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D her lonelinessTaking a chance on her new roommate and her next door neighbor opens a door she’d previously slammed shut the door to a new lease on life and the right to forgive to fight back and to heal And the craziest part about it It all started with a stray cat She was lostand he found herFinding Emma is a full length standalone contemporary romance Due to language and some sexual situations this book is not intended for readers under. Got a rec for this book from the KA forum and am SO GLAD I did I'm not sure if it was all the references to the Packers the Lambeau scene was spot on and Water Street where I've spent an evening or ten or if it was the depth of emotion that was practically bleeding off the pages or if it was that adorable cataw hell it was all three And it made this former Milwaukee girl's heart so happy I would give it 12 big stars for you know who I'm missing home but I'm happy A definite re read

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Finding EmmaFor the last year Emma Owens has been uietly detached from everything and everyone Desperate to escape the demons that chased her out of her hometown she’s learned that life here in Milwaukee is just less complicated and less tragic when it’s a one woman showIn the span of one week everything about her carefully orchestrated solitude comes crashing down Then again she can’t really ignore the scratching coming from her patio door or the. This review was first posted on For The Love of Fictional Worlds as part of the Blog Tour hosted by Indie Sage PR Disclaimer I don’t usually post spoilerish reviews but I am making an exception for this beauty of a book HOLY MARY MOTHER OF GOD That’s the exact reaction I had when I finished this book Exact same one verbatim at my workplace where I was sneaking in some reading time because I couldn’t complete this book the night before when I should have been completing my paperwork Didn’t really endear me to my supervisor but really who cares I just freaking had my life changed by iPad Ma’am If you are reading this I love my job and I need my job Please don’t fire meThere are some books that when you read a blurb you feel that this will be just one of those reads that I will like but it will never be one of those reads that you will love coming back to And that’s the exact same feeling I had when I read the blurb of this book I thought there is a cute animal two protagonists a feel good romance with the pet playing a central role that just might tug at my heartstrings but not make it bleed I need to sue my instincts ‘cause I am really ashamed that I pegged this book really wrong When I was done with the book all I could keep thinking was “How could I have been so wrong How could I have even thought that this would be a mediocre book I think I might have been temporarily insane to think that THIS book could in any way be just a romance”Finding Emma starts off slow that I have to agree It also starts off giving the impression that it will be a mediocre book with the exact same plotline like almost every other romance story out there but it isn’t I swear to Lucifer it really isn’t “I think I would’ve done anything he asked in that moment I would’ve given him anything told him anything he wanted to know if only he’d just keep looking at me with this acceptance”Emma is a recluse who works in the corner café and runs a blog on beauty tips – but it wasn’t always so She was a History Teacher and she absolutely loved her job and yet a traumatic incident a scandal rocked her world and she left everything behind Emma is real She is you She is me She is every single female who has ever found herself in a situation where she had to defend her honor her integrity and her character and find herself to be lacking through no fault at all of her own She is the female in us who fights to be independent to have her own identity yet has to temper down herself to be accepted or even to be considered an upstanding member of a hypocritical society Finn Mathew is a man who has been broken in his young life for heartbreak leaves its brand of scars He isn’t looking for anything he isn’t looking for love but most of all he isn’t looking for Emma Yet he finds her and the good guy that he is treasures her Finn Mathew is your father He is your brother He is an epitome of every single man who spits in the face of misogyny He is that man who loves every single part of you even the bad ones He is the man who fell for your scars first and your smile later He is the man who has accepted your baggage and thinks it’s his privilege to carry it with you He is the man you turn to at night with full belief that you will never ever be turned away Finn Mathews is the love of your life “I could do and say anything in front of him embarrass or lay myself bare and he wouldn’t care It was as if the past didn’t exist and with him there was only now It was as he’d judged me from the moment we met but hadn’t found me wanting Hadn’t tried to push me into anything I wasn’t ready for He’d given me space followed my lead but somehow shown me a different path at the same timeA new possibility A new chance There was safety in Finn Mathew’s presence I never thought I’d ever feel again”It is very hard to understand where this story takes a turn to reality where it stops just being an adorable relationship you coo over to the one where it becomes a part of you It isn’t just the writing that’s the best part of this book though the writing is flawless it is the fact that the characters the plot every single part of this book gets under your skin before you even realise it had happened and now there is a itch the kind that makes you think about reality when all you want to do is bury your head in sand K Ryan is a new author to me an author that now I can’t help but respect and adore because it takes special kind of talent to make readers face a harsh reality under the guise of something as inconspicuous as romance

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Finding Emma Read & Download î 108 ã ❮Download❯ ➹ Finding Emma ➾ Author K. Ryan – For the last year Emma Owens has been uietly detached from everything and everyone Desperate to escape the demons that chased her out of her hometown she’s learned that life here in Milwaukee is jus For the last Hungry pleading grey eyes reflecting in the moonlight Those four little white paws and that tiger striped fur thaws some of the ice keeping her heart on lockdown and she’s attached before she knows what hits her Emma doesn’t have any better luck ignoring another pair of eyes and her new neighbor Finn Matthews with his shy persistence and a painful past of his own slowly chips away at the rest of the ice trapping Emma in her insecurities an. Received a copy of the title in exchange for an honest review45 5 stars full review can be found at mignon mykel reviews on 1027I absolutely loved Emma and Finn I loved her fear of cats and Oliver's insistence on loving on her I loved her caring brother who tried to keep tabs on her in the big city which I suppose next to her small town you could sneeze in and miss Milwaukee is big but I wouldn't necessarily go 'big city' I loved Emma's need to find a way for herself after a fairly big scandal and then Finn's protective instincts to help herI loved Finn and his uiet sides I loved his guitar side and his uirky side and his altogether great personality and I totally agree with the Rodgers number on a Matthews jersey friend I even loved Slinger and his crazy redhead self For most of the beginning of the book as a reader you really see in Emma's head It kind of makes the story take a slow start; it's not until she meets her new neighbors that the story started to pick up The beginning is riddled with inner monologue but the girl also talks to herselfand to the cat she doesn't want but I totally relate to that as I recently had a full conversation with one of my two cats earlier this afternoon I loved how real Emma wasIf there were ever a uiet male lead that really pulled me in it may just be Finn I loved watching him fight for Emma even when she pushes him away These two have some personal demons they need to work through and the journey they together was lovely to readThe full message in this story is so real so true and while the author states she herself hasn't experienced it she has colleagues who have so she was able to draw on what she felt as well as what she learned from them Kudos Ms Ryan this may only be your second book but I've loved them both and look forward to so much