Wooing Cadie McCaffrey

Wooing Cadie McCaffrey

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...

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Title:Wooing Cadie McCaffrey
Author:Bethany Turner
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Wooing Cadie McCaffrey Reviews

  • Sarah Monzon

    No words I could come up with as an endorsement could do this book justice. It’s a must read for everyone!

  • Toni Shiloh

    Bethany Turner has done it again!

    She knocked it out the ball park. Seriously, I devoured the book. I was hooked from the meet-cute prologue all the way to the epilogue. Ms. Turner had my emotions on a roller coaster. I couldn’t read fast enough and not slow enough either. You know how you want to know everything at once but also want to savor every single word? Well that’s how I felt reading #WooCaM.

    I highlighted my favorite passages. I messaged my reader friend who already read the book. I had

    Bethany Turner has done it again!

    She knocked it out the ball park. Seriously, I devoured the book. I was hooked from the meet-cute prologue all the way to the epilogue. Ms. Turner had my emotions on a roller coaster. I couldn’t read fast enough and not slow enough either. You know how you want to know everything at once but also want to savor every single word? Well that’s how I felt reading #WooCaM.

    I highlighted my favorite passages. I messaged my reader friend who already read the book. I had to! Some chapters stopped my heart, others had me holding back tears, and others had me fussing at the characters as if they could actually hear me.

    This book also touches on a subject that is absolutely needed in the Christian world. I loved the way Ms. Turner handled it and some of my favorite quotes came from it.

    I’m dubbing Ms. Turner the queen of CF romcom and I cannot wait until her next release. Until then, I’ll go ahead and reread #WooCaM and smile through all my favorite parts and savor the truth of the beautiful message. Love is worth it!

    * I received a complimentary copy via NetGalley. My review was not required nor influenced.

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  • Rachel McMillan

    reading for endorsement:

    the freshest, most engaging and unique voice in contemporary romance i have discovered since Sally Thorne and Rainbow Rowell.

    more to come...

  • Susan

    Wooing Cadie McCaffrey

    Bethany Turner

    Wow, all I can say is, this story blew me away! Keep the tissues close by as you are reading WOOING CADIE MCCAFFREY by Bethany Turner. She will have your emotions all over the place. Once I started reading, it was very hard to stop! The twists and turns made it impossible to put down, as I had to know what was going to happen to Cadie and Will after so much heartache! Will Cadie ever be able to explain to Will how unappreciated she feels? What an awesome story

    Wooing Cadie McCaffrey

    Bethany Turner

    Wow, all I can say is, this story blew me away! Keep the tissues close by as you are reading WOOING CADIE MCCAFFREY by Bethany Turner. She will have your emotions all over the place. Once I started reading, it was very hard to stop! The twists and turns made it impossible to put down, as I had to know what was going to happen to Cadie and Will after so much heartache! Will Cadie ever be able to explain to Will how unappreciated she feels? What an awesome story. All of Bethany's characters feel genuine and relatable and put your emotions on one heck of a roller coaster ride. As you are reading, you will find yourself cheering for all of them, praying they can work out their problems and be happy once again.

    WOOING CADIE MCCAFFREY is all about family, ugh, her parents drove me nuts, dealing with the past and trying to find your happily ever after. It had me flipping through the pages like a woman on a mission. Will tries so hard to be the man Cadie deserves, but he just can't seem to get it quite right. Men!! It was so much fun watching these two dance around each other and their feelings. You will find yourself shaking your head at Will screaming "open your eyes man! How can you not see what is going on." At least that's what happened to me! WOOING CADIE MCCAFFREY is a heart tugging story that will hold you hostage until the very last page. Once you start reading, it will be very hard to put down! You also won't be able to stop yourself from laughing at Will and his manly thoughts!

    WOOING CADIE MCCAFFREY is without a doubt one of my top funniest books I've read in 2019 so far. I was instantly emotionally invested in all of the characters. My heart broke for Cadie when she cuts Will loose. Bethany Turner sure can hook the reader with her romance! I can not wait to read more by this wonderful and heart tugging author. I have one of her older books to read and that brings me so much joy and happiness to know it is waiting for me!

