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I have been a fan of K Ryan s for some time now and Finding Emma met and surpassed my expectations I find all of the author s characters to be relatable and complex Love the story The message this book sends is so fucking on point SO FREAKING GOOD I can t talk about it without being spoilery but Emma s journey is hard, challenging, and life altering Her world has literally been destroyed and her ability to trust has been demolished She s timid, aloof, skittish and skirting on the outside edges of life for a damn good reason When a stray cat climbs his way into her life, she feels hope for the first time in over a year Which terrifies the ever living fuck out of he The message this book sends is so fucking on point SO FREAKING GOOD I can t talk about it without being spoilery but Emma s journey is hard, challenging, and life altering Her world has literally been destroyed and her ability to trust has been demolished She s timid, aloof, skittish and skirting on the outside edges of life for a damn good reason When a stray cat climbs his way into her life, she feels hope for the first time in over a year Which terrifies the ever living fuck out of her But it feels so good and so innocent that she can t stop herself from wanting just a little bitof that feeling.The analogies that could be made between Emma and the cat were not lost on me The cat is just the beginning of Emma s journey that includes finding a way to trust, hope and love again Emma spends a good portion of this book hiding and closing her eyes and wishing that the shitstorm would disappear but it doesn t.AND FINN my god He is the perfect book boyfriend in every single possible way that phrase could turn for you He.is.everything hugs kindle a little Finn hasn t exactly had his own perfect set of circumstances, but who has Which is completely the point Finn s strength, resolve and love is everything Emma doesn t think she deserves, but everything she needs I absolutely wanted to shake Emma at times, but I could also understand why she was terrified to do anything but hide Finn s just a really fucking good guy You ll love him promise.The greatest part about this book is that it feels so real The characters are believable, as is the plot This story has the feels, the romance and the every day moments that are bound to make you swoon FINDING EMMA should be finding its way into your hands immediately 4.5 stars I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review This review looks prettier on my blog @EPUB Á Finding Emma ⛈ For the last year, Emma Owens has been quietly detached from everything and everyone Desperate to escape the demons that chased her out of her hometown, she s learned that life here in Milwaukee is just less complicated and less tragic when it s a one woman showIn the span of one week, everything about her carefully orchestrated solitude comes crashing down Then again, she can t really ignore the scratching coming from her patio door or the hungry, pleading grey eyes reflecting in the moonlight Those four little white paws and that tiger striped fur thaws some of the ice keeping her heart on lockdown and she s attached before she knows what hits her Emma doesn t have any better luck ignoring another pair of eyes, and her new neighbor, Finn Matthews, with his shy persistence and a painful past of his own, slowly chips away at the rest of the ice trapping Emma in her insecurities and her lonelinessTaking a chance on her new roommate and her next door neighbor opens a door she d previously slammed shut the door to a new lease on life and the right to forgive, to fight back, and to heal And the craziest part about it It all started with a stray cat She was lostand he found her Finding Emma is a full length, standalone contemporary romance Due to language and some sexual situations, this book is not intended for readers under Received a copy of the title in exchange for an honest review.4.5 5 stars full review can be found at mignon mykel reviews on 10 27I absolutely loved Emma and Finn I loved her fear of cats, and Oliver s insistence on loving on her I loved her caring brother who tried to keep tabs on her in the big city which, I suppose next to her small town you could sneeze in and miss, Milwaukee is big, but I wouldn t necessarily go big city I loved Emma s need to find a way for herself after a Received a copy of the title in exchange for an honest review.4.5 5 stars full review can be found at mignon mykel reviews on 10 27I absolutely loved Emma and Finn I loved her fear of cats, and Oliver s insistence on loving on her I loved her caring brother who tried to keep tabs on her in the big city which, I suppose next to her small town you could sneeze in and miss, Milwaukee is big, but I wouldn t necessarily go big city I loved Emma s need to find a way for herself after a fairly big scandal and then Finn s protective instincts to help her.I loved Finn and his quiet sides I loved his guitar side and his quirky side and his altogether great personality and I totally agree with the Rodgers number on a Matthews jersey, friend I even loved Slinger and his crazy redhead self For most of the beginning of the book, as a reader you really see in Emma s head It kind of makes the story take a slow start it s not until she meets her new neighbors that the story started to pick up The beginning is