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  • Rated 4.5 Stars

    I loved The Chase so much, it reminded me of all the reasons why I love this author's voice. It was funny, sexy, had a grumpy hero, a sassy, quirky heroine and my fave trope can anyone say heaven cause that's exactly where I was while reading this book. Plus it was so relatable especially on the themes of sexual harassment and being judged on one's appearance and interests. I thought the story was well done and yes I highly recommend it. I'm also looking forward to reading the next book in the series especially after that little teaser, I can already tell it's going to be a great read. ARC provided by author in exchange for a honest review

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  • Taking A Chance & Finding Your Heart

    I know The Chase is one of the most anticipated reads this year for many people and let me tell you, Elle Kennedy did not disappoint! I loved Summer and Fitzy's story! It had all the things I love about the original Off Campus series - laughs, swoons, heart, emotion, and of course, sexy, sexy times! Briar U is a spin off series and though characters from the Off Campus series do appear, it can be read as a standalone. Right from the start, I got some Pride & Prejudice vibes from Summer and Fitzy. There's no denying their attraction to each other, but will her pride and his prejudice stand in the way of their happily ever after? There were definitely times when both characters frustrated me with the push and pull, but as their histories are shared, it made a lot of sense why they were reacting and making the decisions that they were. On the surface, they couldn't be more different, but they also challenge and complement each other in many ways. Fitzy and Summer were much more than people perceived them to be and though it was very yin and yang at times, it definitely worked! I loved all the build up and anticipation (though the collateral damage of Hunter did hurt), and I was left with a huge smile on my face as I turned the last page. One of my favorite things about this book though was Summer's friendship with Brenna. Those two were hilariously loyal and just so much fun! Summer and Brenna's lack of filters created some truly memorable moments and I especially loved their text messages to each other. I can't wait for Brenna's story in The Risk and that teaser excerpt at the end of the book couldn't have been more intriguing! I also was so happy to see little cameos by some of my favorite Briar guys and gals! I honestly will never tire of more Garrett or Tucker (swoon, swoon, swoon) and the little snippets of them in The Chase were perfect! Such an awesome start to this new series!

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  • Still waters run deep

    This book was so worth the wait, and trust when I say, set aside a complete and uninterrupted time to read it, because one moment I started, and the next it was 3:19 am. It has everything, all the feels, so many feels, but so much fun as well. There are new rivals, new friends, new and interesting connections. We get a glimpse at Garrett, we spend a few with Tuck and Jamie, and of course, we see a bit of Dean, because, duh, his little sister and all! Fitzy has learned over a lifetime to shut his emotions down, and he can easily stay hidden away. He doesn't like to be the focus of attention, in the spotlight. He is happy with who he is, how he is and what he is, but Summer throws him for a loop. She disrupts everything about his carefully planned life, but he can't stop being crazily attracted to her. She is his complete opposite, and he is losing the fight to leave her alone Summer can't figure out why she is so attracted to Colin "Fitzy" either, but she is. She doesn't fight what she feels though, she goes with it. Him seemingly unaware of their attraction throws her for a loop, then makes her angry. Summer wears her heart on her sleeve, but there is a wealth of emotions bubbling under the surface. She is not at all comfortable with who she is, how she is, and what people see of her. She is completely upfront with what she thinks, and how she acts, and defends it beautifully. Summer isn't only comfortable in the spotlight, the spotlight seeks her out, it is drawn to her Fitzy and Summer are not all what the other is like, but they are exactly what the other needs. Their journey is neither quick, easy, or simply, but it is so much sweeter in the end because of it!

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  • Genial

    Dans la ligne des Off Campus ! Super facile à lire

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  • Thumbs up

    Ordering the next one now. Nice light summer read.

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