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(A Dragons Love Curves Novel)
by Aidy Award
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
BBW, PNR, Stand Alone
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down & Dirty
Insta-Love, Insta-Lust and totally tropey – this is a fun romp that makes no excuses for what it is: A trope filled guilty pleasure. Free on Kindle Unlimited!
What is it about?
(Blurb from GoodReads)
She’s stolen a priceless relic from his treasure, and his heart.
Ciara is the best damn wedding planner this side of anywhere, but she’s no thief.
That’s exactly what the sexy-ass dragon shifter has accused her of – stealing his treasure.
She’s going to steal something of his alright, his sanity, if he doesn’t let her go so she can get back to giving couples their happy ever afters.
Its the best way to ignore the fact she’s sure she’ll never get one her own.
Not with any man, or even a dragon.
Jakob is either going to kill the sexy, curvy woman who denies she has The First Dragon’s relic, or take her to bed and drive her as crazy as she’s making him.
Why does he want her so much he can’t even properly interrogate her?
Might have something to do with the way his soul is screaming at him to mark her, claim her, f*ck her, and make dragon babies with her.
He can’t give her his soul if she’s already stolen it, or something darker and more dangerous has.
Thoughts on Chase Me
This is one of those hysterical, Insta-love, Insta-lust, fated romances that is so over the top you can’t help but enjoy it. Making no secret of just what it is, Chase Me is an in your face romp, that is just as fast paced as it is humorous – Not to mention hot AF. It’s silly, it’s fun, it’s light, and perfect for an afternoon read.
Sweet baby Cheeze Whiz. (34%)
- World building is sparse, but there.
- Insta confusion, more like it.
- It really is quite silly.
- Plot is shakey at best.
Third Person, Multiple POV
NC-17 (Descriptive… and HOT… sexual content)
Character Age Range
My Final Verdict on Chase Me
It’s trope filled, plot poor and perfectly inane… and just the right amount of entertainment. Honestly, it’s kinda charming – and Free on Kindle Unlimited.
Published February 1st, 2018
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