This was one hot romance. Lots of chemistry and some great scenes to get the heart racing. I loved Lucky, she was such a spitfire. Determined to do things her way and her schedule - everything is thrown out the window when she meets Jared.
Title: Lucky Chase
Author: Milly Taiden
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: 211 pages
Release Date: November 4, 2016
Source: Review Request
Heat Rating: 3
Reviewed by: Jasmyn
Event planner for the rich and famous, Lucky Nuñez lives her dream job. But when it comes to love, she’s scraping the bottom of the barrel. She’s dying to have babies, but it seems that’s never going to happen. A chance encounter leads her into the arms of Jared Thomas. He’s a bad boy to the bone. Sexy, seductive, and so domineering, he makes her toes curl. And he’s got dirty talk down to an art form.
Jared Thomas is a ladies’ man, but when he meets sexy Lucky, he knows she’s worthy of more than just play time. Never has he wanted to keep a woman like he does her. He will make her his wife and mother of his children. There’s only one problem: his past is trying to kill his future.
They have more than communication problems playing havoc with their relationship. With trust issues the size of Texas, these two need to open up to each other. That’s if they can stay alive long enough to try.
Jared knows that he has to have Lucky the second he sees her. He doesn't anticipate falling in love and finding her reluctant to allow his pursuit. He's rich, handsome, and sexy as hell - why wouldn't she want him?
But Lucky has some things to work through, and Jared is going to be there the whole time, proving that he's here to stay. But Jared's life isn't as perfect as he thinks. When his enemies decide to use Lucky against him, he'll have to think fast to keep the woman he loves.
I really enjoyed this story, but I wish the suspense element had been drawn out a little bit more. I liked the hints dropped along the way, but when it all hit the fan? It was wham bam thank you mam, and done. I wanted to be left waiting for a little bit longer.
**I voluntarily read a review copy of this book**