Capturing Peace by Molly McAdams Also by this author: Needing Her: A Novella
Series: Sharing You #0.5
Genres: Contemporary Romance, New Adult
Published by William Morrow Impulse
on April 8, 2014
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Coen Steele has spent the last five years serving his country. Now that he's back, he's finally ready to leave behind the chaos of the battlefield and pursue his lifelong dream. What he wasn't expecting was the feisty sister of one of his battle buddies—who has made it obvious that she wants nothing to do with him—to intrigue him in a way no woman has before.
Reagan Hudson's life changed in the blink of an eye six years ago when she found out she was pregnant and on her own. Since then, Reagan has vowed never to let another man into her life so that no one can walk out on her, or her son, again. But the more she runs into her brother's hot and mysterious friend, the more he sparks something in her that she promised herself she wouldn't feel again.
Can two people with everything to lose allow themselves to finally capture the love they both deserve?
Capturing Peace brought the drama and sexual tension that led to an emotional sizzling romance. Reagan went through a messed up situation becoming a teenage mother with a dead beat boyfriend who left her once finding out she was pregnant. So I was completely feeling her pain and determination to only focus on her child and leave love and romance behind her. I was interested in seeing who would enter into her life and make her change her hard set plan and Coen brought the intrigue and drama being one of Reagan’s brothers army friend with unresolved issues of his own.
From the moment Coen and Reagan met there was the initial spark that both of them felt. Given what she went through in the past Reagan decided to ignore it but Coen, seeing something in Reagan, wanted to pursue it. Thus began the intriguing journey of Coen persuading Reagan to give into the feelings that both of them were odiously feeling. I enjoyed how genuine and up front both Coen and Reagan were with their feelings and how emotional their feelings were.
Though when it came to the climax of the story I felt it was a bit too rushed and that Coen was extreme in his freaked out for how hard he was fighting for their relationship in the beginning. But I was happy that they took the time to really figure out themselves and their issues so that they could have a stronger relationship.
Overall Capturing Peace by Molly McAdams was yummy and I really enjoyed. It had the emotional story and characters that held my interest with their sizzling hot journey to finding romance.