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  • Chasing frost

    This is an enemys 2 lovers romance. The characters are well written. The storyline has Passion, drama, conflict, suspense and action. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • exciting book

    Chase is an accountant. Sounds boring. His main job function is to keep customers happy. He's cocky - just shy of being arrogant - but he's smart, good at his job, fun, and very likable. He thinks she's out of his league, but he's still willing to give it a go. Sydney is not an accountant, and that's not her real name. Sadie is FBI undercover; Chase is her subject, and she's trying to get close to him. She's trying to do things by the book, but never planned on falling for him. They were on a slow burn for a good while, before they just exploded. I love seeing the characters from the earlier books woven into this story. There's a good deal of danger and mystery surrounding the FBI investigation, and when that comes to a head - holy cow! What a tangled tale of fraud and deception, with just enough action to get a little adrenaline flowing. I think that this is my favorite book of the series! I received a copy of this book from the author, and this is my honest review.

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  • Delightful Surprise

    Chasing Frost was a delightful surprise. It is an intriguing story with an intricately weaved storyline that kept me quickly turning the pages. The characters are realistic and interesting and this exciting story kept me on the edge of my seat. It has suspense and romance all rolled into one fascinating story. Sadie, is an FBI agent working undercover investigating Chase and the company he works for. Unfortunately, what should be a two week open and shut case turns into more. Chase and Sadie are polar opposites and because of their different personalities, they frustrate each other. Chase is laid back, fun and outgoing and everyone loves him. Chase is also full of contrasts; he is an accountant who likes working with numbers, but he isn’t boring or introverted. Although he has goals and works hard, Chase makes it look like so easy people underestimate him. Chase has his vulnerabilities and he has made up for what he considers his inadequacies, by making everyone laugh and being their friend. Sadie is a woman trying to make it in a male dominated field and she is afraid to let her guard down. She is an uptight, straight laced workaholic. Sadie doesn’t have friends and rarely sees or talks to her family. At first, Sadie doesn’t like anything about Chase, but as time goes on, she comes to appreciate him. Rather than disliking Sadie, I felt sorry for her and was hoping Chase would be able to loosen her up. What I enjoyed most about Chase and Sadie are their layers and imperfections. I thoroughly enjoyed reading their story and thought they were great together. They share a lot of chemistry and although they are polar opposites, they work well together and are perfect for each other. This is the first book I have read by Isabel Jolie and it won’t be my last. I couldn’t put this book down and I stayed up way too late reading it. Originally posted on Long and Short Reviews.

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  • So good!

    3.75 stars Enemis to lovers done right! Chemistry on point. Baddie female lead plus action packed book? This was sooo good and fun! This was my first book from this author and it won't be my last!

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  • Not for me

    *Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with a free e-copy in exchange for an honest review* 2,5 rounded up *Trigger warnings: gun violence, mass shooting, homophobia, sexism, food talk *(mentioned in the review) This was a fun read overall but it wasn't what I expected nor wanted so I'll give you the pros, cons, and other thoughts so you can decide for yourself if you wanna pick it up: Pros: -Great chemistry between the MCs: Mainly romantic chemistry, at first it was a push-pull dynamic but once the story advances both gravitate towards each other in the cutest and subtle ways. There was also some sexy build-up, which led to a couple of fun smutty scenes. -Badass female MC: Sadie is an undercover FBI agent which makes her fun as is but there were some scenes that showed her quick thinking and skills. Cons: -The male MC: Though sometimes he was endearing, most of the time he was a sexist pig. I don't have a liking for men who objectify women left and right. He was surrounded my worst men but that didn't distract me from his inner monologue "I like to watch joggers in tight Lycra with bouncing breasts", and the not so thinly veiled homophobia this dude displayed on a few occasions "I'm not gay or anything but I notice muscles", that's inner monologue, he's "straight-talking" to himself... He was the typical douchebag we see in movies and IRL unfortunately. I have no interest in seeing men like him as heroes in romance books, sorry. -Food talk: I personally wasn't affected, nor do I think it made the book worse but it was weird and I don't think putting a trigger warning will showcase the detail in which I think some people might be affected. Both MCs are obsessed with food, they are not foodies the food talk is usually them thinking about how much they ate, how much exercise they need to do to burn those calories, or if they can afford the food. I think people with ED or in recovery should consider this before picking it up. -Info dumping: This is an FBI investigation romance so some information is needed to follow along. However, the information kept going even after the climax was done. This is not an issue of the book but I personally didn't care much for the investigation if it didn't affect the MCs and I get that Sadie worked hard on the case and it makes sense that she would care for the development but I didn't, so it was a bit boring. Other thoughts The smut is not detailed and short. Obviously, this is my opinion, for YA readers it's a bit more than usual but I'm used to a bit more spice. It's fun and well written so it comes down to preference. I didn't put it in pro because I usually want more detail but it's certainly not a con, especially since it fits the book greatly.

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