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell Reads through Netgalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

  • Melanie

    Wooing Cadie McCaffery was a joy of a read! I didn't have high expectation when I started the book, just because the author is new to me and I didn't know if I would enjoy the writing…Once I started, though, I quickly was drawn in and loved the book.

    The characters were so cute; I loved Will. The way he "wooed" Cadie was so sweet. The ending was probably my favorite part, as it was perfect and wrapped things up in the best way.

    All in all, Wooing Cadie McCaffery was a great romantic comedy and, if

    Wooing Cadie McCaffery was a joy of a read! I didn't have high expectation when I started the book, just because the author is new to me and I didn't know if I would enjoy the writing…Once I started, though, I quickly was drawn in and loved the book.

    The characters were so cute; I loved Will. The way he "wooed" Cadie was so sweet. The ending was probably my favorite part, as it was perfect and wrapped things up in the best way.

    All in all, Wooing Cadie McCaffery was a great romantic comedy and, if you enjoy this genre, I recommend it.

    *Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention/review it on my blog. I was not required to give a positive review, only my honest opinion - which I've done. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own and I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.*

  • Staci

    Bethany Turner's sophomore novel is a cute rom com.

    Wooing Cadie McCaffrey is light hearted on the surface but there are some heavy topics included such as dating a co-worker, breakdown in expectations and boundaries in a relationship and parental input.

    What I loved most about the novel were the laughs sprinkled throughout. While I found Turner's debut to be more appealing, Wooing Cadie McCaffrey delivers enjoyment and escape.

    My gratitude to publisher Revell for a complimentary copy of the novel.

    Bethany Turner's sophomore novel is a cute rom com.

    Wooing Cadie McCaffrey is light hearted on the surface but there are some heavy topics included such as dating a co-worker, breakdown in expectations and boundaries in a relationship and parental input.

    What I loved most about the novel were the laughs sprinkled throughout. While I found Turner's debut to be more appealing, Wooing Cadie McCaffrey delivers enjoyment and escape.

    My gratitude to publisher Revell for a complimentary copy of the novel. I was not required to post a review and all opinions expressed are my own.

  • Heidi Robbins (Heidi Reads...)

    This was an interesting book in many ways! We start at the end of the relationship between Cadie and Will- with a few well-placed flashbacks to help us feel the romance of their early relationship as well as experience some critical stages of decline. They seem so in sync, yet the miscommunication of such vital topics as expectations, marriage, and the future cause a rift between them- and they think it is for different reasons. I felt so badly for Will who is pretty much blindsided by the break

    This was an interesting book in many ways! We start at the end of the relationship between Cadie and Will- with a few well-placed flashbacks to help us feel the romance of their early relationship as well as experience some critical stages of decline. They seem so in sync, yet the miscommunication of such vital topics as expectations, marriage, and the future cause a rift between them- and they think it is for different reasons. I felt so badly for Will who is pretty much blindsided by the breakup, but admired his fortitude and determination to keep her in his life. The corporate setting brought a dynamic to the story showing how the professional lives of Cadie and Will intersect with their personal relationship. Powerful themes of regret, forgiveness, faith, and devotion are woven together with fun pop culture references, specifically from romantic movies, that make cameos as Will fights for the love of his life.

    (I received a complimentary copy of the book; all opinions in this review are my own)

  • Deanne Patterson

    This is my first read by Bethany Turner, hmmmm what rock have I been under?

    I will definitely be looking up her other book now.

    Cadie Feels unappreciated in her romance with Will. They have been dating for four years and there has been no proposal yet.

    Men can be pretty oblivious to our needs and wants in a relationship. They think things are sailing along smoothly but we as women need more, a little hand squeeze,a quick kiss,communication and definitely a marriage proposal if we've been with you f

    This is my first read by Bethany Turner, hmmmm what rock have I been under?

    I will definitely be looking up her other book now.

