Chasing After Knight

Written by:
Heather Buchta
Narrated by:
Kate Rudd

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
May 2022
9 hours 43 minutes
From Beyond the Break author Heather Buchta comes a funny, romantic novel about a girl trying to make amends with a former best friend. The thing is: healing someone else's broken heart has its complications, especially when he's now an A-list movie star.

High school senior Alexa Brooks had it all figured out. Study hard, nail the extracurriculars, stay focused, and life would follow the carefully crafted plan. The problem is this plan was designed for one thing: making her forget all about her once-best-friend, former-potential-boyfriend, Carson Knight. Four years ago, he was the boy who always made her laugh, the boy she loved, and the boy she mistakenly and very publicly betrayed. Oh, and he was also the boy who grew up to become a heartthrob A-list actor, named Cayden McKnight.

An innocent-enough school assignment suddenly brings Cayden to the forefront of Alexa's mind, and her celebrity-crazed best friend Lindsey discovers the old connection. Convinced that his Hollywood bad boy image is the direct result of Alexa and Carson's fallout, Lindsey convinces Alexa to find Carson and reconcile, but reaching an A-list movie star is not as easy as it used to be when he was the kid Alexa called every night before bed. Unable to apologize in person but determined to somehow right her wrongs, Alexa goes on a quest to remake Cayden's image, doing good deeds in his name. But nothing is as it seems in Hollywood, and even when she's able to finally face Cayden McKnight in person, Alexa can't break through to the Carson she once knew. Is it really too late to make amends?
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Such a fun ride! The narrator makes you feel like you’re watching a movie. She delivers lines so well, from thoughtful to humorous. I found myself laughing out loud at parts, especially some of Lindsey’s lines. Kate Rudd is such a great narrator! The main character Alexa is not perfect, but you understand her flaws — her struggle with guilt and remorse and desperation to make things right again. We’ve all been there. Her best friends are gems, and you love and feel their camaraderie. The flashbacks are well placed, so the pacing is smooth and not jarring. The characters are all well developed, and I appreciated that Alexa was human… but was held accountable. I loved getting into my car every day to listen to this book on my work commute. I was actually sad when it ended! I want more!

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