Chasing the Dream by Anne Marie James

Chasing the Dream by Anne Marie James
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full length (204 pages)
Other: M/M, Anal Sex
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

When Lee meets his fantasy man, his shy nature makes him want to run. But what will he do when his dream guy won’t let him?

Saul Valencia. Tall? Check. Muscles? Check. Everything Lee Clark ever dreamed of in a man? Check. Bad case of nerves and feeling like an idiot whenever he’s around? Sigh. Check.

Being kicked out of the family home for being gay would have been bad enough, but Lee Clark also worked in his dad’s garage. Losing his family, his home and his job all in the same day left him floundering. He can’t believe his luck might be changing when he finds a job at Everyone’s Mechanic, another garage, where he’s accepted for who he is.
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Then Saul, a former linebacker for the NFL Raleigh Raptors and a friend of Lee’s boss, walks into his life. The man is the embodiment of all his teenage fantasies, but Lee doesn’t dare hope Saul will ever actually notice him.

Intrigued from the start by the shy man now working for his business partner’s boyfriend, Saul struggles through bad advice and misunderstandings to convince Lee that he’s serious about wanting a chance with him. Getting Lee to give him a shot at romance was difficult enough, but when drama and blackmail from outside sources are added in, the relationship becomes almost impossible.

It will take the combined efforts of Lee’s garage family and Saul’s real one to set things right.

Most people start their lives anew because they want to – a new job, a new town, a new partner. Lee starts a new life because he has been kicked out of his family home and beaten up by his brother, which is nothing unusual, unfortunately. He is lucky in that he finds somewhere where he is actually welcomed, not just tolerated. And then he meets Saul…

This was a great story, with Lee meeting up with his boyhood crush, and Saul being everything Lee could possibly wish for. I completely understood where Lee was coming from, and like the others in the book, sometimes I thought Saul deserved a clip on the back of his head, however well-meaning his intentions were.

This is a romance and suspense wrapped up together. It has a perfect cast of characters (I’m looking at you, Gracie!) and some heart-rending moments too. The conversation with Sam just about killed me, but I won’t go into any more detail than that!

With a smooth pace, a great storyline, and that fantastic cast of characters, this was a book I thoroughly enjoyed from beginning to end. I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending this book, and I look forward to reading more in this series.

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