When Katie Met Cassidy is a sweet exploration of sexuality and identity: EW review

When Katie Met Cassidy is a sweet exploration of sexuality and identity: EW review


We gave it a B

When Katie Met Cassidy follows two distinct women – traditional Southerner turned plucky New Yorker, Katie Daniels, who has just been dumped by her fiancé, and sexy, androgynous Cassidy Price, who makes a meal of wearing men’s tailored suits and putting notches in her bedpost. The two seem an unlikely pair, but over the course of Camille Perri’s novel find their way to each other in fits and starts.

While Perri’s tale is a romance, it lacks some of the requisite heat and deep yearning that make for the best entries in the genre. Cassidy and Katie are both richly drawn women, their hurts and insecurities painted in vivid detail – but it can be a bit difficult to see why they are a good fit for each other, which the two even

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