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Finding My Way (Finding My Way #1)

4.06 of 5 stars 4.06  ·  rating details  ·  225 ratings  ·  69 reviews
Breaking up is hard to do… moving on is even harder…

When twenty-three-year-old Emma discovers that her ex is moving on with his life, she decides to harden up and get on with living her own.

Who knew that just opening up to the possibility of a new relationship would be all that it took?

Things start looking up when her hot new co-worker Seth notices her. He had been the s
Paperback, 543 pages
Published June 23rd 2013 by CreateSpace / Smashwords / KDP
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Holly - Holly's Hot Reads
********ARC received in exchange for an honest review********

Holly's 4 Star Review

Finding My Way is a contemporary novel about - yep, you guessed it - finding your way. Told from the POV of Emma, Seth and Nick we get to see three different stories that overlap as their paths cross. With plenty of laughs, love, friendship and a huge helping of "WHO WILL SHE CHOOSE???" Megan Kieth has written a story that will capture your attention and leave you needing more.

The first chapter had me hooked straig
Reviewed for Confessions From Romaholics

Before I give you my opinion on this book, I must make a point clear. I was a beta reader for this book. I read the copy before the paperback release, which has been revised and therefore this review is based on the beta copy. That being said, there were no changes to the story as far I know, only grammatical changes.

Finding My Way is the first novel from Megan Keith. It tells the story of a young woman who is completely lost in her personal and profession
Zakirrah BookBlogger
2.5-3 Crazy Long Stars!!

I stopped reading this when I first started as I just couldn't take the whole love triangle thing even though everyone claimed its not really a love triangle well it pissed me off so I stopped and told myself I would go back and try to finish it off one day.That day was a few days ago after finishing an amazing book I decided to get back to this one. And since my break things had changed because at the start I don't even know why but I liked Seth and I was annoyed that Em
I really liked this book .. Nice book by an Aussie author.... It was nice to recognise the names of the places being so close to home.. It was nice... Comforting...

The choices Emma was making sounded so familiar .. Two men each different, Seth who she works with and ogles every day and Nick , a guy who she just notices working at at the train station ticket booth ... Both good looking.. There were times in the book I thought noooo don't go that way , go the other , then when she does go t
Tessa Teevan
The first thing that I have to mention is that I LOVE the cover of this book. Something about it really appealed to me. I want that freaking outfit and I want the damn body to pull it off! :D

I absolutely enjoyed Megan Keith's debut novel, Finding My Way. It's an appropriately titled book as three characters stories are interwoven as they try to figure out their paths in life.

Emma is trying to move past her breakup with Josh, her boyfriend of seven years. While preparing for her best friend Kat'
Books,Chocolate and Lipgloss
chose to review this book as it is written by an Aussie author. What can I say…. I absolutely loved it, though it left me wanting more….
I had a big smile on my face whilst reading it. Author Megan Keith has written such a great first book, full of fun banter between the characters. I loved seeing the different POV’s from the main characters-Emma, Seth and Nick.
Emma Taylor has survived somewhat from coming out of a long term relationship, seeing her ex has moved on and being told to get back ou
Becky Nicklus
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2.5 Stars

This book was a tough one for me. It is told in multiple character's POV, which normally I love. But in this case we are not only getting their voice but their life as well. So, we have Emma, Nick and Seth that are the main characters that we hear from. In addition to them, we have Seth and his family & friends, Emma with her family & friends and finally Nick
Krista Hamelin-seay
Overall, it was a great book. The storyline was not centered around 1 person but 3 individuals trying to find their way. The beginning of this story was a bit sluggish until the meeting of Emma, Seth, and Nick.
The description of Seth reminded me of the actor, Oliver James and was a safe character for me. He had a safe job, a safe family, and his mannerism made him safe. It think he was too safe and really tried to please everyone - his boss, Tahlia, his parents, and definitely Emma. I think he w
Katt Sterling
I was a little late to the game picking up Finding My Way and I’m kicking myself for it now. What I loved about this book was how…relatable…it was. I FELT Emma. She’s a twenty-three year old who has made the difficult decision to end a long-term relationship. That’s never easy. What I love about Megan’s writing is how she was able to portray that just because you’re the one to end a relationship, doesn’t mean it hurts you any less.

