Title: Chasing Each Other (Chasing, #2)
Author: J.D. Rivera
Genre: New Adult
Release Date: July 7, 2014
Until Preston killed my soul.
When he came into my life, he destroyed me. I was a shell of my former self, pretending to be fine while wishing I wouldn’t wake up the next day. I never dreamed my best friend would come back into my life…and bring Brad Nicholson with her.
I never dreamed the homicide detective with the cocky attitude could show me my worth again. He could show me that my life could be amazing every day.
Until the day he found out about my past with Preston. Then, I was sure he’d see the real Miranda and ditch me for good.
I knew what I wanted to do with my life and from that point on, my work molded me. Everything became routine. Casual. Until Mackenzie walked into my life, bringing her best friend, Miranda, with her.
From the first moment I saw Miranda, I knew she could be someone special. I didn’t have time for relationships, but she was different. She was a piece of the puzzle that could be missing. But she was broken, I could see that. And all I wanted to do was turn her into the girl I knew she really was beneath her perfectly placed mask.
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This is book 2 in the Chasing series.
This book is about Miranda and her struggle with drug addiction. She craves it daily but is trying to beat it.
Miranda’s ex-boyfriend Preston has left her feeling broken. Not only was he a horrible boyfriend but he got her hooked on drugs. She is left to pick up the pieces.
As she gets her life back on track she starts to fall for Brad. Brad is the adopted brother of Mackenzie (Mackenzie was one of the main characters in book 1). Miranda doesn’t feel like she is good enough for Brad. Brad is also a cop.
Is Brad able to help Mackenzie get back on track? Does he help her see her own self-worth? You’ll have to read the book for yourself to find out.
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