Sensational New York Times best-selling author Molly McAdams breaks bounds with this emotionally wrenching, heartbreakingly real New Adult novel of love, passion, guilt, honor, and infidelity.
Twenty-three-year-old Kamryn Cunningham has left behind a privileged, turbulent past for the anonymity of small-town life. Busy with her new bakery, she isn't interested in hook-ups or fix-ups. Then she meets the very sexy, 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. While 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?
©2014 Molly Jester (P)2014 HarperCollins Publishers
***received this audiobook for exchange for my honest review***
***review written for Books, Chocolate, and Lipgloss Audio Book Blog***
Kamryn Cunningham, the daughter of a wealthy family, has had her entire life planned out for her. Every detail from her clothes and hair, to the man she is expected to marry, her family has it planned. Having enough of her scripted life, Kamryn runs away and becomes KC, the bakery owner. Kamryn is happy making cupcakes, she is living her dream, and loving her reclaimed life. Everything is going smoothly until she meets an off limits married man, a man she can’t live without.
Brody Saco is broken, a shell of the man he once was, and in a horrible marriage Brody is stuck. Tragedy, guilt, and the desire to do the right thing has kept Brody unhappy and defeated. It was Brody’s desire to do the right thing that landed him in his loveless marriage from the beginning. Years later Brody is miserable, but doesn’t have the heart to end things with his wife, until he meets the one woman he can’t resist, Kamryn.
The pull between Kamryn and Brody is so strong it is impossible for them to ignore, and so they enter into a relationship full of secrets, heartache, and love.
What a story!! Consumed from the beginning, I could not get enough of Sharing You. Molly McAdams has a way of pulling you into her stories, and making you feel right along with her characters.
I absolutely adore Kamryn, she is so genuine, sweet and caring with her hidden southern charm. The passion she felt for Brody was addicting, and I found myself not bothered by his marriage, or the fact that cheating is wrong. I wanted KC to get her happy ending at any cost. Kamryn’s character was narrated by the amazing Emily Durante. Emily captured each of KC’s emotions perfectly from confusion and anger, to pure bliss, her emotions were transparent. As KC is from the south, Emily gave her an accent, making her character fun and kept me listening intently. I especially enjoyed her voice for KC’s best friend, Kinlee, she made the character fun and I enjoyed the interactions between the two.
Connecting to Brody’s character was a challenge to me. I felt he was weak and easily manipulated. I wanted to jump into the story and set him straight. I understood his situation and felt for his loss, but I wanted him to man up and do the right thing, to give Kamryn her happy ever after. Although I found myself frustrated with him at times, I really liked the man he became when he transformed from Olivia’s unhappy husband, to KC’s love struck sweet heart. Sean Crisden has a strong, deep voice. He knows how to get and keep your attention. Brody’s emotions shinned clear in Sean’s voice.
An all-around amazing story! Sharing you is full of wonderful characters, and takes you on a memorable journey.
This story is just like Molly's other stories, you can't put them down. You cry, you smile, you laugh and it makes you wanna be part of the story.
I was hesitant to listen to this because of negative reviews. Lots of people hate books about "cheating", but this story is an exception to that rule! Absolutely worth listening to!
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