Friday, May 09, 2014


 Finding June

Caitlin Kerry

Contemporary Romance

Release Date: 
March 4, 2014



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 over educated

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*


I was almost pleading at this point for him to leave me alone. “Reece, yesterday

was a long day and I am not really in the mood for company and … wait, how did you

know where I lived?”

Reece sheepishly stared beyond me, not looking at my face anymore. “Oh well

“Jolene,” we said at the same time. I thought she was starting to let go of the

whole June and Reece union, but I guess she was just being more silent about it.

Reece slipped his hands in the back pockets of his jeans and rocked on his heels,

reverting back to his chipper side. “I was going to call, but I figured it was a beautiful

Sunday morning and I could take a lovely stroll to see you.”

I raised my eyebrow. I wasn’t buying it.

He splayed his hands out and said, “Okay, I owe you an apology. I was an ass last

night. I had no right to say what I did.”

An apology wasn’t what I was expecting. I was going to say something, but

Reece beat me to it. “To sweeten the apology pot, let me make it up to you. Let me take

you out,” Reece said with a wide grin. His eyes lit up and I swear I didn’t breathe for

two seconds. I couldn’t explain his affect on me. My reaction to Reece was something I

had never experience before. Even Owen didn’t stir these feelings in me when we were

dating. The small voice in the back of my head repeated to stay away. I was in dangerous

waters and I wasn’t sure what to do. Reece could sense my hesitation and said, “Just

as friends, a friendly outing in the afternoon. I won’t even make you go out during the


I had the decision to either look like a bitch or to accept. While my mind said no,

my heart was telling me a different story. Even though I was still pissed to hell, I knew

he was trying to make an effort to be nice and apologize. It was only right I put the bitch

away for a bit and accept his offer for a friend date.

“Yes,” I finally said.

“Yes?” He was acting like he couldn’t believe that I had agreed.

“Are you surprised?”

“Are you going to slam the door in my face if I say yes?”

I gave him a dirty look.

“Too soon?” he asked. I shook my head at him and at myself. This time I did

close the door in his face.

 What did I get myself into?

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About the Author

Caitlin Kerry is obsessed

with the stories we tell. Her love of reading and writing led her to accomplish a goal

she set for herself at the age of seventeen. She has a degree in History and Political

Science and is only a semester away from a Masters in Public Administration. Caitlin

is an avid tea drinker, hopeful adventurer, lover of music and often finds the best

medicine is the quiet of nature.

When Caitlin isn't writing or reading she usually can

be found enjoying the great outdoors with her geologist husband, always looking for

the next adventure. She currently resides in Southeastern Idaho.

I love meeting new people. Feel free to say hi!



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