Author: Caitlin Kerry
Series: Tell Me #2
Published by Self-Published
Release Date February 19, 2015
Genres: New Adult Romance
More Info: Goodreads
The first time Jolene meets a mysterious man wearing flannel, it’s a case of mistaken identity. The second time, they end up against the side of a bar.
Third time’s a charm, right?
Jolene Hayes finds herself spending the summer in the picturesque mountains of Idaho in order to avoid a past fling. It’s a perfect escape, except for the one problem that keeps popping up: a sexy backcountry pilot named Ty Harrison. Jolene tries her hardest to resist his scruffy beard and flannel wearing ways, but eventually rationalizes that a summer fling would just be like the rest of them—love ‘em and leave ‘em and move on with her life.
Between these two are secrets that could tear them apart before they even get started, though. Life changes without warning, and dealing with the results leaves Jolene protecting her heart at all costs. Ty knows he is everything Jolene doesn’t want, but he can’t let go of the fiery siren.
Throw in the element of wilderness, a small town where secrets can’t hide and the past repeatedly showing up on Jolene’s front porch, the promise of a summer fling becomes complicated.
“Knock it off!” She screeched back at me.
“Stop laughing or next time I’ll throw you in this damn lake.”
“You wish.” She scoffed. I lunged at her, which only set the canoe to teeter totter. June jumped up, because she must of forget she was on an unstable boat, and then promptly flailed into the lake, the splash now drenching me. Of course, it didn’t matter because June falling off made the boat flip and me crash into the lake. God, what was it with these damn glacier lakes. I always found myself in them, freezing my ass off.
June surfaced from the water and her only words were, “Oh damn. My beer.” She frowned toward the dark abysses as the bottles of PRB floated to the bottom.
Cover Re-Reveal: Finding June (Tell Me, #1)
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.