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- Print Length: 318 pages
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- Publication Date: March 25, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00T0VFNRA
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #557,157 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I love watching characters grow. As they mature, we get to see them tackle a bit more serious issues. In this book, yes, there is romance but at the same time it tells the the story of a man struggling with PTSD. This story is well written and at times raw with emotion. A great addition to a wonderful series. I look forward to the next one and would strongly recommend this book to everyone.
and of course nothing starts out easy.
Start out with Sarah, a country girl from Alabama, who dreams of getting her graduate degree in psychology, while working on degree, she will be interviewing men and women who had treatment at the VA. She is determined to do the best job, always a top student.
When she first arrives at the graduate housing, she wasn’t happy that she had to carry everything upstairs and of course a good looking guy comes along and helps, wow he seems like the perfect man. They are even going to be doing their graduate stuff together at the VA. Sounds like she has found her dream man, or so she thought.
When she comes out of the office after interviewing the Doctor she is going to be working with, she sees a man… is he real? Wow, it must be a dream, a mirage.
As Michael enters the office of Dr. Wright he sees her, is she real? Wow if must be a dream a mirage. Michael has his own issues suffering with PTSD, and other problems from the war. He saw her but didn’t meet her at this time, but she is his dream girl.
This story is written so well, I could feel for everyone in this story. The characters are well developed and it is just such a fascinating story that it is hard to put down, I didn’t even want the story to end. I loved they way she brought up domestic violence, PTSD and other issues, these are so important and also shows that it can be helped. I felt this story touched on a lot of emotions and shows about the other people involved as well.
If you want to read a great story, and emotional story, a love story, a heartbroken story and more, this is it. I won’t tell you anymore but this book left me feeling hopeful when it was done.
Find Me in Manhattan is a book for everyone! Shealy James gives readers a story that has a little bit of everything: drama, mystery, romance, and comedy. The ending is tied up nicely, but I can't help but want a second book to see where the characters go.
Michael is a veteran who is being treated for the post-traumatic stress syndrome he suffers following a deadly IED attack on the convoy in which he was riding. He experiences flashbacks, night terrors, fear of enclosed space, including the cars he builds, and is terrified of the prospect of a relationship.
They meet while Sarah is collecting data at the VA on the outcomes of psychiatric treatment that is provided to veterans. They are immediately attracted to each other, although both resist the attraction and refuse to acknowledge its existence.
The story is about each person’s attempt to overcome debilitating self-doubt.
Michael suffers from severe survivor’s guilt, having survived the attack while others did not. He suffers self-doubt taught be his father when he was young.
Sarah struggles to be an independent person who follows her own mind and heart rather than doing what she is told to do, whether it is by her father, by Michael, or by some other boyfriend.
The story is told in the first person, alternating between Sara and Michael. It is interesting to see the different takes on the same events and to see how people can interpret things in very different ways. This is a good story with good writing, and I enjoyed it very much.
David Burnett for the Kindle Book Review.
I received a copy of the book in exchange for a fair and unbiased review.
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The story is slow and never picked up. Michael is a war veteran of which Sarah is counseling. He has PTSD for what he believes is his fault for the deaths fellow comrades while on... Read morePublished 12 months ago by shela
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Find Me in Manhattan is a poignant, gripping love story filled with pain, uncertainty, and doubts. Read more
This was an interesting reading. It was good and crazy. Jameson is a character and for Sarah to have to be made to go the the police to report him, she should've taken it upon... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Moniqua Sexton
This is the third book in the Finding Series, but I will note it stands well on it's own. Shealy James brings us the story of Sarah, she is from a small southern town, she has had... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mel
This story was my first by Shealy James. The cover and blurb on Netgalley intrigued me so I thought I'd take a chance on something new. Read morePublished 15 months ago by TeriLyn
I received a ARC of, Find me in Manhattan by Shealy James
Sarah's greatest wish is to become a psychologist, she gets accepted to Colombia and moves to Manhattan. Read more
Lana I liked her she was a great friend to Sarah, "I’m sure you do. You all right? You want some ice for your face? Whiskey? A punching bag? Read morePublished 15 months ago by andrewsheath
A romance that grows slowly and blossoms into one that is real and believable, all the while its suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat, turning the pages at a crazy speed. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer