REVIEW: Finding My Way by Megan Keith


Title: Finding My Way

Series: Finding My Way, #1

Author: Megan Keith

Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance (18+)

My Rating: School School School School


Breaking up is hard to do… moving on is even harder…

When twenty-three-year-old Emma discovers that her ex is moving on with his life, she decides to harden up and get on with living her own.

Who knew that just opening up to the possibility of a new relationship would be all that it took?

Things start looking up when her hot new co-worker Seth notices her. He had been the subject of her fantasies, but she never thought she stood a chance.

Then there’s Nick, the sexy and self-assured guy she met at the train station that she cannot get out of her head.

When even more prospects begin to show it seems that life is finally looking up. Top it off with a new career opportunity and Emma finally believes she can ‘find her way’ to a whole new life.



I really enjoyed this book. There were times I wanted to strangle Nick, Emma, and Seth but they were great characters. This book is full of misunderstandings, passion, and like the title says, Emma is finding her way.

Emma goes from being in a serious long term relationship to being single to having 2 guys wanting her attention. There were times she really frustrated me with her assumptions and lack of confidence but she grew on me. There was so much back and forth between Nick and Emma then Seth and Emma that I found it hard to root for one of the guys. It was a totally different take on a love triangle and I liked it.

Nick and Seth are both sexy but in different ways. Nick is huge, muscular, loves music (he is a DJ after all), and doesn’t do relationships or commitment. Seth is a little more reserved in some aspects, works on computer networks, is ready to settle down and start a family, and is a little awkward when trying to talk to women. They both are instantly drawn to Emma once she decides to put herself back out on the dating scene after her long term relationship break-up. I liked them both a lot which is why it was so hard to choose who to root for.

I found the storyline very engaging and thought it was well written. The main characters as well as the secondary characters were well developed and I found myself wrapped up in their wellbeing. Great book and I happily give a rating of 4 out of 5 books.


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Posted on September 13, 2013, in Contemporary, New Adult, Romance and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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