Gone Country (Gone in Love) by Katrina Marie – Review by Beverly Finnie

Gone Country (Cousins Gone #1)Gone Country by Katrina Marie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Gone Country by Katrina Marie is a cute and sweet small town love story. I do enjoy how Katrina brought her characters to life.
Stella, a workaholic, has been given the opportunity to go to the small town of Asheville TX to get the new company distribution center up and running. I enjoy Stella’s independence when it comes to her job, but outside of work her codependency on her cousins Audrey and Tiffany is disappointing. As the story moves on we witness her growth in independence outside the workplace. As someone who is all about one’s independence it brought a smile to my face reading through her journey.
Then there’s Johnny, a tall dark and small town man handsome. He not only helps Stella in her disaster on arrival, but he has his own demons to deal with when it comes to intimate relationships. Being scorned by his high school sweetheart he reminded me of a lot of people in this world who have insecurity issues but want to put that behind them and move on. Though never an easy task.
I loved the sweetness of this story as well as the growth of Stella and Johnny, not only individually but also together.
The way Katrina Marie presents her character development, I will definitely be looking into more of her books in the near future!


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