Wednesday, February 26, 2020

MF - Finding Him (Covet #2) by Rachel Van Dyken



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Blurb

A novel about a shattered family, broken hearts, and healing love by Rachel Van Dyken, the number one New York Times bestselling 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 fiancĂ©e 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?



Review 
My Rating - 4.5 Stars!

Rachel Van Dyken's Finding Him is a romance between two broken people who meet while escaping to find some solace. 

From the start, I was drawn into the story of these two famous people. Some forced proximity leads to a one night stand. Ends up they both find the other makes them feel good, both physically and emotionally. 

Seriously, this is one hell of an emotional read. One lost their love to cancer, the other to a sibling.  Both know loss and don't want to allow it to happen again. These are two people who know the frailty of life, and think about the unknown of death. The scene were he starts to help her is amazing. 

My favorite quote should be everyone's motto. 
"Let's just get through today, tomorrow will have its own worries."

The author does a great job establishing the conflict, all while taking these enemies to lovers to their happily ever after. 

Finding Him is ultimately a beautiful story of allowing yourself to move on with life. It's enjoyable as a standalone, but I would have definitely enjoyed it even more if I had read the first book. 



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