Free Read [Historical Fiction Book] ò To Get Me To You - by Kait Nolan ✓

By Kait Nolan | Comments: ( 620 ) | Date: ( Jan 24, 2020 )

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 home grown Southern comfort.Just a small townJust 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 home grown 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 , 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 unsweetened tea

  • Title: To Get Me To You
  • Author: Kait Nolan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 258
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Kait Nolan

I m a southern gal, Mississippi born and raised My nose stuck in a book is where I spent most of my days Chillin out maxin , relaxin all cool oh wait, I m starting to rhyme with the Fresh Prince theme song Sorry Seriously though, I love books I was a voracious reader, starting way back with Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys I moved from mystery to paranormal to romance to romantic suspense My writing tastes have changed over the years until I ve now dabbled in a little bit of everything These days the focus is on paranormal romance Whether kicking ass or spouting sass, the heroines I write typify the strengths of women both overt and discovered I love me some alpha heroes, but I always seem to gravitate toward telling the women s story.I m shooting to be traditionally published someday In the meantime, I m juggling a full time job in university level research, and two part time teaching positions that take advantage of my Master s degree in clinical psychology While I m waiting for my ship to come in and for some agent or editor to decide I m awesome than Stephanie Meyer, I m working on building an audience for myself one blog post, one tweet, one read at a time So, thanks for stopping by and listening And in case that cupcake made you hungry, you can also find me over at my cooking blog, Pots and Plots where I regularly share my favorite recipes And FYI, I never remember to check my messages here.

Comments To Get Me To You

  • WhiskeyintheJar/Kyraryker

    *For free on but author did alert me to the book asking if I'd review, so in full disclosure, sort of an ARC :) Norah works in a high powered, fast paced job in the marketing field in Chicago but when she finds out that her company has been lying to her and taking advantage of her honest nature, she is crushed. She loses her job and casual boyfriend when she refuses to lose her integrity and leaves to a small town in Mississippi to lick her wounds and visit an old college friend. Cam was on the [...]

  • Sharon Hughson

    This romance gets a solid 4.8 out of 5 stars from me. Nolan writes in a way that draws me into the story. Even though these character experiences were far out of my realm of experience, I felt them. I believed them. And now I know the characters of Wishful, MS, and I'm ready to return to the town again and again.It was interesting to me to start out with the male lead, Cam. I think that is more to introduce us to Wishful because it is as important to the story as any of the characters. Cam isn't [...]

  • Fallon Brown

    I so loved this book. And not just the main characters, although they were great too, but also all the supporting characters. I can't wait to read more in this series.

  • R.J. Groves

    A small town story This was my third Kait Nolan book - the first two were Meet Cute Wishful Romances that were short and sweet and I absolutely loved. But I have to say that I was a bit disappointed in how this book turned out. I felt that the concept was great - a highly motivated, career focused heroine meets small town hero and they work together to save the town. Sign me up! Unfortunately, the story focused more on the town-saving instead of the romance, which really made the story drag on i [...]

  • ~Mindy Lynn~

    KINDLE FREEBIE 6/17/17

  • Lizz

    What a promising start to a new-ish small-town series! Usually characters like Norah, the uber organized anal types drive me bonkers, but the author did such a nice job. I think that this book may have been a freebie - it was a ways back in my kindle, but I am going to hunt up the rest of the series.

  • n.r. lines

    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. 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 flagg [...]

  • Marielle

    This wasn't for me. It had some promise, a small town, a quirky family and a nice hero, so I picked it up as a freebee. The biggest miss for me was that the major element in a romance, the romance, was by far outstaged by the plot about saving the small town from the big bad megastore. It wasn't untill 10% into the book the hero and heroine met. The scene at the party was sweet and I couldn't wait for more, only to find out that those first weeks with the m baby steps in a relationship, the snee [...]

  • Samantha

    Well written and great storyThe Book was very well written. I lost myself in the story and didn't want to put it down. I love the town of Wishful and can't wait to return.

  • Susan Hancock

    Great readCaught me quickly and pulled me in. A mixture of smart moves and sexy romance. It was my "cruise book"rfect!

  • Brooke Hudson

    I enjoyed this book so much! I initially purchased the ebook version when it was offered for free on , 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 econo [...]

  • Becky Claxon

    Norah is a high powered professional working in marketing and public relations for a company in Chicago. She is dating the owners son and on her way back from a trip, she sees what a big name company that she helped promote has done to the small town they moved into. It was everything she told the town that would not happen. She confronts her boyfriend and finds out that he knew about everything from the beginning about the deceit and so did his father. Norah is appalled that their morals are so [...]

