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Find You in the Dark Paperback – June 17, 2014
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A. Meredith Walters is the New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of New Adult novels including Bad Rep, Perfect Regret, Lead Me Not, and the Find You in the Dark series. Before becoming a full-time writer, she worked as a counselor for troubled and abused children and teens. She currently lives in England with her husband and daughter.
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I actually found it hard to sympathize with Maggie. At the start she was smart, strong and independent. The strength-in remaining steadfast-and independence I understand losing a bit of when neck deep in your first love. I think most of us can remember losing our sense of self during that first rush of hormones and emotions. Losing her smarts though, that annoyed me. The constant response of "I can't believe Clay could do this" or "how could he just move on"??
He was sick!!!
The portrayal of Clays struggle was spot on. The swings, the desperate need to cling to what he deemed as good, the irrational paranoia...yes to all. Her reaction after learning of his mental illness just came across as stupid. She would acknowledge it while simultaneously acting as though he was simply treating her poorly for no reason. No, he was sick. Even at the end when she says that he "moved on" and she would have to be ok with it...SPOILER...
He tried to kill himself and was committed to a psych ward!!! That usually takes longer than a month to come back from...
The book was well written, hence the 3 stars, but the lady lead left a lot to be desired
Maggie is the perfect daughter, who does great in school, is on the cross country team, and follows all of her parents rules. She lives a very scripted dull life. One day she is walking and literally walks into an unknown hottie. This changes everything for her. She is determined to know who he is, why he is here, and to become his friend.
Clay is the unknown hottie, who is quiet, self-kept, and untouchable. He lives in a darkness. He tries to not make any friends, but meeting Maggie opened him up to something new.
We are pretty much taken through the ringer of emotions, throughout this whole book. We learn about the struggles that Maggie and Clay go through. We learn about love, and how important it is for these two. But we also learn about mental illnesses.
This book was great. It is very intense and deep. I enjoyed the witty, sarcastic Maggie and the standoffish Clay. I rate this book with 4.5 stars. I am eager to read the next book in this series, to see where it takes us. The ending left me wanting so much more, with so many questions lingering.
Maggie has just started her senior year of high school and she is in a rut. Hr life is too predictable...same thing different day. All that changes the day she runs (literally!) into Clay. His reaction makes Maggie angry but she can not stop thinking about him. A few days later she sees him walking to his car after school and not knowing what has come over her, she strikes up a conversation with Clay. He shows a side of himself to Maggie that intrigues her. She begins looking for him through out the day in hopes of having more interactions with him. Then by chance, she stumbles into her favorite bookstore and there he is. They decide to go grab a coffee and as the saying goes the rest is history.
After that day in the coffee shop, Maggie and Clay begin spending more and more time together. But there are little things Maggie notices that seem off about Clay. His moods are all over the place. And he shuts down when she asks him about his past. The journey we are taken on as their relationship progresses is a bumpy one to say the least. At first, I truly believed that Maggie could help Clay. That somehow having that sweet innocence of first love would MAKE him want to be better. But it quickly became apparent that was not going to be the case. When Maggie began to change I knew that this relationship was toxic for her and she needed to get out. I believe it is the first time I have ever not hoped for that HEA for the hero/heroine (at least not at this point!).
I am hoping that as their story continues, Clay will be in a better place. I also believe that if Maggie and Clay stand any chance of finding their way back to each other, she must seek help too. She needs someone outside of her world to talk to about everything that happened. No one could endure all that and not be emotionally scarred in some way.
I will eagerly awaiting to read more of their story in the next book.
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