Tag: Molly McAdams

Dec 07
{Review} I SEE YOU by Molly McAdams

{Review} I SEE YOU by Molly McAdams

I See you is a new adult standalone contemporary romance by Molly McAdams. I have not read any of Molly’s other books, but when I heard that she was the “queen of the love triangle” and that I See you was “… one of the most memorable love triangles in fiction since <i>Twilight</i>” I was super pumped. I knew I had to check it out. I really enjoy a good love triangle. And here is the thing- I really liked I See You. I thought the romance was beautiful and emotional and very, very moving. And I liked the love triangle….but it was not my favorite love triangle in the world. Don’t get me wrong though, overall, I See You was a very good read. The story is told in multiple points of view and multiple timelines. The story reverts back and forth between the present and a past event that helped to shape and form the love triangle. I didn’t mind the narration style at all. I found it… Read more »

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Dec 08
{Review} When We Met by @ALJacksonauthor @MollySMcAdams @AuthorTiffany King @Christina_Lee04 @BerkleyRomance

{Review} When We Met by @ALJacksonauthor @MollySMcAdams @AuthorTiffany King @Christina_Lee04 @BerkleyRomance

Yes! Thank you New Adult gods for more anthology books like When We Met! This is my very favorite kind of anthology. When we met is an anthology that follows 4 college roommates. Each of the stories is the story of how one of the ladies met their great guy. And the stories happen sequentially. So, for example, the third story is Courtney’s tale, and in it you will find reference to Misha and her guy, Darren as well as Indy and her beau Kier. Each of the roommates kind of dance around in the background of their friends stories and I love watching different authors simultaneously create their own story and characters, while working flawlessly with other authors stories and weaving them into the background of their story. It makes reading anthologies so much more fun, in my opinion. Instead of a collection of sometimes disjointed feeling stories, the common household creates a bond and theme for the book. I don’t even know that I can pick a favorite story…. Read more »

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