But sometimes the past doesn't stay buried.
Suddenly, inexplicably, there's a shadow behind every step Mollie takes. Someone is lurking in that shadow, threatening not only Mollie, but also the new family she has claimed for herself.
And it isn't just the past that has Mollie's life in upheaval. Hunky former Marine Vaughn Winchester - who Mollie really would like to get to know much better - thinks Mollie is just a kid; he's made it clear she wouldn't ever be able to understand the demons haunting him. But if that's what he believes, then why does he keep sticking his nose in her business? And if he thinks she's such a kid, why does he keep trying to kiss her?
Vaughn's mind games are frustrating, especially since Mollie knows enough about secrets to be convinced that there's something he isn't telling her, something he's so far been able to keep hidden. But when that secret is revealed, Mollie is forced into a situation that tests her loyalty and threatens even her closest friendships - just when the shadow of her past returns, and she's going to need them the most.
'Finding Serenity' is book two in the Seeking Serenity series.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
3.5 - 4 stars This was a very enjoyable story! I really like both characters although there were a few times where I thought Mollie was being a bit on the judgmental side and between her comments and actions, it made Vaughn seem like a vulnerable person instead of the strong hero. The plot was steady and held my interest throughout. I don't really have any complaints about this one other than it just didn't pull me in fully. I think it's because the 3rd POV seemed awkward at times but that could just be me.
Note: This review contains no spoilers Wow! Eden Butler did it again in this second novel in the Seeking Serenity series! I would have to say that reading Chasing Serenity must come first, the first book in the series, to get an intro to the characters in this second novel. This time, in Finding Serenity, it's Molly and Vaughn's love story. Just like the first book, Eden Butler has delivered another gripping and raw love story between two people from two different walks of life. Read the full review at: