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Review: I See You by Molly McAdams


Futures are uncertain, unpredictable—like ink spilled across the purest surface. Nearly imperceptible ripples move and flow until a unique stain is formed. The ink is permanently imbedded in the surface…

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.…

My Review

“Jentry was a weakness. An addiction. One my body and soul would never be able to get enough of, but one I would have to fight against in the coming weeks and months…who knew how long. Because no matter how much we needed each other, needed this, there were other things far more important than us that needed to be addressed and cared for first.”

“I tried to forget that night…I tried to forget you, but somehow you embedded yourself so deeply into my soul that in just one night, that forgetting you–forgetting that night–was impossible. I don’t need a lifetime with you to know that no one and nothing will ever compare to what’s between us.”

“She was light and I was dark. She was bliss and I was man dying. Need was too weak of a word to describe what was coursing through me.”

I See You is a beautifully written and captivating story. As someone who is honestly not a fan of love triangles, I will be the first to admit that I try to steer clear of them when it’s possible. But, there is just something about Molly McAdams writing that makes me want to read her stories. I know her stories are going to be tough. I know they are going to pull at my heart and send my emotions flying all over the place. Knowing all that, I still can’t help myself from picking up and devouring her books.

I See You is told from multiple points of view and is a stand-alone read. Jentry and Aurora meet by chance and spend an amazing night together. A night that many would forget, but seared itself into their souls. Aurora couldn’t forget about Jentry, but didn’t know his name. And when she decides to go searching for her mystery man, she finds Declan instead. Declan was everything that Aurora could ever want and need. He was perfection and stole her heart….That is until fate had other plans and Jentry blew into town with a twist that no one ever saw coming…..

I See You is one of those stories that just pulls at your heart and makes it impossible to choose sides. It is a story about love; the different types of love. It is a story about fate and circumstance. It is a story of soulmates and a love that will never die. Aurora, Jentry and Declan’s story is in no way an easy one. It is filled with lots of emotion, frustration, family drama, love and heartache. Their story will have twists and turns that you won’t see coming. You will be on the edge of your seat, wondering how it will all play out in the end….Molly McAdams, you have written another beautiful story and I can not wait to see what journey you take my poor heart on next.

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, via the publisher and Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review* 

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