Release Blitz with Review: Love, Cass by Stephanie St. Klaire




Love, Cass by Stephanie St. Klaire

A Brother’s Keeper Companion Novel

September 5, 2019

Family Life Fiction/Women’s Drama Fiction




Love, Cass is a heart wrenching story about life, love, and loss. Loosely based on true life events of Author Stephanie St. Klaire, Cass is a relatable story guaranteed to make you look at life through a different lense. In this emotionally charged roller coaster of events, Cass represents life in fiction as she achieves triumph over tragedy, even in death. Stephanie shares her inspirational tale of victory with symbolic representation as she says goodbye to the girl she once was…through Cass. 

As requested by Brother’s Keeper fans, here is the companion novel for Liam…

There’s something they don’t tell you about fairy tales. Happily ever after isn’t promised. Happy forever? Now, that’s a thing… 

I met my Prince Charming right out of pigtails and just before that point where boys stop being icky, and they just smell bad. Before I knew it, we went from best friends growing up to a whirlwind romance full of dream come trues. We were planning a forever that every love-soaked romance novel tries to recreate. I was living the ultimate romantic love story – skipped the frog phase and went straight to full blown prince. My life was perfect – until it wasn’t…

I’m dying. The fairy tale just changed a bit, didn’t it?

I can’t leave until those left behind know how to live their happy forever…without me. I won’t get the forever with them, but they’ll get a forever with me.

I’m Cassidy O’Reilly…and this is my story.





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I have a grand life with everything I planned and dreamed for…but it has an end date.

Love, Cass is a powerful, very emotional companion story to the Brother’s Keeper series. It has its happy times, its sweet times, most definitely it has sad times. I don’t know how anyone could read this without crying. It showcases a dying women’s strength during the most difficult time a person could face. Cass poured her heart and soul in making sure her love ones were set for almost anything and everything in a future that she would no longer be a part of. This novel really showcases the talent of Stephanie St. Klaire. It’s about real life – the pretty and the ugly, the highs and the lows, the healthy and the ill. Thank you, Stephanie for listening to your Brother’s Keeper fans. We needed Cass’s story told and you delivered big time. You also gave a huge part of yourself to us and I, for one, am humbled. Well done!

Reviewed by Comfy Chair Books/Lisa Reigel (August 29, 2019)

ARC provided by author and also bought by reviewer



Stephanie St KlaireStephanie St. Klaire debuted in 2016, launching her writing career with Rescued, the first book in the widely popular, five book series known as McKenzie Ridge. Stephanie is a Pacific Northwest native currently living in Oregon with her husband, five children, and two ferocious lap dogs.

As a writer, Stephanie brings realistic circumstances to the pages, and fills them with real emotion, reactions, and outcomes. Her characters are passionate, have bold personalities, and full of life. She writes happily ever after’s, with plenty of twists, turns, drama, and of course, steamy romance.

Stephanie has always been a story teller, with the gift of “gab”, and a life-long goal to be a writer. Unfortunate circumstances with her health, finally afforded her the time to do so. Irony at its best, she began writing her first novel at an adverse time, to escape her circumstance and explore the stories in her imagination for relief. She is happy to share those stories with her readers, and bring a little fun, entertainment, and of course smexy characters to the pages.

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