Chasing Sunset by Missouri Vaun

Missouri Vaun’s latest lesbian romance novel “Chasing Sunset” is a fun and enjoyable ride off into the sunset. Colorful characters, laughs and a sweet romance blend together to make a tasty read. Two main characters: Taylor Finn, a limo driver who has dreams of becoming a stunt car driver and aspiring actress Iris Fleming who is in Georgia to read for a part. After the audition with a hands-on creep in what could have been a sexual assault, she decides to stay in a cabin that the studio did not pay for, just in case he comes looking for her. In the cabin next door is Taylor, who comes to her rescue when a black bear comes calling. Long road trip to California, the two fall in love along the way. The only critique I have is immediately after the would-be attack, why the hell didn’t she warn the next actress who was walking into the room with the creep?

Thanks to Bold Strokes Books for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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