Scorching hot and heavenly delicious. A hearts and flowers ending to this tumultuous, heart pounding romance.
It was a love meant to be that not even time could prevent. Allie and Hudson have survived heartbreak, extortion and brushes with death. They already have the rings on their fingers but including their friends and family this time around is proving to be a challenge. Will the stress of planning a wedding befitting them put a damper on their relationship? Or can the cool and collected Hudson Chase control guarantee Allie the wedding and honeymoon of their dreams?
It’s been over a year since I first met the arrogant billionaire and the woman who stole his heart and had me turning page after page of explosive chemistry and gripping second chance drama. I loved the journey Hudson and Allie took me on and I wholeheartedly enjoyed this finishing novella where they yet again get a second chance, this time at a magnificent start of their happy ever after. And seriously, how can one not enjoy a book whose inspiration is this man?
“From here on out, April twenty-first is no longer my birthday… It is now known as Naked Day. And will be for the rest of our lives.”
Embrace Me is all about Hudson and Allie’s wedding. Contrasting all the books in the series where there was always some kind of crisis waiting for them at every corner, Embrace Me is a sort of extended epilogue that follows the couple getting ready to take their vows in front of friends and family and disconnecting from their busy lives and on a the perfectly honeymoon planned by Hudson.
But Hudson and Allie aren’t the only characters that appear, we also get some quality time with Nick and Harper (read bachelor and bachelorette party and great toasts). I do hope Ann Marie and Amy decide to write about the latter, even if it’s another novella.
Embrace Me is novella #3.5 in the Chasing Fire series by Ann Marie Walker & Amy K. Rogers. It is strongly advised that the first three books be read before this and if you have read the trilogy this is an ending worth reading. It’s written from both points of view with a happy ending.
* I was given an ARC of this book courtesy of the author via NetGalley. The excerpts are from that copy. *