Getting Real by Emma Chase is now live!
A sexy, hilarious, emotional, new romance from New York Times bestselling author Emma Chase.
Connor Daniels never thought he’d be starting over at dating square one. His career as a successful doctor, and his three boys, are everything to him. It’s not exactly a setup conducive to a scorching love life—but he’s giving it a shot.
ER nurse Violet Robinson never intended for Connor to find out she’s had a crush on him forever. It was a dirty little secret only meant for her dirty dreams. Her heart trips every time he’s around—and so do her feet.
When Connor sees Violet coasting across the grocery store parking lot—and she falls on her face—he starts falling for the gorgeous, young nurse right back.
Dating can be tricky. And life can be beautiful and crazy and unpredictable. But when it gets real, you discover what matters most . . . and the one person you want loving you through it all.
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4 ‘You are my real life’ Stars!
ARC provided via Valentine PR in exchange for an honest review.
This was the perfect romance to read after the roller coaster of darkness I read before this wonderful romantic comedy. Emma Chase is one of the best in the genre and she did not disappoint with the next installment in this beloved series. I am a sucker of age-gap and single parent love stories and Getting Real gave me everything I hoped for when it comes to these troupes. I was oh-so-ready to go back to this world and these characters and, of course, this new addition is such a delightful treat!
So, Getting Real is the third installment in Chase’s Getting Some series and it continues with the story of Connor Daniels, a recently divorced doctor/single parent in his early forties who is very much focused on that: his job and his three sons. Enter Violet Robinson. She is a nurse working in the same hospital as Connor, she is in her early thirties and she has been crushing on the hot doctor for over two years. She doesn’t think that Connor will ever notice her but, with a little bit of matchmaking and a few pushes, these two start a relationship. But is this just temporary or is it the real thing?
I’m right there—waiting and wanting and already his.
All he has to do is want me back.
Not surprised that Emma Chase gave us another beautiful romantic comedy. Funny, sugary sweet and burning hot, Getting Real is the perfect addition to this series! I do love the Daniels’ family and I was so happy to go back to their world. It’s been a while since the second book, and I did love revisiting this crew of characters (and adding new ones to love!). Connor and Violet are so freaking adorable together and their chemistry sure burns the pages. I loved them as a couple, and I loved them becoming a new family together with Connor’s three sons. Yes, it did have some drama towards the end (my poor heart, I felt so bad for Connor!) but everything got resolved in the end and these two got their much-deserved HEA!
I’m in love with this woman.
Deeply, undeniably, rapturously in love.
She’s perfect for me—precious to me. In every conceivable way.
Therefore, I am rating Getting Real with 4 STARS because, as I said, it was the perfect read after my last one, a beautiful romantic comedy full of banter, family interactions, sexy times and emotions. I loved how Emma developed Connor and Violet’s love story and their interactions with the kids and the rest of secondary characters. I do hope we get more books in this series because I am definitely curious about the rest of this crew!
Emma Chase is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance novels filled with humor, heart and heart. Her stories are known for their clever banter and sexy, swoon-worthy moments. Emma’s novels have been translated in over twenty languages around the world.
Emma lives in New Jersey with her amazing husband, two awesome children, and two adorable but badly behaved dogs. She has a long-standing love/hate relationship with caffeine.