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Chasing Tess

About the book: From the Amazon #1 Bestselling series in *New Release* for Clean Romance. Debuted in the SPRING VACATION Timeless Romance Anthology:

4.5 stars! "All six books are wonderfully well-written... like a buffet of mini desserts: diverse, delectable, sweet and satisfying." --IND'TALE MAGAZINE, Stephenia McGee 

5 stars! “Ah... I've been to my happy place. Six sweet romances compiled into one awesome book. These are some of my favorite writers.” –Aimee Brown 

5 stars! “These collection of romance stories are delightful! I am so impressed with all of the authors.” –Susan Russell 

Tess has been patiently waiting through three years of law school for James to pop the question. The night has finally arrived—at his graduation party. But his big announcement turns out to be completely unexpected . . . and devastating. Tess flees the party, promising herself to never again waste time on James. But as she makes a desperate cross-country drive, James makes his own plans on how to win her back. 

My review: Here's another one of Annette Lyon's romance novellas released on it's own after being in one of the collections. 

This is a cute, clean, quick read about Tess. She's been patiently (or not so patiently) waiting for James to finally graduate from law school so that they could get married. But on the night that she thinks he's finally going to propose, he instead announces that he's going to be taking an internship clear across the country. Tess is furious and decides that she's done waiting for James. So, she leaves the party, heads home and packs her bags for her own move. Heading to the beach to live with her mom and forget James and the mistakes that she's made while waiting for him. But James is not quite as stupid as he appears and realizes that he needs to make some changes and win Tess back - and fast!

I liked that story of this one. It reminds me of a catchy country song that I liked a few years ago. I liked that the story is clean, cute and it's a quick read if you just need an escape for a few hours one day.

I was sent an e-copy of this novella in exchange for an honest review.

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