riddled with inner monologue but the girl also talks to herselfand to the cat she doesn t want, but I totally relate to that as I recently had a full conversation with one of my two cats earlier this afternoon I loved how real Emma was.If there were ever a quiet male lead that really pulled me in, it may just be Finn I loved watching him fight for Emma even when she pushes him away These two have some personal demons they need to work through, and the journey they together was lovely to read.The full message in this story is so real, so true and while the author states she, herself, hasn t experienced it, she has colleagues who have so she was able to draw on what she felt as well as what she learned from them Kudos, Ms Ryan this may only be your second book, but I ve loved them both and look forward to so much Those eyes they were thieves Stealing my breath, stealing my resolve to keep my distance, stealing the axis my world rested on and tipping it sideways.I absolutely love the idea of this book To be honest, I have not read anything like this at least the last time I checked I m amazed in how K Ryan managed to write this piece of awesomeness Anyway, this book focuses on Emma Owens she s desperately running away from the demons that chased her out of her hometown For the past year, has b Those eyes they were thieves Stealing my breath, stealing my resolve to keep my distance, stealing the axis my world rested on and tipping it sideways.I absolutely love the idea of this book To be honest, I have not read anything like this at least the last time I checked I m amazed in how K Ryan managed to write this piece of awesomeness Anyway, this book focuses on Emma Owens she s desperately running away from the demons that chased her out of her hometown For the past year, has been detached from everyone and everything that is before a stray cat decided to reside in her patio and before a new neighbor, Finn Matthews, came into the picture.Over all, I had a great time reading this This is a vanilla porter gem in a sea of 90 minute double IPA if you get what I mean wink.Full review interview at the bookdragon 4.5 starsEmma left her home town because of the demons She is know in Milwaukee working at a diner Emma gets home and gets a text right away from Noah, she regrets giving him her schedule She finds out from her neighbor that they are going to be getting new neighbors Emma comes home from work to find a big truck blocking the way to the building Later she is sitting by her screen door talking to her cat, there was a knock at her door and it was her neighbor inviting her over to the tailgate 4.5 starsEmma left her home town because of the demons She is know in Milwaukee working at a diner Emma gets home and gets a text right away from Noah, she regrets giving him her schedule She finds out from her neighbor that they are going to be getting new neighbors Emma comes home from work to find a big truck blocking the way to the building Later she is sitting by her screen door talking to her cat, there was a knock at her door and it was her neighbor inviting her over to the tailgate and house warming party She doesn t like to go out, she would much rather be home and listening to music, watching TV and talking to her cat Finn and Slinger s party was very loud and she wasn t happy about that because all the noise got her cat to run off, what she didn t expect was that Finn would catch him and bring him back Emma runs her own blog, she hasn t been back to where she grew up in a long time, doesn t have a good relationship with her mother, she is very quiet.She lost her father when she was 10 years old Finn is Emma s neighbor, he works as the accountant and marketer at Matthews Brewery Co His family owns this business Marshall s roommate Marshall aka Slinger is Finn s roommate he is the bartender manager of the tap at Matthews Brewery Co Noah is Emma s older brother, will do anything to protect Emma, he is married to Cristina and he is going to be a father Cristina is Emma s sister in law, she is Puerto Rican She is also very nice person and she doesn t want to see Emma hurt Max is Finn s dad, he runs the Matthews Brewery Co with his brother Mara is Emma s friend, works with Emma Always invites her places when she knows that she is going to be turned down This is my first book by K Ryan and I can honestly say that this book will not be my last I loved this story it s very well written and the characters are very well developed Got a rec for this book from the KA forum and am SO GLAD I did I m not sure if it was all the references to the Packers the Lambeau scene was spot on and Water Street where I ve spent an evening or ten , or if it was the depth of emotion that was practically bleeding off the pages, or if it was that adorable cat.aw hell, it was all three And it made this former Milwaukee girl s heart so happy, I would give it 12 big stars for you know who I m missing home, but I m happy A definite Got a rec for this book from the KA forum and am SO GLAD I did I m not sure if it was all the references to the Packers the Lambeau scene was spot on and Water Street where I ve spent an evening or ten , or if it was the depth of emotion that was practically bleeding off the pages, or if it was that adorable cat.aw hell, it was all three And it made this former Milwaukee girl s heart so happy, I would give it 12 big stars for you know