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Find Me by Cait Jarrod Book Blast, Excerpt & Giveaway

Find Me by Cait Jarrod Book Blast, Excerpt & Giveaway

ABOUT THE BOOK   Title: FIND ME Series: Candy Hearts Romance Author: Cait Jarrod Pub Date: 2/3/16 Publisher: Wild Rose Press Pages: 71 pages Genre: Contemporary Romance   In Heather Ridge, Virginia, myth has it the lucky recipients of the two FIND ME candy hearts distributed each year are soul mates.    Too afraid of seeing her one-time trusted friend, good-hearted Lyse Haynes refuses to go to her high school class reunion. But when she receives a second invitation containing…

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Find Me (A Candy Hearts Romance) by Cait Jarrod

Find Me (A Candy Hearts Romance) by Cait Jarrod

Cait Jarrod does it again by creating characters that are so dimensional and complex even though it is just a novella. Coop and Lyse became best friends during childhood till their senior year of high school. You can instantly feel their connections during their youth and the feeling that they are truly meant to be. Coop is your typical nerd who loves science and knowledge. Lyse is a true romantic and believes in superstition and legends. After hearing a story…

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Destiny (Montana Dreams, #2) by Cait Jarrod

Destiny (Montana Dreams, #2) by Cait Jarrod

“We’re too screwed up to do this,” he said and slid his hand into hers. “But I’m falling for you.” What happens when two people who have experienced such loss that they no longer want to get close to anyone new? Well that is exactly how this story starts, if you read Destiny then you’ve already been introduced to Travis who had to grow up very quickly to take care of his younger brother Matt after his parent’s death. Travis…

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Divine (Montana Dreams, #1) by Cait Jarrod

Divine (Montana Dreams, #1) by Cait Jarrod

I was fortunate enough to receive an ARC of Divine by Cait Jarrod. This was the first book of hers I read. and needless to say I’ve added all of her titles to my TBR list. Normally with a shorter book you feel rushed and that the story doesn’t foster a natural character development but that is not the case with Matt and Trina. You are introduced to the characters as young teenagers when Matt is at “his spot” in…

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