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    Very enjoyable

    Matt chase is the last single one of the Chase Brothers. He knows that's about to change as soon as he meets Tate Murphy. She's beautiful, smart, sexy, and everything he's ever wanted in a woman. Getting the girl is the easy part though. Getting past her low self esteem issues while the small town of Petal does everything to keep her down is the hard part. Matt's ready to fight for her but is Tate ready to fight for them or will she let narrow minded people keep them apart. I've really enjoyed this entire series and recommend not only this book but all four in the series.
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    Fantastic Finale

    I think Matt might be my favorite brother … but don’t tell the others :) He’s patient, caring, and smart enough to realize what a great thing he could have with Tate. I love how he takes his time wooing her, in a way that she doesn’t even realize what is happening until she’s too far gone over him. Tate may have a few insecurities thanks to the way she grew up but I love her grit and spunk. She’s a little prickly but it is totally understandable, Not too much for the Chase charm to overcome, of course. And the closeness of the Murphy family is awesome to behold, enough to rival the Chases, and I do think Dane handled their issues really well. It was realistic and gave a believable drama moment between Matt and Tate that worked well with the relationship they’d created. I do wish a little more time had been spent resolving the issues with how Tate is viewed by people in the town. There are “mean girls” who make trouble for her and for the most part they handle them really well. I just needed one more scene, I think. I felt like it wasn’t quite wrapped up as much as it could have been, especially with how well the family portion was done. Realistic characters with real world troubles and believable reactions, Dane does a fabulous job giving her readers an awesomely emotional finale to her Chase Brothers series. **Review given honestly and freely after receipt of a reader copy. This opinion is completely my own and was not influenced in any way.**
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    Sexy, smart, entertaining...

    The Chase brother series has made me fall in love with the effortlessly flowing writing of Lauren Dane, with the extended Chase family, and the wholesome, handsome, and charming brothers who fall hard, and love even harder, once they find their soul mates. Matt might be the last single brother, but he is no different from the others when it comes to finding the right one. He takes one look at Tate and he only has eyes for her. I loved the energy, the connection, the chemistry between Matt and Tate. Even if the feelings are fast to develop, the relationship takes time to build up and find its rhythm. Tate and Matt are truly a perfect match for each other if the rest of the town would just realize it as well. My heart wept for Tate and her siblings because of the way some people in town were treating them. Tate is a beautiful, independent, and tough lady, she had to be to survive the way her parents treated her and her siblings. She is a generous soul, she takes care of the people around her, always puts others first, but she is no doormat, she can stand up for herself and protect herself when needed. Her difficult upbringing, the poor circumstances she was born into, and her curvy body gave fuel to some to mock her, bully her, trying to put a wedge into the relationship she was building with Matt. The drama and trouble seem to follow them on each step, but no matter how tough things get, Matt and Tate know what their heart's desire, and especially Matt is not willing to give up on the best thing ever happen to him. Making Chase is not only an emotional, passion-filled love story between Matt and Tate, it is the perfect ending for the series, a wrap up with the whole family, that will leave the readers smiling, satisfied with all the feels pouring out from the pages. Sexy, smart, and entertaining romance with lots of emotional depth and social issues that will make you check your own inner compass. Definitely a series I want to be revisiting again and again. ~ Five Spoons
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    A good book

    I have enjoyed all the Chase men books. What a good story line with soft gentle romance and steamy love scenes. I look forward to others by this arthor
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    A small town romance with an edge

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over Note: This is a republished novel that has been refreshed by the author, but retains the earlier writing style to maintain the flavor. I’m a sucker for a small-town romance because the focus is usually on the connections between folks. I chose this to read as a candy bar book: a sweet, easy read that would make me smile. I couldn’t have been more wrong–or more right–about that. Making Chase brings Matt, the product of a loving and well-respected family, together with Tate, a woman from the wrong side of the tracks who has made it her mission to keep her brothers and sisters safe from an abusive father and neglectful mother. Matt has rarely been challenged. He’s smart, handsome, and laid-back. Things come easy for him, so much so he doesn’t realize that isn’t the way for most people. Tate has been challenged every day of her life whether it’s money troubles, physical and verbal abuse, or strategic issues with giving her siblings a shot at a decent life. This book goes far beyond the sugarcoated image of small towns. It’s not just nasty gossip the Murphy family has to contend with, and Tate is a special target. She doesn’t look like her brothers and sisters. She’s short where they’re tall, she’s blonde to their redheads, and unlike any of her family, she’s curvaceous, something she’s been convinced makes her dumpy and while not ugly, at least no competition to the other women in Matt’s life. The story is about Tate coming to understand her own worth when she’s used all her considerable strength of character to protect her family but never really stood up for herself. But that’s not all it is. Matt and Tate have an almost instant connection. She’s different from any of the women he’s dated, not only in shape but in how she thinks, her approach to life, and most importantly, her unwavering commitment to her family. She’s everything he’s been missing, only she can’t believe it. The above sounds rather one-sided until you consider Matt has never been in a situation where the person he’s with defaults to distrust rather than trust, where she interprets his every action as pulling away. Sure, it’s frustrating, and he doesn’t respond well, but it’s not until he grasps the world through her eyes that he is able to meet her distrust with a stronger love than she can dismiss. The character development on both sides was beautifully conveyed while their commitment to family, extended, immediate, and actively in both their lives resonated with me. I wasn’t expecting the story to become so real, but I appreciate how it did, taking a deep look at the impact not just of physical abuse but the insidious aspects of mental abuse, especially in terms of body image. More than just touching on the topics, Making Chase demonstrates ways to help the healing and the struggle to overcome that background. Making Chase has all the traditional elements of contemporary romance, lots of detailed sex and some swearing. It also has the kind of strong female characters I like to see, ones who find their strength in family and who move mountains to protect those they love. Which is far from saying Tate and the other leading women were in any way invulnerable. They were all too human in the costs of their strength and even their stumbles. Matt is much the same, coming across as bumbling at times because Tate doesn’t fall into his arms like all the others. He knows what he wants, and until he learns better, tries to trample everything in his way, including Tate. This is a strong, worthwhile story, living up to its potential and even going beyond. P.S. I received this ARC from the publisher through NetGalley in return for an honest review.
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