Series: Callaway Cove #1
Published by Createspace on March 20th 2014
Genres: New Adult, Contemporary, Romance
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Andi Callaway has dreamed of becoming a published author her entire life. Ford Delaney has always wanted nothing more than to escape his past.
An opportunity of a lifetime. This is what Andi finds when she returns home to Callaway Cove on summer break. A chance to work for her literary idol Ford Delaney is up for grabs, and she's willing to risk everything-her boyfriend, her best friends, and her education-to get it.
She's positive this will be the key to reaching her dreams. But the moment she begins working for the reclusive author, Andi realizes there's more to him than just a name. As attraction builds between Andi and Ford, she begins to discover consequences must come hand-in-hand with something great-which could loosen control over her tightly wound life. And once romantic sparks fly, Andi's other relationships start to crumble, Ford's fame comes back to haunt him, and the heat they generate will either forge a powerful, enduring love or threaten everything she holds dear.
I thought that this book was refreshing. It was another good one that got me back in the spirit of not only reading but writing as well. I loved that Andi was a writer. I loved that Ford was a writer. I loved the chemistry they had together. Paige Rion’s writing was easy to read, easy to comprehend, and lovely.
I really related to Andi. I’m not sure if it was because she wrote like I do. Or if she was just a really relatable character. But, I loved reading about her and diving into her world. I was a bit jealous that she got to go to college and take lots of writing classes (my college barely had any). I loved Andi as a character and I would love to have her in my real life.
Ford. Ford. Ford. I loved him. He has a shaky past. He has a rise from the ruins kind of story. And he’s sexy. What makes him even sexier? The fact that he reads and writes books. There’s not many men out there in the world that I know of who like to read and write. Hell, most of the men in my life hate to read, unless it’s articles about science or cars.
Andi’s friends. What can I say about them? Well I didn’t care for them. Not one bit. I think that they were rude. Snotty. Selfish. I didn’t get along with them. And Andi’s boyfriend, yea can’t even remember his name, because that’s how much I didn’t care for him.
All in all, if you want a quick, new adult, contemporary read, pick this one up! I enjoyed it and it got me back into the reading and reviewing and writing world again.
There’s hope in love. And a world without hope is a sad one.
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