Title: The Enduring Chase
Author: Dennie Sherer
Genre: Adventure, Erotic Romance
Length: Novel (294 pages)
Publisher: Extasy Books (November 1st, 2014)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥2.5Heart
Blurb: Caught up in a crazy operation, Chase, a young man rejected by his father, tries to earn his father’s love while experiencing the utter terror involved in executing his part in it.
Chase is at odds with his father, a full navy captain, who rejects him for being gay. His father, trying to satisfy a personal vendetta, absconds with a highly advanced experimental stealth submarine in order to sink ships owned and operated by a ruthless drug kingpin.
To identify those, his oldest son, Erik acts as a mole at their point of origination. Discovered, Erik is murdered. Chase, in an attempt to win his father’s love and acceptance, agrees to replace Erik as the mole. Not at all the hero type, he quickly realizes the potentially lethal situation in which he has put himself. Still, he manages to carry out being the mole successfully.
As the operation progresses, Chase meets and falls in love with an enigmatic British man who keeps Chase at arm’s length and who, ultimately, Chase feels has betrayed him. At the conclusion, after withstanding physical torture, feeling horribly used by so many and not having the grit of the usual hero, Chase returns home on the verge of a nervous breakdown. His brother Beau comes to his aid.
In a desperate attempt to win Chase’s love, the Brit slogs through a hellish winter nor’easter in New England to find Chase and convince him of his love—but will Chase be able to forgive him?
Product Link: http://www.extasybooks.com/dennie-sherer/The-Enduring-Chase/
Review: I honestly don’t know what to say about this book. While it was very well written, it was hard to follow as it seemed to jump to one thing and then another without explaining exactly what was going on. I found it hard to focus and had to continuously keep taking breaks.
I was confused as to who the characters in the book that the focus was actually on. I have to say I gave up on reading it halfway through. That is very unusual for me to do so but it does happen.
It seemed that there was a lot of deceit going on in the book but because it just went straight to a different chapter without explanation, I was continuously lost throughout the story.
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