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I'll Take A Chance (Running Into Love Book 2) by [Nicole, Annalisa]
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This is book two in - The Running Into Love Series - but can be read as a standalone.
Amelia Wellington is a quiet, young, successful business woman. Her past relationships have left her with scars so deep she has sworn off men all together. Until that one fateful day she quite literally runs into Doctor Kyle Peters, that is.

Doctor Kyle Peters is a busy young OB/GYN holding on to a tragic past that has torn his family apart, making it difficult for him to give his heart to any woman. But when a beautiful woman crashes into him on a routine day at work, he finds his world turning upside down.

Will Running Into Love be enough for them to find a happily ever after together? Does Kyle have what it takes to heal Amelia’s broken heart and change her outlook on life? Will Kyle’s past result in tragedy as history repeats itself?

When it comes to matters of the heart, sometimes you have to run not walk.

This is a mature audience book and is intended for adults only.


About the Author

I am an “Indie” contemporary romance author. I live in California with my husband and two teenage boys. I love being a stay at home mom. My husband and I enjoy wine tasting and camping with our kids with our four wheelers in the middle of nowhere, where you can find me with my pink Ryder BB gun! We have a handful of pets, a dog named Lucy (who is in my books) and a guinea pig named Flufy (my son spelled her name that way) and a cat who adopted us many years ago and has never left. She is a spoiled outdoor cat with her own two story house and a heated bed. I never liked reading as a kid. I only started reading romance novels in the past few years. My Kindle and I are inseparable now. A thought occurred to me in December of 2012 that maybe I could write a romance novel. So I went to work with the encouragement of my husband and my sister-in-law. It didn’t take long to figure out that I really enjoyed writing. Today I am a self published author and it has been an amazing journey

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 214 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1495913805
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  • Publisher: Annalisa Nicole (Feb. 24 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IMSRUPA
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By monica TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 1 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
I'll Take a Chance
Running Into Love
Annalisa Nicole
This book was gifted to me in exchange for an honest review.
Amelia Wellington is in a rush to get to the hospital to see Willow, her sister-in-law, friend and assistant as she goes into labour. But first she needs to get the biggest bouquet of flowers she can find, thus making her later than she already is. Klutzy girl that she is, she literally runs into Dr Kyle Peters, drops the vase of flowers, breaks the flowers, gets everything wet and then proceeds to cut her hand picking up a piece of glass. Of course hunky Dr. Peters comes to her rescue and accompanies her to the ER so she can get stitches.
I was expecting a nice easy romantic read with this story and it was anything but that. Our hero Amelia manages to almost knock over a huge pregnant lady, spill a bottle of expensive wine in the bathtub and almost burn her newly stitched hand in the water.
Amelia is very attracted to this new Dr Peters as he keeps coming to her rescue but she is leary about getting involved with him because of her past in scumbag Roger. Seems Roger has clouded Amelia's belief in herself as an attractive sexual women. He has called her names and belittled her. It is up to Kyle to prove to her that she is a remarkable woman both in and out of the bedroom.
Now Kyle has his own past issues that he is dealing with regarding the disappearance of his twin sister Chloe two years ago and the knowledge that he does not know where she went or if she even went willingly.
I really liked reading this story. It was the second story in the Running Into Love series. I enjoy reading books that continue over more than one story. We really get a feel for the characters as we become part of their lives on a more long term basis.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e86aca8) out of 5 stars 3.5 Sweet Love Story Stars March 3 2014
By Michelle Tikal - Nose Stuck In A Book - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
After reading Annalisa Nicole’s debut novel, Take A Chance, and finding that for a book that dealt with some pretty serious and life changing events it was pleasantly sweet and heartwarming, I was expecting another upbeat and amusing love story from its follow up, I’ll Take a Chance, and that’s just what I got.

This series isn’t called running into love for no reason. Amelia Wellington literally crashes into Dr. Kyle Peters while rushing to visit Willow, from book one, in the hospital. This accidental encounter is cute, sweet, and comical and sets off a whole chain of events leading to Kyle and Amelia taking a chance on each other.

Amelia has sworn off men since her last and only serious boyfriend left her with some deep emotional scars and some pretty serious insecurities. I’ll Take A Chance takes an unexaggerated and realistic look into Amelia’s bedroom activities and unlike most contemporary romances these days illustrates a steamy and immensely satisfying love life without four plus orgasms on demand with every encounter which seems to the norm in most stories these days. I think there will be a lot of women who will be able to relate to Amelia and I applaud Annalisa Nicole for addressing what may be a concern for many women and showing that there is still plenty of romance and fulfillment to be had. Kyle also has some lingering issues in his past that come back to haunt the couple in a mysterious turn of events that was a bit surprising and lent a dose of suspense to the story.

Unfortunately I found that I was unable to make any sort of significant attachment to either character. Amelia was sweet and relatable but while her constant clumsiness and bouts of verbal diarrhea should have been endearing I couldn’t help but find it slightly irritating. Kyle was charming and understanding but with him there just seemed to be something missing that made it him hard to really connect with and honestly I think that was probably a lack of any strong emotion emanating from this story. Even during the “intense” moments, I just wasn’t feeling the emotion in it.

Along those same lines their relationship was definitely a whirlwind and maybe because things happened so fast or maybe because I wasn’t connecting with the feelings in the events, I feel like there was no falling. It seemed like the butterflies and the passion was sort of skipped over and we were thrown right into the forever.

