Catching Caytie (A Summer in Snow Valley)

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Catching Caytie (A Summer in Snow Valley)

Catching Caytie A Summer in Snow Valley NOTE TO READER THIS STANDALONE VERSION of Catching Caytie INCLUDES BONUS CHAPTER and EPILOGUE On the night Caytie Holbrook intends to break up with her cheating boyfriend he blindsides her by announc

  • Title: Catching Caytie (A Summer in Snow Valley)
  • Author: Cindy Roland Anderson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • NOTE TO READER THIS STANDALONE VERSION of Catching Caytie INCLUDES BONUS CHAPTER and EPILOGUE On the night Caytie Holbrook intends to break up with her cheating boyfriend, he blindsides her by announcing their engagement at a dinner party When Caytie discovers her father is in on the scheme, she runs away from her home in Beverly Hills to hide out at her uncle s ranch iNOTE TO READER THIS STANDALONE VERSION of Catching Caytie INCLUDES BONUS CHAPTER and EPILOGUE On the night Caytie Holbrook intends to break up with her cheating boyfriend, he blindsides her by announcing their engagement at a dinner party When Caytie discovers her father is in on the scheme, she runs away from her home in Beverly Hills to hide out at her uncle s ranch in Snow Valley, Montana While Snow Valley is a beautiful place, Caytie only plans to stay until her twenty fifth birthday when she ll inherit a trust fund her grandmother left her, allowing her to pursue her dream to move to Italy That is until she meets Jace McAllister, an incredibly sexy although somewhat grumpy cowboy who threatens to disrupt her plans.

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    1. Kathy * Bookworm Nation on said:

      Cindy Anderson has become a go-to author for contemporary romance. Caytie is on the run from her cheating ex-boyfriend and scheming father. She goes to the only place she feels safe, her uncle’s ranch in Snow Valley, Montana. She just needs to lay low until her twenty-fifth birthday when she will receive her inheritance. She doesn’t plan on meeting the hunky cowboy Jace or for the sparks that fly when they’re together. I thought they had a fun “meet cute” and great chemistry. They’re [...]

    2. Kathy Jo on said:

      When Caytie discovers her boyfriend is cheating on her, she is determined to break up with him. But before she can, he announces at a dinner party that they are engaged. She looks to her father to straighten everything out only to discover that he is in on the whole scheme. Caytie is determined to not marry Edward and decides to runaway to her uncle's house in Snow Valley, Montana. If she can just make it to her 25th birthday, she'll receive her inheritance from her grandmother and she can conti [...]

    3. Aimee (Getting Your Read On) on said:

      I first read this novella in the Summer in Snow Valley collection. It was one of my favorites so when I saw that it had been released as a stand alone with an additional bonus chapter and an epilogue, I decided I just had to buy it. I loved it the first time around and I loved it the second time with the added stuff too. This is just a fun, clean romance.

    4. Kristen on said:

      Very cute, 5 stars, romantic and fun.I LOVE the shoes she has on her covers!Moral Note: Some talk of cheating and drug use

    5. Valerie Waters on said:

      Seriously cute book!!!! I loved jace! The little twist was kinda dumb. I wanted more jace romance. Perfect ending. This is a great author. I love her books.

    6. Erica on said:

      Love the Snow Valley anthologies. The short stories are long enough to have substance, but short enough to cruise thru in one sitting. Here we have Catherine who realizes her dad & ex-boyfriend are manipulating her, so she flees her glitzy California home to seek refuge with her uncle on his horse ranch in Montana. Enter Jace, the resident hottie cowboy and things start to heat up in a totally cute and clean way, of course! for these two. I finished this and immediately read Operation Kiss [...]

    7. Sara Cardon on said:

      This is so cute and fun. Caytie runs away from whatever scheme her father and boyfriend have planned for her, which is making her the fiance of that lousy cheating boyfriend. Good for her. She ends up at her uncle's ranch and meets Jace. It's a fun rich-city-girl-meets-cowboy story. There are a lot of great funny and sweet moments.

    8. Rocky on said:

      City girl and country boyCatherine is a spoiled, rich city girl. When, at a dinner she is introduced as the fiancee to her philandering "boyfriend", she is shocked. Her father agrees to the idea, even after she told him she refused to marry a cheater. She packs a few of her things and jumps into her BMW and heads to Montana to her Uncle George's ranch.Jace is in town for practice with a Little League baseball team he coaches. As he's making a right turn on a green light he is almost rear ended b [...]

    9. Rachel on said:

      A super quick and easy read. I found the characters to be charming, but somewhat flat. It was hard for me to get into the romance between Jace and Caytie. They went from attraction to love quickly and with no real foundation. The supporting characters are actually what made the book for me. I loved the family feel and support they had on the ranch and the backstory of Kellen. Watching him deal with and progress with his injury gave the story more depth to the plot and the characters. I’ll defi [...]

