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Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Runaway and One to Chase review



Runaway by Tia Louise A One To Chase Prequel, sets forth the encounter of Marcus Merritt and Amy Knight. They meet at a friend's wedding and it ends up being a very passionate hook-up. A very short read that leads you longing to complete their story in  a One To Chase...






Beautiful Bastard meets Tangled meets Tia Louise in this all new stand-alone romance!
Paris fashion,
Chicago nightlife,
Secrets and lies...
Welcome to the North Side.









Marcus Merritt doesn't chase women. He doesn't have to. But when the spirited and sexy blonde who left him wanting more shows up in his office looking for work, little things like the rules seem ready to be rewritten.

Amy Knight is smart, ambitious, and back home in Chicago to care for her mother. A courtesy meeting with one of the top lawyers in the city should be a boost to her career...

Until the polished green-eyed player turns out to be the same irresistible "random" she hooked up with at a friend's wedding in Wilmington. Bonus: He's the brother of her older brother's new wife. What the hell?!

Who's chasing whom? It all depends on the day. Or the night.

A STAND-ALONE, ONE TO HOLD NOVEL. Due to strong language and elements of erotic romance, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.


My Review: 
Marcus Merritt's, He's strong, protective, and demanding but his kind heart and love just ended up sweeping me off my feet. I guess like every other billionaire character he doesn't have to worry about getting a woman. Amy Knight, is sometimes infuriating with always trying to run from a relationship. She is beautiful, sexy, and very passionate but she built up this wall to protect her emotions, the reasons why those walls were built will be revealed. The chemistry between Marcus and Amy is HOT!!! With Marcus never having to chase a woman and Amy always running away, how will these two ever come together ? The life of the high society draws you in and is entertaining to read. This book has strong sexual language, so read on your own accord. 
Tia Louise did not disappoint and I look forward to reading more of her books.

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