What if the last place you should fall in love is the first place that you do?You’d think getting sent to Turning Pines Wilderness Camp for a month-long rehabilitation retreat” and being forced to re-live it in this journal would be the worst thing that’s ever happened to me.You’d be... show more
What if the last place you should fall in love is the first place that you do?You’d think getting sent to Turning Pines Wilderness Camp for a month-long rehabilitation retreat” and being forced to re-live it in this journal would be the worst thing that’s ever happened to me.You’d be wrong.There’s the reason I was sent to Turning Pines in the first place: I got arrested. On prom night. With my two best friends, who I haven’t talked to since and probably never will again. And then there’s the real reason I was sent here. The thing I can’t talk about with the guy I can’t even think about.What if the moment you’ve closed yourself off is the moment you start to break open? But there’s this guy here. Ben. And the more I swear he won’the can’tthe deeper under my skin he’s getting. After the thing that happened, I promised I’d never fall for another boy’s lies.And yet I can’t help but wonder
Publish date: March 5th 2013
Publisher: Entangled Teen
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Pretty Amy (#2)
After reading and really relating to Amy in PRETTY AMY last year, DEAR CASSIE was originally one of my most anticipated reads. Unfortunately, however, the book couldn’t quite live up to my expectations… One of the reasons why I really enjoyed PRETTY AMY was that I felt like I could really relate to...
if you haven’t read the companion novel, Pretty Amy, before reading Dear Cassie I would recommend it. Yes, Dear Cassie can be read as a stand alone novel but the backstory is a lot clearer (and more entertaining, truthfully) . Over all Dear Cassie was good though it started out slow and I definitely...
My Rating – 2 Stars*I received a digital copy of this novel from Netgalley on behalf of Entangled Publishing*Cassie is one of the friends that Amy turned in after being arrested on prom night for a very serious amount of pot (If you are confused by that sentence, read my review for Pretty Amy). Her ...
Originally Reviewed At: Mother/Gamer/WriterRating: 5 Controllers - Diayll; 4.5 Controllers - HeatherReview Source: NetGalleyReviewers: Joint Review: Heather and DiayllMe:Dear Cassie….you made me cry – uncontrollably. When I first started reading you I fell madly in love with your grace and stubble ...
I was given an ARC of this book for my fair and honest review.4 ½ Stars out of 5I really enjoyed “Dear Cassie.” I thought Ms. Burstein did a very good job of making her likeable but broken at the same time, a hard feat. “Dear Cassie” comes after the book “Pretty Amy,” which I didn’t know prior to re...
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