New Release and Review: Far Cry by Kate Canterbary


Return to Talbott’s Cove with a Steamy Rom-Com Standalone!

Title:  Far Cry

Author:  Kate Canterbary

Release Date:  August 27, 2019


Brooke Markham needs a man. A real good man.

But she’s not looking for a keeper. She’s too busy kicking ass, running an empire, and caring for her ailing father to spend time with men who want annoying things like relationships and commitment and…conversation.

Brooke knows what she wants and it’s not a future with the growly barkeep.

JJ Harniczek needs money. A whole lot of money.

He’s determined to launch his distillery, expand his tavern, and put Talbott’s Cove on the foodie tourism map. But there’s no way he’s asking Brooke for a dime. Not before he takes her to bed and definitely not after.

JJ knows where he’s headed and the blonde bombshell isn’t about to change that.

Not until she changes his entire world.


No one…and I mean NO ONE writes grumpy, growly men and smart, strong, kick-ass women better than Kate Canterbary.  This is the third book in the Talbott’s Cove series.  It can be read as a complete standalone.  Each book in the series is about a different resident of the town with their own complete story and HEA.  In this book we get JJ, the local bar owner and Brooke, the hedge fund manager who had to come back home from New York City.

Brooke and JJ grew up together in this small town, and while I’m not sure I would ever call them enemies, there is definitely saltiness between these two.  They communicate with taunts, insults, and bickering, and it is so entertaining how they bait each other.   Through much fighting and anger they come together in such an explosive way. Their chemistry both in and out of the bedroom is sizzling.

Equally amazing is the bloodless sisterhood of Brooke and Annette.  Their witty and snarky text conversations are some of my favorite things about this book. Their type of friendship and bond is what every woman needs in her life.   These two strong, independent women have nothing but love and support for each other.

This is one of those books where you feel immersed in the story.  Not only do you feel part of this town, but you feel all the emotions of these characters.  You want to move to this town and be friends with these people.  This story is the culmination of all of the best things about Kate Canterbary’s writing…growly men, strong women, witty texts, clever banter, steamy sex, amazing female friendships, and intelligent writing that will make you feel smarter by just reading the book.

If you’ve read the other books in this series, Brooke and JJ are everything you’ve hoped for and so much more than you’d expect.  If this is your first time reading this author, I cannot recommend this book or this author enough.  Read this book now!  Put all the others in your TBR pile aside and dive into Talbott’s Cove.  Once you’re done, go read everything else this author has written.  You will thank me for it later.

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Kate Canterbary doesn’t have it all figured out, but this is what she knows for sure: spicy-ass salsa and tequila solve most problems, living on the ocean–Pacific or Atlantic–is the closest place to perfection, and writing smart, smutty stories is a better than any amount of chocolate. She started out reporting for an indie arts and entertainment newspaper back when people still read newspapers, and she has been writing and surreptitiously interviewing people—be careful sitting down next to her on an airplane—ever since.

Kate lives on the water in New England with Mr. Canterbary and the Little Baby Canterbary, and when she isn’t writing sexy architects, she’s scheduling her days around the region’s best food trucks.

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