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    A Fun Series

    I am definitely hooked on this series and already looking forward to Part 3! In this book, Jazz has had her heart broken in Part 1 and has decided to forego any dating when she goes off to Grad School in Calif. because she can't take the pain but, after weeks of no social life, her roommate encourages her to go to a frat party (literally drags her there) and she meets Chase...even has a nice kiss with him and he doesn't even know her name! She is struck by how polite, caring and nice he is. They soon begin to date and he's like no guy she's ever met! He's the star baseball player on the college team and she supports him and learns all about baseball. As the school year comes to an end, they have decisions to make. Once more, Jazz "follows her guy" and I didn't totally agree with that. Chase is a great guy but Jazz seems to put her life on hold for these men she's dating! She gets a great job and all but still, she should follow HER dreams too! I wont spoil the rest of the book but their relationship is very "rollercoaster like" and does end on a very sweet, special high note after a very tragic experience. We shall see going forward what happens next!!! Tune in :)
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    Great Read

    Finding Mr. Happily Ever After, Part two by Melissa Storm and Melissa McClone was another great read in the series. Jazz is still heartbroken over Nathan, when she meets Chase and doesn't know if she should pursue something with him. I loved reading Jazz and Chase's story.
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    Chase and Jazz

    Book two of a five part series. Jazz has broken up with her boyfriend, Nathan. Oh how I loved Nate. Jazz has returned to school to get her MBA, where she meets Chase at frat party. Ready to take it slow. Chase is an upcoming baseball player. Oh, how I love baseball players. Jazz will do anything to help Chase move up the ranks in the team once he is drafted but will Chase do the same. This is a clean romance that I thoroughly loved. They will take up an emotional roller coaster, that yes, I did shed a few tears. I do recommend that you read this book series in order.
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    Much Stronger, More Mature, Just Better!

    ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ FOUR-STAR ✩ REVIEW ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ > > Judging a Book by it's Cover < < A man in a tux. Other than the big, bright title font, the cover really is not too appealing or eye-catching. I normally would not pick up a serial or a chronic groom-hopping wanna-be bride, but I purchased the entire "series" (serial) because I adore McClone's work but Storm is new to me. > > Looking Deeper < < POV ~> Third-person Twenty-year-old hotshot baseball shortstop, Chase, and now-22-year-old MBA student, Jazz, met at a California college. Though she thought her heart could never love again after Nathan, she reluctantly began spending time with the hunky athlete that was not shy about pursuing her. Chase was much more mature than Nathan ever was, although he was not completely faultless. He did show enough maturity to recognize and own up to his mistakes and was not above groveling and sincerely apologizing for his actions. Likewise, Jazz handled this relationship better and came off less desperate and needy. She had matured and seemed to have more self-respect. Book 2 was much more enjoyable than book 1. The plot was enjoyable and flowed smoothly. There were a few hurdles that they had to work through. Unlike the last ending, CHASE ends with an implied HEA, but we know it's not meant to be with two more potential grooms to go in the series before the finale. WARNING: There is one scene of physical assault to a main character, though not deeply detailed. It was not for cheap thrills and held a deeper purpose. More sensitive readers may wish to skip those few pages. . Rating: [PG-13] ~ Score: 4.35 ~ Stars: 4 ========================== ⭐ ⭐ **** Disclosure of Material: I purchased a copy of this book with the intention of voluntarily leaving unbiased and unsolicited feedback. I was not asked, encouraged, or required to leave a review - nor was I compensated in any way. I am posting this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising". ***** ⭐ ⭐
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