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Chasing Vivi by A.M. Hargrove

Chasing Vivi Book Cover Chasing Vivi
A.M. Hargrove
Fiction, Contemporary Romance
July 13th 2017

Vivi Renard—a blast from the past—wasn’t supposed to affect me like this.

When I knew her ten years ago she was nothing more to me than a highly functioning brain.
Hell, I paid her to do my homework.

Only now … she’s drop dead gorgeous but had the nerve to turn me down for a date … several times.
No one turns me—Prescott Beckham—down for anything.
I’m on a mission and won’t stop until I’m firmly planted between her thighs, hearing her moan my name.

Her plump red lips have me dreaming filthy things and acting like a kid with his first crush.
If I can’t have her, I don’t want anyone else to either.
What’s worse is I want to own every single bit of her.

Except there’s a slight problem.
Vivi can’t stand me.
Even the old let’s be friends again thing failed.
She tossed it back saying we were never friends to begin with.

But I’m the king at playing ruthless games.
So she’d better be ready to drop her thong, because Vivi is going to end up in my bed sooner … or later.
And I’m pretty damn sure it’s going to be sooner.

Jenny’s Review

Being a billionaire, and growing up that way too, Prescott gets what he wants, when he wants it, and how he wants it. He is obviously a sought after bachelor every woman wants. He’s sexy as heck, has all the money in the world, woman falling at this feet, but not the one he wants. He has family issues that bring him down. He runs a multi billion dollar franchise with his Grandfather yet, he still can’t find anything to be happy about. Until…..

He runs into an old prep school classmate from 10 years prior. Barely recognizes her, barely remembers too much about her except that he paid her to do all his homework, but when he stares into Vivienne Renard’s eyes, something changes in him. He sees absolute beauty, innocent beauty, and knows he has to have it. What he doesn’t know is it’s going to be a VERY long chase.

I liked this story, just got to be a little far fetched all the chasing he had to do. I get Vivi’s reluctance yet there was a lot I would have just walked away from on each other’s parts. Prescott could be a total asshat and Vivi could be the total get your head in the ballpark kind. Anyways, I did enjoy it, I loved the ending, I am looking forward to reading Harrison’s story.