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Chasing Waves

4.18  ·  Rating details ·  17 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Thirty-two-year-old Mags Abarquez is a single mom to a preschooler with golden ringlets, and by God, she is going to be good. After a lifetime of only being interested in catching the next wave, she tries out for her company’s training faculty, determined to be serious and make it work this time. The only catch? Luke, her hot, younger training mentor. With a sexy nape, a ...more
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Published May 14th 2017
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Agay Llanera
May 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I would give this story 5 stars just for those gorgeous opening paragraphs on surfing. But yes, the rest of the story, too, is beautiful and masterfully written. Don't you pin any judgment on my girl, Mags. All single moms deserve a hot romance with a younger man.
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my first book from this author and i really liked it! The sexy nape was a helluva promo and it didn't disappoint at all ;)

I'm going to need some more single mom, younger guy stories i think. :)
Miel Salva
Aug 24, 2017 rated it really liked it
It's never easy being a single parent. Especially for females.

Aside from being ostracized by society and getting judged as 'maaga kasing lumandi','makati kasi',and other demeaning and hurtful words that even come from their family members, single parents have to raise their children and act as both moms and dads to their kids. They have to stay tough to be able to protect their children from being judged as the 'fruit of the parent's sins'. And it's another issue when said single parent takes
May 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Super cute

I really enjoyed the story of Mags and Luke. The surfing metaphor was great. It worked even though I know next to nothing about surfing. Super cute story.
Jan 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I loved it! Reminded me of my contact center days plus it was so much fun to fan-cast Luke and Mags after reading the first few pages.
Jay Tria
May 31, 2017 rated it really liked it
I was hooked from the first description of surfing a wave. It was so sharp and so palpable, I felt Mags's longing to be on a board again. Her angst and pain and strength built up naturally from there. There's a lot to be kilig about in this book in as much as there are pangs and bursts of pain ready to hurt you. Mags is a toughie, and she is so because she really is a softie. And to see her reconcile who she has to be as a mom, who she is according to the definition of others, and who she can ...more
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