Having said that though, our girl Emma has options. Oh boy, does
Sara Miller
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I thought this was a really interesting read about a woman who is just beginning to discover who she is after being in a relationship with the same guy since she was sixteen. 7 years of the most important time of your life could make you arrive late to the game of figuring out how to date, what kind of relationship you want and then learning that it's okay to not have any idea and so you just start dating
Joy Whiteside
I enjoyed this book a lot.

It was a very relaxing read from beginning to end and it kept me entertained throughout the book.

Megan Keith has written a book that has interesting characters and a good story line that moved along at a very good pace.

It was nice to be able to read a book that you could just relax with and let it take you away to another world.

A fun read.
This story is told over 3 POV Seth,Nick and Emma.
Emma who recently broke up with her boyfriend finds her way through day to day life not really knowing what's going on around her, that is until her best friend Kats wedding and her ex boyfriend is in the wedding party but Lat tells Emma he has moved on, this seems to wake Em up and starts to live life that's when Nick who works in the kiosk at the train station and Seth who works for the same company notices the confident Emma.
Emma's life gets co
LOOOOOVED it. I urge all you readers to get this one. Was a hard book to put down. With this been Megan's first book I think she did very well and it is a credit to her. SO PLEASE help Megan out by buying this one. You won't be disappointed. Well done Megan, and I look forward, and can't wait for your next one. Hope it's out soon.
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When twenty-three-year-old Emma discovers that her ex is moving on with his life, she decides to harden up and get on with living her own. Who knew that just opening up to the possibility of a new relationship would be all that it took? Things start looking up when her hot new co-worker Seth notices her. He had been the subject of her fantasies, but she never thought she stood a chance. Then there’s Nick, the sexy and self-assured guy she met at the train stati
Barbara Williams
Fantastic reading from the start, just could not put it down. Loved the way it viewed the thoughts of the characters and it made me think about times gone buy. Really hope that the 2nd novel is released very soon, for I cannot wait to read it. Very enjoyable.
I really, really enjoyed this book - so relatable and heartfelt!! Megan Keith really understands the workings of the human heart and the ambition we have in today's society. Five stars!!
Debut novel..say whaaaat?! Megan Keith has found her calling as an author! <3 Loved <3 this book!! You.Need.To.Read.This.Book.Now..NOW!!
Linda Monk
Awesomely great book :-)
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I read this to get the back-story before reading Crossroads I was only suppose to skim but once I stated I read from cover to cover. I fell in love with Megan's writing and her approach to this story. I loved the different POV and all aspect of the story is covered from different angles.

The characters are relatable and real. Emma is young women just going through the motions not knowing who she is or what she wants to do with her life like many 23 year old. She is not particularly ambitious or
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Tash's Review:

The story between Emma, Nick and Seth is lovable.

Seth is this easy to love confortable guy whereas Nick is the ‘bad boy’ in this story. He is known for his reputation as a player and doesn’t usually stay with one girl more than once. So why does he feel the need to stay close to Emma?

Who will Emma choose? The lovable easy going and romantic Seth, or the ‘bad boy’ that is looking for one-night stands and could potentially hurt her.

