“Show Me How” is the third novel in Molly McAdam's Thatch series. Like the previous two books, it features other characters from the series, but focuses on Charlie (Jagger's younger sister).
Charlie has made bad decisions with the best intentions. She regrets a lot about her past, but she can't regret her son. In order to regain custody of him she has to fulfill three tasks, with the largest of those tasks completed she is excited about getting him back.
Deacon can't understand why everyone is walking on eggshells around Charlie. As far as he's concerned, she's earned everything bad that's happened to her. But what if there's more to the story than he realizes?
Molly McAdams does a phenomenal job of hooking you into the story! She doesn't need to push you to like the characters, she doesn't force the romance. It all feels so true and natural. I envy her writing ability.
Highly recommended “Show Me How” for anyone who is a fan of NA Romance, or Romance in general. While you don't necessarily have to read the other books in the series to understand this one, it is best to read them in order.
New York Times bestselling author Molly McAdams delivers another heart-wrenching, emotional novel in her Thatch series…
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?