I definitely wasn’t disappointed with this seventh book in the Welcome to Redemption series penned by Ms. Rogers. In this story, we learned about Sheriff Chase Lowell and Hannah Porter and saw just how much they cared for each other over the years. Immediately I was drawn into the storyline and felt the characters were well developed making this another successful addition to this series. Of course, I couldn’t help falling in love with Chase and I felt that Hannah was the perfect person for him, especially considering they grew up around each other. I loved the connection these two had and I wanted to see them together no matter what happened or what anyone thought about them having a relationship. Ms. Rogers did a great job with this story and I’d definitely recommend it, along with the entire Welcome to Redemption series.
When Sheriff Chase Lowell is notified that Hutch’s Diner is being robbed at gunpoint and Hannah Porter is still in the building, all poor Chase can think about is if Hannah, his longtime crush, is okay. When he gets to the scene and sees she’s alive, but scared senseless, he can’t help but let his emotions rule him at that moment. Problem is Hannah has no idea just how Chase feels about her even though she’s loved him from afar pretty much all her life. Since the robbery, these two have to deal with not only their feelings for each other, but also Chase has to solve exactly who robbed the diner and why. Will the investigation bring Chase and Hannah closer than ever before? Or are they too worried about admitting their feelings in fear of being rejected by the other?
Sheriff Chase Lowell has never been more scared in his life than when he discovers the diner where Hannah Porter works has been robbed at gunpoint. He’s been in love with her for as long as he can remember, but has kept his feelings in check because she’s his best friend’s little sister.
Hannah has had a crush on Chase since she was in the third grade. He’s kind, compassionate, and as handsome as they come. They’ve known each other forever, which seems to be the problem—he thinks of her more as a kid sister rather than a romantic interest.
But something changes the night he races into the diner and crushes her in his arms. When he makes her safety his personal mission, Hannah decides to make it her mission to get him to see her in a different light.