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Show Me How - Wenn wir uns lieben

(Thatch #3)

4.33  ·  Rating details ·  1,203 ratings  ·  127 reviews
»Und sie lebten glücklich bis zum Ende ihrer Tage.« An solche albernen Liebesmärchen glaubt Charlie nicht mehr, seit sie ihren Seelenverwandten verloren hat. Nie wieder wird sie etwas für einen anderen empfinden können, davon ist Charlie überzeugt. Bis sie in ihrem Tagebuch, das sie versehentlich im Restaurant hat liegen lassen, auf eine Nachricht von einem unbekannten Ver ...more
Kindle Edition, 320 pages
Published August 1st 2018 by MIRA Taschenbuch (first published August 23rd 2016)
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Rachel E No. Letting Go should be read first, then read To The Stars. I don't know how anyone could read Show Me How without reading the others first. So much …moreNo. Letting Go should be read first, then read To The Stars. I don't know how anyone could read Show Me How without reading the others first. So much of Charlie's story, crucial parts, is in Letting Go. :-)(less)
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Show Me How is a wonderful addition to Molly McAdams’ Thatch series. In it we get to delve into the lives of characters that we know from the previous books in the series – Charlie and Deacon. The road these two have to travel to find their way is an emotional one, filled with missteps, but so, so rewarding.

Charlie has returned to Thatch after college and is focused on one thing and one thing only: getting custody of her three year old son, Keith. She gets a job, she sets up a home for

Show Me How is the final book in the Thatch series. It is listed as #2.5.

On goodreads it shows that this book is only 100 pages. But on amazon it is listed as 243 pages. Since I read it as an e-book I can't tell exactly how many pages are in this book. But it is definitely not 100 pages. So most likely 243 pages is correct.

This book is a New Adult contemporary romance.

I read and loved book two in the series (To The Stars). Show Me How can be read as a standalone. Each book has different narrator
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Perfect 3rd book in this amazing series!


Very cute and adorable and frustrating and sexy and moving and just great!!!
We get lots of Knox and Jagger too - especially Jagger, because he's Charlie's brother.
And toddler Keith is too adorable for words. He's a new superhero every day! Too cute.




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Rating: 3.75/5

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Jo ReadsRomance
4.5 Stars.

This was another gorgeous tale from Molly McAdams. I loved it so much that I devoured it in one day. "Show Me How" was a truly beautiful story that made me swoon like crazy and left my heart bursting at the seams.

"I'd never been haunted by a girl the way you haunt me, Charlie Easton."

When it came to love, poor Charlie Easton had suffered an awful experience that had left it almost impossible for her to trust and unwilling to giver her heart away so easily again. Charlie was adaman
Suze Lavender
Sep 25, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Charlie's childhood crush shattered her heart and she can't even confront him anymore. She's now freshly out of college and is ready to move into her own place together with her little boy Keith. The last thing she wants is to fall in love. She writes her deepest thoughts in a notebook instead. When Charlie's brother's best friend Deacon is angry with her Charlie has no idea why. As soon as he finds out the truth about her past, his feelings about her change. Only Deacon is the town's bad boy an ...more

Charlie is trying to be a good mother while mourning the loss of her first love and father of her young son when the handsome charmer known as Deacon  the town man whore bust into her quiet and peaceful world. Deacon doesn't believe in happy ever after, hates kids, and it's the exact opposite of sweet and quiet Charlie who would love to go invisible through her life. She spends her free time writing in her journal saying the things that she will never say out loud, until the day

Show Me How by Molly McAdams is the last book in the Thatch series, although it can be read as a standalone. This series has crossover characters from each of the books, and it is recommended to read them in order.

What a beautiful, heart wrenching story. McAdams never fails to rip my heart out, but she puts it back together every time. Charlie Easton has come home from college. After suffering the loss of her first love, it’s impossible for her to trust that another won’t inflect that pain all o
Tiffany McNair
Aug 15, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: kindle
I absolutely adore Molly McAdams. She knows love. She knows how to rip out your heart and then sew it back together Christina Yang style. She knows how to write a good triangle forcing you to choose a team like you're behind the gates at Monday Night Raw's main event and it's John Cena vs. The Rock. But I digress.....

