#REVIEW - Chaser (Dive Bar #3) by Kylie Scott


There's a new installment in the Dive Bar series by Kylie Scott, and let me tell you... IT'S GREAT! Ok, maybe I'm biased because I really enjoy Kylie's writing and I'm so deep into this series that's crazy, but for real, this book is awesome. Take a look at CHASER.


Love isn’t always NEAT…
Bartender and all round bad boy, Eric Collins, has come to a crossroads. It’s time to take life seriously and maybe even attempt to settle down. If only the person he was hoping to settle down with didn’t turn out to be pregnant.
Starting over in a small town, Jean is determined to turn her wild lifestyle around and be the kind of mother she always wished she’d had. Since local bar owner and all round hottie, Eric, is now determined to steer clear of her pregnant self, it should be easy. When she goes into labor during a snowstorm and her car slides on some ice, however, it’s Eric who comes to the rescue.
There seems to be a bond between them now, but is it enough? And can Eric give up his manwhore ways to be the man Jean needs?

Grab your copy on Amazon | Add it to Goodreads

My review:

When I first met Eric, back in Dirty, I thought of him as a man-child. He was immature and selfish, also he couldn't keep it in his pants, so think of him as a manwhore with a Peter Pan complex. In the second book he face a traumatic event, and you could think that's his moment to grow up, and maybe he did it a little, but he had a long road ahead. 

In Chaser we have the chance to experiment Eric's train of thought in first hand, and it was funny AF. Yes, he was a slut, and yes again, he was a immature prick, but he was also sweet and funny, and deserved to find love. What he wasn't expecting was that it could come with a pregnant woman in the package.

Eric thought he was happy as a single man, with a woman warming his bed every night without commitment. But when he met Jean, he started to second guess his life choices. Talking with her, once they get over their bumpy start, was easy, expending time with her and her child was something he enjoy, and slowly their friendship was turning in something more. The attraction was always there, but also the complications. And what started as something casual evolved into something deep, meaningful and beautiful. With Jean and her daughter Eric found something he didn't know he was missing, and that was her chance to adult, evolve and surprise Kylie's readers.

As in the previous books, the guys from Stage Dive make an appearance in the story, and I'm sure you'll love it. 

I enjoyed this book a lot, not just because Eric evolved nicely and learned to care about someone more than himself, but because he choose to acknowledge his feelings and was willing to sacrifice everything was dear to him for the woman he loved. The rhythm of the book was steady, and Eric's constant inner dialogues were funny AF. The chemistry between Jean and Eric was insanely hot and every encounter was feeding a fire that was hard to contain. But But Eric taking care of a baby? 
Trust me, there's nothing hotter than that. And I wasn't even watching, but my imagination is quite graphic.

I highly recommend not just this book but the whole series. If you haven't read Kylie Scott yet this is a nice way to start, and if you already know her writing then you know she never disappoints.

I made some teasers with quotes from this book. Take a look:

More books in the DIVE BAR series:

You Might Also Like

0 comentarios