Book 4 in the Breathe Series:
Rylan Maguire has run from a dangerous situation to start her life over but she didn’t count on finding Chase Sullivan or falling for him so quickly. When their pasts tangle squarely in the present will fear win out or will her newfound courage hold?
Reviews for Chase:
“Chase” is the continuation of the Breathe series that Ms Dillon does such a great job writing! This book takes place after Jasmine and Easton are engaged, and Chandler is settled into life in Lafayette, Louisiana dating Caedan. Chase has broken up with longtime girlfriend Whitney, and has sworn off girls. Meanwhile back in Austin, a girl named Rylan is in a terrible predicament with her ex-boyfriend Brian. In order to escape Brian and his harmful stalking, her mother has arranged for Rylan to move to Lafayette and live with her friends, the Sullivans. Chase picks up Rylan from the airport, and before they can even make it home, they are involved at gunpoint in a random crime. As the summer goes on, Rylan and Chase become close and share their troubles about their exes. When things seem to be going too good to be believed, of course that is the time everything goes crazy and trouble multiplies. As in the other books, the characters are all responsible and almost too good to be true. They show genuine concern for one another and are protective of their friends. Again loyalty and friendship are paramount to the story. The way Ms Dillon shares her story makes me want to read more! My biggest complaint is this book is way too short. I can only hope there is a book 5 about Finn next.
Chase by Elena Dillon grabbed me from the get-go, and I couldn’t put it down until The End! Rylan makes every effort to end her relationship with her obsessive boyfriend, Brian. After he climbs into her bedroom window at three in the morning and Rylan’s mom tries to protect her with a baseball bat, the cops arrive. The volatile situation forces her mom to relocate Rylan to Lafayette, Louisiana to live with family friends. Chase picks her up at the airport, and as they compare recent history with break-ups, they begin to forge a friendship. Facing a random crime brings them closer.
Talented writer Elena Dillon never disappoints. Her prose is witty, genuine, and her characters are lovable teens. I look forward to more from this award-winner!
The Breathe Series