Well, book 13 or 14. Whichever one this is that I plan to read.
Misadventures of a Virgin (Misadventures #14) by Meredith Wild (Author)
I thought this story was really cute. I liked both June and Kase, plus their names fit well together, and I also figure…
Hold on…. few spoilers. After this.
I also figured that June was going to end up pregnant and it’s crazy how both their parents (we ’ll, Kase uncle) and June dad hold that grudge for all those years over a woman. In actuality, June father shouldn’t have gotten mad with Kase uncle because for one the woman he married didn’t want him to begin with she just ran from Kase uncle but end the end that is who she actually wanted. Though I am glad that June father was finally gotten the stick out of his butt to allow June and Kase to be together in the end, which his uncle didn’t care one bit if they fell in love or not. Also, it’s cute that she found Love in Kase, though she was a virgin she still loved and cared for her in the end. Sometimes it is hard to find that love when you are virgin because most men want what no one has ever had, also even those who have gotten someone still don’t. But towards the end the story I felt like it was a drag for some reason lol. Ugh, but it was still a good book, and it didn’t take me long actually to finish.
It’s been years since June Bell shared a stolen moment with her girlhood crush, Kase McCasker. It’s been just as long since Kase’s father nixed the sale of the McCasker farm to expand the grounds of the Bell’s grand hotel. Now that Kase is back home for good, June might be the only person who can persuade him to reconsider the abandoned plan. But how can she face him again after he left her without a word?
Four years ago, unexpected news shook the foundation of Kase McCasker’s world. Escaping Falls Edge for college was the perfect excuse to chase his demons and bury his pain. Now, with a degree in hand and a void he can’t fill, he’s back in the little mountain town he thought he’d never call home again. Searching for purpose, he’s determined to put down roots and take over the struggling farm that’s been in his family for generations.
Time and distance haven’t taken the edge off his preoccupation with June, the spitfire daughter of his father’s rival. He hasn’t forgotten their time together and all the things they did and didn’t do. One look at her has him reconsidering the future and making a dangerous deal to win her over. Is a chance at her heart worth risking everything else?