Saturday, January 22, 2022

Release Blitz for Emma Chase's Getting Real

Getting Real by Emma Chase is now live! 

A sexy, hilarious, emotional, new romance from New York Times bestselling author Emma Chase.

Connor Daniels never thought he’d be starting over at dating square one. His career as a successful doctor, and his three boys, are everything to him. It’s not exactly a setup conducive to a scorching love life—but he’s giving it a shot.

ER nurse Violet Robinson never intended for Connor to find out she’s had a crush on him forever. It was a dirty little secret only meant for her dirty dreams. Her heart trips every time he’s around—and so do her feet.

When Connor sees Violet coasting across the grocery store parking lot—and she falls on her face—he starts falling for the gorgeous, young nurse right back.

Dating can be tricky. And life can be beautiful and crazy and unpredictable. But when it gets real, you discover what matters most . . . and the one person you want loving you through it all.

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Emma Chase is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance novels filled with humor, heart and heart. Her stories are known for their clever banter and sexy, swoon-worthy moments. Emma's novels have been translated in over twenty languages around the world.

Emma lives in New Jersey with her amazing husband, two awesome children, and two adorable but badly behaved dogs. She has a long-standing love/hate relationship with caffeine


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Review by Lisa Kane 
3.5 Stars

This is the third book of Emma Chase's Getting Some series. I read the first one, Getting Schooled but not the second-Getting Played. Characters from the previous books are in this one too.

Connor Daniels is an immensely talented ER doctor who is pretty much raising three sons on his own. His ex-wife seems to have had a personality transplant and has little time or interest in her own kids. So Connor is juggling a crazy busy work schedule with three very different sons with very different interests. His youngest is hurt by his mom's indifference and the oldest acts as if it doesn't affect him at all. Connor liked being married, he liked belonging with someone. He thought his marriage would be life long, until his ex let him know that wasn't her plan. He misses being in a relationship-hook ups hold no interest for him. 

Violet Robinson is a nurse working at the same hospital as Connor. She's fairly new to the town of Lakeside, but she's good at her job and is a hard worker. Getting the respect of her colleagues took some time, but she's earned it. Now getting Connor Daniels to notice her-that seems just about impossible. Of course he's witnessed her clumsiness when she's around him, she's a bit quirky but her nerves just seem to take over when she sees him. 

Little does she know, but she is very much on Connor's radar. But let's face it, she's thirty to his forty-two and he has three kids. That's just too many differences. But he still appreciates a glimpse of her when he gets one.

I get a dirty thrill every time I hear about one of Violet's dates going down the drain. I realize this is wrong on every level. I've heard Vi talking relationships, maybe marriage, at some point in the future. If I'm not planning to make a move, I should be wishing her a long, happy relationship with some other worthy guy.
But...I'm just not that good of a person. 

In the meantime, there's nothing happening between them. Up until some well meaning friends tip the hand of fate. Theirs is a slow burn, friends but with tons of chemistry going on in their scrubs. 

Getting Real has some serious moments, the ones that hurt your heart and make you thankful that this is a book and not something playing out on a news cast. But there's a ton of humor (Vi is quite the poet, don't you know it???) 

Both characters' POV's are in the story, adding layers to some more insight into their motivations. There is not one, but two (!) epilogues. Books without epilogues are like a dinner out without having dessert. So wrong on every level. 

"You are my real life. I love you, Violet. I'm so in love with you, I can't even see straight."

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