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The Chase by Kennedy Elle Review/Summary

Writer: Kennedy Elle
Publication Bloom Books
ISBN-10 1728275350
Language: English
Genre: Romance
Best Sellers Rank: #27,266 in Books
Customer review 4.3/5
Publish Date: August 4, 2018

The statement "opposites attract" implies that people with different personalities, interests, or backgrounds are often attracted to each other. In this case, the narrator finds herself drawn to Colin Fitzgerald, who is very different from her in many ways. Colin has tattoos, is into video gaming and hockey, and considers the narrator to be flighty and superficial.

Despite their differences, the narrator feels a strong attraction to Colin, even though he has already made it clear that he's not interested in her. Adding to the complexity of the situation, Colin's best friend has a crush on the narrator, and they are now roommates.

The narrator recognizes that pursuing Colin would not be productive, and she has other priorities to focus on, such as adjusting to a new school and dealing with a problematic professor. However, she remains open to the possibility that Colin might change his mind in the future, and if he does, she'll be available.

In essence, the phrase "opposites attract" is used to explain why the narrator is attracted to someone who is so different from her, even though it seems illogical or unlikely.