I See You – by Molly McAdams

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I See You by Molly McAdams

Paperback: 352 Pages 

Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks (November 1, 2016)

ISBN-13: 9780062442666

Synopsis: During one wild night in college, Jentry Michaels is a tidal wave of ink that brands Aurora Wilde’s soul. An unparalleled stain she can’t forget despite the many months that have passed—and despite the distraction she’d hoped she would find in her new relationship with Declan, the charmer who captured her heart soon after. Jentry has irrevocably touched her soul, and he is intertwined in her present and future in ways she never fathomed. Now Aurora is faced with keeping that night hidden though it feels as if the ink has indelibly etched their story across her skin.

When Declan is confronted with his own personal demons, Aurora must decide if she will continue to hold tight to their relationship and a safe, reliable future with him, or if she will turn to Jentry—the guy she can’t forget no matter how hard she tries.…

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Okay – I have to admit it; this is my first Molly McAdams book. I know, I know: What took me so long? The only answer I have: I DON’T KNOW! As a lover of new adult romances, I am disappointed in myself for not reading Molly McAdams books sooner – but I am so happy that I read this book!

This book, which is focused on the “love triangle” between the characters Rorie, Jentry and Declan is heartfelt and sucks you in like quicksand. While reading this book, I was completely absorbed with the characters stories and just wanted to read more and more. Rorie and Declan have been dating for a year, when Jentry, the man she spent one night with a year ago, walks back into her life. While she loves Declan, her attraction to Jentry is undeniable. What ensues is a complicated love triangle that creates a page turner of a book!

One criticism that I think a lot of people would have is about the relationship between Rorie and Jentry, as they spent one night together and then claimed to be madly in love. But Molly McAdams made this work. The connection between these two characters is so intense that it radiates off the page.

I am so happy I read this book and am now a definite fan of Molly McAdams. Now I just have to decide which book of hers I want to read next…

 
Rating: 9.5/10   

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