#Blogtour Taking Her Chase by Danielle Pays #FridayReview #BookReview #Bookworld #InkSlingerPr


Today I am participating in the blog tour for Danielle Pay’s contemporary romance, Taking Her Chase!  Check out my thoughts below. 

You also have a chance to win the sweet giveaway. Don’t forget to enter below. 

*Thanks to InkSlingerPR for providing an earc of this novel. 


Title: Taking Her Chase

Author: Danielle Pays

Genre: Contemporary Romance


About Taking Her Chase:

He’s in love with his best friend. She’s dating his number one suspect. What could go wrong?

Harmony Brose can’t stop fantasizing about her best friend. After a few drinks, she took a risk. She asked Chase to kiss her. It was the best kiss of her life. Until he jumped up and left, breaking her heart.

Officer Chase Harvey had thought about kissing Harmony for years but never crossed that line until that night. Fearing Harmony was drunk, he had to cut it off until he was sure she truly wanted him. Apparently she didn’t, because Harmony just started dating the new man in town.

Chase doesn’t have time to waste on regrets. A woman vanished from their small town and he’ll do whatever is necessary to solve the case. When evidence points to the new man, Chase must follow the lead. It has nothing at all to do with the fact the man is dating Harmony…

Now he has to decide. Is he willing to risk losing the woman he loves in order to protect her?

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My thoughts

Taking Her Chase is an easy read. 

Chase and Harmony has been best friends for years. As the years past they both began to see each other in a different light. They are hesitant to test the waters scared that if a romantic relationship doesn’t work this will ruin their friendship. 

I found Chase and Harmony to be annoying at times. It was frustrating and I wanted to yell at them “Just tell each other how you feel already.” Even the sub-characters became annoyed by them. They both had issues from actions by parentage , which made them both insecure. No one talked they just jumped to conclusions and lashed out irrationally. 

Overall Taking Her Chase was an easy read. The plot was good, but I don’t feel it was developed enough. The story left a lot of unfinished answers. You knew from the beginning of the book an idea of where the story was heading. Although you knew what the ending would most likely be, in between there are points of suspense, mystery and laughter.  



About the Author:

Danielle Pays writes steamy romance novels with a touch of suspense. When not trying to write her characters into some kind of trouble, she can be found guzzling coffee at her kids’ soccer games. Black coffee is a requirement as she lives in the Pacific Northwest.


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