Review: Crashing Tides by Casey Peeler

Posted April 20, 2015 by Bethany in Reviews / 0 Comments

Crashing Tides Review: Crashing Tides by Casey Peelerby Casey Peeler
on March 31, 2015
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three-half-stars
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romance
Pages: 240

You can predict the tides but not the changes they make. Gunnison Del Valle was the current in the tide that was about to change my life.

Crash one we met.
Crash two we fell in love.
Crash three changed our perfectly planned lives forever.

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Review

Looking for a book to take to the beach this summer or maybe something to read while you relax on the deck under the umbrella with a glass of ice cold sweet tea? Crashing Tides is a light and fun summer read full of sweetness and southern charm. Being the southern girl that I am, I’m always on the look out for romances about southern characters written by southern authors. This book was also nostalgic in a way because it brought back those feelings of first love and the fun times that can be had on spring break when you are young and carefree.

“It’s the week that our worlds changed for the better.”

Crashing Tides is a fast-paced, character driven story about Marleigh and GC, two high schoolers at the beach for spring break that have a chance meeting that changes the rest of their lives. If insta-connection is a huge no-no for you then it’s possible the book may not work for you because the very first page of the story begins with:

…instantly I feel a connection.

However, if you enjoy New Adult romance novels that are sweet and emotional but also gives you good feelings inside, then I think you may just like reading this standalone too. This was a story about young love, second chances, and forgiveness, and I actually found Crashing Tides addicting! I stayed awake until 2am reading the first 50%. I couldn’t put it down. A good read!

About Casey Peeler

Casey Peeler grew up and still lives in North Carolina with her husband and daughter. Her first passion is teaching students with special needs. Over the years, she found her way to relax was in a good book.
After reading Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neal Hurston her senior year of high school and multiple Nicholas Sparks’ novels, she found a hidden love and appreciation for reading.
Casey is an avid reader, blogger (Hardcover Therapy), and author. Her perfect day consists of water, sand between her toes, a cold beverage, and a great book!

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