    Cadie Feels unappreciated in her romance with Will. They have been dating for four years and there has been no proposal yet.

    Men can be pretty oblivious to our needs and wants in a relationship. They think things are sailing along smoothly but we as women need more, a little hand squeeze,a quick kiss,communication and definitely a marriage proposal if we've been with you for four + years.

    Will is totally taken off guard when Cadie breaks up with him and it wakes him up to her wants and needs as they communicate better than they have in a long time.

    This book illustrates how a lack of communication leads to wrong assumptions. Several flashbacks show their romance in a more positive time as we get the feeling of how it was in earlier dating days.

    Some sweet laugh out loud moments along with serious topics this couple will need to work through.

    I am so glad I found this author's books!

    Published May 21st 2019 by Fleming H. Revell Company

    I was given a complimentary copy of this book.

    All opinions expressed are my own.

  • Lilian

    FTC Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts are my own and a positive review was not required.

    What a thoroughly entertaining and unique read! I have to say--in all my years of reading, I've never read anything quite like this.

    The characters, writing style, and general setting of the story are what really hit the nail on the head for me. Cadie McCaffrey, the main female character, constantly made me laugh and I definitely

    FTC Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts are my own and a positive review was not required.

    What a thoroughly entertaining and unique read! I have to say--in all my years of reading, I've never read anything quite like this.

    The characters, writing style, and general setting of the story are what really hit the nail on the head for me. Cadie McCaffrey, the main female character, constantly made me laugh and I definitely could think of a couple of times in the book when I thought "Wow, that's exactly what I would've done." She seemed to be a bit more of a pessimist (like me), but I really appreciated her way of talking to others about her problems instead of completely closing down.

    I've never read anything by Bethany Turner, but she definitely blew it out of the water with her fantastic writing skills! I'm typically not one for first person voice, but I absolutely loved it in this book. There are also two point-of-views in this book, which I also am not a huge fan of, but I think Turner handled it really well. I absolutely love all the modern-day reference the characters made as well--I think there was even a reference to a book that released a couple of months ago, which I was astonished by but loved! Her writing style was very refreshing for me to read and unlike anything I've read before.

    You might think this book completely fits the bill for a 5 star rating. However, there was one thing--content. Specifically, sex. There were so many mentions of sex in this story that I didn't even bother counting them. Granted, Turner didn't make it seem very sensual and detailed, but I still would never expect to even find a mention of sex in a book published by a Christian publishing house, and that completely disappointed me. The kisses were also plentiful and each of them quite detailed. There wasn't any explicit love scenes, but there was a scene leading up to one, detailed up to the point where the characters were taking off their clothes. In my opinion, that's taking it too far (again, especially in Christian fiction), so that's why I decided to knock off 2.5 bookmarks.

    Overall, despite this book stepping over a couple of boundaries, I enjoyed the read. It was funny, well-written, and a good tale. I would recommend this book to readers over 18 years old due to the content covered. 2.5 stars.

  • Callie

    I recently requested this book for review after reading the summary. I was looking for a light, fun read, and this book seemed like it might be it! I started it, and I loved it for about the first third. The characters were quirky and fun, the story was interesting. It was light and fun and exactly what I needed.

    Then it all kind of fell apart for me.

    I don't consider this a spoiler because it happens so early that most of the story takes place afterward, but if you want to be totally surprised y

    I recently requested this book for review after reading the summary. I was looking for a light, fun read, and this book seemed like it might be it! I started it, and I loved it for about the first third. The characters were quirky and fun, the story was interesting. It was light and fun and exactly what I needed.

    Then it all kind of fell apart for me.

    I don't consider this a spoiler because it happens so early that most of the story takes place afterward, but if you want to be totally surprised you might want to skip this review. After Catie is convinced that her relationship with Will is going nowhere, she is about to break up with him. But instead of breaking up, these two characters that were previously committed to saving intimacy for marriage end up sleeping together.

