Show Me How by Molly McAdams – Review

Show Me How


After her first love was ripped from her grasp four years earlier, Charlie Easton was sure she would never be able to trust anyone with the shattered pieces of her heart again. That is, until Deacon Carver forces himself into her life, and makes those pieces swirl in chaos. But Charlie doesn’t know how to let him in… until a stranger stumbles upon a notebook filled with her innermost secrets, and shows her how.

Deacon Carver is known for sleeping his way through the town of Thatch, as well as the surrounding cities—something he used to take pride in. But that persona has haunted Deacon ever since he decided to leave that life behind for the girl he wants more than anything: Charlie Easton.

But when another girl falls into Deacon’s life, allowing him to be himself without judgment for his past, will their conversations hinder his relationship with Charlie … even if he’s never seen her?



4 Stars

I could not put this one down. This was a beautiful story and I enjoyed every word.

My Thoughts

This is the last book in the Thatch series and should be read in order, but I’ll be honest I went in without reading more than the synopsis of the other books and it did not make a big difference to me. I honestly loved this story. Molly McAdams can write an incredibly beautiful story and also rip your heart out. I am happy this book did not feature the second. It had its emotional and tough moments, but it was so well written and so perfect that it made the story richer instead of reducing me to a snotty mess surrounded by a pile of tissues.

A review copy was provided by Edelweiss for an honest review.

Reading Order and Buy Links

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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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