Blog Tour: Finding Her Way Back by Heather Van Fleet

Welcome to our stop on the FINDING HER WAY BACK tour for author Heather Van Fleet. Tour is hosted by YA Bound Book Tours, click here to see full schedule. 

Finding Her Way Back
Escape #1
Author: Heather Van Fleet
Reading Level: New Adult
Genre: Realistic Fiction | Romance
Released: October 2014
Review Source: Blog Tour

Meet Callie, a chubby-sexy nineteen-year-old girl who fears high heels, commitments, and has a love/hate relationship with her running shoes. Nine months of college down the drain and all she has to show for it is her freshman thirty.

But alas, life has other crap plans for her--one that includes a strict regiment of "do this and do that" from her she-devil sister, all while trying to avoid the unavoidable. The unavoidable being Ky: the ex-best friend-turned-sex god who lives across the street.

Meet Ky; a nineteen-year-old wanna be country music singer and a boy-turned-man who still wears a proverbial skateboard around his neck from wasted high school days. When Callie returns home, he realizes that she's exactly the muse he's been missing all this time.

Now, if only she can stop running long enough to find out where their love could lead. FINDING HER WAY BACK is a new adult novel about finding love while learning how to love yourself. For all the chubby-sexy girls who tend to feel invisible, this one's for you!

This book was really good from the beginning to the very end. I really felt sorry for the main character of this story. She was nineteen and chubby. She just started college and went home for the summer to catch her boyfriend cheating on her. This caused her to gained a lot of weight, and think about dropping out of college. Plus she was hiding a secret that ruined her family and she doesn't want to relive it or have to go back home and see her family.

When Callie gets home for the summer she ends up getting called nasty names from her sister telling her she is really fat and ugly and she is going to look like a beach whale in her wedding. Callie is sad and just wants to break down and cry but she knows if she does then her sister will start picking on her again. Callie is coming home bringing stuff to help her sister with in the wedding when her dog attacks her and in swoops a handsome man that she notices as her hot next door neighbor that use to be all grungy and loved to skateboard. Boy he grew into his looks alright. Right then and there is when the book really takes off. You feel sorry for Callie throughout the whole book because sometimes you can relate to her in some ways.

There is a lot of things that go on in this book but I really don't want to tell you about one thing that is the really important in the book because its all tied together some how in the book. I highly recommend it to anybody, but be careful because you might feel like you can relate to Callie some how in this book.

About the Author
Midwestern native Heather Van Fleet lives in a small town on the Iowa/Illinois border. She’s a wife to her hubby--and high school sweet heart--Chris, as well as a mom to her three little girls, Kelsey, Emma and Bella. When she’s not obsessing over her fictional book characters, cooking dinner, or running around chasing her crazy kiddos, you can usually find her with her head stuck in her Kindle, sucking down White Chocolate Mochas like they're water.

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