All in all, I’ll Take A Chance was a delightful, enjoyable love story that is a great continuation of Willow and Asher’s story and leads right into the third Wellington sibling’s story. Adrian’s story sounds intriguing with a mystery woman from his past and I can’t wait to find out more.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9eeba2ac) out of 5 stars Another GREAT Book !!!!! Feb. 25 2014
By Jennifer H. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
**ARC Provided by author in exchange for an honest review**

~~ 5 Stars ~~

I'll Take a Chance is book 2 in the Running into Love series by Annalisa Nicole. I thought this book was just as great as book 1 ( Take a Chance ) This book is another book that caters to the hopeless romantic. What I have truly enjoyed about both of these books is that we get a complete story. We see how the couple begins and what happens throughout the whole relationship and we get that HEA with some of what happens after it. I love how she sets up the next book at the end of each of the previous book. It gives us something to look forward to and then we also know who the next couple is going to be. I loved that the author added the element of suspense to this book. Book 1 was more of an emotional read and this one was more of a suspenseful read. She added a little twist to this story that I didn't see coming. I loved that she kept me guessing until the big reveal. Again I am sure people will think this book was a little over the top when it comes to the mushy love story and that it seemed rushed, but to me I loved it. I am all about the fairytale romance stories :)

This book was about Amelia ( Asher's sister ) and Dr. Kyle Peters ( Willows OB Dr. ) They meet at the end of Book 1 while Willow is at the hospital. They literally crash into each other. I thought Amelia and Kyle were perfect for each other. Each of them had something happened to them in the past which makes it hard for them to trust other people and open up to each other. I loved that they took there time to get to know each other. I will say I was a little disappointed with Amelia's big reveal….it wasn't what I expected and with the way she was reacting to it, I thought it was going to be something much different. I am not so sure that her reaction was all that believable to what her Ex Roger did. I get being upset about it and slightly embarrassed but to totally shut yourself down, I thought that was a little too much. With that said….it didn't take away from me enjoying this book. I thought what happened in Kyle's past was a much bigger deal. I can totally see how that would totally break a person and break a family apart. I am glad to see that everything worked out in the end for everybody. I did like Amelia's character when we meet her in book 1 and I continued to like her in book 2. I thought she was a very likable person and her bond with her family and friends was totally endearing. Kyle was also a very likable character. He was very swoon worthy and I loved that he loved Amelia unconditionally. Like he always said….scars and all :) That will make more sense once you read the book.

I really enjoyed that this book took place right where book 1 ended. We lose no time in between books. Which means that all the characters we meet in book 1 are in book 2 as well. I was so happy to see Asher and Willow have such a big part in this book. It was great getting to continue on with their story as well. We even got to meet a couple new characters, that I am excited to see where they go from here.

I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for that really sweet love story with a little bit of a suspense element added into it. This is also a very quick read, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. I can't wait to read more about this family in the future books to come.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9eb56e58) out of 5 stars 4 Sensual and Sweet Stars March 3 2014
By ~Nichole Hart ~ SPRR - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
ARC Kindly provided by author for honest review.
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4 Sensual & Sweet Stars

Gosh, when I need a book that will make my heart swell with good feelings I will pick up Annalisa Nicole. She is my go to author for feel good romance. Low on the angst but high on the emotions.

The closeness of family, the sweetness of romance and even some edge of your seat suspense. This story had it all. I love the different characters in the families depicted in this series. I just adored the love story and how it progressed. I get so tired of angsty reads sometimes. This book lifted my mood and left me smiling like silly sappy romantic.

I can't wait for more from this author.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e817ac8) out of 5 stars Loved this! Great sequel! March 1 2014
By Serendipity Reviews - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This is the second book in the Running into Love series by the amazing Annalisa Nicole. It follows the journey of Asher’s sister, Ameila Wellington, and her soon to be fateful experience with Dr. Kyle Peters. Kyle is, if you read the first novel (which you should), the doctor who delivered Asher and Willow’s baby. This story has a lot of twist and turns and its fun to finally see into Ameila’s POV. As with tradition, this alternates between Ameila & Kyle’s point of view. It’s a really fun read and fast paced sometimes, but it works. Ameila is traumatized from a previous relationship, which touches on a subject many women experience, and should know not to be ashamed of. Kyle has to deal with his families history. The question is, can the two of them overcome their struggles and past to take a chance on love? Fun fact: this story isn’t just romantic, it’s filled with suspense as well. I totally suggest you read it, and if you haven’t yet, read Take a Chance – the first book. Oh, and if you’re still not convinced and judge books by their covers instead, well then look at I’ll Take a Chance’s cover and tell me you don’t want to read it!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By ~*BJG Reviews*~ - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
In the first book in the series we saw Asher and Willow's journey and although we see the continuation of their story it's through the eyes of the next couple who find each other.

Amelia is running late for the birth of her niece and when she finally gets there giant bouquet and all it crashes to the floor when she runs into the OB/GYN she cuts her wrist but when looking up at the doctor she could easily forget about it when looking into his eyes.

Kyle didn't need to escort her to the ER but her couldn't deny the instant attraction to the beautiful albeit klutzy Amelia. Neither can deny their feeling for the other and things quickly progress. Both whoever have scars from their pasts and in both cases it could cause problems for the couple unless they work to overcome everything together.

Kyle is such a good guy and you can see it in his nurturing nature. The way he always looks after Amelia you can see that even though they have a whirlwind romance you can feel his love for her every step of the way. Amelia what can I say her inner monologue right from the start keeps you laughing and even when things are tense and tough her klutzy nature keeps you laughing. I loved seeing her love for her family shine through and the way she preservers through the tough things that happen you can't help but root for her happily ever after.