We saw Grey fall in love with her late fiancé’s
best friend in Letting Go…
Then we watched Knox fight to save his first
love from her abusive husband in To The
Now it’s time to witness Charlie’s struggle over her need
for the town man whore, and her feelings for the guy who
taught her how to love again in Show Me How.
New York Times bestselling author Molly
McAdams delivers another heart-
wrenching, emotional novel in her Thatch
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?
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"I knew my story would never be found forever engraved on the pages of a novel, but still I waited for my love story to put all the other love stories to shame. For my happily ever after...Only to find out that none of it was real."
Every time I read a Molly McAdams book, I feel like my life has been forever changed. Each time I turn the page, I'm immersed into the world that Molly has created.
The Thatch series has been incredible, but this book right here is by far my favorite! Charlie and Deacon's story is so heartbreakingly beautiful!! Their love/hate relationship is strong, but underneath the scowls and hurtful words, there is a underlying connection that can't be denied.
"You can't compare us, Deacon. All you've ever wanted was to be seen, and I'd rather not be seen at all."
Charlie has come back to Thatch to finally get her life in order-to do what's right for her son. She has support all around her, but Deacon still holds a grudge against her for the past she can never forget.
She's always been a wallflower, and he's always been the center of attention.
They say opposites attract, but maybe they aren't so different after all.
"Keep pretending I don't exist. Keep ignoring me. Keep acting invisible if it makes you feel better, Charlie Girl. In case you haven't noticed, I f**king see you."
I love that this story has many layers. So many elements wrapped into one amazing package. You never felt like you were missing anything. Molly knows how to use so much detail with her words. I felt like I was there-one of their friends.
I also have to say that I'm a sucker for books about children! And I loved Keith!! He was the cutest superhero loving kid ever!!! The immediate bond between him and Deacon is beautiful! I swear, every time they had moments together I got a little teary-eyed. Pulling at the heartstrings!!
"This was more perfect than any love story I could read. This meant more than any song I could write."
I feel so emotional that the Thatch series is over. I have loved every book-every character. This group of friends/family will forever live in my heart!
Molly...congrats once again in sucking me right into another world for a little while. You made me laugh, you made me cry, you made me smile more times than I could count.
"Is this the part of the story where the hero kisses the girl?"
"I thought you weren't a hero."
"Superheroes get the girl too."
Molly grew up in California but now lives in the oh-so-amazing state of Texas with her husband, daughter, and fur babies. When she's not diving into the world of her characters, some of 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. She has a weakness for crude-humored movies, fried pickles and loves curling up in a fluffy comforter during a thunderstorm ... or under one in a bathtub if there are tornados. That way she can pretend they aren't really happening.