- File Size: 972 KB
- Print Length: 131 pages
- Publisher: Penner Publishing (April 25, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 25, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N53V9UP
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #506,286 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Caught Looking Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Frankie and Ryan were so easy to love. They're so genuine and relatable. Their dialogue -ranging from humorous to heartfelt - was always engaging. I laughed and buzzed with all the butterflies these two evoked, and then I ached so hard when things got rough (as they inevitably do). I adored these two together as a couple, but they're both pretty special in their own right as well. This is a "clean" book, so there's nothing written explicitly here, but that doesn't mean the book is without heat. I felt plenty of it - their chemistry smoldering and sparking in ways that kicked my pulse up. And even as they weathered the conflict (and I wanted to wring Ryan's neck a bit), it was impossible not to love them.
Like I said, this story was so much bigger than just Ryan and Frankie - and I think I loved Frankie's stowaways just as much as Frankie did. Seriously - if their story doesn't tug at your heartstrings there's a good chance you don't actually have a heart. Things didn't play out exactly the way I expected them to, which added an emotional punch that kept me glued to my Kindle until the sweet and ultimately rewarding end.
In all, Caught Looking read like a good Hallmark movie - the kind you get sucked right into and can't look away from. The kind that leaves you feeling all warm and smooshy inside. It's jam packed full of heart and rich with emotion and worth every minute I spent reading. ~ 4.5
Caught Looking is a beautiful story about a very special woman. Frankie is kind and generous. When she finds three orphan boys in her home she does everything she can to care for them and to make them feel at home. She even wants to adopt them, but being allowed to do so proves to be difficult. Especially since she's in a relationship with a man who's being charged for drug possession. Ryan might be falsely accused, but there are people who believe what they read in the papers. He's heartbroken because of everything that happened to him, but being with Frankie and spending time with the boys heals the worst part of his emotional wounds. It's clear from the start that Ryan and Frankie are soul mates, but being together isn't easy, especially since there are so many things that can go wrong because of it. Ryan's had such a difficult time and I had tears in my eyes when I read about everything he went through. He deserves all the love and attention he can get and I read the book in one sitting because I couldn't wait to find out if he and Frankie would find their happily ever after.
Caught Looking is an amazing story with an impressive and surprising ending. Jody Holford writes about difficult subjects in a wonderful sympathetic way. I immediately loved her main characters. They have such good hearts and warm personalities. While her story is romantic, it also has quite a bit of depth. Frankie's fighting for the boys with everything she has and her determination is admirable. While Ryan is trying to get over everything that happened when his career ended in an unfair way he's also there for Frankie. I loved that aspect of the story and I liked the vivid and honest way Jody Holford writes about all the obstacles in their way. Caught Looking is a book that put a smile on my face and brought tears to my eyes at the same time, it's a great, captivating bittersweet story and I highly recommend it.
Ryan Walker lives next to the dilapidated house in a huge, beautiful home and is himself reeling from his recent life events that have burned him. He isn't ready to get burned again and therefore comes off as a jerk to Frankie when they meet. Layers are revealed and Ryan soon discovers Frankie's secret with the boys and is highly impressed by this beautiful woman.
The love of this unconventional family is apparent rather admitted openly or not. You root for the boys and worry as well. When an incident brings to light their circumstances they are swiftly taken into foster care. While its heartbreaking the book also is informative. When you want this gang to stay together- you have to put the welfare of the children first.
While they were caught looking hearts were stolen. Can Ryan and Frankie survive being down and out or will love give them a grand slam?
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