Recommended for ages 18 and up.
I am finally free.
This is my chance for a fresh start.
My chance to live the way I want to.
Boston is my destination.
Just when I think things are going to get better from here, I meet him.
He is the image of masculinity, with rough edges I would love to soften. Although I wonder what it would be like to be with a man like him, I know it would never work. But, I do know two things, ever since I met him, I’m happy and he makes me feel safe. Both of those things lured me into taking a chance. I mean what’s life without taking any chances? It’s not much of a life without the risk of getting your heart broken.
I imagine that for Malcolm Davis, falling in love with someone would be akin to a hurricane; anything that stands in the path of what he wants; gets demolished.
Well, I guess my theory will be put to the test.
*Please note that this is the same review that posted on the blog tour back in October of 2015. The link is included to the original post but since I reread this one prior to reading Finding Serenity I wanted to reshare this one with you. http://www.imasweetandsassybookwhore.com/search?q=finding+a+way *
I love reading dual POV’s. I think it helps us readers get a much fuller picture of what the author is trying to portray with their words. Ms. Black did a wonderful job of having the emotions her characters were feeling come across in her words. I cried more than once because of the emotions I felt, I smiled and at times I may or may not cussed out loud. Okay this is me we are talking about, I did cuss out loud more than once. This one really sucks you in and you can’t help but feel what the author wants you to feel.
I am really looking forward to the next book in this series, because if it is at the same level as Finding A Way is, then we are in for another amazing read. This right here is why I love finding new authors because when you do, especially when they are just starting out, feels like you are on the journey with them.