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Texas! Chase

Texas Chase In the second book in New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown s beloved Texas trilogy readers meet another son of the troubled Tyler clan Chase Tyler a man hardened by life and desperately

  • Title: Texas! Chase
  • Author: Sandra Brown Coleen Marlo
  • ISBN: 9780307713285
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Audio
  • In the second book in 1 New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown s beloved Texas trilogy, readers meet another son of the troubled Tyler clan Chase Tyler, a man hardened by life and desperately trying to outrun the sorrows of his past Chase Tyler has been the object of Marcie Johns s desire since grade school But when it came time to settle down, the handsome,In the second book in 1 New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown s beloved Texas trilogy, readers meet another son of the troubled Tyler clan Chase Tyler, a man hardened by life and desperately trying to outrun the sorrows of his past Chase Tyler has been the object of Marcie Johns s desire since grade school But when it came time to settle down, the handsome, laconic cowboy chose another woman to be his bride Life was good for Chase until things took an abrupt and tragic turn Ravaged by grief, Chase has become a lost and embittered soul, a man without purpose, compassion, or hope.Then fate intercedes, reuniting Chase and Marcie, who was an unwitting player in Chase s unfathomable family tragedy Guilt weighs heavily on Marcie, but she s also convinced that only the strength of her love can pull Chase back from the abyss She s willing to risk everything on a daring plan to rescue his business, save his life, and bring them together at last.From the Paperback edition.

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    1. Mo on said:

      I really enjoyed this one. Much more than the first on in the series. It's not really on a par with her later books, her Suspense books but still a good read. Chase, yes, a tortured hero - who doesn't love one of those.GooseyChase did something then that he hadn't done in bed with a woman for two years. He smiled“He lifted his gaze to the framed photograph of Tanya and him taken on their wedding day. God, she had been lovely. Her smile had come through her eyes straight from her heart. He had [...]

    2. Didi on said:

      Ok, I am LOVING Sandra Brown old school!!!! This was another huge winner for me, huge. It happens to feature one of my most favorite tropes, unrequited love. Am I sick for loving that? Maybe ;) but it's so good, so angsty and so heart wrenching reading about someone desperately in love with another who doesn't quite SEE them. I feel the torture of seeing that someone they love being with another, I feel the empathy that accompanies the hurt and pain that comes from rejection. It all may sound we [...]

    3. Geri Reads on said:

      One of Sandra Brown's best book way back when she still writes pure romance. This book has all elements of being a true romance book; unrequited love, family drama, and the hero falling for the heroine in spite of himself. I loved it!!I've read this book way back in college and I remembered being so moved by it. I picked it up again yesterday and re-read it and it brought back the same emotions.Chase Tyler never got over the loss of his wife. After years after her demise, he felt as lost as ever [...]

    4. Tina on said:

      This book is plain creepy. The heroine is a psycho. Seriously. lol. She's been in love with the hero since they were in kindergarten and pretty much stalked him her whole life. Meanwhile, the hero barely knew she was alive. His wife ends up dieing and she goes behind his back to buy his wife's dream house, lives there, and plans to somehow get the hero to marry her to finally notice her. Really, this book should be categorized as a thriller lol.She spends her time, either groveling, pining, gett [...]

    5. ♥Sharon♥ on said:

      The love continues! I really enjoyed this one. I mean I have enjoyed just about every one of the Sandra Brown books I have read but this one was a little different. Do I a dare say it had more romance and less suspense? The book starts out with a Prologue that broke my heart. Chase Tyler has lost just about everything that he treasured in his life. He experienced a sense of pain that would change his life. For two years Chase detaches from his family and all that is Tyler Drilling. He is living [...]

    6. Fani *loves angst* on said:

      A book that should be placed in the same shelf as Stephen King's Misery. As another reviewer said, this book was creepy. The heroine has been in love with the hero since kindengarden (that's around 6 years old?). 30 years later she is still in love with him, even though he never showed any interest other than friendship for her; what's more he fell in love and married someone else. Still Marcie didn't get over him. However two years after his pregnant wife was killed in an accident, she proposes [...]

    7. MBR on said:

      I just read this for the3rdtime and LOVED it!This book is Sandra Brown at her best.The Texas! series features the Tyler family. The first book focuses on Lucky, the second book being this one and third book is the story of their younger sister Sage Tyler. All three books provide unforgettable romance with searing passion. I read this book quite sometime back and remembered it to be my favorite. I always tend to love a romance which has a previous history linking the hero and heroine in some mann [...]

