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Finding Adam

3.61  ·  Rating details ·  70 ratings  ·  14 reviews

"I never expected to find someone like you."

"I need to know who I am on my own."

Adam Grant is ready to take charge of his own life. Instead of the corporate internship his wealthy, controlling father secured for him, he's going to spend the summer working in the mountains of British Columbia. He'll be outside his comfort zone and beyond the reach of his father's infl

Kindle Edition, 104 pages
Published September 7th 2016
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Sep 13, 2016 rated it did not like it
Wow. There's so much door slamming going on in this book it's like reading about two twelve years old girls.

Jase is not a likable character and he's so angry all the time, and mostly is completely unjustified.
Having started off trying to get Adam fired, Jase does a complete u-turn with no explanation.

There's absolutely no connection between Adam and Jase, the characters and dialogue are immature and lack development.

Unfortunately this didn't do it for me at all. DNF at 65% 

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Apr 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Finding Adam: I love books about young men fighting their way out from under their controlling parent's influence to be independent people and this book about Adam and Jace didn't disappoint. ...more
Sep 09, 2016 rated it really liked it
“I feel like I’ve waited all my life to hear those words…”
I loved this aptly titled novella, Adam and Jase may get off to a rough start, but the underlying attraction between them was impossible for me to resist. With Jase struggling to help his sister and under pressure to push his boss’ agenda, and Adam standing on the outside looking in on an entirely new world to him, once they do manage to get themselves on the same page, there’s a sweetness that stands in such contrast to the gruffness of
Pam Kay
Sep 10, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I was given this book in exchange for a honest review so here it is.....This was a great story. The story line was strong and the characters are well developed and believable. This is a story of two men living their own lives who were brought together almost by fate. Adam had always been under his father's thumb and control. His parents not happy with his lifestyle, trying to keep him away from other men, demanding he come and intern in his father's consulting business as he is going into his la ...more
Suzanne Ellis
Sep 13, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Finding Adam was such a sweet story of two young men who find one another when they least expect it. Jase, working on a logging crew, had to become a man when he was barely legal in order to care for his sister after their mother died and Adam, still in his last year of college, is trying his wings out for the first time, in direct defiance of his father's iron fisted rules concerning his future.
Adam shows up at the logging camp, ready to try something totally out of his realm of experience, not
Barbara Ingram
Sep 18, 2016 rated it really liked it
****4 Adam Finds Himself Stars****

This is my first Dillon Hunter story and I really enjoyed it! It had everything I look for in a MM romance! Adam goes against his rigid, controlling father and takes a job for the summer in the mountains at a reforestation camp. He meets Jase who is in charge of making sure Adam quits right away, on orders from Adam's father. But things don't always work like that. As their friendship turns to something more emotional and they become lovers, Adam discovers a lot
Cee Brown
Sep 09, 2016 rated it liked it
(¸.•´ ★An easy read. 3.5 stars.

A lowly bet. Get rid of Adam and Jase could earn the money to help his sister out. Should have been easy, right? Wrong. Adam was nothing like Jase had expected, and after getting to know his new roommate, he found Adam to be more than a little distracting.

Proving his father wrong, that was all Adam wanted to do. He was too controlling and Adam just needed to escape for a while. Taking a logging job for the summer was his means of gaining back some semblance
Kendra T
May 01, 2017 rated it really liked it
I'm voluntarily reviewing a free advance reader copy I received from the author.

I really enjoyed the character of Adam, and I loved seeing him find his own way out from under his father's thumb. Jase was described as someone who was a jerk, but that didn't really ring true underneath it all. Jase was so worried about his sister and almost worked to make Adam's life miserable, but he tends to tell things like it is. He had a hard time lying to Adam, especially after he began to like Adam as a fri
K Cherry
Sep 08, 2016 rated it it was ok
Too much anger and negativity for me.

From the very beginning of the story, the anger Jase had about everything turned me off. Honestly, he didn't have a positive thing to say about anyone. I really did not feel any connection between Jase and Adam. And then to go from trying to get Adam fired, as he was told to do by the foreman, his feeling changed in the blink of an eye for no reason I could understand. Oh yeah, enough with Adam rolling his eyes. I counted 14 of them from Adam in a story of 7
David Durkit
Sep 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Good Tale

This story is well told. Two men find each other and fall in love. One needs to stand up to his father. The other is asked to thwart that. The innate goodness of the one wins out. It's sweet, touching, and romantic.
Sep 14, 2016 rated it really liked it
Such a great story! So entertaining. I loved Adam and Jase. Such a great story of finding what you never knew you needed in the last place you would expect. I loved their story, and I can't wait for more from Dillon Hunter. I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review. ...more
Jennifer babcock
Sep 15, 2016 rated it really liked it
Happy ever after

The book was OK it was kind of slow at the end but it was good. It needed more Humph for Jase at the end the story would've more of a hit.
Sep 13, 2016 rated it really liked it
Very sweet, emotional and character driven romance. Two guys finding their way. Nicely done.
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