Show Me How concludes the emotional roller coaster that is the Thatch Series - Letting Go and To The Stars being the first two, which I recommend you read or you will be lost. Witho
Rachel E
Jun 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
***Read Letting Go and To The Stars before reading this book!***
Absolutely loved this story!!! Charlie is my home girl. We actually share a few similarities....single mom, crazy situations. Thankfully, I didn't have to deal with death the way she did. I really identified with her in so many ways.
Show Me How is such a sweet, heartfelt love story. Molly's story telling just gets better and better, and of course she knows how to bring the tears! No, not Chapter 13 type tears.
Was I the only one that felt cheated? The only thing I loved about this book was Keith...he was awesome. The story just fell flat for me. Charlie goes from only loving Ben to really wanting Deac...but why? Deacon hates Charlie than wants her...but why? There was no real character or story building, no reasoning as to what was going on.
Grace {Rebel Mommy Book Blog}
Aug 18, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: arc
Charlie has just come home from college. She is still trying to figure out how to trust anyone with her heart as well her son Keith's as well. Then there is Deacon. He is known for getting around with women of Thatch and doesn't know if he will ever be able to shake that but he is willing to try for Charlie though. Will these two be able to get past their issues to make it work. This book was short, sweet and had so many of the things I love in books, such as:

Small Town Setting

Lauren at Live Read and Breathe Reviews

3.75 Twisted Good Stars!

The queen of love triangles is back but this love triangle has a twist.

Charlie has had some bad luck where it comes to the hands she's been given and it doesn't help that her brothers best friend Deacon hates her. Thankfully she has the sweetest son that you can't help but fall in love with him.

Deacon has had life pretty easy but his friends not seeing past his player ways is getting old. Deacon used to adore Charlie but can't respect her choices (Even though he doesn't
Claudia Pinillos
I've been waiting for more Charlie crumbs since Letting Go, waiting for more on Graham/Deacon since To The Stars, and this book delivered everything and more.

Deacon... Sometimes you just wanna grab Deacon by the neck and whip him into shape. You would think he would have learned his lesson after judging Harlow so harshly, but no, here he goes again, judging Charlie without knowing her whole story.

If you haven't read Letting Go, take a break now and go read it, cause you need all the background
Jul 31, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Deacon - we've grown to know him as the man whore of Thatch. Charlie - we've had a love/hate/love relationship with her once we found out what she was up to with Ben. Now it's time to shine some more light onto their lives. Onto their hopes, dreams, fears, truths and souls.

This series has held such a special place in my heart. If I had never read Letting Go (Thatch #1) I would've never been introduced to Molly McAdams. I probably would have, but it would've been a while before I found her. And t
* A review copy was provided by the author/publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review *

~ 5 Charlie Girl Stars ~

Show Me How was a bittersweet read for me. I was looking forward to reading this book and I was not disappointed at all. I LOVED this book. But it is bittersweet because this is the last book in the Thatch Series and I am sad to see this series end. I loved each and every book in this series. To be honest each book got better then the last. Molly gave us such memora
Jo - •.★Reading Is My Bliss★.•
This is the final story in the Thatch series and everyone we have read about so far is in this book, which I loved by the way. This is very much Charlie and Deacon's story. Oh and Keith, he completely stole the show, every time he appeared.

Charlie has just moved back to Thatch with her son Keith. They are currently living with Jagger & Grey, until she can get herself settled and in a position to be able to independently support her son. Everyone is happy to see her back and to welcome her home
Jun 21, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: books-i-own, signed
I'm so thrilled to get the last book in this series! When I received the book I was like

I decided they my review is going to be a written as I read and have thoughts and reactions throughout.

How did I forget Jagger and Grey had a baby?!?!?!

I'm cherishing the fact that we get to see into the lives of Grey, Jagger, Knox, Harlow, and Graham. Characters we have fallen in love with in Letting Go and To The Stars

I'm feeling like Raven whil
Jeanine Levy
Aug 05, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Show Me How I cannot find the words to describe the feels Molly McAdams puts on paper with this book. I felt Charlie's grief in my heart while reading this, felt her joy, love
and affection for her son and family. I felt Deacon fighting feeling anything other then hate when we first see him in this book. It's such a change from the big teddy bear we know him to be from the other 2 books in the Thatch series. You could feel him fighting his feelings through out the book. Keith, Charlie's so, he st
Michell Hall casper
Where do I even begin? I don't know that my words will do Molly McAdams any justice!!

