Book Review: When Katie Met Cassidy by Camille Perri

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3.5 disco balls

Publish Date: June 19, 2018 by G.P. Putnam’s Sons
Category: Fiction, Contemporary, Romance, LGBT

Looking for a quick summer read, this may be your jam. I read this book in one day and loved the immediate connection between Katie and Cassidy.

Katie Daniels is off the heels of a bad break-up with her fiancé, Paul Michael (what a tool) and crosses paths with Cassidy Price. Cassidy is immediately intrigued by Katie even knowing she isn’t her “type.” There is an immediate curiosity and connection between the two women and the rest of the story is their journey through discovering what happiness really means to each of them individually.

I liked the book, although felt the character development was a bit rushed. It was refreshing to read a love story between two characters, regardless of gender, who realize that what they thought made them happy was in fact just what they expected happy to be. I think the cover is really clever too, well done.

I read a copy of this book through Penguin Random House’s First to Read program.

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18 thoughts on “Book Review: When Katie Met Cassidy by Camille Perri

  1. I don’t know, I want to say that this book sounds intriguing but it doesn’t seem to stand out to me much. Maybe later on down the road it’ll call out to me. Great Review.

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  2. I love this sentence in your review, “It was refreshing to read a love story between two characters, regardless of gender, who realize that what they thought made them happy was in fact just what they expected happy to be.” Well done!

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