Chasing Bliss, (Nights in Bliss, Colorado 7), Sophie Oak (Review)
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Chasing Bliss, (Nights in Bliss, Colorado 7) Sophie Oak (Review)
Gemma Wells snapped when she walked in on her cheating fiancé. Not only was he cheating but he was offering her job to the bimbo. The one thing Gemma had focused her entire life on was achieving a successful career. Now barred from employment she leaves New York and returns with her mother to her hometown of Bliss, Colorado. Fired from a few jobs and forced to work as office manager for the sheriff department Gemma meets Jesse McCann and Cade Sinclair foster brothers who stuck around Bliss after obtaining justice for their foster-mother. Jesse knows Gemma is the happiness he has been searching for even if his brother Cade is letting the fears of his past block his future. He is Dom enough to deal with Gemma’s smart mouth and attitude while manipulating his brother into staying long enough to realize they have found the one.
Bookswagger Marcia: Four Crowns, good read, on the way to swagger. Chasing Bliss is a must read for those who are fans of Mrs. Oak’s series. To be honest there is no way once you get started in the series you are going to want to miss anything that happens in the town of Bliss, Colorado. Mrs. Oak has created one of the best towns in the world. The people are great, each with their own interesting stories and she always leaves you wanting to know more about an additional character or potential love ménage. She also has another series going strong, Texas Sirens with some heavy BDSM elements, the series crosses paths which is great for us fans of both series. In Chasing Bliss Jesse McCann and Cade Sinclair the biker mechanics we met in book 6, Hope McLean’s story are getting their chance at romance with return resident and bitchy lawyer Gemma Wells. Gemma has a mouth on her which makes for sparks with dominant Jesse who knows she is hiding beyond the hard demeanor. Cade spends most of the story trying not to fall in love, unable to resist. Watching these two fall in love and seeing the gang of Bliss in action again was great. You could read this as a standalone but why? I envy those who get to start at the beginning and discover the series from book one.