Molly has a way with tearing you to pieces and then putting you back together word by word. This book was no different than any other. She will have you ugly crying, screaming at her in your head, sighing and swooning within seconds. And she will have you walking away at peace with it all.

I absolutely loved everything about this book from the storyline to the characters created!! You will feel the heartache to
Jul 28, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Show Me How captured my heart. You think you know Charlie and Deacon from meeting them in Letting Go & To The Stars, but you really don’t. Molly McAdams does not disappoint with this book. My heart was pounding, breathe stolen, and anxiety level spiked at the story of hate, secrets, assumptions and love.

We get to see another side of Deacon in this book. Can this manwhore be reformed? That is one of the parts I loved about this story. I never thought that a line in a book delivered by the four-y
Aug 19, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I had the incredible privilege of getting an ARC of Show Me How by Molly McAdams.

If there's anyone who knows how to write a male character that I'll fall for, it's Molly McAdams.

If there's anyone who can write a young adult girls point of view that can echo my younger self in love, Molly's the gal to do it.

Her books scream of the young lustful angst that many of us can identify with and that is ingrained into our hearts.

Show Me How is no different. Getting to read Charlie and Deacon's story is b
Marissa Chavez
Sep 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
If I could I would give this book 20 stars that just how amazing it is!

First of Molly did it again! Such beautiful love story between Charlie and Deacon! I seriously couldn't put it down! Such a fantastc book! I loved every about it!!!
Nicole Janko
Aug 13, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Molly has done it again with this book.
I have so many thoughts and feelings on this book but I'm terrified of giving away parts. Just read this book!!
You had Jagger and Grey's story which was amazing then comes along Knox and Harlow which was my favorite and now you have Charlie's story which is competing for favorite in my heart.

I don't want to give away too much so I'm just going to leave this here.

"I won't tell you that I'm in love with you, because I'm still not sure that I'll ever know
Marlee Carr
Aug 16, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I've read every Molly McAdams book & naturally loved them. Normally by the end of the 1st or 2nd chapter I'm hooked!!

This book was different. By the time I was 5 pages in I was hooked!!! Again Molly touched every single emotion I feel like a human can have. Confusion, sadness, lose, happiness, love, excitement, and over all pure joy.

Deacon your bad boy man hoe & Charlie the "shy" girl collide to make this without a doubt my favorite Thatch book in the Series. The heart ache will make you cry, t
Heather Carver
Oct 20, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
While I love Molly McAdams I felt like I've read this story before. It's the same ole same ole with these books about manwhores. I knew it was going to be like this so I don't know why I read it.

With that being said Molly had a way of drawing you into a book and making you feel right along with the characters. I felt so bad for Charlie. She took a my of crap. I also felt like there were some unanswered questions. I needed to know more.

I felt more of a connection between Stranger and Words than
Ashley Lambert
Aug 10, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I was hooked From the very first page..
When I found out about this story i was beyond excited , you get to really Know the real Charlie and see things threw her eyes and deacon's and catch up with Some familiar characters from the other books i thought This was a perfect story to end the thatch series with 5 star read from me.
Flo Grugel
Aug 24, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Can't beleive the Thatch Series is over, Show Me How was the perfect addition to this emotional collection (you will need tissues) the books don't necessarily need to be read in order as all three have different characters but they do make appearances in others. I loved the ending..the whole series was tied up lovely. ...more
Jul 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is a beautiful book about two people who don`t seem to fit together at the surface.

Charlie: Introvert, shy, single and a romantic with an broken heart.
Deacon: Extrovert and a womanizer with a dislike of children.

By chance, these two get the possibility of an anonymous exchange of their inner thoughts.
This is - in contrast to their real life - completely value-free and risk-free. - It creates an emotional bond; which was not planned.
Add to this the ability of children to sneak into a hea
Apr 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I’m happily on a Molly McAdams train and I won’t get off! Lol😋 I just adored this book! There’s nothing I would change honestly. The epilogue was perfection! Which I’m always complaining about epilogues, so it’s nice to finally feel like I got a good one🥰 I still want to read so much more about these characters, but I’m not sure I’ll ever feel differently...even if she wrote dozens of books about them! Anyway, on to the next Molly McAdams book! Eekk🙌🏻
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