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See Me, Too

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“Love is as destructive as it is generative, as perfidious as it is devoted, as unseemly as it is beautiful.” – Dr. David A. Moy

In this sequel to the controversially explosive novel, See Me, we revisit the Moy family and learn that the legacy of dysfunction left behind by the brilliant Dr. David Moy is more entrenching than one could ever imagine.

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Published July 4th 2016 by Pink Cashmere Publishing, LLC
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Barbara Williams
Jul 05, 2016 rated it it was amazing
In this emotional sequel, we're once again in the midst of the Moy's family drama. Although new characters are introduced, the old characters are still there with their demons and their dreams. This book shows us that domestic abuse and mental illness are real and not only are they real, but they're closely related. At times, I loved some of the characters even when I wanted to hate them because I felt their pain. With many twists and turns, this story will keep you turning the pages just as fas ...more
Jul 07, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I Couldn't Stop Reading

After reading SEE ME, the prequel to SEE ME TOO, I couldn't imagine that author Adrienne Thompson could go any further down the rabbit hole where her characters resided in the first book. Boy, was I wrong! Olivia, Jason, Ben Avery, Sandra, and then Miller and Angel combined to generate so much angst, physical, and mental pain that as a reader, I had to remind myself to breathe.
I am so glad that I read this book. Adrienne Thompson is a prolific writer. This is a work of wo
Jul 05, 2016 rated it really liked it
This book is not for the faint. You will feel every scene and emotion.
This is a story of how a family deals with the aftermath of abuse. People do the best they can with what they know.
This book will draw you into their lives and grab your heart.
Jul 05, 2016 rated it it was amazing

Another awesome book by Adrienne. This is the sequel of the Moy's family drama. This book talks about some serious issues; domestic abuse and mental illness. Olivia loved her ex-husband and her son very much, but she kept secrets from her new husband. Secrets can destroy a relationship.
Janice Ross
Jul 17, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I'm the type of reader with a need for every bit of detail, after the story ends. This particular need of mine is that much more important when an author produces a story that grips me at the core. With that being said, I have been a See Me fanatic from the moment I read book one. Adrienne Thompson created a masterpiece of a story that has been etched in my mind from day one.
And now book two...
It's comforting to see everyone dealing with the trauma inflicted but a David Moy world. I'd worried ab
Jul 29, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Well she has done it again. This book was riveting. The storyline was outstanding. Having the characters to live through mental illness was outstanding. I loved every part of the book. Hands down one of the best. There is no one way to deal with mental illness but head in. The story was on Fire with the abuse, the secrets, the turns, of shock and awe had me all over the place. Absolutely loved it. Ms. Thompson draws you in, hooks you, and has you enthralled. Very direct and to the point giving y ...more
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Wow so I'm pretty sure there's going to be another novel to this sequel to bring all the elements of a blessed ever after and the sinister innuendos to a full circle and conclusion. I thought the first book was a drop my jaw suspense, but who knew how deep the crazy ran in the Moy family? I'm just lost for words on how anybody in the story wasn't ready to say I'm done, over, moving on with some self dignity. I can't fathom continuing to be around people like that, because my own sanity is thread ...more
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Jul 12, 2016 rated it it was amazing
See Me

All I can say is CRAZY. This book had so many twist and turns in it you will actually lose your mind. One of the best book that I've read dealing with mental illness. One click and get swept away with See Me, Too.
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Married at sixteen, a mother twice by seventeen, and thrice a mother and divorced by twenty-four, Adrienne Thompson is no stranger to adversity. Not your typical teenage mother, she went on to complete her college degree and to earn her nursing license. She attributes God's faithfulness as the catalyst for her success in life. Now, having raised three children as a divorced mother, she is sharing ...more
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