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Stevie's Chase (Holt #1)

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Stevie Holt found herself watching for him, waiting to hear her neighbor's motorcycle roar into his driveway. All she knew about Chase Sullivan was that he filled out a simple white T-shirt and a pair of tight, worn jeans better than any man she'd ever seen, and that the rugged loner wasn't interested in making friends - until the day Stevie gave Cha
Mass Market Paperback, Silhouette Intimate Moments #402, 256 pages
Published October 1991 by Harlequin Books
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May 26, 2011 Buggy rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommended to Buggy by: Saly
Opening Line:"As soon as she heard the sound, Stevie knew without looking that it was the mystery man."

Stevie’s Chase was a super little read that really surprised me, I mean I wasn’t expecting much based on the cover however I was blown away by the depths of this love story. In fact the entire (Holt) series is just fantastic especially if you’re anything like me and have a thing for the tortured heroes and the angst. Oh the angst. It literally drips off the pages here as we watch our tormented
OMG Stevie's Chase was one book I adored, I mean how couldn't I. It had a tortured hero with secrets who tried so hard to stay away from the heroine, from ignoring her to trying to make her hate him. Aww, he was adorable and had a motor-bike...bad-ass. And the reason for his aloofness and the darkness in his life is something I didn't come close to guessing. And the relationship is beautiful, so meaningful, I mean you can feel the love and the joy they get from being together. So, to sum up Stev ...more
This was a really good story! See Buggy and Saly's reviews for good reviews of why :)

Chase Cameron has been on the run for years since faking his own death to get away from a crime boss out for his blood. He moves into a house next door to Sean Holt, whose sister, Stevie, finds herself attracted to the handsome and mysterious Chase and becomes determined to get to the bottom of his mysterious aloofness, especially after she realizes who he really is and why he's so guarded and secretive.

This is the first in a trilogy that also includes "Left at the Altar" (about Stevie's brothe
It took me a long time to really work my way through the book, but I really did enjoy it! I thought the ending was a bit rushed, but it always is! I'm glad that it didn't end with Stevie pregnant. That is how most romance novels I've read tend to end, so I'm glad this was just them happy. I thought it was interesting that the cover image is the final scene. That surprised me, but in a good way!

I liked Sean's characterizations. He was cool. I enjoyed his storyline the best in here. It may have h
Really just a mess of dreadful cliches and poor characterization.
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