Finding You by Lena Hendrix
Book Review, Contemporary Romance, New(ish) Release, Romance Readers, Romance Review, Series

Book Review: Finding You by Lena Hendrix

I never thought I’d find her.

After eight years in the Marines, I’m still looking for the mysterious woman I’ve obsessed over since her first letter. When she shows up in my small town, I’m thrilled.

But when she turns out to be my brother’s best friend–and the girl he’s always loved–I’m caught between the two people who matter to me the most.

I’m a Marine, which means honor and duty run deep. Joanna is off-limits. That would be a whole lot easier if she hadn’t already agreed to help run my brother’s fishing guide business for the summer, forcing me to work side-by-side with the woman I’ve fantasized about for years.

I try to keep her at a distance, push her away, man up. But she draws me in without even trying, and I can’t get enough of how she makes me feel. I’m stealing moments with her, and I know it’s wrong. She may not be my brother’s girlfriend, but I know a landmine when I see one.

This was my first book by the author and I enjoyed it very much. Lincoln and Joanna had a somewhat predictable but still sweet and engaging story. Joanna is Finn’s best friend and Lincoln mistakenly believes his brother is in love with her. I liked Lincoln up until he slept with the woman he thinks his brother loves, but I got past that.

I love their origin story and the absolute joy and amazement they experienced at finding one another was fun to read. They’re hot and cold because of his PTSD and her fierce independence but when they’re hot, they’re hot. This was a steamy ride to HEA with a lot of great supporting characters in a lovely little town. It’s a great start to a series and I’ll definitely read more.

Finding You on Amazon

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