After a horrific breakup with Dylan Sloan, the bad boy of the Dixon High Swim team, Charley Rice loses the confident swimmer she once was. Her best friend, Cash Montgomery is the only one who truly knows what happened that night and is a constant source of strength. After a summer of questioning who she wants to be, Charley decides to put the past behind and leave the small town of Grassy Pond to stand on her own two feet again.
Charley’s life comes full circle when her freshman year comes to an end. Will Dylan be in her past and Cash in her future? Or will Dylan continue to be an eerie constant in her life?
Full Circle Series is a great new adult series for anyone new to Casey Peller. It’s an old fashioned love story that really begins in high school when Charley and her hottie mctottie neighbor are friends through thick and thin. Then Dylan enters the picture and things go bad. Unable to deal with the events, Charley leaves home and heads off to find herself at college, but there is a dark cloud of danger that follows her. On the surface she seems like a typical happy college girl, making friends, but missing those she left at home. The series has some bad boys, but there are some serious southern hottie mctotties to get your blood boiling. Two of those are her best friend Cash, who is there for her through everything. He is the only one who knows her secret, besides bad boy Dylan, and he won’t let Dylan hurt Charley again. Charley was a bit over dramatic at times, but she was dealing with a lot of emotions and changes in her life. It isn’t until she goes back to swimming that she really truly starts to heal from what Dylan did to her. That is when she finally decides to fight and take back her life! I was sad to see this series come to an end, but felt like it was a great journey of learning how to overcome, adapt and trust again. I give Full Circle Box Set...
Casey Peeler grew up and still lives in North Carolina with her husband and daughter. Her first passion is teaching students with special needs. Over the years, she found her way to relax was in a good book.
After reading Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neal Hurston her senior year of high school and multiple Nicholas Sparks' novels, she found a hidden love and appreciation for reading.
Her perfect day consists of water, sand between her toes, a cold beverage, and a great book!