Stolen Words by India Caedmon

Happy Saturday Friends!

Before I get into a book that I devoured and loved let me give you a quick follow up on what has been going on. My apologies, I have been MIA this week. I had a crazy weekend of shopping for Christmas, spending time with nieces and nephews at our annual Grall’s (my mom/their grandmother) Christmas Tree, and having my nose stuck in Stolen Words.

As always, I like to share with you pictures of what has been going on. So this blog might be a little bit longer but who doesn’t love to read a long blog on a Saturday morning anyways? I know you ALL have been waiting for it.

Last Weekend Pics:

img_3356 Eric bought this for me… LOVE IT!!

img_3337  img_3355  img_3340 Baking and decorating cookies was so much fun!

img_3347 Meet my crew- Dominic, Julianna, Abby, Cora, and Alan. We had to much fun decorating my mom’s house for Christmas. We watched Polar Express and had hot cocoa! It was a perfect Friday night.

The rest of my weekend consisted of shopping, shopping, more shopping, and finally cleaning. I am almost officially done with Christmas shopping!

On to Stolen Words by India Caedmon! India was kind enough to ask me to read her book and I was excited to do so. I am new to this wonderful author so I wasn’t sure what to expect. But one thing is for sure… SHE NAILED IT! I couldn’t put it down! I went into this book blind. I didn’t read the synopsis and let me tell you.. it was fun and so worth it. I would give this book 5 out of 5 STARS!

Grayson wanting to rescue a young woman he never met. He only knows her by one single letter that wasn’t even written for him. But he had to know her, he had to help her, he had to meet her. However, their paths expectantly cross. Is it fate? Is it true love? Will Grayson be able to be there in the end? Just to give you a little push… the ending BLEW me away!

Thank you India for asking me to read this book. It was an amazing read and I fell in love with awkward Grayson (love that name).

Synopsis for Stolen Words:

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It was supposed to be one letter. One time…

Cassidy Thatcher has just been fired. In an attempt to salvage her life, she flees to New York City to rebuild her career. Desperate for hope, she passes her time writing love letters to her fiancé in the U.S. Navy, but the Big Apple has other plans.

Grayson Daniels has a brilliant mind but is not so brilliant when it comes to relationships. After being asked to assist the Navy with nuclear research, he finds himself aboard an aircraft carrier where he accidentally intercepts a letter not meant for him. Cassidy’s words enthrall him…but what started as an innocent fascination soon becomes an uncontrollable desire.

When Grayson learns of Cassidy’s financial problems, he manipulates matters into his own hands. And when Cassidy’s relationship with her fiancé begins to crumble, Grayson is there to pick up the pieces, reminding her that love doesn’t always have to be a sacrifice.

His secret isn’t safe for long. Can a foundation be reconstructed on stolen words? Or will Cassidy mark their romance return to sender?

How good does this sound? Friends, go get your copy. Coming out in DECEMBER!!

One more thing before I go and enjoy my Saturday. I created a list of books for Christmas presents for your special someone or for yourself. All of these book are incredible by wonderful authors.

  • As She Fades by Abbi Glines
  • Block Shot by Kennedy Ryan
  • Come Back To Me by Mila Gray
  • This Man by Jodi Ellen Malpas
  • Too Late by Colleen Hoover
  • Taming Him by Kennedu Fox
  • The Wrong Game by Kandi Steiner
  • Catching Caden by Samantha Christy
  • Season of Wonder by RaeAnne Thayne
  • Every Breath by Nicholas Sparks

I buy most of my books at Amazon, TheBookWormBox, and Barnes and Noble (if I have coupons). If you would like an extended list, please message me and I would be happy to give you more great book titles.

Have a great Saturday!

Always,

Kait

 

 

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