Book Review of Wooing Cadie McCaffrey by Bethany Turner

Wooing Cadie McCaffrey

About: After four years with her boyfriend, Cadie McCaffrey is thinking of ending things. Convinced Will doesn’t love her in the “forever” way she loves him, Cadie believes it’s time for her to let him go before life passes her by. When a misunderstanding leads to a mistake, leaving her hurt, disappointed, and full of regret, she finally sends him packing.

But for Will, the end of their relationship is only the beginning of his quest to figure out how to be the man Cadie wanted him to be. With the dubious guidance of his former pro-athlete work friends and tactics drawn from Cadie’s favorite romantic comedies, Will attempts to win her back. It’s a foolproof plan. What could possibly go wrong?

Bethany Turner is back with more of the heart and humor readers love. Anyone who enjoys a good romance or binges romantic comedies on Netflix will devour this delightful story.





My Review:

My Thoughts: 35 pages and I am done. The book didn’t have a filter for thinking about how she was no longer in love with her boyfriend. 😩 And they had no problems talking about when she had the, um, well, 😳😀😳 ‘sex talk’ as a character put it with her boyfriend, another word used was ‘seduction’.Β  I was done, the attitudes were bad enough but that was it for me. If you’re all right with that kind of talk in a book go for it. I do suggest you pass this one over though.

And the cover made me want to try this one so badly. πŸ˜‘πŸ˜žπŸ˜«

I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review and am truly happy to provide it β€” all the thoughts are my own.

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  1. You missed the point though! Especially if you only went 35 pages in–you weren’t even deep enough to get into what the book was really about! The point of the book wasn’t about glorifying their sin or saying it was okay, but how to walk through it afterward and repent and heal from it and mend their relationship with each other and God. Personally I loved this book. Sorry to hear you didn’t.

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    1. Really? I’ve hoped so . . . I’ve picked up the book several times and thought about trying more but ended up putting it back on my shelf . . . Would you recommend that I try it again? And if so is there other content I should be careful of? If not I am totally picking it up again; with what you’ve said it sounds like a book that I would enjoy. Normally I would skip to the end to see how it ended but I didn’t because I assumed it wouldn’t be good.

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      1. So here’s the deal… there are certain things you can’t take back once you’ve done them. But that doesn’t meant that they should live the rest of their lives condemned. There is forgiveness and healing that can be found through repentance. If you can try to view the book through that lens, I think you should give it another try. If you can’t relate to it personally, think about it with eyes of empathy (which is what I did). If you’d like you can see my full review at:

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