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Catching Cassidy (Harborside Nights, Book One) Contemporary Romance Kindle Edition
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The storyline is full of angst and of loss. Twins Wyatt and Delilah are forced to face some adult decisions that they are not sure they are ready for. They have just graduated from college and envision a different future than the one that is thrust upon them by an unfortunate event.
I struggled with the format of the book… I do not normally have an issue with 1st person narrative books but this one was hard to follow at times. I found myself having to go back and re-read sections just to figure out whose POV I was reading. It would have helped to have spacing between the sections or the name of the person added to the top of the page.
As I read, I had to keep reminding myself that the story was being told from the POV of young people in their early twenties. The vernacular and the emotions were accurate.. but just not what I am used to as a 62 year old grandmother! All in all, the book was good and I will probably read more of the series.
Cassidy and Wyatt have been friends for almost forever. Their families lived next door to each other, they went to the same college and they share the same circle of friends. However, they’ve never been more than that...not that Cassidy hasn’t wanted more. She doesn’t trust that Wyatt is capable of a serious relationship and so relies on her fantasies to get her by.
Wyatt loves Cassidy and while he finds her insanely attractive, he’s more interested in keeping them friends forever and not ruining it all with casual sex. However, once tragedy strikes, he starts to reevaluate everything, including his friendship with Cassidy. Could they be more? Is she even interested in him in that way? What if he sucks at being a boyfriend?
All legitimate questions that his friends and twin sister help him work through.
I enjoyed this book. It was a relatively quick read but I’m really interested in the next book which focuses on Delilah and her potential new love life and adventures.
This book deals with grief and loss. If you have recently lost a loved one, proceed with caution. I am telling you this from experience since I am still recovering from a couple major deaths in my family last summer. I went in knowing that there was a death, but I was unprepared for the reaction that I had reading this book.
Catching Cassidy is a book that should take you on a rollercoaster of emotions, but it should not disappoint romance lovers. I am going to give a secret away for what was going on when I finished the last 25% of this book. I had my iPod on shuffle, with my “special” playlist. The Special playlist is one that has songs that make me think of a couple people, the guy that I am in love with and my bestie. During the course of the last 25% of the book, the song “See You Again” from the Fast 7 movie played a minimum of 5 times and I had it on shuffle. Combine the song with the book and I sobbed and read through tears.
In this book, we meet Cassidy, Wyatt and Delilah, who grew up and graduated college together. Wyatt and Delilah are twins and Cassidy is their best friend. While they are celebrating their graduation, Wyatt and Delilah learn that their parents are killed in a car crash by a drunk driver. Cassidy was with them when they found out about their parents since she had found out some disturbing information about her boyfriend. As Wyatt and Delilah go through the funeral process and the aftermath of their death, they realize that they could not be in the house and decide to head to their summer destination of Harborside.
Once Cassidy, Wyatt and Delilah get to Harborside, we begin to see more about how Wyatt and Cassidy feel about each other. Although, leading up to them going to Harborside, we knew that they both were starting to realize that they were beginning to realize they had feelings for each other. Watching Wyatt and Cassidy decide to act upon their feelings and let the cards fall where they may was sweet but heartbreaking since Cassidy was waiting for a job offer in a different city and Wyatt was dealing with his parents dying and taking over the family bar in Harborside.
I can’t wait to see how Wyatt and Cassidy grow in future books.