Wednesday, September 17

Review: Enjoying the Chase by Kirsty Moseley

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Title: Enjoying the Chase

By: Kirsty Moseley

Series: Guarded Hearts #2

My Copy: Ebook from Amazon

BookWhisperer Rating:

Five Books

Nate Peters is living the playboy life. He has great friends, a great job, no responsibilities, no girlfriend, and he loves it. Nate, being incredibly skilled with a pick-up line, has never failed to get a girl in his life… until one day he meets Rosie York. Rosie is completely uninterested in him. Being unable to stand a dented ego, Nate makes it his mission to win her over. Not used to putting in much effort, Nate is surprisingly enjoying the chase of this off-limits little brunette. Maybe he has finally met his match… But Rosie has a few surprises of her own which will make it remarkably more difficult for him to get close to her.

our thoughts Oh… How I love me some Kirsty Moseley!!!! My first introduction was through The Boy Who Sneaks Through My Bedroom Window, and let me just tell you have amazing that experience was; Oh Yeah I did in its raving review. Which is quite similar to the raving review that book one of the Guarded Hearts series enticed. Which should leave you fairly unsurprised that Enjoying the Chase will have the same raving review. Due to the small number of titles published, and the short time I have been following I have only experienced three books from this wonderful author. Each and every further seals my deep loyalty and love for her style and knack for creating an inspiring romance. Nate and Rosie are not new characters, since we experienced both in the debut novel of this series. They are deeply loved for their roles in the past story, as best friends to main characters, but the depth of their personalities was unexpected. They are such wonderful characters, and I was captivated by their story. Furthermore, I can not express how absolutely perfect they were created for one another.  When you offer a storyline of the two best friends falling in love there is a slight risk of the story feeling forced and unrealistic. I didn’t feel any of this with Rosie and Nate’s story. There was never even a question while reading of how convenient the relationship would be. It was so friction filled that I easily overlooked the convenience, and was rooting for Nate to be the better man.  As a Mother, I felt a deep connection to this story; just as any Mother will be a sure fan. Watching the trials for this single mother and child is hard, and left me rooting for a better future.  Rosie is a strong and independent character never looking for a handout, and always willing to do what ever it takes to provide. I especially loved the lack of girly personality from her. Everything about his story jumped out at me leaving me feeling right at home in story. I can not wait to see if Moseley has more in store for the Guarded Hearts series. This is a five star series from a five star author.

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