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Losing Charley (Full Circle Book 1) Kindle Edition

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Length: 340 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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No Turning Back my debut novel.  It is about taking what life gives you, learning from it, and growing.  It's also about finding a great support system.  Yes... it takes place in college, but I believe this is a great book for young adult readers as well as new adult.  There are some issues from Charley's past that affect her future, but the life lessons are real, and the ending will have you begging for book #2!  If you love the Southern way of life, college, making new relationships, growing from your past, and an ending that will leave you speechless, then this is the book for you!

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  • File Size: 917 KB
  • Print Length: 340 pages
  • Publisher: Casey Peeler-Self (September 10, 2013)
  • Publication Date: September 10, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FG9V5JU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,611 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Casey Peeler grew up and still lives in North Carolina with her husband and daughter. Her first passion is teaching students with special needs. Over the years, she found her way to relax was in a good book.

After reading Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neal Hurston her senior year of high school and multiple Nicholas Sparks' novels, she found a hidden love and appreciation for reading.

Her perfect day consists of water, sand between her toes, a cold beverage, and a great book!

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By SBeerden on January 9, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
Eeeek NO!!! How could you end the book like that, Casey?!!!! That’s SO MEAN!!!!!!

Wow okay first I’d like to admit that for the first few chapters I wasn’t swept away by the book but I continued to read and boy was I glad I did!

So the story actually is about country girl Charley, who is dating the bad boy Dylan (God I HATE him! I’d love for a chance to beat him to a bloody pulp). But they break up after a MAJOR event happens between those two. Luckily she has her best friend Cash to help her deal with all that. And then Cash and Charley become a couple for a while and that was soooooooooooooo cute! Anyway Charley breaks it off with him when she decides she wants to go to a different college and because she also wants to be able to see who she is without a man in her life.

And then she goes to this small College called Southern, and there she meets hunk-a-dunk Joe, who I loved to bits. And well I think you can all guess the rest. Though the one thing about the story that completely blew me away was the BIG ASS TWIST at the end of the book with a MASSIVE CLIFFHANGER that had me screaming and pulling my hair in frustration.

And about the characters? Well I LOVED the them. Charley is great and I love the way she keeps going despite what happened. And then we’ve got Cash, or Cash Money as Charley lovingly calls him. He’s just the sweetest, kindest most lovable non-existent guy I know and GOD do I feel jealous Charley get him all to himself. And then we have Joe and oh-meee-oh-my I’d jump him in a minute if I got the chance.

So that’s it, that’s all I can say about this book, it was good and god I just can’t stand the fact that I now have to wait God knows how long for the sequel. But it’ll be worth it and I am so looking forward to it!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By HEA Bookshelf on November 18, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
"...a night I thought was going to be special has turned into the biggest nightmare of my life."

One night.
It only took one night for Charley's life to change. What she thought she knew was no longer true. Decisions she thought she was sure of were quickly changing. After graduating high school, Charley decided to go off to a different College than what she had originally planned. She was looking to start fresh, to be independent.... free. What Charley did not know was that no matter where she went, her past would follow. Her fears would catch up with her.

Luckily for her, she had a wonderful guy in her life. Cash. Oh, Cash. I loved him from the get-go. He's 100% country and damn sexy. Cash was more than Charley's "best friend since they were kids".... he was more than her recent "ex-boyfriend". Cash was her rock, her constant, what kept her whole, and Charley was well aware. But, she was also set on experiencing the "college life" without being tide down. And I get that. Hell, I could relate a lot to the things she did while at College with her new friends, the "Kluft Girls". BUT, I loved Cash too much to completely agree with her pushing him away.

"Charley, I'm not sure what you want, but I know what I want. You. I am willing to wait, continue being your best friend, boyfriend, continue being your rock, but I'm not leaving ever again. I love you and always will."

*Sigh* See??? Cash was just freaking PERFECT... at least for me. This is why I found myself feeling frustrated with Charley, but at the same time, not. And here's why.

“Charley, you are truly beautiful. I don’t know what you are hiding or scared of, but I want to know you. All of you.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Michelle@Book Briefs TOP 1000 REVIEWER on October 1, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
No Turning Back starts off crazy. There was no introductory get to know the characters part. There was just a very intense start to the story and right off the bat we have someone to hate- Dylan. Most of the book is about how Charley deals with the fallout of what Dylan did to her. Dylan isn't even in most of the book, Charley dumps him and never talks to him again, but it's like his presence is everywhere, affecting everything that she does. It's hard for me to sum up my feelings about No Turning Back because it wasn't that I disliked the book. I thought it was a well written and interesting story, there were just some aspects of it that didn't work for me. The tough part is that I can see where this would be a great book for so many people.

Charley was the main problem for me in this story. And I hated that. I am such a character driven reader that when I encounter a main character that I want to like so bad and then I just can't seem to mesh with, it makes me a little sad. The book is told in first person through Charley's eyes and sometimes I was a little confused as to her motivations and what she was doing. It seemed choppy in parts, but the weird thing was I didn't think the writing was choppy, it seemed like Charley herself was. She would make these decisions and I didn't know why she did. She would just kind of skip some of the steps, which made for a confusing read at times. But I wanted to like her so much. I felt bad for what happened to her before college and I wanted to see so much growth with her as a person. Charley is a sweet southern girl, and I loved the way she was with her friends. I just couldn't seem to get past the way she was with Cash and Joe. She jumped back and forth between the two of them so many times that I lost count.
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