Finding June by Caitlin Kerry

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Amy's Review:

What a refreshing story!
June has a very average, good life. She has a mediocre job, meddling family, fabulous girlfriends, and a boyfriend (EX) that dumped her in the worst way possible. In her early 20s she thinks .. why me and I don't disagree. With good looks and a suhweet body, you would assume she has a pretty awesome set up going, but looks can be deceiving.
On the verge of an emotional break, June decides to take some well deserved "me" time and enjoys a summer to herself. Returning home, she is introduced by Reece, a hottie with a booooom body. Reece is carefree, a hard worker, a straight talker and a gentleman. All of the qualities June is looking for and none that she believes exist in one package.
This book has lots of raw emotion and sexual tension. The story was refreshing and new and I loved it. Both the character of June and of Reece were well-defined. I absolutely loved the fresh approach. June was a strong character, but felt so real. She cried and laughed and wanted so many things .. she wasn't afraid. Reece was my kind of alpha male, he is strong both inside and out and stood up for what he believed in. I was super sad to see it end and I can not wait to see what books Caitlin has coming next :)


Tell me your story June.... June thought she had it all. She soon found out how wrong she was. Her dreams of finding the good life were washed away when she was dumped on the sandy beaches of Mexico. Now back in Boise as an overeducated server, she doesn't even know where to begin on fixing her life. But one thing June does know is the new guy at work is one to stay away from. Reece Day catches June's attention, even if she doesn’t want it. Reece has the uncanny ability to always get in the last word, to get under June’s skin, making her question what she really wants in life. June quickly realizes that for the first time in her life, she finally has the chance to find herself. *Finding June is recommended for ages 17+ due to adult matters*