After getting involved with Dylan, the bad boy of the Dixon High Swim team, Charley
decides to stay close to home for college. It’s just safer that way. Later, she realizes it’s a
mistake, just like dating Dylan. She decides to put the past behind her and leave the small
hick town of Grassy Pond. There is only one problem; she makes this decision three
weeks before the fall semester begins.
Charley packs up her Honda and heads to Southern College. On the morning she’s about
to leave, Cash walks back into her life. He has been her best friend since they were four
and is the only one who knows the REAL Charley. She leaves her farm in Grassy Pond
with all kinds of “what if” questions.
Charley decides to live her college career to the fullest. She finds a great group of friends,
joins the swim team, and meets a guy named Joe. He’s got eyes that make ya wanna melt!
At college, she encounters a new problem. Charley has been away from home for only
forty-eight hours before she breaks the two promises she made to herself. Will she be
able to overcome her past? Find new love? What will happen with Cash now that he is
back in her life? Will she find what she is wanting in Jackalope Joe? How will her first
semester of college end? Joe, Cash, or alone?
Hey, Char, while Cash ain’t in here. Where the hell am I staying tonight? I mean, I don’t
want to intrude on y’all.”
“Piper, you can stay in there because you know as well as I do nothing is going to
happen.” She looks at me like whatever.
About that time Cash opens the truck door and climbs in. We make our way to campus,
up the stoop, and into Kluft. I am exhausted and need a shower to recoup before Hank’s
tonight. As we reach the top step, I can hear Caroline, Tori, Georgia, Jenny, Anna, and
Cassie in hall. They are singing to “Thrift Shop”blaring over the radio and dancing like
fools in the hallway.
Cash glances at me, “Oh lawd, what have I got myself into?” I just shrug my shoulders
and pull him down the hall. All the girls take their turn putting moves on him, and of
course, Anna has something to say. “Hey, Cowboy, I ain’t ever rode a cowboy before.”
With a wink Cash answers back, “Sorry, Sweetheart, but I ain’t a cowboy. I’m a
homegrown country boy that only has eyes for one little lady,” as he stares into my blue
REVIEW by Brenda's Book Beat
No Turning Back by Casey Peeler
This book covers a very important topic in the world today. It was a very well written and I enjoyed reading it. The author has way with writing scenes that could be vulgar and over done in a concise and relate-able manner. I am going to be anxiously looking for the second book in the series as this is definitely a cliffhanger!
I like the way the author deals with the emotions and feelings that high school college kids deal with on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. It could really help a person understand better what's going on with that age group.
Book was given to me in ARC form in exchange for an honest review
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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.
Casey is an avid reader, blogger (Hardcover Therapy,) and now author. No Turning
Back (Full Circle #1) is her debut novel releasing September 30th
Circle #2) will release spring 2014.
Her goal is to one day be an author who is recognized nationwide like Jamie McGuire,
Colleen Hoover, Tiffany King, and Amanda Bennett.
When Casey isn’t reading, you can find her listening to country music, spending the day
at the lake, being a wife and dance mom, and spending time with friends and family.
Her perfect day consists of water, sand between her toes, a cold beverage, and a great
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