    10. Bethany Dentler on said:

      Would have been 5 stars, but there were too many spelling and grammar errors.

    11. Katelyn on said:

      I don't know how to rate this. Actually it's more 3.5. It was good but didn't grab me. Cons: The romance: it wasn't electrifying. It didn't grab me. The kisses happened so often I usually found myself saying: cool. Or another??? Also I feel like it jumped from "I can never be with this girl." To I am madly in love. What??? Awkward: the boys often talked of how caytie's clothes were revealing and how they liked it or didn't. Though realistic it was awkward. Word choice: the word sexy was used too [...]

    12. Valerie on said:

      Catching Caytie. My oh my I love this book. I first started reading Cindy Anderson's works a few years ago and fell in love right then and there with Fair Catch. I couldn't put the book down to even make dinner. It was that good. Catching Caytie had me ignoring every body around me until I finished it. She's a force to be reckoned with. Her characters are spot on and the humor is fantastic. She sets her scenes very well and catches you in the first pages of her books. There is something so wonde [...]

    13. Deborah on said:

      I feel so adored when someone has a shelf on their just for me! Makes it easy to read books, but I guess harder to review them. I read this one a few weeks ago and it slipped my mind in the craziness of life to actually review it. So here is what I remember about it:1. I have GOT to get me some cute cowgirl booksSTAT! It's a need people.2. Jace was two thumbs up!3. I loved reading about country/farm life. I am a city girl but there is some small part of me that wonders if I could do it?4. Loved [...]

    14. Grace Tolman on said:

      This was a sweet story. I've read a couple of books from this series and I'm glad that I took the time to know about Caytie and Jace's background romance. I loved how their relationship started and I have to say that this is by far my favorite out of all the Snow Valley romance stories. I think it's because they met each other when they weren't really looking for each one. I also liked how Jace was such a gentleman and he sounded like a very hot cowboy to boot. ;)

    15. JaneReads on said:

      Another enjoyable story by Cindy. I enjoyed the characters of Caytie, Jace, George, Kellen and Ilene. I liked how Caytie evolved through the story, learning people are more important than things. Jace also evolved throughout the story, he went from someone just going through the motions to living with a purpose. I loved the ending!

    16. Nancy Luebke on said:

      I really enjoyed this clean romance. I've given it a 5* rating. The story pulled me in right away and was hard to put down. I've really enjoyed this series centered around Snow Valley. This is the first in the Summer In Snow Valley Set, with 5 more to go. This is also the 3rd of this author's books I've read and I've enjoyed them all. Look forward to reading more of her work.

    17. Jennifer on said:

      A short and sweet read. The villains were a little one dimensional and the plot was very simple, but this is a novella and I expected those things. Ms. Anderson did a good job of hooking you right into this story and the MCs were surprisingly well developed for a short. I enjoyed how clean this was and look forward to whatever else this author comes out with next.

    18. Cathy on said:

      i am sighing and tingling. Jace, the hero, what a masculine, sexy, one of the best book boyfriends ever cowboy! Whew! And wow could he kiss! I highly recommend this contemporary, clean romance with a bit of suspense, and a heoroine that reminds me of Reese Witherspoon. Very good read!

    19. Cami Checketts on said:

      This is such a fun book. I loved the romance between Jace and Caytie, but I especially loved Kellen and how he developed as a character. It was wonderful to see Jace and Caytie help him overcome his frustrations.

    20. Teya Peck on said:

      This was so cute. I do wish I had read this one second in the series. It was cute, fun, clean, and sexy! It was fun to read Kaytie's story. I love that these are fast, and light hearted after reading personal improvement books.

    21. Patricia on said:

      Where this had been part of a set of stories (although this was a stand-alone Kindle edition of this story), I worried that this would read like a novella. I am not really in to novellas and short stories. However, whatever this was, it read like a book. I enjoyed the characters and the story.

    22. Betty Fowler on said:

      BooksLove your story line but some time re-read your book timeline is not good. I notice this seems to be a problem all you writer have you go from days back to 24 hrs after awhile you kind of wonder do they even read their own stuff or just don't care.

    23. Mindie on said:

      I absolutely LOVED this book! It is one of the best books I've read in a long time. The interaction between Jace and Caytie was sweet, funny, and downright romantic. I never wanted it to end. I can't wait to read more books by Cindy Roland Anderson.

    24. Sharon Mumford on said:

      Be sure to read Operation Kiss the Girl next. Both are great clean books! I want to move to Snow Valley, Montana.

    25. Kimberley Montpetit on said:

      Great Romance and characters! This author has the BEST plots. Seriously. So many twists and great characters and delicious romance!

    26. Casey Tobler on said:

      I quite enjoyed reading Catching Caytie. I appreciate that it wasn't just a straight forward love story. There's a twist in the story, which I thought the author handled beautifully.

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