Sunday, August 7, 2016

Chasing River by K.A. Tucker

Chasing River
by K.A. Tucker
narrated by Elizabeth Louise and Steve West

Find out more about this book and author:
Twitter @kathleenatucker

Published: 2015
Publisher: Atria Books
Genre: New Adult, Romance, Suspense
Paperback: 336 pages
Rating: 5

The Burying Water Series:
Burying Water
Becoming Rain
Chasing River
Surviving Ice

First sentence(s):
I weave around men and women alike with barely a pardon, struggling not to lose Aengus, nor to let on that I'm tailing him.

Armed with two years’ worth of savings and the need to experience life outside the bubble of her Oregon small town, twenty-five-year old Amber Welles is prepared for anything. Except dying in Dublin. Had it not been for the bravery of a stranger, she might have. But he takes off before she has the chance to offer her gratitude.

Twenty-four-year-old River Delaney is rattled. No one was supposed to get hurt. But then that American tourist showed up. He couldn’t let her die, but he also can’t be identified at the scene—so, he fled. Back to his everyday life of running his family’s pub. Only, everyday life is getting more and more complicated, thanks to his brother, Aengus, and his criminal associations. When the American girl tracks River down, he quickly realizes how much he likes her, how wrong she is for him. And how dangerous it is to have her around. Pushing her away would be the smart move.

Maybe it’s because he saved her life, or maybe it’s because he’s completely different from everything she’s left behind, but Amber finds herself chasing after River Delaney. Amber isn’t the kind of girl to chase after anyone.

And River isn’t the kind of guy she’d want to catch.

My two-bits:

Although this is book 3 of a series, it reads like a standalone novel.

The narration for this audio is just right. The story is enhanced listening to these two narrators representing the two sides of the story.

Because of the spark of chemistry between the couple, they grow and change to follow their hearts.

Also, the travel part of this book makes it a good candidate for summer arm-chair travel reading. Got some ideas for future places to visit.


* part of Audiobook Challenge

1 comment:

  1. I loved this series. The first book is probably my favorite though they are all pretty good. Maybe I'll give the audio versions a try. I've not listened to one with dual narrators.


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