- File Size: 793 KB
- Print Length: 223 pages
- Publisher: J Bliss (January 30, 2018)
- Publication Date: January 30, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079H474QK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,093,829 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Taking Chances (Chance Series) Kindle Edition
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The ‘love jones’ of physical and mental attraction of Drew and Jasmine continues. The second book picked up nicely where the ending of the previous one is very dramatic and sudden. Taking Chances, opening is exactly where Not By Chance left off. J Bliss sucks you in right away and we get a glimpse of the whole group racked in a serious war in hopes that all will be okay.
Taking Chances expanded the relationship between friends and helped us to see Drew's pure heart. The book humanizes the characters more as you learn more about their past life, friendship and committed relationship with one another.
Drew’s passion is intoxicating, you can feel Drew's love for her as he patiently and sometimes impatiently waits for Jasmine to regain consciousness. He is dedicated to seeing Jasmine through the hard times. In this novel, we see Drew supportive and wanting her to live. No matter the trauma, Drew is willing to help the woman he loves and stays with her even through all the suffering.
That being said, J Bliss, delivers in the erotic areas of the book: The sex in this book is on point, from the penthouse to the limousine, to the steamy drama in boardroom…the popping just never stopped. It’s nice seeing Jasmine open up more to Drew as she becomes aware of what she wants sexually.
Face it, this series is addictive. Drew and Jasmine have amazing CHEMISTRY, but we'll find out if their love is for them to have a future. Their love reminds us we fall in love by chance and it is by choice we stay in love. This is the BEST LOVE in print story! I say take a chance and see for yourself. BUY YOUR COPY TODAY!
Hot! Hot! Hot! I could not put this book down. My husband and I were fighting over it to see what was going to happen next. I had to buy him a copy so he would give me my kindle back. LOL. It had me from beginning to the end. Loved it! I can clearly say WE LOVED IT!
Jasmine Chance has been involved in altercation with Duilio Sasso that has resulted in her being in a coma. By her side is Drew Rodd, who is in love with Jasmine and vows to keep her safe.
As Jasmine heals she is supported by Drew and their friends by they still have things to overcome and Jasmine must find her own strength to get through it all.
For much of this book I felt lost and it took me most of the book to try and figure out relationships between people and I am still not 100% sure that I have everything worked out. I also found it hard not knowing the type of person that Jasmine was before she met Drew and if that would have made the end of the book a little more clear for me.
I liked Drew and how he really treated Jasmine well and how he wanted to protect her at all costs. He was going to be there for her through it all as long as she wanted him.
I was kind of confused on why it appeared that someone was still after Jasmine and with the information that her father gave her. I was mad at Jasmine at the end for her decision and I know that there has to be something I am missing from the first book as the end decision did not make sense to me.
Please again keep in mind that I was not aware of the first book and my review reflected what I read and would most likely be different had I known there as a book one.
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.