He stopped a robbery. Now he has to do the right thing.
Having left his life in politics, lawyer Chase McCabe is on his way to meet his brothers and sort out family matters when he stops for gas and walks in on a robbery in progress. However, he discovers the culprit is just a kid, and her situation may not be as clear as he thought. Authorities have written the girl off, and his need to fix everyone’s problems sets in, putting him on a collision course with a mysterious woman with secrets of her own and entangling him in a precarious relationship that ties him to a place he was just passing through.
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Another good book in this series!
Don't Catch Me is the second book in the McCabe Brothers series but can easily be enjoyed as a standalone story.
Chase is on his way to meet with his family when he walks in on what appears to be a robbery. His career as an aid to a congressman is over and he hasn't yet decided what he wants to do next. When he discovers that the robber is really a young girl he can't just walk away and decides to stay and help.
Rose was a witness to what happened but she is reluctant to help. Due to things in her past she needs to stay out of the spotlight but Chase is having none of that; he needs her to talk about what she saw so he can help the girl.
This is a relatively short book so things happen quickly with the romance between Chase and Rose but that doesn't bother me like it does some readers. I actually love this length of audiobook because it's one that I can usually finish in one day while doing household chores. The story is an interesting one and kept my attention throughout. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the series.
About the narration: This is the second book I've listened to by Jaclynn Elfring (aka Jaclynn Michelle Elfring) and I have sort of a love/hate relationship with her narration. She does some of the best voices, especially the male ones, that I've heard in an audio book. The problem is that her phrasing/vocal inflections kind of drive me nuts. The sample on Audible is from the beginning of the book and doesn't really give a good example of what I'm talking about. I'm not bothered enough by her phrasing to not listen to more books she narrates but I just can't raise my rating above 3 stars yet. I'm hoping she gets better as she narrates more books.
A review copy of this audiobook was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author.
- Yvonne T. Cruz
Another winner in the series
This series is about four foster brothers who are still dealing with feelings of abandonment when their foster mother left them with a father that was struggling with his own demons. Now as adults, we are introduced to each of them.
Since I really enjoyed the audiobook of the first book in this series, Don’t Stop Me, I decided to give this one a try. This one is just as good.
Chase has always been the “fixer” and when he stops at a gas station on his way to Nevada for a family reunion, he comes upon what appears to be a robbery. One involving a teenager with a gun. But it isn’t what it seems, and when Chase realizes the girl is a foster child in a bad situation, he is determined to help her. Little did he know that that action would change his life forever.
The engaging plot with complex characters will keep your interest from the beginning .
Another winner by this talented author.