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Giving Chase by Lauren Dane Review

    Giving Chase (Chase Brothers) by Lauren Dane 3.5 Stars! (Republished and Refreshed)

When landscaper Kyle Chase takes notice of Maggie Wright, all of Petal, Georgia, wonders what the quiet schoolteacher is hiding underneath her tight bun and boring blouses. Even Maggie doesn’t quite get it, but after a failed relationship and a disastrous attempt to get back out there, she’s no match against the famous Chase charm, and Kyle has it in spades.

Kyle wants Maggie in his life—and in his bed—and he doesn’t mind getting down and dirty to prove it. For years he’s avoided the kind of trouble that comes with “good girls” like her, but Maggie’s the best trouble he’s ever been in. He craves more of it. And more of her.

But even as their love grows into thoughts of forever, a hidden danger from Maggie’s past threatens to tear them apart. And when Maggie suddenly disappears, Kyle must put his faith in his family and race to save the love of his life before he loses her forever.

Review

 I love this series and I am so happy Lauren Dane is republishing it and has refreshed it as well with a wonderful new cover.

This is a great small town romance. Maggie is a wonderful heroine and she gets a great hero.

The dynamic between the brothers is great as well.

Dane’s writing is on point as usual. Enjoy this lovely Contemporary romance. It is on my reread pile.

I was given this book for my honest review. So, there you have it.