Tutus & Cowboy Boots (Part 2)
By Casey Peeler
- Release Date: 2016-04-08
- Genre: Fiction
Tutus & Cowboy Boots (Part 2) Casey Peeler Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
After an eventful Christmas break, Cadence Lewis is shaken to the core. The life she lived in New York no longer makes sense. Faced with so many questions she runs to the only person who has ever listened to her. Now she has to decide how to say goodbye to the past, discover herself, and embrace a future in a life she never wanted. Will Cadence be able to overcome the path she’s been given or will she take the easy way out?
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Pure sweet country love!! When you are reading it feels like it's a true story and it's really happening!! amazing characters... And I have feel in love with them!!! And I would take me a Bare anytime :))) dang hot country boy!
Let love in!
Prepare for a great conclusion to the Tutus & Cowboy Boots Series. Find out what happens when you past & present collide!
Absolutely Great Read!!!
***I reviewed this book as an ARC in exchange for an honest review***
"Change is hard, but remember that change is what makes life an incredible journey." Barrick Carpenter
Part 1 needs to be read first in order to understand everything!
So Cadence Lewis has returned to Delight, North Carolina after spending the holiday in New York. She has realized that the people she thought once cared for her and had her back never really did. Upon finding out that her best friend isn't really her bestie and her dad is having a baby with another woman she can't get back to Delight fast enough. Knowing that she has people there that love and care for her makes her next few decisions harder. Cade was only suppose to stay long enough to graduate high school and escape back to the city but once she realized that's not where she belongs she starts questioning it...it also doesn't help that she's fallen in love and doesn't want to leave her family and new friends. It's always been about dance.
Barrick Carpenter didn't plan on falling in love with the sassy city girl who came to town thinking she was better than everyone else. But doing chores together and spending time together brought the 2 unlikely people together. He soon turns into cades confident while feelings develop. The 2 become inseparable and both know their futures involve each other. Barrick makes cadence see there's truly more to the country life and in life in general than holding grudges and designer handbags.
This is truly an amazing book. Much like Caseys other reads you can't help but get sucked in! You fall in love with the sassy talking Cadence, sweet charming country boy Barrick, and you can't forget spitfire gran who is in a league of her own. Peeler brings to life the country scene and makes you want to ride off into the sunset with a mason jar filed with sweet tea and a cowboy. Like Tutus and Cowboy boots part 1&2, Southern Perfection, & Charley series they deserve more than 5 stars and deserve to be read because if you haven't picked up any of her reads you are truly missing out!
Great book, I was stoked to get my hands on a pre release copy of part 2 and the book did not disappoint. I love to watch the characters develop and walk with them in their future plans. Buy and you will not be disappointed.
Casey has a way with words that brings you into the life of her characters. When reading you feel like these are your friends and become attached. She knows just when to leave you hanging and waiting for the next book. You can tell by her stories she loves the country life style.
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