Charming, adventurous Zach Chase has always craved the spotlight, and now he’s on the hunt for publicity for his family’s storm-chasing business. So when a reality TV network approaches him with the idea for a show profiling their work, he can’t resist. But the last person he expects to walk into the meeting is the former love of his life.
Production assistant Maddi Hayes was once engaged to Zach—until she was almost killed by a tornado he was out chasing. She walked away from her fiancé and their future together, convinced she’d always come second to his dangerous career.
Dreading the show and anxious over working so closely with Zach, Maddi also knows this project could mean big things for her career. If only Zach weren’t still so infuriating…and so infuriatingly sexy. Can they finally let go of their stormy past? Or will the passion still raging between them win in the end?
You know that book that you just can’t put down? No matter what? The “I’m not going to sleep until I finish this” kind of book…well, Loving the Chase IS that book and I have no regrets over the lack of sleep I got because of it.
Maddi is a reality TV show producer and her bosses want to follow a family of storm chasers for the next show. The problem? One of the chasers is none other than Zach, Maddi’s former fiancé. She left him and their life behind after being caught in a tornado that he was chasing. Thinking that she can no longer play second to his job, she hightailed it out of town and created a new life for herself.
Zach never thought he would see Maddi, again, and was shocked when she walked into the meeting with the producers. He had no idea why Maddi left and how hurt she was over his choices. They try to work together, but the pull towards each other is undeniable.
I got the impression that Zach is the glue that holds his family together. He is taken for granted by those around him, yet, he doesn’t realize it himself. My heart hurt for him, especially because his father was killed while chasing a storm and Zach seems to be living in the shadow of his deceased father.
This was such a great book that I did not want to put down! I highly recommend it to any and all readers!