    8. Nefise on said:

      3.5 starsIt was better than I expected. Most importantly, it capturead my attention and it kept me in the story till the end.I liked heroine and loved to read her unyeilding love evidence and her effort trying to make hero (Chase) happy. Hero was little bit cruel, though I should give credit for his honesty and his struggle being gentle about it. Yet, it was not enoguh. I would love to see his grovel and his love for heroine more. However, I like authoer writing style, from characterization to s [...]

    9. Lauren on said:

      This book was like a retelling of Fatal Attraction where Glenn Close succeeds in killing Michael Douglas' wife and then they go on to live happily ever after in their psychologically messed up world.And to quote one of the more apt lines from Sex and the City: " The dead wife factor: It doesn't matter how much of a bitch she was alive, now that she is dead, YOU'RE the bitch that can't live up to her." Amen

    10. Amanda on said:

      I was excited to win Texas Chase from Good Reads because I have recently been on a bit of a romance novel kick and I typically enjoy Sandra Brown books. I can usually count on them to be well written, with mainly plausible plots, and I usually find them to be quick and enjoyable reads. Sadly, I did not feel that way about Texas Chase. My main reason for disliking the book was the heroine, Marcie. Honestly, I felt like Marcie's actions due to her "crush" on Chase were desperate, creepy, and made [...]

    11. Keri on said:

      2 STARS - IT WAS OKAYAUDIOBOOKWhy oh why do I continue to try Sandra Brown romances that were written in the 80's & 90's. They are so sexist! I'm not a bra burning feminist by any means but seriously, the women in Ms. Brown's 80's/90's romances are total doormats. I couldn't believe some of what Chase says to Marcie in this book - really cruel stuff - and she just takes it. He never really apologizes for it and she just keeps giving and giving to him. It's very frustrating. Most of the story [...]

    12. Lyuda on said:

      I was looking forward to read this story as it had elements I love in romance: MOC, brooding, dark hero. But the story was a disappointment with both main characters being very unsympathetic for different reasons. The hero was so absorbed by the death of his wife that he came across as narcissistic, brutal bully. The heroine who loved the hero from kindergarten turned this love into unhealthy self-demining obsession.

    13. Nina Draganova on said:

      От позицията на времето и на прочетените книги, този тип литература ми е малко наивна и блудкава.

    14. Bronwyn Rykiert on said:

      Chase Tyler has been grieving for his dead wife and unborn child for 2 years, burying is grief in alcohol. He abandoned the family business and left his younger brother to run it and hit the rodeo circuit and the bars with equal disregard for this life.Marcie Johns has been in love with Chase since childhood and had been driving the car when it crashed killing his wife and unborn child. She was at the rodeo by chance but took him under her wing when he was tossed off the bull he was riding and s [...]

    15. Truusje on said:

      I read Sandra Brown’s Texas! trilogy a few years ago for the first time and I wasn’t crazy about it. Yet I remember the basic plots of all three books, which is very unusual for me, so it must have made an impression on me anyway.This month’s read, Texas! Chase, is the second book in the series and to me it seems very very dated, especially in the attitudes of the characters. I always find it interesting to see how far we’ve come and this book definitely shows me. But I’m reading this [...]

    16. Joyce on said:

      I am going to give this one a high four stars.Marcie has been in love with Chase since childhood, but unfortunately for her, Chase is happily married to his wife, Tanya. Chase and Tanya are seeking the perfect house before their baby is born. Marcie, being a real estate agent, shows Tanya a house that Tanya falls in love with. Chase is too busy to go to the house viewing so Marcie drives Tanya over to the house, but on the way there, a car accident occurs, instantly killing off the pregnant Tany [...]

    17. Robin on said:

      With a wife he adores and a baby on the way, life is great for Chase Tyler. Then tragedy strikes when Tanya and their unborn child are killed. A grief stricken Chase pushes his family away and abandons the family business to start riding on the rodeo circuit and drinking himself into oblivion. Real Estate Broker Marcie Johns was driving Tanya to look at a house the day of the accident. Even though she didn't cause the accident, she feels responsible. Marcie has known Chase since childhood and wa [...]

    18. Zeek on said:

      Re-readPicking up soon after the first in this trilogy left off, the events of the ending of Texas! Lucky have left Chase Tyler devastated. Having lost his beloved wife and unborn child to a tragic car accident, his gut wrenching slide into alcohol and dangerous living on the Rodeo circuit is hard to watch. Self-made Marcie Jones can hardly stand seeing the unrequited love of her life waste away after the loss of his wife either. With a bold proposal to save his family business, Marcie puts hers [...]

    19. Chitra *CJ* on said:

      "Texas! Chase" is the story of Marcie and Chase.We know from the end of previous book that Chase loses his wife Tanya and his unborn child in a freak accident- where Marcie is injured too.Two years have passed, and Chase has left all responsibilities to be a drunk manwhore in his wife's memory.When getting trampled on in a rodeo makes him cross paths with Marcie, she finally decides to chase the love of her life.Basically we have a hero who's in love with his dead ex, hence sleeps with all thing [...]

