Chasing Happy

Original review 10/9/2017

Blurb

Between Rosie Knight’s ability to talk to ghosts and every man she’s ever known betraying her, she’s got enough problems without falling for Max, her boss’s brother. But after a terrifying vision causes her to relive a woman’s murder, her ability disappears and she needs a safe place to regroup.

Max Murphy is an entrepreneur on the verge of his first major business success. He can’t afford to get sidetracked by the mysterious Rosie whose quiet eyes make him weak in the knees, but he’s not about to turn her away, even if he can tell she’s hiding something.

Max is the only person who’s been there for Rosie, and that makes him doubly dangerous. Suddenly he’s at the center of the fragile life she’s built, and if he finds out about her dark past, she could lose everything—including her carefully guarded heart.

****Chasing Happy is a Full-Length Romance Novel that’s somewhere between New Adult Romance, Romantic Suspense, Paranormal Romance, and Romantic Mystery. If you like a little bit of everything – including an HEA – this one is for you! ******


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Life has been hard for Rosie. She’s been running from her gifts her entire life. Just when she thinks she has found a place she can call home, if only for a little while, a desperate spirit begins stalking her. The love story between Rosie and Max is sweet and sexy at the same time. Friends Dillon and Wendy drove me up the wall at times. Without knowing Rosie’s problems they, and Max, stumble around making it worse. It all works out in the end, and the love between Max and Rosie is amazing.

I enjoyed this book. I had problems at the beginning with formatting errors, but that’s probably because it was an ARC. There were also some spelling and grammatical problems.

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