Captivated on 5th Avenue by Abbie St. Claire Blog Tour

Genre: Contemporary Romance
Author Abbie St. Claire brings you the 3rd installment in the 5th Avenue Romance Series. There is no cliffhanger in this installment, you will be captivated by the happily-ever-after.
What harm is there in having a little romance with the man next door?
Chelsie, a single mother, knows what it’s like to feel loss and regret. Her drive to wake up each day is her precious son Ty, but even her strength has its limits. The world was a cold and lonely place until she saw handsome sports physician, Ian move in next door.
Abusive, troubled, addict was the label everyone in his life gave him, and Ian lived up to that reputation until the day he discovered he was a father. When a horrible accident cripples him mentally and physically, his hard won sobriety is left hanging by a thread.
The attraction between Ian and Chelsie is electric, and they can’t help indulging in one night of passion. When Ian is forced to move to California, Chelsie keeps a secret that could harm them both. Can Ian overcome his addiction and prove he’s the man Chelsie has been dreaming of?
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Conflicted on 5th Avenue (Book 1)
Complicated on 5th Avenue (Book 2)
Captivated on 5th Avenue (Book 3)
Author Bio
Abbie St. Claire is an International Bestselling Author in the romance genre.
With a tagline of “Romance with suspense, sizzle and sass,” one can imagine many things happen under her covers.
Claire hails from central Texas and has an addiction to cookie dough. She writes from her kitchen, the heart of her home and family. 
For 2016/2017, she states having lofty goals which include Saddles and Sins (A steamy cowboy tale), Worn Jeans, Blue Collar Dollars, IAN for 5th Avenue Romance, participation in First Glance and The Diamond Club anthologies, and two Kindle World projects.
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Captivated On 5th AvenueCaptivated On 5th Avenue by Abbie St. Claire
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A nice ending to a romantic series, problems were solved, (most) questions answered and hearts were mended. Everything was wrapped up nicely and the characters we grew to know came out stronger and together. Overall I was happy with this ending, Ian still was his moody self, seriously he is like a PMSing woman and his moods were all over the place. Chelsie proved she could survive with or without him and her conference grew. The storyline is fast paced and written in an easy to read style. Look forward to more from the supporting characters.

Review by Raychel

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