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Book Review: Chaser by Kylie Scott

Goodreads Summary: Given his well-earned bad boy reputation, Eric is having a tough time scoring.. When single Jean moves to town, she seems heaven sent by the sex gods. Only problem is, she not only wants nothing to do with him, but it turns out that she's pregnant.

Starting over in a small town, Jean is determined to turn her wild lifestyle around and be the kind of mother she always wished she'd had. Since local bar owner and all round hottie, Eric Collins, is now determined to steer clear of her pregnant self, it should be easy. When she goes into labour during a snow storm and her car slides on some ice, it's Eric who comes to the rescue.

There seems to be a bond between them now, but is it enough? And can Eric give up his manwhore ways to be the man Jean needs?

This is book three of the Dive Bar Series and I hate that it has ended. I absolutely love Kylie Scott's books! She is one of my favorite New Adult Authors. 

This last installment is Eric's book which I could no wait to read. Everyone has his best intentions to heart but don't have a good way of approaching the matter to him.  He has always stayed away from commitment and anything dealing with girlfriend material. He loves being a bachelor and a bartender until Jean comes along. When he first sees her he is instantly attracted to her. She has the whole packages until he sees that she is pregnant. Despite his decision to stay way from her he can't help but falling head over heels for the baby and the mom.

I like reading about Eric. Everyone was really on his case about commitment issues. Deep inside he had a really good heart and even though he pretended not to care what everyone thought of him, he really did. Especially after what happened in the previous books concerning him and Nell. I wanted so much good things for him and wanting him to win at the end of the day. 

Jean is nothing like he expected. She left home because of not having her parent's support with her being a single parent. When she moved away she gained a family and more friends that truly loved her. They accepted her and her baby and that made her feel more welcomed and secured. She is a tough and strong character. I loved them both. Sweet baby Ada was just full of sweetness. 

I wish there was more of this series. I loved her stage dive series soooo much. We even see them in this installment. It was bittersweet and so cool. 

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