Emma finds there is a lot of passion for both men an
My Synopsis:
Emma gets news that her ex-boyfriend of seven years has finally moved on and dating someone. Emma has been in a sort of holding pattern for the last eleven months and makes the decision to let the past go and move on finally. Once she sheds this baggage she instantly catches the eye of Nick, the sexy kiosk clerk at the train station/nightclub DJ and Seth, her sexy co-worker who Emma had been lusting for the last couple months. All of sudden Emma who'd never dated anyone but her ex ha
Mandie *Foxylutely Books!*
*ARC received direct from the author in exchange for my honest review

A 3.75 star read (rounded up to a 4)

This was a book was about new beginnings, lost loves and new loves but mostly it was about the journey in life we take and how one turning can lead us to an entirely different direction we did not intend to take.

Emma is finally moving on with her life after her long relationship with Josh who she has been with since a young age, is finally over after she finds he has now moved on himself. Now
I really enjoyed this book. There were times I wanted to strangle Nick, Emma, and Seth but they were great characters. This book is full of misunderstandings, passion, and like the title says, Emma is finding her way.

Emma goes from being in a serious long term relationship to being single to having 2 guys wanting her attention. There were times she really frustrated me with her assumptions and lack of confidence but she grew on me. There was so much back and forth between Nick and Emma then Seth
Everything Marie
First of all, this cover is absolutely gorgeous! I just love the colors and that amazing smile. Ok, now onto the book. For a debut novel, this book was Good!! I was hooked from the very first page! I love when a book has the male’s POV and not only do we get one but we get two male POV’s!! Loved it!!!
The story begins with Emma, a 23 year old woman, who is trying to cope with being single after a devastating breakup with her high school and college sweetheart. Emma is heartbroken, crushed, and fr
Jodie & Bree - Fab Fun & Tantalizing Reads
First impression? Stunning cover!

"It’s time for me to find my own way."

Three different people searching...
Three people finding their way...

In this debut novel by Ms. Keith we meet Emma. She is in what I would say in a rut. No plan, just going with the flow of life, sorta living it! Barely, really.

Imagine worst break up ever - the long term HS boyfriend breaks your heart kind of breakup.

Emma in my mind was so wrapped up in her life with Josh. (The ex) she could never imagine life for her. But,
What an extremely well-written novel by Megan Keith!

Let me just say that Megan Keith took her time telling this story; she did it in such a way that I became a part of the book (or the book became a part of me – either way I was enthralled). She gave me the opportunity to get to know the characters so well that it was as if I was a part of Emma, Seth, and Nick’s life. I kept looking forward to sitting down and reading it because I couldn’t wait to see what was happening and how their day was goi
Oct 13, 2013 Tracy rated it 5 of 5 stars
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I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Finding My Way is a story about three people trying to find their way in the current dating scene. Seth is a wholesome, down to earth guy that is ready to settle down with the love of his life, as soon as he finds her. Nick is the typical commitment phobic playboy, screwing any woman that gives him the time of day. Emma is a woman that never participated in the dating scene, she was with her high school sweetheart for seven ye
Let me start off by saying Congratulations to Megan Keith on her debut novel in the Finding my Way Series. It was so enjoyable to read which certainly captured me wanting more.

As the Blurb says it all about 3 characters finding each their own way.
Once I realised there was 3 point of views to the story, I was hooked. From Emma, Nick, and Seth’s view, it was an interesting insight into their side of the story but also the situations that are unfolded throughout the book. It took me a while to sett
I have always said if a book can make me 'feel' then it's a winner. Finding my way did just that for me. Throughout the book, reading the different points of view I found myself being so torn between characters. Seth and Nick had me wanting to slap them over the head one minute, then had me going googly-eyed for them the next!

Emma's growth in the story was what kept me reading. You felt as though you were reliving a part of your own life when reading about hers. From her getting back into the g
Skye Turner
I'm going to start off by saying it took my a couple of times reading the first page before I got the flow. Not because it's bad, but because I'm American and I write differently, but once I grasped it, it was on from there.
I loved this book!
For a debut novel, this book is amazingly well written. It flows, the characters are extremely well developed, and the story grabs you.
Emma was a likeable, easy to relate to character. There were moments in the book where I found myself screaming at her fo
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