. But this! This is possibly my favourite Laura Florand book thus far! If I could give this six stars on a five star scale, I would, just to show how awesome it was. Within the first few pages, Chase reminded me of Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool. Lol! This is the first time I've ever pictured a book character so vividly in my mind while reading it. The Omg... I can't believe it took me so long to get to this! I love Laura Florand and I have read almost all her books - I still have a few to catch up to. But this! This is possibly my favourite Laura Florand book thus far! If I could give this six stars on a five star scale, I would, just to show how awesome it was. Within the first few pages, Chase reminded me of Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool. Lol! This is the first time I've ever pictured a book character so vividly in my mind while reading it. The banter and humour and attitude both Chase and Vi have is just so fun to read. I don't know what else to say except it's so awesome! Love it!!!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Isamlq

    This book does a body good. I'm down with the flu... so reading this is another instance of Perfectly Timed Approval, (Thank you, book gods.) I was going to rave over the banter, the chemistry, the surprising overall cuteness of the male lead (is he what Ilona Andrews had in mind in writing their Alphahole analysis-both hilarious and spot on, btw)...but it seems the meds are finally kicking in. Finally. Wait I said that already... full review to come. This book does a body good. I'm down with the flu... so reading this is another instance of Perfectly Timed Approval, (Thank you, book gods.) I was going to rave over the banter, the chemistry, the surprising overall cuteness of the male lead (is he what Ilona Andrews had in mind in writing their Alphahole analysis-both hilarious and spot on, btw)...but it seems the meds are finally kicking in. Finally. Wait I said that already... full review to come.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tasha

    Lost a lot of narrative tension near the end, but still super fun and entertaining. And funny!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Eri

    My current emotions regarding this book: This book is so damn sweet and marvelous and made me smile way too much. My current emotions regarding this book: This book is so damn sweet and marvelous and made me smile way too much.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Suraya (thesuraya)

    almost 2 years later and this is still my favorite romance book of all ( and ive read a lot, mind you.)

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