- Evernight Publishing
- Release Date
- August 2013
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Medical Romance
Chase Williams is a gorgeous but painfully shy web designer whose long-term boyfriend dumped him for being such a "nice" guy. Instead of meeting his buddies at the local bar for a drink, he helps his elderly neighbor with a DIY project. When a wobbly step ladder leads to a banged up wrist and a trip to the ER, Chase is convinced it's the worst night ever. Then he meets his handsome nurse.
Matt Owens is the boy next door who loves working in the busy ER. He's more than ready to clock out from his double shift until he meets his patient in Bed 4.
But will Matt's attraction to Chase be enough to make him break his rule about never dating patients?
Feb 21, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
240 people found the following review helpful
CHASING MATT is a fluffy, lighthearted romance leaving you wanting more.
Chase is a shy web designer who prefers quiet nights at home rather than go partying and is just recovering after a bad break up. His ex Stephen was always putting him down, moaning about everything from Chase's glasses, how boring he is, to his job working from home.
After a bout at the gym, Chase just wants to go home and go to bed and forget about everything for a while. But being a bit of a good Samaritan, Chase can't turn down his elderly neighbor's plea for help with changing a light fitting and an accident with a rickety stepladder precipitates a visit to the ER.
Chase's night just goes from bad to worse, with a long wait in the hospital with a sore wrist. His night looks up, however, when he is seen by the handsome nurse, Matt. Unfortunately, Matt has a rule about not mixing business with pleasure and doesn't date patients from work. Chase might just change his mind on that...
Since it is a romance, you know Matt's rule will not be enforced for long, and it isn't. The two of them get together later that night, which did seem a bit rushed to me, but for these characters, it seemed to work. There definitely was instant attraction, if not instant love, which worked better, I think. They desired each other, but they didn't start spouting 'I love you' that first night.
Despite the short length, there is an interesting story and good character development. There were a couple of typos and missing words, which did mar my enjoyment somewhat, but not enough to make me stop reading. I wanted to know how things with Matt and Chase progressed.
An entertaining read with an ending that left me smiling.
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