Show Me How (A Show and Tell Duet #2) by S. Moose

Blurb:

A second chance…

Broken and content on hiding his heart from the world, convinced that he didn’t deserve love, Bryce was doing well on his own. Until he wasn’t. The day that Madison walked into his life, he realized he was wrong.

When her world is shattered, Madison leaves the only place she’s ever called home. All she’s ever wanted was happiness, and peace but unexpected news brings her back into the arms of the only man she’s ever loved.

Will they finally get their hapily ever after, or will the ghosts of Bryce’s past destroy their love?

My Review:

Show Me How (A Show and Tell Duet 2)Show Me How by S. Moose

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Show Me How picks up right where Tell Me Now left off. This is the second part of Madison and Bryce’s story, and you’d best be ready for emotional upheaval! This book is beautifully written, and so packed full of emotion, that you’d have no choice but to shed a few tears.

Madison has been hurt. Her life is in turmoil, and she doesn’t know how to move forward. She thought Bryce was that one person, the one meant for her, but secrets have a way of building walls. It was very hard to see such a strong woman brought so low.

Bryce is a very take charge man. Now, because of his actions, his life is out of his control. The man who is used to taking what he wants, is at the mercy of a woman’s forgiveness. It’s disconcerting for such a dominant personality, but he knows the path he has to take.

How do I even begin to explain this book?!? The words the author uses to convey the emotions in this book actually makes my heart hurt for them. Madison and Bryce belong together, and they both know it. Everyone around them knows it. It’s absolutely undeniable. But forgiveness isn’t easy. I wasn’t sure it was possible in this case. The author kept me on tenterhooks, constantly guessing what could possibly happen next. This book was definitely a beautiful ending to Madison and Bryce’s story!

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