    20. Marielle on said:

      Review after reread:I've downgraded to 3 stars. I really liked the first half of the story with the damaged hero Chase. He really did hurt and slashed out where he could. I also liked Marcie in the beginning, she was though and didn't put up with Chase's bullshit. And yes, I also told myself to forgive the story for the traditional role patterns between man/woman throughout, this book was written many years ago. But after the marriage of convenience, Marcie's character deteriorated, and the stal [...]

    21. Dee on said:

      Like Lucky's story, this was good but nothing to sing and dance about! My heart went out to Chase but I thought that Marcie's character was a bit creepy.

    22. HÜLYA on said:

      Aşk Hep Vardı-Sandra BrownTexas! Serisinin 4taptan oluşuyor.1. Texas! Lucky (1990) (Yarınlar İçin) 5/3,852. Texas! Chase (1991)(Hep Aşk Vardı) 5/3,923. Texas! Sage (1991) 5/3,894. The Texas! Trilogy (omnibus) (1992) 5/4,15 İlk üç kitapta Tyler Kardeşlerin hikayeleri olduğu bu seri ta iyi puan almış olduğunu görüyorum Yarınlar içinde Tyler Kardeşlerden Lucky'nin hikayesi vardıAğabeyi Chase'in hikayesini okuduğum ikinci hikayenin kurgusu daha güzeldi.Duygu yoğunluğunu g [...]

    23. Carmen on said:

      OMG!!! How creepy Marcie was and lonely.In my opinion, I much rather spend my life alone with my cats and the ocasional flingthan spend it with someone who didn't love me, who was still in love with his dead wife.What kind of life is to be someone's second chance when they didn't even want you?!Yuuuuuck!!Pure torture!!I wouldn't put myself through that situation, ever!!And 35 isn't old!! just for your information!But, all in all, it was Marcie's choice, she wanted to be the consolation prize.Cha [...]

    24. Tess on said:

      I received this book for free through First Reads!Just as devouring and delicious as the first book in the series, Texas! Lucky! I found this one to be a little less predictable than the first one in the series, which in turn really grasped my interest. The course of the relationship between Chase and Marcie was unexpected, and I found myself very curious as to how it would eventually blossom into a loving marriage. The mystery part of the novel was also quite unpredictable for meI swear it was [...]

    25. Robin on said:

      I really enjoyed this story, yes there was a couple things that made me feel a bit weirded out. #1 Marci buying the house chase and his wife were. Of course she stated she always wanted the house herself. But still. #2 The part where she offer's him money to help out his family business. And chase said they don't allow outsiders to invest. And Marci said she just wanted to lend them money. So the only solution was that Chase and Marci Merry. I think that could have been done differently. However [...]

    26. Jonel Boyko on said:

      What an emotional story. Brown had my heart in my throat throughout. Her character and scene development places you not only in this story, but in the centre of this family. Each event draws you further and further in. I appreciated how the prologue set the scene, giving you a glimpse into what had happened without dwelling on it. Brown’s eloquent descriptions meld with her fantastic storytelling to create a romance that will really make you believe.This is definitely a character driven tale. [...]

    27. Smitten on said:

      I love Sandra Brown's romances. I stopped reading her when she started writing suspense/thrillers. Texas! Chase is my favorite book in this trilogy. I loved loved LOVED it. Chase and Marcie's ("Goosie") romance is the kind that tugged at my heartstrings. When he lost his wife and unborn child in the first book, Lucky, my heart broke for him. Now in Chase's book readers get to see just how badly he deals with it. And I love a story about unrequited love. What I loved about Marcie, is that she's n [...]

    28. Maida on said:

      Four plus stars. I think I like it better on this reread than the first reading in the 90s. I can now appreciate better Marcie's strength, maturity, and financial success. Also, having experienced a car accident myself while driving in pouring rain, I felt so much for her when she slapped Chase in the face for being such an ass. I also appreciate Sandra Brown's writing of Chase. She made him poor, proud, vulnerable but not a wimp. He's an ass, but you still root for him and Marcie because you un [...]

    29. Jo-Anne on said:

      This book shows how Chase handles the death of his wife and unborn child which we learn about in Texas! Lucky. Chase is a mess and doesn't handle life well at all. He starts drinking way too much, whoring and goes back on the rodeo circuit even though he is too old for it now. He has a very serious accident at a rodeo but when nobody in his family is there to attend to him, an old friend, Marcie, goes to him and stays with him at the hospital. I loved the twist with Chase's business, Marcie and [...]

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