See Me, Too

See Me, Too

by Adrienne Thompson
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See Me, Too by Adrienne Thompson

"Love is as destructive as it is generative, as perfidious as it is devoted, as unseemly as it is beautiful." – Dr. David A. Moy

In this sequel to the controversially explosive novel, See Me, we revisit the Moy family and learn that the legacy of dysfunction left behind by the brilliant Dr. David Moy is more entrenching than one could ever imagine.

Olivia has moved on with Bennett Paul but finds that letting go of the past is not at all easy.

A newly married Jason Moy finds himself battling demons of his own.

Avery Moy is tangled in emotions he can't seem to control.

New characters are also introduced, and new secrets are revealed in See Me, Too.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158264580
Publisher: Pink Cashmere Publishing Co.
Publication date: 07/01/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 277 KB

About the Author

Adrienne Thompson has worn many titles in her lifetime–from teenage mother to teenage wife to divorcee to registered nurse to author. This mother of three young adults currently resides in Arkansas in her newly empty nest where she writes and publishes her stories full time.

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See Me, Too 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
JGRWriter More than 1 year ago
I'm the type of reader with a need for every bit of detail, after the story ends. This particular need of mine is that much more important when an author produces a story that grips me at the core. With that being said, I have been a See Me fanatic from the moment I read book one. Adrienne Thompson created a masterpiece of a story that has been etched in my mind from day one. And now book two... It's comforting to see everyone dealing with the trauma inflicted but a David Moy world. I'd worried about Jason and Olivia's possible inabilities to move forward. I truly wanted them to be in a better place, both mentally and physically, but they also needed to confront the demons of the past. The author seemed to have stepped into the characters, in order to reveal their personal struggles. Exceptional writing and great plot, as always.