who I m missing home, but I m happy A definite re read This book was very interesting and I love the theme of ethics of cyber civil rights along with cyber bullying which explain the moral, social, political, moral and educational which can start debates The heroine created a bond with the readers on her journey of growth, maturity, and learning to accept herself The reader will have a lot of emotions with laughing, crying, cheering, and cursing. As a voracious reader, you do find yourself clicking better with some books than others as some you fall in love from the first page, whereas others can take a wee while to get into and for me Finding Emma was one of those reads where I struggled with the book We first met Emma when she gets home and she is reading a text from her brother Noah, whom we can guess from the interaction she tries to avoid From this part, we can guess that Emma has had an awful experience from her growing up with t As a voracious reader, you do find yourself clicking better with some books than others as some you fall in love from the first page, whereas others can take a wee while to get into and for me Finding Emma was one of those reads where I struggled with the book We first met Emma when she gets home and she is reading a text from her brother Noah, whom we can guess from the interaction she tries to avoid From this part, we can guess that Emma has had an awful experience from her growing up with the family and it has caused her to run away and start a new life without them Somewhere where she can just be left alone to her own devices and no one knows about her past, so it can stay hidden Of course, as readers know and in reality too the past never stays hidden and oftenso in books the past comes back in tenfold and can knock us flying and make us feel like we are losing control and this is what happens to Emma The other thing we know by reading books is that there is normally an event or a person of the opposite sex mostly the latter that will be the cause of our unravelling and eventually with a whole lot of up s and downs will help us confront that past and if we are lucky the main character will end up with this person and the book will finish with an HEA ending In Finding Emma that guy is Finn her new neighbour , the catalyst and changing point though is a lost stray cat which was a different twist, which I did like If you are in the mood for an Edgy New Adult Novel with a Self Discovery Journey storyline , then check out Finding Emma by K.Ryan today I received an ARC of Finding Emma in exchange for an honest review.The beginning starts out with a girl having an internal battle with helping a stray cat She seems terrified to open her screen door and let a stray cat in her home, oressentially, into her life The girl is in a self inflicted exile from her co workers, hometown, even her family.Eventually we learn that the lonely girl is Emma, running from her humiliating past.Then we meet her new neighbor Finn Finn is recovering from I received an ARC of Finding Emma in exchange for an honest review.The beginning starts out with a girl having an internal battle with helping a stray cat She seems terrified to open her screen door and let a stray cat in her home, oressentially, into her life The girl is in a self inflicted exile from her co workers, hometown, even her family.Eventually we learn that the lonely girl is Emma, running from her humiliating past.Then we meet her new neighbor Finn Finn is recovering from his own humiliating past resulting in his anti social behaviour similar to Emma s Together they will wade through their troubled pasts and exorcise demons.Finn s wingman is Slinger, whom I just LOVED You know that quirky friend you have that had no filter but is fiercely protective That s Slinger.Emma and Finn connect through their loved of music Once they get over the awkwardness they both feel, they re magnetic Finn is kind, warm, generous, funny, and ready to overcome his emotional hurtle to be with Emma.Emma evolves in her story, she starts out shy, skittish, and had this wall up around her entire life Which, she has good reason When someone you care about has betrayed your trust not Finn Don t get your panties in a twist it s hard to rebuild that trust you have IN YOURSELF It s hard to give yourself over to someone new Imagine handing someone the shattered pieces of your heart because that s literally the only thing you have left to give Ms Ryan gets to the core of insecurity and helps both her characters put their faith in another human being.Emma, in the end, picked up the metaphorical sledgehammer and knocked down her own walls She decided enough running, enough pity, enough apologizing She got angry and decided to do something about her unfair treatment Emma became a modern day hero, a hero like in her history books, she decided enough was enough I loved meeting her and getting to know her Watching her grow was a privilege.The best thing about Ms Ryan is the time she takes to allow her characters to develop She also did this in her debut novel Carry your heart which is aaamazing, you should check it out So when you re finished with her book, you feel like you ve made life long friends Friends you miss and reminisce about long after the story is over BE SURE YOU READ THE AUTHORS NOTE PAGE Kings of Leon use somebody Alessia Cara here STOP CYBER BULLING AND CYBER SEXUAL ASSAULT