    With that, this story took a turn that I wasn't really expecting or wanting from this book. All of a sudden my light and fluffy novel was dealing with a pretty heart-breaking topic, and on top of that, it didn't even do it very well.

    I presume that these two characters were supposed to be Christians, because Cadie's parents are "famous for being Christians", and after she and Will sleep together they talk about asking God for forgiveness. But instead of taking this theme of repentance and forgiveness seriously, the author still seemed to be trying to make it light and funny. Cadie worries that if she and Will don't repent together, God won't actually forgive their sin, and I don't think this faulty understanding is ever really corrected, at least not to my satisfaction. On top of that, Jesus isn't mentioned in this novel once. Jesus's sacrifice for our sins is the only basis we have to even approach God to ask for His forgiveness, but He's not even mentioned. I don't actually expect a "Christian" novel to necessarily have to present the gospel, but on the other hand, if we are going to have themes of repentance and forgiveness in a novel, I want it done right. At least *mention* Christ! I was just very disappointed in the way it was handled.

    Other things that bothered me:

    1. Cadie's parents are a mega-church pastor father who throws around money on things like $155/ounce caviar, and her mother is a Christian/self-help TV show host who actually contemplates exploiting her daughter's failings on her show. I had a really hard time liking them, even though I got the feeling I was supposed to. I felt like the author was completely oblivious to the fact that real-life rich pastors who waste money on luxuries like this are actually a punch-line and even a source of disgust among non-believers (I know from personal experience), and there are alot of believers such as myself who find this kind of thing in real-life really inappropriate for a pastor. Maybe it was supposed to be funny, but I wasn't laughing.

    2. This novel is a good example of alot of things I am going to teach my daughters and sons NOT to do. DO NOT date someone for four years without ever having a frank discussion about whether you will be getting married (that's just not even wise for a Christian who is striving for purity). DO NOT expect your significant other to read your mind. DO NOT expect the guy you're dating to say and do everything perfectly right and get angry when he doesn't. DO NOT hinge your entire relationship on whether the person happens to look at you the right way. If your girl's parents won't give you their blessing to get married, maybe DISCUSS that with the girl you're dating. COMMUNICATE. I know these failings make for romantic-comedy gold, but I was particularly annoyed with how these tropes were handled in this book. Or maybe I've just been married too long to find some of these things amusing anymore.

    3. I didn't like how the idea of pregnancy outside of marriage was treated. After their one night together, Cadie worries she may be pregnant. She begs God to not let her be pregnant, and then finds out she's not. But then several times after that she thinks in relief "Well, thank goodness I'm not pregnant". This may be a reflection of how the Christian community has sometimes failed in supporting unwed mothers, but the way it was presented in this book rubbed me wrong. Children are always gifts, even in the middle of difficult circumstances, and I think Christians should treat them as such. I can understand not wanting to be pregnant in a circumstance like this, but I wish it wouldn't have been treated by Cadie like a baby would have been the end of the world. It might have been a realistic portrayal for how someone would feel in this situation, but it wasn't uplifting or helpful.

    4. I was really getting annoyed with Cadie. The girl could just not be pleased. At the beginning of the books she wants romantic-movie tactics, and then later when Will actually gives her that, she hates it and gets angry with him. She gets mad at him for not proposing to her, but she implied that she would only marry someone who had some money, and she won't just straight-up tell him she wants to get married. But then somehow it's his fault for not just knowing what she's really thinking. Will is treated like a clueless jerk, but once again, *he can't read your mind* Cadie. By the end of the book I was so annoyed I was having a hard time liking her.

    Overall, I think this book just confirms alot of the problems I have with modern dating attitudes, even (or especially) among Christians - like dating for way too long unnecessarily, and girls having expectations that are almost impossible for real-life guys to meet. And if I'm honest, I'm probably being a little hard on this book because it didn't deliver what I was expecting. Like I said, I was hoping for fun and light, but this book wasn't that, for me anyway. By the end, it had lost all humor for me and I was just really looking forward to it being over. It's a bummer, because I thought it started out so strong.

    Note: I received a copy of this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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