  • Elena Johansen

    I've complained in the past that I hate romances where the characters have unrealistic amounts of free time because they have jobs that they never seem to actually do.I've just encountered the opposite problem. Norah may have lost her job, but she definitely still has ambition and a calling--she just puts her real life temporarily on hold to help her best friend's family save their small Southern town from financial crisis. And Cam runs his own small business while also serving on the city counc [...]

  • Diane

    I absolutely loved this book and I'm thrilled to know that there are many more books featuring the delightful small town by the name of Wishful. As we're introduced to big city career girl, Norah Burke, she suddenly finds herself desperately needing to visit her college roommate who happens to be a cousin of Campbell Crawford. Cam is a city councilman in Wishful about to go to war with the big box store that wants to ruin the town he grew up in and Norah is just the person to help him do it. Thi [...]

  • Nadine

    DNF it’s by no means bad, just not my styleI think someone younger might enjoy it (I am 42). But it’s just not my thing. Oh, it’s sweet and light and it oozes Southern charm! But I just couldn’t get into it. A lot of people are introduced right at the beginning. So many names to remember. Too many people to keep track of. I really struggled to get into this story. Norah is nice enough, Cam is nice enough; ‘it’s not you, it’s me’. I found it boring, slow, superficial, and maybe ju [...]

  • Irene S

    Finding What You are looking for in Wishful….Norah, a marketing professional, flees to Wishful Mississippi to visit her best friend after being fired from her job because she had moral objections to her company's practices. Instead of a peaceful visit, she ends up caught up in holiday activity and Cam's fight against a big box store coming to town. Norah and Cam strike a friendship and sparks right away. I love every trip that I make to Wishful, MS. This is no exception. You can't go wrong wit [...]

  • Kristen Lewendon

    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 u [...]

  • Susan Carroll

    Oh the agony of wanting these characters to stop throwing boulders in their road together. Lovely characters I want to see as a permanent couple. The White Christmas musical brings them together to help save the theater, and their lead roles keep them in each other's arms. Such a fun story with a great plot. Nolan's writing is so clever and natural. What a joy to read. Wishful is a perfect location for love.

  • Ann-Maree Howarth

    I very much enjoyed my first Kait Nolan book and the characters and story had me interested from the start. I could not put the book down read it all in one day and fell in love with "Wishfll" the small town. It was an easy read with enjoyable and humorous dialogue and characters that you felt at home with. Loved the authors style of writing and will be looking for her other books. It is a very relevant plot subject with a common problem for small towns not just in America but also in Australia [...]

  • Jeri Denniston

    I'm a fan of Kait Nolan books. I love her Wishful series as well as her others. She develops her characters and the settings to the point you can just visualize them. Each book centers on two key characters but she builds enough into the others that you just want to learn more about them and see how everything turns out. She grabs your attention from the first page and keeps it. If you like romance novels, these are great reads!

  • Whitney

    I have been provided with a copy of To Get Me to You by the author for an impartial review. This is the first full novel in the Wishful Romance series and I absolutely loved getting to Norah and Cam find their way to each other. This book just had my emotions all over the place and it had me on the edge of my seat to see what would happen next. I can’t to read more by this author.

  • Angie Hackett

    This was an interesting read. It was well written too.That said I did struggle at times with this book. Sometimes it was the characters being idiots and sometimes it was the book itself getting bogged down with the intricacies of the plot or being a bit technical in it's reading. Overall this is an ok read and worth getting invested in if you like solid romance with hard work.

  • Ardon

    Bringing life back to a communityThe story of a strong talented woman seeking direction after losing her job in an unscrupulous company. The loss of the appeal in small communities is a universal problem. Creative use of talent and drive can make a fascinating journey. I love this book for hope and working together to bring a town back to life and love to flourish.

  • Mary Stockwell

    Good read I enjoyed reading about the challenges and politics of small towns in America now. It's really sad to see what has happened to so many of them. This is a feel good sweet romance.

  • Cynthia

    WonderfulWhat a great beginning to a series. They didn't get to meet till she came to see her friend again after losing her job. They treat her like family. Between the two they need to save his hometown.

  • Kimberley Capel

    Thoroughly enjoyed this book. I discovered it for free on Bookbub, and love going back to small - town Wishful every time a new instalment comes out.I liked that the characters had jobs and families that actually required their time and input, like real life!

  • Jeanne Abbott

    Great romanceSmall town meets big city. Loved the battle of David and Goliath between Norah and the big box store. And how the small town came together. Can and Norahs story is so good. Can't wait to read the next one and see how Wishful is doing.

  • Rose Heimrick

    Heartwarming modern love story.Timely view of small towns struggle to survive in changing financial times. Good mix of romance and clever maneuvers to handle threat of outside influences on the local economy. Well paced and good character development.

  • Laurel

    Satisfying ReadI definitely recommend reading this book if you like small town series with good characters and storyline. I want to read more.

  • Carmen

    I love series that hook you then show the journey of he other characters you have grown the live.

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