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To Get Me to You: Wishful Romance, Book 1

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Will a city girl and a small town boy find love in this David vs. Goliath story with a side of grits?

An engaging small town romance novel that will appeal to fans of Candis Terry's Sweet, Texas, Jill Shalvis' Lucky Harbor, and Ava Miles' Dare Valley.

Just a city girl, living in a lonely world.

Displaced Steel Magnolia Norah Burke doesn't know the meaning of failure. But when she threatens to blow the whistle on some shady business practices at her Chicago marketing firm, she gets fired fast as all get out. Licking her wounds, she heads back below the Mason-Dixon for a little homegrown Southern comfort.

Just a small town boy.

With his iron-clad Mississippi roots, Councilman Cam Crawford is a man who values tradition, preservation, and the love of a good dog. When a big box warehouse store tries to capitalize on his hometown's economic downturn, it seriously burns his biscuit. He's not about to let anyone's ambition destroy what he holds dear.

A David vs. Goliath story with a side of grits.

This unlikely pair just might be the perfect allies - in war and out. But as the battle to stop GrandGoods heats up and sparks of attraction turn to something more, will Norah's bigger-picture perspective go with Cam's "keep it as it is" attitude? Are they meant to be like biscuits and gravy? Or are they just as wrong as un-sweet tea?

©2014 Kait Nolan (P)2017 Kait Nolan

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    brandy 06-20-17
    brandy 06-20-17 Member Since 2015
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    "Great book"

    I loved this book it kept me interested and was a great love story. I can't wait to listen to more books from Kait Nolan

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Romance Lover 11-17-17
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    "A Terrific Audiobook for a Great Story"

    I love romances set in the South, and love it even more when the author is from the region in which the book takes place. Indie author Kait Nolan does not disappoint with her authentic setting and her engaging cast of characters. I am always a little worried when listening to an audiobook version of a story I love but Amy McFadden brought the denizens of Wishful to life in an entertaining and authentic manner! As I listened to the story I felt I was right there with Nora and Campbell, witnessing their story all over again.

    Wishful is a small Mississippi town, struggling under the weight of a broken economy. No one feels this weight more than councilman Campbell Crawford as he leads the charge to retain the small town charm that has defined Wishful for decades and boosting the town's flagging economy. Norah Burke is good in her marketing career in Chicago, very good, but when her morals and her company's less than ethical business practices collide, Norah finds herself in Wishful, needing the comfort and refuge that only her Southern roots can provide.

    Romance sparks over midnight kisses, and the town heats up over the promise, and threat, of a big box store setting Wishful in its sights. If the corporate suits have their way, Cam and Norah know the things that make the town unique are the very things the town will lose to Big Business. Can Cam convince the town that there are better ways to boost the town's economy without losing the small town charm? And will high power executive Norah be willing to stay once the fight is over? You'll have to get the audiobook to see. I promise you will not be disappointed!

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    fitnessbeachgirl4life 11-16-17
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    "My first audio book"

    While I haven't quite finished the book, am in love with my first audio book!! I received this audiobook as an ARC, but the opinions in this review are my own! Am loving another story about wishful! I love Cam and Nora's story! I especially love Nora, having also been career oriented and not looking for love, but then finding it!! :) I wished I had heard Nora and Cam's story before Sandy's, but also loved that as well! Definitely looking forward to my next audio book! It's been great to listen to on my walks! I completely forget how far I'm walking because I've gotten absorbed in the story! Thanks again for another great story Kait Nolan!! <3

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    Bewitch324 11-15-17
    Bewitch324 11-15-17
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    "Fighting the good fight in Wishful..."

    I enjoyed this book so much! I initially purchased the ebook version when it was offered for free on Amazon, and loved it so much that I ended up purchasing every book I could find in this series! The story is set in a southern small town, Wishful, and the town is as much a character in these books as any of the people. I think one of the things that makes all the books in this series so good is that while Wishful is idyllic and I DEFINITELY want to go there (wink), it’s not perfect. There are economic issues, there are less-than-perfect residents, there are challenges. It makes Wishful more real, and it digs it deeper into your heart. This book IS a small-town romance but it isn’t JUST a small-town romance…it’s a David and Goliath story and it’s a standing up for what you believe in story and it’s a small business marketing inspiration story and it’s a story of self-acceptance and recognizing when who you are at your core is good enough—this book hits on many levels! Norah is a big city marketing executive with southern roots who goes to Wishful to visit a beloved friend after her career takes an abrupt turn and hits a brick wall. Cam Crawford is a Wishful resident and city councilman with southern roots so deep he breaks out in hives when he leaves the city limits. I loved that this was a slow build, but there was a lot happening even though Cam and Norah were fighting their attraction. Norah is a strong character, and I was rooting for her to shine, and I loved her evolution through the story—she knows she’s amazing, but she doesn’t necessarily get that she can be amazing without the high powered career she always expected she’d have. Cam is strong and quietly wonderful. I loved his conviction and confidence and commitment to what he believes in. Watching them grow together was a joy. Wishful is full of lots of fascinating characters that add to the depth and completeness of the story. I so wanted to go sit and have coffee with these people—and I don’t even drink coffee!!

