Catching Caroline (Silver Falls Book 1) by Megan Nugen Isbell – Review by Jenni Bishop

Catching Caroline (Silver Falls Book 1)Catching Caroline by Megan Nugen Isbell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Caroline has led a sheltered life living in her small town Silver Falls, Vermont. When her boyfriend of many years comes back home after not seeing him for six months, her heart is broken. I definitely wanted to punch him… But it is when an unexpected friend of her brothers, Adam DeLain a Boston Red Sox baseball player, returns to Silver Falls and onto their farm for the summer, that Caroline discovers more than she ever thought possible. At first Adam is his annoying self, the annoying friend of her brothers that she followed around as a little girl and the boy that she has known all her life but after some time she discovers that he is so much more and that he is now one sexy man. Similarly Adam realises that Caroline is no longer the little sister of his best friend, she is no longer a little girl, she is now a sweet and gorgeous woman and enough for him to love. But can he make her realise that?

I enjoyed the story that Megan has weaved and certainly the characters. Catching Caroline is the first book in the series and is a sweet romance story where the main character Caroline Hale has yet to discover the world but also to believe in herself and that she is enough. She has been torn down and thrown away by someone she thought loved her. The sad fact that people can be so cruel is a part of life but having it thrown at you all the time wears away your confidence and lets the self doubt in. I just wanted to take away Caroline’s pain but at times I wanted to slap her for letting others making her feel this way. Her ever present cousin and best friend is there to help pick up the pieces every step of the way and often making you laugh with her antics, out there ways and comments. I think she added just the right amount of comic relief the story needed with her sassy, honest and direct ways. I definitely can not wait for the next installment to this series.

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