Finding My Way

Beaumont Series, Book 4
Narrated by: Nelson Hobbs
Series: The Beaumont Series, Book 4
Length: 9 hrs and 4 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4.5 out of 5 stars (132 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Liam Westbury has the world at his feet. He's the quintessential golden boy. He's the superstar quarterback for Beaumont High. His girl, Josie, is head cheerleader. He has his choice of colleges just waiting for him. Except he's suffocating from all the pressure he's under and no one understands.

Liam Page is the heartthrob he never wanted to be. He's successful, smart and in demand by record companies and his adoring fans. Music is his passion, his love, but something's missing. His nights are lonely and he longs for the girl he left behind. Seeing her in every face in the crowd haunts him with the knowledge that she hates him. Going home has never been an option until now.

Be there when Liam Westbury becomes Liam Page and follow the highs and lows of the quarterback turned rock star as he finds a way back to Beaumont in this prequel to Forever My Girl.

©2014 Heidi McLaughlin (P)2018 Tantor

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Ick ick nasty

This is a prequel of a cute story. Told from Liams perspective and most of the story I was shaking my head bc this Teenager was seriously messed up. I would hope someone he loved aka Josie would have notice his struggle! Then he goes and rebels; acts out doing stupid shit. If his Grandma wouldn’t have died I think he would have learned a better way to love and move on. It took him 10 years of doing stupid shit and a death of a friend to return to his hometown. Onto the next part which I’m glad I read first, if I read/listened to this first I wouldn’t have returned to the series. Glad Liam grew the Fuck up in Forever My Girl.

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The first three books were much better

What happened? The first books in this series were sweet and happy. Granted they were predictable, but at least there was a plot. This book has nothing but a shallow main character who wants sex constantly (which feels creepy, like listening to teen-soft porn) and then feels sorry for himself. Couldn't finish the book because the main character became sickeningly whiney. Disappointing after I enjoyed the first 3 books of the series

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Not my favorite in the series

How can I say this kindly? This book puts us inside the mind of a hormone driven, narcissistic, entitled teenage boy who is positive the whole world is against him. It’s exhausting. It takes FOREVER for Liam to grow up. Truly, I couldn’t figure out why Josie loved the teenage Liam. I actually wish I hadn’t read this book. I liked Liam a lot better before I read it... but it did fill in some gaps in his history. And the narration is perfection.

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Great Prequel idea!

I was not happy with the way Heidi had Liam leave . And to make him gone for 10 years! But after reading this prequel it all made sense. He was a very confused and pressured teenager. Good job!