Jan. 4, 2018

Chasin' Eight (Rough Riders Book 11)

Chasin’ Eight (Rough Riders Book 11) is a tale of two people who appear to be polar opposites but have the same heart.


The chase is on…

Professional bull rider Chase McKay has finally found a situation too big to charm his way out of. Literally caught with his pants down, he finds himself bucked right off the PBR tour until he can improve his reputation—and his riding.

Hollywood actress Ava Cooper becomes the tabloids’ favorite target when her longtime boyfriend is outed as gay. Now she needs a place to lay low and a chance to prove to herself that she can satisfy a red-blooded man between the sheets. The sexy, rugged cowboy she finds holed up in her Wyoming hideaway seems like the answer to her every fantasy.

When they hit the road to get Chase more hands-on experience, they have every intention of keeping their hands off of each other. But the two headstrong stars quickly end up riding a hot and heavy rodeo circuit all their own. After the press gets wind of the affair, will their reputations—and their growing feelings—survive another round of scandal?

Warning: Strap in, another hot McKay is about to bust out of the gate and this bull rider knows a thing or two about riding hard...

Ceej’s Review:

Chasin’ Eight is a story that makes the heart clench in the most beautiful way and in the saddest.

Chase…quite the entitled cowboy.  When I read about him in previous books, I thought, “eh just another playboy cowboy.”  Boy was I wrong.  In my opinion, it’s really sad when it takes something hard to make someone consider their life choices and make changes.  However, it is effective.  Chase has a heart that he ignored for way too long.  There were parts of him that helped me find parts of me that I had ignored.

Ava…I really liked her.  She seemed very down to earth despite her financial status and lifestyle.  It seemed that she saw and felt more, and it took public embarrassment to get her to show it.  I could see why she was so close to Ginger.

The ending seemed rushed and there was no epilogue like I had come to expect from the Rough Riders books.  However, I did like it.  It’s filled with love, serious hotness, joy, sadness, sorrow, and a bit of enlightenment.  Nice installment!

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