Finding Fisher is a short novel about love, lies, loyalty and what it means to be truly alive.
Franklin Smith was the perfect fiancé. He was at the top of our class at Stanford and had been recently accepted to Harvard Law. But Spring Break our senior year of college changed everything. He went back home to New Jersey and never returned. At his funeral I discovered a guy I never knew. His secret past. And a twin brother, Fisher, I didn’t know existed.
Author’s Note: When I learned about the tragic death of cover model Josh Nicholson and saw the wonderful photos that Eric McKinney of 6:12 Photography had taken of Josh I just knew I had to write a book in his memory. This is the novel that Joshua Scott Nicholson inspired.
A portion of the profits from the cover and book sales will be donated to Joining Hearts, Inc., a 501(c)(3), all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to providing housing support to people living with HIV and AIDS in Atlanta, in memory of Josh.
About the Author:
USA TODAY Bestselling author Dakota Madison is known for writing New Adult and contemporary romance with a little spice and lots of heart. She likes to explore current social issues in her work. Dakota is a winner of the prestigious RONE Award for Excellence in the Indie and Small Publishing Industry. When she’s not at her computer creating spicy stories Dakota likes to spend time with her husband and their bloodhounds at their home outside Phoenix, Arizona. Dakota also writes under the pen names SAVANNAH YOUNG, SIERRA AVALON and REN MONTERREY.
Before we begin I want to thank My Reading Addiction Blog Tours for providing us with a copy of this book so that we could bring you this review.
Ok I have to say that when I took on reading this book I didn’t think I was going to have to reaction to it that I did. I will admit that when I first started to read it, I didn’t like Chloe at all. I thought she was a bit snobbish as well as prissy. But Dakota did a good job of redeeming her. Though the way that this story started with Chloe finding out she’d lost the person she planned to spend the rest of her life with. It was best that she did. Without giving too much of the story away I would say that nothing is ever as it appears, this is definitely the lesson this book contains. I really loved the premise of this book and the idea that Dakota had when she wrote this. I think that if you were to read this story you would quickly and just as easily fall for these characters… Again I am trying not to give anything away. I will say one other thing… I ADORE Fisher.
Hope you give this book a chance and like it as much as I did. I give this book 4.5 kisses.