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For Finlay by [Nathan, J.]
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  • Print Length: 214 pages
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  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
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A new adult read full of angst and drama, just how I like it!

Finlay is finally trying to put her life back together after put it on hold after the death of her best friend and twin, Cole. She is mourning not only the loss of Cole but also the promising career he had planned. So she finds herself working as the water girl for the local football team after the coach takes her under his wing to help her being as it was Cole’s team.

Caden is the guy who replaced Cole on the field and due to some misunderstanding at the funeral two years ago, Finlay has hated Caden ever since. So to find herself in close proximity with him brings its own form of torture.

Caden cannot understand why Finlay seems to despise him so much and sets on a plan to win her around. After all he is a hit with the ladies so it won’t take much for him to conquer. However the more he gets to know Finlay the more he wants her. She is easy to talk to besides being easy on the eye. After the pair make a truce after various occasions they have found themselves together, they realise they get on well. But then will the hidden truth of the past break everything when it is finally revealed. There is also the fact that Caden has a bitch of a girlfriend who isn’t happy with her guy being all friendly to the outcast.

I just loved these characters and they came to life from the start. I loved that even though Caden was a bit of a heartbreaker, he became so much more as his full persona was revealed. The way he stuck up for Finlay was so gorgeous. Finlay was no doormat though, even though the ‘in’ crowd tried to ostracise her she was no pushover.

The reason for Finlay disliking Caden at first was a bit of a weak part in the storyline for me and also how the letter was delivered.
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For Finlay, a life affirming five-star read, by J. Nathan a story about love, loss, growing older and dealing with grief in the only way you know how, as each person deals with their personal grief in a different manner. It also shows us that what we think we see, know and believe isn’t always what is right.
Finlay Thatcher is a lost soul, she lost the other half of her, her twin brother Cole. Finlay feels overwhelming grief and guilt at the loss of her twin as they had always had each other’s back, they were two halves of one whole, until Cole started getting more notoriety as a Quarter back star, getting scouted and getting to live his dream of playing for Alabama. Finlay lets him walk away after an argument, and they don’t speak for a time, then tragically Cole dies, and she is left bereft. Two years later his old coach from Alabama offers her an opportunity of being the teams water girl while she studies at college. Finlay gets to walk in Coles footsteps and see the life he would have lived; she gets to watch every day as the guy who stepped into her brother shoes Caden Brookes is now the star Quarterback. Living the dream.
Caden doesn’t realise this and he just thinks the water girl is just odd, smiling one minute staring daggers the next, his life means he doesn’t have to worry. Caden has a steady girlfriend who sees life coming up roses, she even takes his class to help him study. Life seemed perfect until that water girl walked into his life, now she is all he can dream off. Especially as she stands up to him in a way no one else in his life does. The only problem is she has a secret, and when that secret will be revealed it will cause problems they never dreamed off, will they be strong enough together to face the truth? Or will they fall back into old routines and will Finlay hide in her own shadow? Will Caden fall back into the easy relationships he has where she does all the hard work and he is just present.
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For Finlay is a beautifully written story by J Nathan. This is the first book that I have read by this author and I absolutely adored it! I literally could not put it down and whilst I thought I had predicted how the story might go I was wrong! This will definitely not be the last book that I read by this author. It had a fabulous pace to it which for me was flawless and my interest was kept the whole way through. The story was told from both characters POV and there were also a few flashbacks especially for Finlay. I do like reading stories involving sports – I especially love hot quarterbacks (even though I have no idea why!)
The story is about Finlay who is lost and guilt-ridden after the death of her twin brother Cole 2 year ago. Finlay is given her chance to move on when Alabama’s football coach gives her the opportunity to work for him. She knows that this is her chance to move on even if it means living her brother’s dream. Caden is Alabama’s star quarterback and he’s got it all. He’s got the adoring fans, a girlfriend who would do anything to hold on to him and a chance at going pro. He is going along just fine until Finlay steps into his life, despising him at first sight and pushing his buttons like no one else.
Finlay and Cole have fast become my favourite characters of 2017 so far! I fell in love with both of them. I thought that Finlay was a great independent person who was quick with the comebacks and knew how to keep those athletes in check! I loved the part with the laxatives! I laughed so much at that bit of the story! But on the other side my heart broke for her when it came to her brother and the events surrounding his death. When she read the letter I couldn’t stop the tears!
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