Marc must face the biggest challenge of his life--convincing Liv Davis that he means to love her forever. Book Three in the Chase Brothers Series Liv Davis has just about given up on her happily ever after. Burned by love more than once, she's beginning to think Mr. Right isn't in the cards for her. Marc Chase is a confirmed bachelor and lover of women-lots of them. He's determined not to fall head over heels the way his brothers have. Until he kisses Olivia Davis and realizes head over heels may not be such a bad thing after all. Can Liv open her scarred heart for this younger ladies man? She loves Marc more than she can begin to admit but she's terrified of being rejected again. Marc faces a challenge greater than he's ever faced before. Making a woman believe he's more than just a great bedmate--making her believe he's in it for good. In the end it will all come down to two days in a hotel and a bet. Can they both win?
Chased begins with Marc Chase realizing that Olivia Davis may be the one for him. He wants to be with her, but she's not letting him get close because she's afraid. Now Marc is willing to do just about anything to prove to her that he's changed, and wants a chance.
These two go back and forth throughout the whole book, and it got a little bit annoying at times. I was really frustrated with Olivia. I hated how she kept making stupid excuses, and pushing Marc away. I thought Marc did a very good job of showing her he really wanted a relationship with her. It really felt like the relationship was mostly one sided because Olivia didn't try very hard since she was so busy pushing Marc away.
I still think the first book in the series was the best so far, but this one was okay. I was super frustrated with Olivia, and that made the book less enjoyable. But I do look forward to the next book as well.