Left at the altar. Dumped. Abandoned. Jilted.
That only happened in books. Fictional disasters like the kind I wrote. It wasn’t supposed to happen to me, Sam Stone. My life was supposed to be orderly. Organized. Perfect.
But I had no control over my fiancé’s decision to leave me.
What better place to be alone while nursing my broken heart than in paradise, right? Two weeks of sandy beaches and tranquil waters to quietly rethink my life.
That’s what I thought anyway—until Drew Mariano came along and shook everything up. He shook me up.
He made me forget myself. And that was good.
He made me want to take chances. And that was hard.
He made me feel high on life. And that was amazing.
But I was afraid…the higher I got…
I was going
Beth Michele is an author of M/F and M/M New Adult and Contemporary Romance. She writes stories with heart, about love, life, and everything in between. She is a Connecticut native who loves spending time with her husband and two children. If you can’t find her, though, she’s probably hiding out with either her laptop or Kindle somewhere quiet, preferably a spot overlooking the ocean. She has an affinity for Twizzlers, Swedish Fish, and makes a damn good hot chocolate.
A sweet and hot M/M romance. Chasing The High caught my attention. The blurb intrigued me I enjoyed reading their journey to find true love, and I was convinced that love could happened in two weeks.
Even from the first moment, I was already hooked and the two of them didn’t get along first.
The chemistry was already there and I was excited to see what was coming next.
The intense pull and connection was well written. Drew and Sam were interesting characters. Their encounter was the electroshock they needed in their lives. Finding their high, but it was scary as hell.
Drew was the easy going, charming guy with a guarded heart. Sam was less spontaneous, with OCD tendencies. Both afraid of this instant craving and thrilling high. I loved reading their journey, both coming to life throughout the story.
Don’t forget the sex parts, because holy moly it was delightful, sensual and sinfully hot.
I really liked the pace of the story where the characters’ relationship took time to build up. It was so easy to get into it. Drew and Sam made quite a pair. A mix of sweetness and incredible hotness.
Chasing The High was a beautiful romance, real and honest. The author did an amazing job to describe two people who meant to be, how they overcome their fears and turned into something great together.