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Sharing You: A Novel Paperback – July 1, 2014
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How can love be so right and yet feel so wrong?
Twenty-three-year-old Kamryn Cunningham has left behind a privileged, tur-bulent past for the anonymity of small-town life. Busy with her new bakery, she isn't interested in hookups or fix-ups. Then she meets the very sexy—and very married—Brody. Though she can't deny the pull between them, Kamryn isn't a cheater and she's not good at sharing.
Twenty-six-year-old Brody Saco may be married, but he isn't happy. When his girlfriend got pregnant six years ago, he did the right thing . . . and he's been paying for it ever since. Now, his marriage is nothing but a trap filled with hate, manipulation, and blame—the remnants of a tragedy that happened five years earlier. Although he's never broken his vows, he can't stop the flood of emotion that meeting Kamryn unlocks.
Brought together by an intense heat that is impossible to resist, Brody and Kamryn share stolen moments and nights that end too soon. But is their love strong enough to bear the weight of Kamryn's guilt? And is Brody strong enough to confront the pain of the past and finally break free of his conniving wife?
About the Author
Molly McAdams grew up in California but now lives in the oh-so-amazing state of Texas with her husband, daughter, and fur babies. Her hobbies include hiking, snowboarding, traveling, and long walks on the beach . . . which roughly translates to being a homebody with her hubby and dishing out movie quotes.
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1. It deals with adultery and cheating (sort of); Personally I don't mind reading about the subject matter, it doesn't matter to me. The book doesn't try to justify it, however there are reasons why things happen. Ultimately though it does deal with that.
2. The book has angst, so if you love angst, this book has plenty.
3. The characters (Brody and Kamryn) are sweet, loveable, engaging. My heart to them (well except for Olivia).
4. Why couldn't have Brody seen through her, after awhile I just wanted to slap him and tell him to move on faster.
5. The book is a stand alone, has no cliffy and a HEA.
I liked/enjoyed the story! Great book!
Brody is a police officer in the tiny Oregon town of Jeston. He lives with his wife Olivia, however to call what they have a marriage would be a inaccurate. They were once high school sweethearts and when Brody left to join the Army, Olivia was a convenience when he came home. But when she tells Brody she is pregnant, he does what he feels is right and asks her to marry him. When a tragic accident claims the life of their child, Olivia will do anything within her power to manipulate Brody into staying with her, even though she has no desire to actually be with him and her parents can’t stand him to boot. When he happens to meet Kamryn at his brother Jace’s house for a party, he is instantly taken with her, and the feeling is mutual. Problem is, he’s still married and any time he feels compelled to break it off with Olivia for good, she will do something once again to manipulate him.
Kamryn, after having bet on the ponies for quite sometime before fleeing Kentucky, has a healthy nest egg to get her life set up for her in Jeston. She buys a condo, a car, and a bakery. She is living the dream as KC, the owner of “KC’s Sweet Treats”. Kinlee, her best friend and purveyor of the boutique next to her bakery, is always trying to convince KC to start dating, but she just doesn’t feel comfortable yet. However when she literally runs into Brody at a party, there is no denying the attraction between them. They can’t fight the attraction and decide to take it slow, but the chemistry between them is just too explosive and slow is no longer an option.
Ms. McAdams, as usual, does an excellent job of making the characters relatable and the storyline flows easily. Sharing You is a fast, easy read. It is somewhat typical of NA romances in that there is plenty of angst and instalove, however because there is cheating involved, it might not be everyone’s cup of tea. I will say though, the relationship between Brody and Olivia was beyond salvation, but a vow is a vow, and I’m sure there are many that will agree.
My biggest issue with the book however is the way that the character of Olivia is portrayed. Several times Brody referred to her as being bipolar. If you follow my reviews at all you know that mental health is a big issue for me and the way it is often represented books. How Olivia acted in the book is like a child, not someone with real mental illness, and to call it as such left a bitter taste in my mouth. Contrary to popular belief BD is not like flipping a light switch between moods. Maybe there are cases out there like that, but for the majority, that is not the case.
For me it was a solid four stars. I loved the characters and the relationships that they developed, especially the friendship between Kamryn and Kinlee. I’m definitely looking forward to the next book in the series.
Brody was living, no he was not living, the life he should have been. His son died in a tragic car accident and Brody has carried that guilt as a punishment for his death. Olivia didn't help things either. She made Brody's life a living hell and blamed him constantly for murdering her only son.
Then one day KC runs into him literally and that brief moment is where this story gets good. I will not go into the dynamics of their relationship except that you have to understand the back story of Brody to fully appreciate this story.
Molly McAdams has done another terrific job of writing such an emotional story. There were sooooo many times I wanted to shout out to Brody to wake the heck up and realize what Olivia is doing. Or tell KC to leave Brody and not look back. Only to turn around and say Get those thoughts out of your head KC because Brody loves you.
I did not know this story was based off true events that happened to someone Molly's husband knows personally. I would like to just take a moment and say thank you to them for allowing Molly to tell their story. While I am sure some things were added to make it more drama intense but then again maybe it really did happen exactly like the story unfolded. If so, damn you two had some major family issues. Either way, thank you for sharing your story with us.
Let me start by saying I love Molly McAdams and loved, loved Capturing Peace. I wasn't prepared for this story about Brody and Kamryn at first and actually read the book twice. See, Brody's in a loveless marriage and I happen to think his wife is crazy and that he should have left her a LONG time ago but alas, because he's married, I guess you could say this love triangle is also an adulterous one. When I finished the first time, I was angry at Brody for not trying harder with Olivia. But when I read the book a second time, I realized that sometimes staying in a marriage out of obligation because you want to help someone isn't what is always best for you or for them.
I don't normally even fathom reading book triangles that have adultery in them... don't know why, it's just not my thing, I still would recommend this book to everyone.
Don't rust through the book though. Read it, read between the lines, and try to understand where Brody is coming from. Where Kamryn is coming from. Even Olivia. I still loathe Olivia though. In the end, the book is worth it. It moved me, it got me thinking, and in the end, I was entertained.
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I like how it went though the book. Love the names
The protagonist, K.C.Read more