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Review by Crystal's Many Reviewers
I’m not sure what I enjoyed more about Give Chase – watching Declan “run” from Isaac or watching Isaac “chase” after him. I do know that I enjoyed the way that their relationship developed, even if it did take someone abandoning their infant to give Isaac the opening he need to wedge himself into Declan’s life. Although I didn’t get to see as much of the actual relationship development as I would have liked, Ms. Okati does a wonderful job with the Epilogue and gave me the closure I needed for Isaac and Declan’s story to be complete. Once again the wait begins for the next book in the St. Hawk’s Medical series and I can only hope that we get an update on Declan and Isaac at that time.
Review by Rainbow Book Reviews
A delightful addition to the series, Willa. Declan and Isaac are both strong, stubborn men, intent on getting what they need, at any cost. Watching them fall in love was a joy! I really liked the fact that the baby was an integral part of the story, but didn't overwhelm it and completely take over, making it schmaltzy. I'm so looking forward to the next installment.
Review by Redz World Reviews
I love how much love is in this story. I also like how this story is weaved kept me turning the pages and emotionally invested. I am looking for more from this author and this series. I liked the sweetness and love, and falling in love this is the perfect book for that.
Review by Wicked Reads
I loved the consistent nature of Isaac and the need that both he and Declan had to work out this thing between them. The reason they bonded was sweet, and also enabled the story to become much fuller than the reader of a short story could expect. I certainly felt like I had read a full length novel, given how much content there was. Hot, cute and doctors – lucky guys!
Review by The Book Vixen
I really enjoyed this novella. The competitors/friends to lovers trope is one of my favorite and the dynamic of the leads’ relationship totally worked for me. Isaac and Declan have a tension at novella’s beginning that was prickly but intimate. I was worried this delicious dynamic would end when they became lovers but instead it got more intense. I loved this unique dynamic in a romance. I highly recommend readers give it a try because this turns into a wonderfully intense romance with unique dynamics.
Review by The Jeep Diva
This was a relatively fast read. A decent bed time story for lovers of the m/m romance genre with the medical trope added in. The foundling aspect of the story was a nice twist too.
Review by MM Good Book Reviews
Really enjoyed this wonderfully written story and reading how these men slowly came together when one needed the other. There is a lot of drama throughout as well as some hot sex between Declan and Isaac. Great read.
Review by Inked Rainbow Reads
Willa Okati writes elegantly. She develops her characters slowly, revealing them bit by bit. I like the way the hospital provides a backdrop but the relationship develops outside of it.This is a beautifully written short novel about two very hot men with great chemistry. I should just be happy.