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Book Review: Casey Of Craneberry Cove By Susan Kotch

picture of the book found on Amazon

Book Review: Casey Of Cranberry Cove By Susan Kotch

One of the best love story's for teens I have ever read a great summer romance the Character Casey Whitman  Fall in love with a Guy of the summer and of course he is a guest that is just visit for a few weeks.

Will Casey's Love bring fireworks are will it being heartbreak or sadness? read the book to find out more.

This book does talk about teen  situation Like parting drinking and love but other then that it is a really good book.

Is a very good book that is a  and is a wonderful book.
The Author  Susan Kotch  did an amazing job on the story and I just loved the cover it is beautiful. 

This book would make for a wonderful birthday or Christmas gift for anyone that likes a good book and enjoy reading. 
It is a must-read you should differently read this.

This book has  230  pages  best ages for this book is 5th-12th Grade.

Thank you Susan Kotch for writing this Book it made me feel like I was there with the character in new jersey I will have to visit New Jersey someday.

The Author Susan Kotch and me have become great friends over the years we are pin pals and enjoy writing to each other. I got to interview her on my blog as well I will post that link below this post.

Yes you can find this book on amazon here is the website to the book. 

Here is her Interview.



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