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  • Chasing Serenity

    Not her best book. Maybe writing by committee not the greatest. Dragged in the beginning, not much fire between the main characters, improved towards the end. Must be nice to be so rich, not to have to worry about the little things. Their projects for disadvantaged youth and women was laudable, and a good start.

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  • Not quite so opposites

    Chloe and Judge had me alternating between wanting to throttle them, hug them, and cheering for them! This was a great build up, exposing vulnerabilities on both sides, with explosive heat, and a more than healthy dose of stubbornness and determination. What I loved about both of these characters was their strength that hid their worries, and how, they saw like in each other, and stepped up when needed. Chloe was extremely open about this, and Judge was a little more subtle, sometimes, but it made them a perfect couple. Perfect because they could rely and lean on the other without asking. Perfect because the other stepped up even when they didn’t need support. Perfect because they could be themselves, with all their flaws (and in Chloe’s case, some wildness), not only when they were alone, but wherever they were, with each other. I loved Chloe and Judge for so many reasons, but mostly for those soft, sweet, moments they had together, anywhere, all the time <3

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  • Woohoo! A new series

    Chasing Serenity is the debut novel in the River Rain series.(After the Climb is technically the prequel) As such, it does what most 'first in a series' books do. Obviously,you have the central story with our hero and heroine. Additionally though, you also have lots of roots. Roots that need planting and nurturing before new stories, of new characters, can bud and bloom. The story of Judge and Chloe is beautiful. No one looks after Chloe quite like Judge does, apart from one other person! Chloe strikes me as the most vulnerable of all of Kristen Ashley's female characters and I don't really know why it strikes me so. I loved her so much and easily saw through the sometimes forced bravado. I saw, so easily, how she struggled with grief and anger and I saw how completely Judge had her back! Their love story highlights the effort you make for love. The compromise, the commitment, the happiness that you'd move mountains to maintain. This is just a lovely start to a new series and I can't wait for Rix and Alex' story.

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  • Great!

    This was fun. I liked the banter between Chloe and Judge that they had from their first meeting. It's not a meet-cute and I liked it. While they fought their attraction, you can't help but see that they are perfect for each other. They brought out different sides to each other and I liked how the author showcased that. While I would have preferred less descriptions into Chloe's wardrobe, I did enjoy the multiple point of views (it's not just Chloe and Judge's) and the traveling between the past and present. I can't wait for the next book and I will be picking up the prequel as I hadn't read that.

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  • K A Rules

    This story had a lot going on. Past and present. At first I was a little confused but it didn’t take long to get into the swing. Chloe and Judge’s book is full of angst and banter that keep the plot interesting. “The temperature of the entire state of Texas just amped up fifteen degrees because of your attitude. Lock it down.” I rolled my eyes. Ms Ashley has her own writing style that is so unique you can’t help but love it. Another great adventure you just don’t want to miss.

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