Born and raised in the frozen tundra of Wisconsin (Packers Nation for all you non-football fans), Caylie fell in love with reading at a young age. With her lively imagination, she created numerous stories in her head throughout her childhood and teenage years.
Her first novel, Choose Us, released in April 2014 and became an Amazon Bestseller. Parting Chances is her second novel and first in the Fighting Chance series.
When she isn’t slaving away at the keyboard, Caylie is an avid reader, and lover of coffee… copious amounts of coffee. She also has an unhealthy addiction to coffee mugs, chapstick, water bottles, football, and tv shows—binge watching is her favorite.
She chases her two kids around the house all day, and has a husband whom she adores.
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by Caylie Marcoe
Two years ago, Riley Logan agreed to go on a reality dating show with her best friend, Travis Grayson.
She didn't expect to fall in love with him.
One year ago, Travis asked Riley to marry him.
She said yes.
Now in the days building up to the wedding Riley and Travis navigate through the finishing touches.
A bachelorette party Riley is sure to never forget.
And the day they finally become one.
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Love and Decay, Kane's Law
on Dec. 28, 2013
So, I always thought Kane wasn't as bad as he seemed while reading L&D... that was up until Episode 12.
Then I wanted to see him get run over by a bus with his head getting smashed under the tire... POP!
Seriously, I hate, hate, HATE him now.
With that being said, I was excited to get into his head - especially when we first met him (when I still thought he was a good guy deep down).
But this was hard for me to read. I just kept going back to what was going to happen at the end of the season, and I just wanted to grab a gun and shoot the man. Seriously, so pissed off at him!
It was great getting into his head - and if this had come out shortly after Episode 5 came out, I would have LOVED it - but like I said, it was so hard to get past what happens in the future.
Anywho - seeing how he ticks was great. I knew I was right when deep down he is a closet good guy - possessive as hell, but he just wants to be loved.
Overall I loved it, but I still want to see him get run over by a bus.