by T. Saint John
Noah Stone has returned to Chicago, after his six year serving as an Army Doctor. His only family lives here, his two brothers that he would do anything for. At thirty-five, he doesn't need anyone else. One and done is good enough for him. His past made sure he was incapable of love. By chance and circumstance, a young, smart-mouthed nurse keeps showing up in his life. Slowly, Noah realizes that he's changing. Changing the way he is thinking, the way he is acting. As much as he tries to fight it, he realizes he can’t fight the fate that keeps bringing them together.
This book is for mature audiences over 18 years of age due to language, abuse and sexual situations. If you are sensitive to this subject matter this book might not be for you.
I love Molly! She is smart, funny, quirky, and gives him a run for his money. She stands up for herself and she's not afraid to do what's right. Being the new person in town, with a new job fresh out of nursing school, she's just trying to find new friends.
Noah has it all on the surface, but Molly is able to make him take a look at himself, and once she breaks a crack in his facade, he becomes putty in her hands.
T Saint John has created a family of brothers, who have been alone their whole lives. With Molly, suddenly they have a dysfunctional extended family full of interesting friends. Loved this first book, can't wait to read about Noah's brothers. I'm giving Finding Stone a 4 1/2 stars!!