The guy who comes to her rescue again and again
Can he be the one to save her from herself?
Or is she too much to handle?
Cassie Chapman finally caught her father's attention when racy photos of her hit the tabloids. She comes to Cypress Corners to get a job and find herself. She reconnects with her family but doesn't believe she deserves their faith in her. Or their love.
Ty Walsh makes sure the animals at Cypress thrive in their habitats. He can't resist Cassie's combination of boldness and vulnerability. As he rescues her from wild animals and her own enthusiasm, he sees there's so much more to her than she thinks.
Can Ty prove to Cassie that she can find herself with him?
Or will she let her past mistakes cost her the life she was just starting to build?
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By jey cee on 18-09-16
What was one of the most memorable moments of Loving Cassie?
The first and second books were great but they keep getting better. Her expressive portrayal of all the characters, old and new keeps me engrossed in the latest couple to fall in love in this amazing community while still keeping us updated on all the previous couples and their lives.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
By J and M on 23-06-16
Just gets better and better!
This series just gets better and better. Though there are some things that seem recurrent, like the Love Shack, I really enjoy these characters and this series. Not sure why everyone seems to have to use the tent cabin first, but it's no matter. And, I really liked that it was given the name, Love Shack, in this story. That was funny and cute. Also, I was slightly confused by the repetition that there is no custody in Florida when it was clear that the father of the child in question has full physical and legal custody, which is not different than most states. I worked for the DA in my county in CA, specifically family support dealing with custody day in and out, and I didn't see much difference in the limitations in Florida being referred to as "no custody laws"? There are laws, but grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc do not generally have rights in most if not all states, unless they can prove an actual parent is unfit. I found this slightly distracting when it was clear the father had 100% parental rights which is fairly typical when 1 parent is deceased.
BUT, other than that, another great story by JoMarie DeGioia. And, it really wasn't a big enough distraction to take away from the book or make me not want to read it. I completely enjoyed this story and felt the pain and frustration of Ty and his mother. It is something I have seen over and over again. And, most people are shocked when they find out that they have no legal recourse if a parent or parents decides they cannot see their grandchild or niece or nephew at all. However, this was a small part of the story. I can't wait for the next one. I'm hooked on this series.
I listened to this book and, as always, Wendy Rich Stetson just makes these characters come to life. Dare I say her voice is even richer and smoother in this book? She really captures the essence of the characters and feel of the story. Her interpretation and portrayal of personality for each character gives them such realism, you feel like you know them. Another job well done for both author and narrator.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful