Author: Emma Chase

Average Rating: 4


Review: Appealed by Emma Chase

Posted 16 January, 2016 in Reviews / 2 Comments
Review: Appealed by Emma Chase

Review: We all know I love friends becoming lovers, girls/boys next door included, and this was an interesting twist on that. While Kennedy and Brent were friends at one point, they sure aren’t when they get together in the book. Childhood friends who grew apart in a painful way means lots of hurt that hasn’t been addressed, because the relationship ended when it happened. So I think this type of story has more of a backstory than most “friends with benefits”-type books that I liked watching play out. And I related to Kennedy’s side of that backstory so hard. I was that […]

Review: Sustained by Emma Chase

Posted 25 August, 2015 in Reviews / 2 Comments
Review: Sustained by Emma Chase

Review: This book is what I would call very okay. Bordering on great. It was hilarious, but I didn’t love the characters. So I guess my “thing” with this series is going to be wanting to slap the guys upside the head, and loving them anyways. You just want to slap the guys in this series on the backs of their heads! @emmachse Click To Tweet In Overruled, Stanton was the definition of wanting to have your cake and eat it, too. I mean, the guys in the Tangled series were pretty stupid, too, as are most guys (and girls) […]

Review: Overruled by Emma Chase

Posted 5 May, 2015 in Reviews / 3 Comments
Review: Overruled by Emma Chase

Review: Gah! Talk about a main character you love to hate! Stanton had me hating him 50% of the time (okay, more than that), and yet I was still all swoony swoon swoon whenever he had his charm switch flipped. Can we talk about the definition of wanting to have your cake and eat it, too? Stanton was selfish, possessive, naive, and completely unrealistic. And yet, everyone is okay with it. While most people are just like, “okay, whatever,” others outright endorse his craziness. ‘Scuse me, sir? It frustrated me so much. But then again, so did Drew Evans and his “flu.” […]