Loved, loved, loved this one!!!! I first discovered Katee Robert earlier this year when I had the chance to read Wrong Bed, Right Guy. Right away, I knew I had found a fun little contemporary romance series to read. When an early review copy of Chasing Mrs. Right became available, I was very excited to read it. Chasing Mrs. Right takes place in the same world as Wrong Bed, Right Guy. This time the focus is on Elle’s brother Ian and Elle’s best friend Roxanne. Ian is just back home from a military tour of duty. He’s a little skittish around crowds and noises spook him. When he is the guest of honor at his welcome home party, he feels the need to escape and literally crashes into Roxanne, injuring her. Ian comes to the rescue and plays the part of the medic tending to Roxanne’s wounds. These two go from zero to sixty in no time flat. The sexual tension is delicious and even their banter carries a sexual charge. Thank goodness for convenient hotel rooms…I adored Ian and Roxanne. Ian was struggling with PTSD and had difficulty adjusting to life stateside. In addition, family pressures from a particularly overbearing and somewhat nasty mother to take over the family business made him feel uncomfortable. Add in a woman like Roxanne and whoa, Ian had his hands full. Roxanne was also a relationship mess. She tends to overthink everything, especially since her last boyfriend cheated after telling her that he loved her. As a result, Roxanne was commitment shy. Ian perseveres. Did I mention how much I loved Ian? He was charming, witty, sexy, and very attentive to his girl. Best alpha caveman ever! I’d like an Ian, too. Chasing Mrs. Right is an entertaining book to read. I sat on the sidelines cheering these two on. I wanted them to be happy. If there was ever a couple that deserved a happily ever after, it’s Ian and Roxanne. By the way, this book had one of the funniest lines I’ve read in a while: “Stay and I’ll make you breakfast in the morning.”“You cook?” She yawned. “I like my eggs with a side of orgasms.”This is a series that does not need to be read in order – each book can stand alone. I think that once you start reading this series, you’ll probably want more. I’m looking forward to reading Two Wrongs, One Right coming out this summer. Thank you to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing for a review copy of this book. Review posted on Badass Book Reviews.