PLAYING CHASE by Julie Prestsater with rafflecopter giveaway

There are many words that have been used to describe Chase Marino: cheater, backstabber, dirt bag, heart breaker. He earned those titles cheating on his high school love Shelly and his co-worker Summer. He broke both their hearts and knows it’s his lot in life to make it up to them somehow. But while the ladies intend to make his life miserable, Chase is pretty good at doing it to himself. With his dad around treating him like a frat brother rather than a son, it’s easy for Chase to beat himself up over the shameful mistakes he made in the past.

That is until Tiffany Gutierrez, the new student teacher arrives. Feeling an immediate attraction to the young beauty Chase does everything in his power to fight it and do the right thing for once. But when Tiffany shows the attraction is mutual all bets are off. Chase soon realizes that while he’s teaching Tiffany how to be a good teacher, he’s learning a thing or two from her as well. Maybe it’s time to move on and let go of the past and realize that he may just deserve a real shot at love. 

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Julie is a high school teacher by day, and a writer by night. She writes both young adult and adult romances. When she’s not writing, she can be found out and about with her family, reading, and watching football. As a reading intervention teacher, she prides herself on matching her students with great books to encourage them to become life-long readers.   Visit Julie at her website.   Follow Julie on Twitter @juliepbooks.

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7 comments to PLAYING CHASE by Julie Prestsater with rafflecopter giveaway

  • bn100

    when they find the person for them



  • Sharon

    I think there is good in very person even those “bad boys” we love to hate. It just takes the right person to get them where they need to be.

  • Victoria Zumbrum

    I think everyone deserves a second chance and happiness. Thanks for the giveaway. Please enter me.

  • Mary Preston

    I think that love can work wonders. Great to see everyone have a HEA.

  • Manuela

    I like it that they seem human in the end. I mean, half of them are either missunderstood or been treated bad so they had no other choice than to become bad guys. When they fall, they fall even harder than the average romance novel hero, they usually need a very strong female (thank god, not such a whiny, shy sissy who has big eyes and not much to say) to capture their interest and to keep it.

  • Holly Craft

    To know that they can change with just the right person. They are human and we all make mistakes.