Take A Chance by Abbi Glines

Take A Chance by Abbi Glines (Chances #1, Rosemary Beach #6)

3.75 star rating!

I enjoyed this book by Ms. Glines a lot more than I usually enjoy her books. While most people are huge Rosemary Beach or Sea Breeze fans, these series are my guilty pleasures.

Take A Chance is the story of Grant and Harlow, Rush’s brother and Nan’s sister. While this is the first book in the series with these two as the main characters, they previously met a couple of books ago. Grant used to be in a friends with benefits scenario with Harlow’s bitchy half sister, which is the main dilemma for these two throughout the book. Harlow finds it difficult to be with anyone who had some sort of feelings for Nan (which is understandable because Nan is a raging bitch, who after this book proves, will never change). Despite this, the attraction between the two grow and forms into a new love for the both of them.

Total guilty pleasure read, there isn’t much quality to this book, but it was fun while it lasted.

And there’s totally a cliffhanger at the end, which for most reader’s sucked, but I actually kind of liked it. Shook things up a bit and actually made me want to read the next book.

Note: I recommend reading all of the Rosemary Beach books before reading this one. I made the mistake of skipping the book before it, Simple Perfection, and was totally screwed because a character had died in that book, and it was spoiled for me in this one. So, to all who pay attention, start with Fallen Too Far and continue on from there.



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