Broken Arrows Blog Tour


Broken Arrows by Chelsey Butler
Page Count: 174
Released Feb. 6, 2014 
Adult Romantic Fantasy 
Cari Harris lives what should be a charmed life. She owns a quaint bed and breakfast in a charming southern town, is surrounded by loving friends and family, and possesses magical powers. Most of the residents in Fable, GA, are descended from mythical creatures straight out of fairy tales, and Cari is no exception. As a descendent of Cupid, she has the ability to see when two people are soul mates and the power to make sure they fall in love. However, this power is sometimes more of a curse than a blessing, because Cari is also the town screw up. While hosting a murder mystery weekend at her inn, she tries to match a young couple and makes a huge mistake. Now she must fix her mistake before the guests leave at the end of the weekend, all while making a bigger mess of things along the way, in her typical fashion. As if Cari didn’t have enough to worry about already, her old boyfriend just moved back to town. Years ago, she forced herself to stop thinking about Mike, but now that he’s back, there is no avoiding him. It’s a small town and she keeps running in to him, no matter how much she hopes to avoid it. When she stumbles across some unexpected secrets, and Mike helps her with her current matchmaking dilemma, all of her feelings from the past come flooding back.

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The summary of Broken Arrows by Chelsey Butler was so intriguing, I just had to review the book. It was a whimsical, cute little read. I am glad I got a spot on this tour!

  • The town of Fable was so neat, it was a really unique concept. Although a tad bit cheesy, it was still a super cute concept.
  • Cari was fun! She owns a bed and breakfast plus is the offspring of Cupid. She was funny, inventive, a little aloof, but lots of fun as a main character.
  • The side characters, Roxy, Hope, Emma, Carter, and Mike were awesome. I loved learning how the little town worked and I really want to live there. I feel like I keep relating books to Hart of Dixie, but it definitely how I pictured the town.
  • I am so excited to keep reading this series, I could not get enough of it.
  • The story was so easy-going and fast-paced. I finished it in one sitting! 

  • The only gripe I have it that is ends abruptly. I literally thought I had to have a bad copy of the eBook. I read quite a few reviews on Goodreads that said the same thing, so at least I know I did get to read the ending, but seriously! I hope the second book comes out soon, because I have no closure!

 


About the Author:
Chelsey Butler was born and raised near Fort Worth, Texas. She still lives in north Texas with her husband and four daughters, but she rebels against the Texan stereotype. She loves God, her family, and all things involving books, and is a self-proclaimed nerd, a history buff, and vintage enthusiast. She also writes young adult fantasy under the name S.G. Tillery. Chelsey loves hearing from her fans and encourages them to find her on Facebook.

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https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/20750246-broken-arrows?ac=1

Giveaway:

$10 Gift Card (INT)

This tour was organized by CBB Book Promotions.


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6 comments

  1. I'm so glad you enjoyed this one! Thanks so much for hosting a tour stop and reviewing it!

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  2. I hate it when a book ends abruptly. Especially when you're reading an ebook and can't tell if there's anything missing! Murder mystery parties sound like so much fun, and I love the idea of mixing one with matchmaking.

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  3. This one sounds great despite the whole big cliffhangerish ending. I think I might just have to give this one a try.
    Thanks for stopping by my WoW
    -Kimberly @ Turning the Pages

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  4. this sounds like a very fun read and i'm curious about the ending! thanks for shearing Missie!
    Boyanna @ The Bookmaidens

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  5. I really love the sound of this. *adds to TBR*
    Brittany @ This is the Story of My(Reading) Life

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  6. Oh I didn't know this one but I confess that it's intriguing, mainly the unique aspect of the book. I always love that.

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