Rorie has the perfect relationship with Declan…or does she? After one unforgettable night of pure passion, Rorie accepts that the mysterious stranger she knows only as Jay wasn’t meant to be. What if that night with Jay had to happen because it was the only way that Declan could be brought into her life? And if that’s the case, why, after all these months of happiness, love, and security with Declan, is Rorie still unable to forget that night?
In I See You, Molly McAdams presents a heart-wrenching love triangle that made me believe in fate and the power of true love. Rorie, Declan, and Jentry (or Jay) find themselves in a complicated situation when Rorie discovers that her boyfriend’s adopted brother is the man she was never able to forget. What follows next is one incredible journey of owning up to one’s choices, choosing between two very different kinds of love, and accepting that life can sometimes throw some pretty unbelievable curve balls.
I See You could only end in one way, and anyone who reads it will know exactly how in just the first few chapters. Despite that, however, it’s the separate journeys that Rorie, Declan, and Jentry must all travel to get to their ending (or beginning, depending on how you’d like to perceive it) that makes this book worthwhile to read.
In addition to the love triangle, there were also subplots involving a crazy twin sister, Declan and Jentry’s hostile mother, and an ex-girlfriend that just won’t give Declan up. Personally, I could have done without the addition of Jessica (Jentry’s crazy twin), and the mother was just a bit too over the top at times and came across as unbelievable, making the final conversation between Rorie and Declan’s mother just a bit too neatly tied with a bow. Minor complaints aside, I See You was a captivating read, and I jotted down quite a few quotes to reflect on in the days to come.
Jennifer graduated from the University of Utah with a BA in English. She occasionally dabbles with her own fiction writing, particularly with the Young Adult and Paranormal genres. She currently resides in Utah with her husband and daughter.
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