- File Size: 1598 KB
- Print Length: 142 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Anna Henson (February 21, 2015)
- Publication Date: February 21, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00SJPYODM
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,259 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Catching Lucy (The Lucy & Harris Novella Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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"Catching Lucy" is the textbook classic "Friends to Lovers" romance. Terri Anne Browning gives the reader a New Adult next-gen spin-off of her Rocker series with characters that are likeable, charismatic, and delightful. The storyline is a slow burning build up to the next installment following the growth of Lucy and Harris' relationship. The action and conflict is minimal and there is no sexual activity. Again, it feels as though this serial is mainly for fans of Terri Anne Browning's Rocker series - which is fantastic so if you haven't read it - I recommend it because it's like potato chips … you can't read just one.
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So glad we finally got Lucy and Harris story. In The Rocker Series, we were treated to small pieces of the connection these two share. Terri Anne Browning did such a great job developing these two young characters we could not help but want to know where the future would take them.
This is a three part novella series with a full novel to tie it all up. I really loved this first installment, told in alternating POVs between Lucy and Harris. You can feel the angst they are both experiencing as they try to rebuild the friendship they once had yet still trying to fight their growing attraction to each other. Both of them fearing the other doesn’t feel the same way.
Harris is sweet and sexy, when he shows his alpha male possessive side over Lucy it is reminiscent of the way the Demons and OtherWorld fellas act around their women. Harris proves to be just as jealous and fiercely protective as his rock star dad Devlin Cutter. Lucy is sometimes a bit annoying but I cut her some slack because she’s young and a little foolish. She gets a bit judgmental with Harris a few times without getting the facts first. However, she is also a fiery, feisty chick like the rest of the women she has grown up with so I ended up really liking her anyway. Harrison’s devotion to Lucy after years of her ignoring him just warmed my heart. The background characters of their friends Kin and Jace were fantastic I really want to know what’s up with those two hopefully we either get more about them in this series or in a series of their own I would be all over it.
The story flowed nicely; it was a quick enjoyable read. I don’t want to give away too much because I hate spoilers, but I can say that you will definitely enjoy this sweet love story about soul mates and true love with a bit of young lust thrown in. If you are fan of The Rocker Series you will definitely enjoy this. If you haven’t read The Rocker Series I suggest you get it one of my favorites. I don’t think you need to read it though to understand this series it will just give you a better fuller understanding of the tie of these two characters.