Finding Eden

Finding Eden Eden Gray is traumatised from his rape eighteen years earlier and the part Sean Keller played in it isn t easy to forget Eden goes from happy to desperate within minutes never sure how long a good mo

  • Title: Finding Eden
  • Author: Scarlet Blackwell
  • ISBN: 9781614952749
  • Page: 404
  • Format: ebook
  • Eden Gray is traumatised from his rape eighteen years earlier and the part Sean Keller played in it isn t easy to forget Eden goes from happy to desperate within minutes, never sure how long a good mood will last But he knows that he loves Sean with all his heart and wants to lay his ghosts to rest permanently Sean feels the same way He treads on eggshells around Eden,Eden Gray is traumatised from his rape eighteen years earlier and the part Sean Keller played in it isn t easy to forget Eden goes from happy to desperate within minutes, never sure how long a good mood will last But he knows that he loves Sean with all his heart and wants to lay his ghosts to rest permanently Sean feels the same way He treads on eggshells around Eden, afraid for his mental health and mindful of his suicide attempts He has a hard time dealing with his guilt, and hates that it overshadows his love for Eden often than not Something needs to happen to let them connect and bond permanently and bring them into the light CONTENT ADVISORY This title contains rape related subject matter.

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      Published :2018-02-25T06:59:37+00:00

    One thought on “Finding Eden”

    1. This sequel to ‘Into the Light’, a very good but traumatizing book for me to read, was an unexpected surprise. I picked it up with great curiosity and interest – and not a little relief. Eden and Sean’s story may have found an ending – of sorts – at the end of the first book, but their story was by no means finished. I didn’t realize how much that bothered me until I read this book.Eden is still very traumatized, subject to mood swings and depression. Eighteen years of therapy hadn [...]

    2. This sequel to ‘Into the Light’, a very good but traumatizing book for me to read, was an unexpected surprise. I picked it up with great curiosity and interest – and not a little relief. Eden and Sean’s story may have found an ending – of sorts – at the end of the first book, but their story was by no means finished. I didn’t realize how much that bothered me until I read this book.Eden is still very traumatized, subject to mood swings and depression. Eighteen years of therapy hadn [...]

    3. Finding Eden is a very well written and character driven love story. Such a gripping and heartfelt story of two men with secrets in their past and A love hate relationship that is to die for. In finding Eden we follow Sean and Eden after Eden’s trial for murdering Paul, Sean’s best friend We also find out that it isn’t the Happy ever after we had thought we got from Into the Light, The first book. Eden still hasn’t adjusted well and after he killed Paul is even more distraught. Sean is h [...]

    4. Great follow-up to Into the Light!No less intense and maybe even more painful and agonizing. It's like the solution is near, a little more and Sean and Eden would find their closure, but the answer keeps escaping and for each step forward they are forced to take a two steps back. And just when it seems all is almost well it falls apart. But the thing Eden needed to finally overcome his condition was kinda unexpected for me, but really fitting! I could've done without him sleeping with some facel [...]

    5. I loved this book. Ok I skipped book 2 and 3. I could not get enough of Eden and Sean's chemistry1. Nice continuation as the plot thickens.2 Still has. outstanding chemistry.3. Resolved heart felt struggles.4. Smooth read better than the first5. I did not want to put the book downRFECT ENDING HEA!

    6. Too short. I wish it had been longer, Eden & Sean still had such huge problems between them that the happy ending felt rushed. Although it was a well earned happy ending after all the crap both characters went through, especially Eden <3. Blackwell writes problematic characters that aren't always sympathetic but her writing just works for me.

    7. This installment finds Sean and Eden having left Clear Water Creek trying to make a life with each other despite the tragic events of the past. Can Eden forgive Sean for standing by while his friends gang raped him.Can Sean forgive himself and be there for Eden's constant mood-swings, suicidal behavior and sexual behavior that can run from promiscuous to frigid. Sean only knows only one thing, that in order to have a future with Eden they must confront their past and finally let go of it and for [...]

    8. Excellent finish to this story. I wasn't sure when I started reading as I was actually getting a little frustrated with Eden in spite of what he went through, something that I would wish on no one male or female, but the ending worked and left me with a strong sense of optimism for Eden and Sean and the future they could share. Overall I really enjoyed this series and now maybe I can get some sleep (yeah I read most of it at night, insert big yawn here, lol). Thank you Ms Blackwell for a story t [...]

    9. Although i did enjoy this book i found it difficult. Part of me wishes the characters were left as they were at the end of the last book featuring this couple. This book deals with a rough subject matter and at times left me feeling uneasy. I still enjoyed the book and we do eventually get the hea but its a struggle getting there.

    10. Sean and Eden have run off together but they seem to take one step forward and two steps back. I really couldn't decide between a 3 or 4 star rating on this one. Not sure why my feelings were so mixed on this story. Was it just the nature of the story and the abuse that brought them this far or the fact that despite being together I'm still not convinced they can really make each other happy in the end.

    11. One if the worst endings I have ever read. Eden was a dirty cheating whore but hey, it's ok because of what he went through, right !?! WRONG It was complete bullshit for him to be a slut with not a care in the world for Sean and his safety. He should have been a man and owned up to nastyness instead of letting Sean put a ring on his finger without coming clean (so to speak) !!

    12. 4.5The one thing I've found about PTSD is that it never completely goes away. Since I understand the symptoms, I'm not going to judge Eden for his moment with another man. It's called "Acting out"Pretty good read about the ride you can expect with someone who's suffers from it.Glad to see that Eden moved on from victim to survivor.

    13. I was good till Eden's infidelity which wasn't made known to Sean and blown like it was nothing. With Sean doing everything to make everything right for Eden that part wasn't warranted or justified being in this story. It could have been left out of the story. Everything else in this story I completely enjoyed other than that part that didn't jive with me.

    14. I'm done! I just don't know how to rate thisI'm going to have to think about it for a minute. I do believe that Ms.Blackwell writes shit just to get a reaction!

    15. 3.5 'Good final book in series that tackles some pretty heavy issues. Some worked better than others but overall a good series' stars.

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