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Reviewed by Lisa McCombs for Readers' Favorite
To the innocent eye, Chase and Livy appear to be one of many loving couples that occupy the world. Chase following behind his girl, sporting her purse while she tries on clothes, baby sitting her coffee while her hands reach for the next possible purchase. But the innocent eye would be fooled if only the truth were known. Best friends Chase Thompson and Olivia Hensley are the perfect friends, if only friendship could take a second seat to romance. When Livy admits that her dating skills are less than adequate, Chase proposes a plan to practice dating in order for Livy to land the man of her dreams. Little does she know that he is right in front of her.
In this age-old theme of boy-loves-girl-who-loves-someone-else-only-to-realize-that-girl-actually-loves-that-boy, Crystal Walton devises a story of genuine devotion many readers will want to revisit with personal memories firmly in place. While Chase and Livy struggle with selfless reasons to turn the other away, their true love grows to unbreakable strengths. Chasing Someday: Home In You Series Book Four by Crystal Walton is a delightfully written, clean romance that can be enjoyed by readers of all ages. This feel-good story will linger in the back of the reader’s mind for days. A great example of true romance and overcoming past mistakes, the life lessons are relevant and refreshing. I found myself nodding in agreement, silently begging for personal redemption, and cheering on the possibilities of true love. Thank you, Crystal Walton, for allowing clean romance a definitive space on the bookshelf.