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  • "Wild Dream" - Book 2 - The Chiasson series

    I just finished reading this book February 23, 2018. This is my review. I liked this second book of the Chiasson series. This book is about Chiasson brother, Lincoln and Ava, a friend of Olivia's (Wild Fever - Book 1). This book can absolutely be read as a stand alone but may be more enjoyed if you read the first book and become familiar with all the other characters and all the Chiasson brothers. As with the first book, this story is a novella and the story line is established very quickly. Ava is visiting her friend Olivia in Louisiana but that's not the only reason she's going. She's on a mission to find her father that abandoned her and her mother over 14 years ago. When she learns Olivia is dating Vincent Chiasson, she can't believe it. The Chiassons are the ones responsible for her father's disappearance. She wants absolutely nothing to do with them. But when she meets Lincoln Chiasson, there's an undeniable attraction between them. When her life is threatened by a werewolf, Lincoln comes to her rescue. As these stories are novella length and the story line moves very quickly, I won't say any more about the story line. I don't want to spoil the story for you. The background of each character is established very well giving you a feel for the characters' emotions and their reasons for their actions. The chemistry between Lincoln and Ava is simmering and teasing. The story line was engaging and interesting. I enjoyed the mystery of finding out what happened to Ava's father. The story also introduces the Chiasson's cousins, the LaRue family, setting up the spin-off series about the LaRues. Overall, I found this novella fun to read and would be a good read when you need that paranormal romance fix.

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  • Great read

    Can't wait for #3

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  • Wild Dream

    18+ Louisiana bayou, romance, love and don't forget where wolves!

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