Finding It Tour

By Cora Carmack
Published on October 15th 2013
Published by William Morrow Paperbacks
Source: Publisher
Sometimes you have to lose yourself to find where you truly belong...

Most girls would kill to spend months traveling around Europe after college graduation with no responsibility, no parents, and no-limit credit cards. Kelsey Summers is no exception. She's having the time of her life . . . or that's what she keeps telling herself.

It's a lonely business trying to find out who you are, especially when you're afraid you won't like what you discover. No amount of drinking or dancing can chase away Kelsey's loneliness, but maybe Jackson Hunt can. After a few chance meetings, he convinces her to take a journey of adventure instead of alcohol. With each new city and experience, Kelsey's mind becomes a little clearer and her heart a little less hers. Jackson helps her unravel her own dreams and desires. But the more she learns about herself, the more Kelsey realizes how little she knows about Jackson.

O... M... G... This book was AMAZING! Cora Carmack just blew me out of the water with this book. Every book just gets better and better. I was caught up from the beginning and hooked until the very end.

This book follows Kelsey, who wants nothing more right now than to just live. She's on amazing adventures with Daddy's credit card in Europe without a care in the world. She has a degree and money, but she wants more. Kelsey wants to say she has lived her life to the fullest. Enter Jackson Hunt. He's unbelievably handsome and mysterious and Kelsey is hooked from "hello." He takes care of her when he doesn't even know her and then sets off on a whirlwind journey with her.

I think Carmack touched on much more serious issues in this book than the previous two, but I think the overall attitude of the book seems a little lighter. It's literally a very, very fun read. Sarcasm, quick wit, sass. Carmack's writing has it all. And, her characters are completely lovable. I tend to get annoyed with characters who seem to have a ton of baggage hanging around, but not once did that happen with this story. I was completely enamored with them. Carmack has this ability to make the reader feel as if they are right there with the characters, living the story.

The entire story is told from Kelsey's POV. Her internal thoughts are absolutely hilarious! I thought that I would miss the duel perspective as in Faking It, but I enjoyed the sole view of Kelsey just as much, if not more.

Also, as I mentioned in my review of Faking It, these books are connected loosely, but you can pick up and read them without having read the others, so don't hesitate to grab this (and all of Carmack's other books)!

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