    When I discovered there was going to be an audiobook version, I was very happy. I do a lot of driving and LOVE good audiobooks. A strong narrator can elevate a not-so-great book and a poor one can destroy a really good book. Thankfully, in this case, you have a really well written book and an excellent narrator. Amy McFadden masterfully manages a multitude of characters, keeping their voices (and personalities) distinct and consistent. I felt her choices were good for each character’s sound. One challenge with listening to an audio version of a book you’ve already read and loved is that you have their voices already in your head—if the narrator doesn’t sell it properly, you can feel disconnected—but Amy McFadden nailed her narration. Obviously the voices are different in her voice than in my head, but her narration is convincing and strong and absolutely worked for me. At almost twelve hours, this is a nice long audiobook and I found myself hearing details that I’d missed in my initial read of the book. If you haven’t read the book, you’re in for a treat. I think this audiobook is an even bigger treasure and a great way to meet the residents of Wishful.

    I received an advance ARC of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review. I loved this book, both written and audio versions and HIGHLY recommend them.

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    Kady Weatherford 11-15-17
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    "What a great audiobook!"

    I am a fan of Kait Nolan's and when I heard she was releasing an audiobook I had to try it and it did not disappoint! Amy's narration was perfect for the setting and tone of this book and it really helped to create a different way of connecting with the Wishful series. I can't wait for more to be added, this is a wonderful collaboration!

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    hmm 11-15-17
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    "love this story"

    I've never listened to an audio book before. I honestly wasn't sure what to think when I realized the whole book would be narrated in one female voice. I've read the book itself, so I knew the plot and everything, but I actually enjoyed it, the audio version! It took longer to get through, because I was more limited time wise (in the car, etc) as opposed to actually reading it, but I will definitily check out more audio books in the future (especially if they're Kait Nolan books)

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    Renee 10-23-17
    Renee 10-23-17
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    "Mixing business with pleasure"

    Cam and Norah are two strong individuals. Can they work together to help Wishful? Can they make a permanent love connection or will outside forces pull Norah back to the city? Love this series.

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    Kristen Lewendon 10-12-17
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    "I have fallen in love with Wishful"

    I have fallen in love with Wishful and all of the inhabitants. It's a living, breathing place to me, filled with people who are truly characters. I loved the level of detail that went into creating this little, southern and all the people that live there. I expect to drive south one day and meet Cam and Norah on the street with Hush and their 2.5 children in tow. This story is so sweet and funny. I can't wait to read more. The sweet southern charm of Amy McFadden's voice narrating made this an utter delight to listen to.
    I received a complimentary copy of this audio.

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    Heather B 10-09-17
    Heather B 10-09-17
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    "The first step/book of an amazing series"

    I am a huge fan of Kait Nolan and this is the story that started it! To Get Me To You is the first in the Wishful series. It's tastefully told and sets the stage with an amazing cast of characters. This is one of those stories that will have you falling in love with not only the characters, but also the town where those characters live. Sweet southern charm slips from these pages giving a truly lovely dynamic to this tale.

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  • Rachel Burke
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    "Pleasantly surprised."

    I am not a big fan of audiobooks. I have found that if I don’t like the sound of the narrator immediately then I can’t listen to the rest of the book. That being said I was pleasantly surprised with this audiobook. The story was read clearly, the accents were wonderful and I could easily differentiate between the different characters. I found myself doing my housework with my phone in my pocket and a smile on my face.

    Finally, this is a wonderful story. I love these characters, the plot and the narration. If you haven’t heard of this author I would definitely recommend this story. You won’t be disappointed.

    I received an ARC of this audiobook and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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