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One night...one kiss...one touch...will change everything.

Chance Abbot is cocky. Sexy. Gorgeous. A player in every sense of the word. He broke my heart once, and I swore he'd never get a second chance. But when he smiles at me, flashing those irresistible dimples or looks at me like I'm the best thing he's ever seen, I forget I shouldn't fall for his charms again.

Brie Holloway is beautiful. Innocent. Unforgettable. She's everything I've ever wanted and everything I don't deserve. But that won't keep me from trying to win her back. So when she starts dating her TA, I promise to keep her secret on one condition: for every time she goes out with him, she has to go out with me. I'm prepared to prove I'm right for her, one date at a time.

He's lighting a fire in my heart and breaking down my walls, and proving he's worthy of a second chance.

She's everything that's good in my world, and if she wants me to chase her I will because she's got me catching fireflies....

©2016 Terri E. Laine (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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A Second Chance for Chance.

Number 2 in a series (but can be read as a stand alone)
Terri E. Laine keeps you coming back for more.You met Chance and Brie in Chasing Butterfiles. Catching Fireflies will have you rooting for them to have their second chance. A fantastic story.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Take a Chance!!

Be prepared to fall in love with chance!!! Absolutely loved this story, especially since I relate so much to Brie.

Very well narrated and both characters did a great job of bringing these characters to life.

If you loved Kelley, you'll love his sweet and perfect friend Chance!!

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Swoon!!!!

I loved every aspect of this story!! There was such a connection with the H and h and also the side characters are great! This book had such an amazing flow and was hard to put down.

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Love this Book

Another fabulous read ;) Her writing is exciting, sad and halarious all at the same time :) Love your work ;)

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A sweet love story!

Catching Firefloes is a sweet second chance love story about Chance and Bree. They first meet freshman year in college and after things don't work out and a few years pass, they see each other again. Chance realizes his earlier mistakes with Bree and wants to move forward with a relationship with her. The rest of the story is about them rediscovering each other and figuring out what do with their lives and each other. The duel narration in this audio was great! Now I want more stories about the others in their group of friends!!!

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5 "fireflying" stars

Sucker for second chance romance. The book was absolutely phenomenal and very well written so it was great to hear the story come to life.

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Great story

I liked this story, but I'm not too fond of the dual narration.
I spend a lot of time getting used to narrators and their voice modulation, so the constant shifts made it hard to 'feel' the story.
The female narrator had a pleasant voice and she used it well. (No monotonous voices here!)
The male narrator had a 'growly' voice that made me annoyed for the first half of the book, but then I either got used to it, or he had a good coughing before continuing.

In the end, I'm left with happy feelings so I'd say it's a good one!

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