Finding Eden is the continuation, and conclusion, to Becoming Calder.
When the world as you know it has ended, when all that you love has been washed away, where do you find strength?
When the new world you’ve stepped into is as isolating as the last, when your heart is broken, and your future is unclear, where do you find hope?
Finding Eden is a story of strength, discovery, forgiveness, and undying love. It is about believing in your destiny and following the path that leads to peace.
THIS IS THE SECOND PART, AND CONCLUSION, IN A TWO-PART SIGN OF LOVE SERIES INSPIRED BY AQUARIUS (BECOMING CALDER SHOULD BE READ FIRST). New Adult Contemporary Romance: Due to strong language and graphic sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.
It’s been a few days since I finished reading Becoming Calder and Finding Eden. You know a book was phenomenal when you can’t stop thinking about it days later. You dream about it. You wonder what the characters are doing, what they’re thinking, where they are now—long after you finish. Mia Sheridan wrote an epic story of love, sadness, longing and hope.
Finding Eden begins after Becoming Calder ends. Having been apart from Calder since the tragic flood, Eden has tried to make a life of her own. Finding a new home and a new “extended family” she has found some peace, but she has never found anything to heal her broken heart. She is merely existing in so many ways, never able to forget her one true love.
“Was this the life I was meant to be living? Was this my destiny . . . to walk through all my days feeling a constant void deep inside, a constant wanting?”
Calder is on the same path. Lost, broken, existing while creating art, but not really living. He buries himself in his work wishing he could somehow change the past.
“Eden, Eden, I was dead without you. Oh God, I’ve been walking around like a ghost—half in this world, and half in the other.”
Both the hero and the heroine had so much to overcome. Dealing with the past and trying to fit into a future that was drastically different than what they were accustomed to. Trying to find their way and see if they fit.
This is a story of love—the kind you search your whole life for. The kind you’d move mountains to sustain. When Calder and Eden reunite, my heart stopped. The world stopped. I couldn’t stop reading. I was so emotional, tears streaming down my face as I followed them along on their journey to healing.
“I wish we didn’t glow so brightly.”
“Me neither. But we do, so let’s make the most of it. Let’s go out and find some darkness, Calder Raynes. Let’s light it up.”
And does Mia light it up. She lights up your heart, your mind, your soul. She creates these characters, every one of them, who are so good, who love so deep, who are so strong. Calder and Eden share a love like no other. She gives you all the feels. She has the power to evoke so many emotions. Their journey will stay with you long after you finish the last word.
“I think we have to focus on the beauty we’ve been given in this life, and make that the thing that defines us.”
If this book isn’t a beauty, I don’t know what is. It reminds you to appreciate all the beauty around you. All the love and memories you create every day. The message is profound. Tell everyone you know—friends, family, online buddies, to drop everything and go one click! Mia Sheridan is brilliant. The characters, the plot, the twists, the turns, just so powerful. She amazes me with every story she creates. It’s rare to come across an author that blows you away every single time.
All the stars in the sky “life changing, extremely satisfied stars.”
About Mia Sheridan
I’m an avid reader, and now writer! of romance and erotic novels. I live in Cincinnati, Ohio with my husband who is a police officer and my biggest fan (not necessarily in that order).
We have four children here on earth and one in heaven. When I’m not sitting on my couch with my head buried in my Kindle, I can be found writing or doing anything creative from building a patio, to sewing pillows. The wild hairs I get know no bounds. Leo is my debut novel, but my head is swimming with more…
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