Chasing Payne: A Therian Agents Romance, by Chantel Seabrook Reply

4 out of 5

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Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B016WSSWVW/ref=cm_sw_su_dp

Review:

This was a good romance book the the paranormal twist.  Lora story was so sad at parts you couldn’t help but hope things worked out for her and Chase. I can’t imagine going through your life running from yourself but not knowing why things happened. Authors twist of who the mole was shocked me I didn’t think that was who it would be. Not sure if there are more plans for books but this left that open for a next book.

Reviewed by Brave One

Our Blog was given this book in exchange for an honest review.

She went to his head faster than whiskey, and now that he'd had a taste, he wanted to drown himself in her.

Description:

Lion shapeshifter, Agent Chase Payne, doesn’t have time for distractions — especially the kind that involve his best friend’s younger sister. He has a job to do: leading his team of Therian agents to fight against those who would expose their kind to the world.

Lora Oliver wants to be a Therian agent, but secrets from her past have damaged the bond between her human and animal natures, and threaten to destroy everything she’s worked so hard for, along with the people she loves.

Assigned to Chase’s team, Lora struggles to retain control and keep her secrets buried, while Chase denies what he feels for Lora. And then, one kiss changes everything.

Chantel Seabrook

About the Author:

Chantel Seabrook currently resides in London, Ontario, with her husband and two daughters. She is passionate about writing and enjoys reading fantasy, paranormal romance, and science fiction. Chantel has a four-year Anthropology degree from Western University.

 
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