Charlie de Rossi has spent every summer of her life tending her dad’s bar. Raised to be one of the boys, she pulls no punches and takes no shit from any man. She’s had to learn the hard way that life isn’t about the wine or the roses, but when the new bartender turns out to be a handsome Irish import, everything she thought she knew about life and love is challenged in a single heartbeat.
Far from the only life he’s ever known, Liam Fitzpatrick knows he should ignore the wild, intoxicating need that pulses through his veins whenever the boss’s daughter is near, but the moment Liam first caught sight of Charlie he knew her sassy mouth and sexy curves were made to be wrapped around his body. After just one night of tending bar together, the magnetism proves too much for either of them to bear and in an uncharacteristic moment of weakness, Charlie breaks every law she has and finds her legs locked around Liam’s waist, his lips coaxing her into mouth-watering submission.
Scared to lose her heart again, Charlie tries to avoid the sexy, stubborn Irishman that’s hijacked her thoughts, but Liam makes himself damn hard to ignore. One taste of her won’t ever be enough to satisfy the hunger she’s awakened and he is determined to show her what she’s missing. She’s holding the key to his forever and he won’t ever give up on chasing Charlie.
Warning: If a panty-melting alpha male with an irresistible accent and an overwhelming desire to protect the woman he’s hellbent on having isn’t for you, keep on clicking! Like your book boyfriends devilishly charming with a side of dirty talk? Me too! Grab the batteries, turn off the lights, and enjoy Chasing Charlie!
Charlie de Rossi spends her days working with her brother and father at the family bar. She has learned the hard way not to trust men. So when the sexy 6´ plus of smoking hot sex appeal (throw in some charm and an Irish accent) Liam Fitzpatrick stars helping out she is reluctant to get too close.
Liam Fitzpatrick is trying to make a life for himself far away from his family’s expectations. One look at Charlie and Liam knows he will do anything to make her his forever. But when a secret comes to light, will Liam lose Charlie forever??
This was just an OK read for me. The story itself was sweet. Charlie was a good heroine. Not overly annoying. Liam was sexy and sweet and a really great guy. Everyone was nice. It just wasn’t WOW. It felt bland like something was missing. I didn’t feel a spark or connection between Liam and Charlie. The letter her Dad wrote seemed odd and out of place (I mean how did he even know they were fighting?) Liam’s parents are painted to be these uptight royalty types that were upset he choose to go to the U.S for school, but apparently have NO issue with him marrying Charlie?
Eh, like I said, it was just OK...