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  • Loads of chemistry!

    Dream Chaser is the second book in the Dream Team series and while I enjoyed the first book a lot, there was something about this one that drew me in immediately. I'm not sure if it was I knew the characters better or if the main characters in this one just had an effect on me. Regardless, it was a great read! Kathryn, Ryn, to her friends has aspirations of having a home flipping business, but right now she's making ends meet by working at Smithie's as a dancer. While she's trying to make the most of what she's got, she's got family members that have made her life anything but easy, including her Dad and her alcoholic brother. She's got an adorable niece and nephew she would do anything for, but her brother's ex doesn't make it easy for her to see them. Add to that that she has had less than a great track record with guys, plus she's submissive, and you've got the picture. When Ryn meets Boone, she's immediately drawn to him and to his Dom tendencies, however she is intimidated and she's not all that thrilled with some information he provides to her. Boone is extremely protective and he's loyal to a fault, not only to his boys, but also to those he's close to. As their relationship develops, we see how difficulties in both their pasts have shaped them, but how supportive they are of one another, while also being both hot and sweet with one another. I enjoyed the entire story that developed around these two and how they both evolved over the course of the story. They definitely had chemistry and it jumped off the page. Plus, it was great to see many familiar faces grace the pages as well! Looking forward to the next one in this series!

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  • Dream Chaser

    As a devoted Rock Chick fan I couldn’t wait for this series to continue. The Dream Team is just as hot and alpha as the Wild Bunch. “When you’re not being bossy, invasive and sticking your nose into things that aren’t your business, you seem pretty awesome.” Ryn and Boone are scorching hot. The whole Dom Sub thing is not my cup of tea but it wasn’t to overdone as to ruin the storyline for me. “Part of what I get off on is that. I can take you out, and you’re gorgeous, and men are gonna look at you, and want you, but you’re mine. There is some intrigue going on that put Ryn in danger. So many past favorites show up. Just like old times. I’m was so glad to be back in K.A.’s world for this amazing adventure.

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  • Finding your hero!

    Words cannot describe how much I loved Ryn and Boone! They were both, just so, flawed, but in ways that made them vulnerable, not hard. Ryn made me cry, she made me chortle, yes chortle, she made me want to be there just to hold her hand. So much strength, so aware, yet unaware, and such a hair-trigger reactor, yeah, I got Ryn. Boone, so clueless to women, really. He made some pretty rookie errors, but I guess growing up with only brothers contributed to his lack of woman awareness. Of course, once he was in, he was all in. And when he messed up, he did it pretty good, but his grovel was on point as well. This relationship struggled to get started, but once it did, these two’s attempt at taking it slow was laughable. One big problem, but then really, the story was all about these two. They were hot together, super duper, cant look away, squirming on your seat hot. They got each other on some very simple, yet important, levels. They connected, they grew together, they fell in love, and as much as Ryn thinks Boone is her hero, I’m sure he feels that about her as well

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  • Loved it!!

    I'm so happy that this spinoff is living up to everything I loved about the Rock Chick Series. Not only do we get the perfect spinoff, but we also get to see all the old crews from the Rock chicks and their hot bunch, to the Chaos crew and even mentions of Knight. I'm a big fan of the group of girls that have your back, and the group of guys that will go all in to help protect. It makes for any drama that happens well worth it when you see all of them group together when one is in trouble. Plus there is always some form of funny antics going on with the woman. I was a big fan of Ryn right from the start. I won't lie and say I wasn't worried about her and Boone when she turned him down in book one, but what that inevitably showed us was a woman who expected more and relayed that in one of the best ways I've seen in a book. I won't say much more than that so you can experience it for yourself. Ryn was just an all around likable heroine even if she had some baggage with her family. I respected her and I like how she communicated with Boone. Boone had a bit of a rough start with me but quickly turned that around. He has just as much baggage as Ryn has and like I mentioned above, it was that rough start that showed why Ryn initially turned him down and what she expected. It was so worth it. I loved it and I want more!

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  • Boone + Ryn

    Boone wants Ryn. Ryn wants Boone. But Ryn won't let Boone in because... well, only she knows the answer to that. It seemed, to me, that she was a bit lost with her own logic. If she didn't get it, how could I? And how could Boone? After asking and being turned away repeatedly, it's no wonder he went somewhere else. So why is Ryn all torn up about it? And why is Boone still looking out for her? And why is she mad at him for looking out for her? Ah, the drama... you were missed! Getting into the heart of this story wouldn't be right. It needs to be experienced. You need to take this journey for yourself, to find out why Boone and Ryn were perfect for each other. You need to learn, through these words, how KA was able to capture the true essence of these characters, bringing them to life, highlighting their flaws and bestowing us with their virtues. Boone was one heck of a hero. Such a good man. And Ryn gave just as good as she got. There was chaos, bits of suspense, familiar faces, new alliances, and the setup for what I believe will be the love story to follow -- I can't be the only one who was feeling all there was to feel with Axl and Hattie. I don't think there's anything in the world quite like getting lost in a book by Kristen Ashley. Dream Chaser is said to be a spin-off of two of my favorite series (Dream Man and Rock Chick) and if Boone and Ryn are any indication, this seems about right. Whether it was Boone's alphaness or Ryn's independence or the camaraderie of the larger group that convinced me, it doesn't even matter. I enjoyed every word!

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