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Finding Him by Rachel Van Dyken

11 months ago


This was the story I didn't know I needed. Well, I knew I wanted it, but the story itself, I didn't know how bad I needed it.

This family has been through more ringers than you can possible imagine. This book though, I didn't know how much they still needed to deal with. These two characters both had gone through so much in their life and fate threw them together. Neither of them were prepared to find each other and when they did, it wasn't at all how you thought things were going to play out. I loved every word of this. I loved reading about these characters and diving back in and watching them both heal. I wasn't the biggest fan of Julian in book one. I mean, he wasn't my favorite person, but this book? You really see him in this book. You see behind the facade that he puts up and you get to watch him become who he should have been for years. Purely wonderful. Emotional and beautiful.

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Synopsis:

A novel about a shattered family, broken hearts, and healing love by Rachel Van Dyken, the number one New York Timesbestselling author of Stealing Her. Coming out of a coma was one hell of a wake-up call. While I was in the dark, my estranged twin brother, Bridge, had replaced me in the company I owned and swept up my fiancée in the takeover. With my ruthless reputation, can I blame them for falling in love? I have to look long and hard at where I’ve been and where I’m headed. Alone time? The universe has other plans. Our family’s secluded Vermont cabin comes with a gorgeous—if at first, unwelcoming—surprise. She’s renter Keaton Westbrook, a social media superstar struggling with her own private grief. As a winter storm bears down, we’ve found something to keep us warm—an intimacy neither of us expected and both of us need. After we say goodbye, what happens then? Keaton and I are longing to reconcile with our painful pasts. I can’t bear to do it without her. Is it too much to ask of fate to give us a second chance at life and love?