Review: Finding Me by Mariah Dietz

Title: Finding Me
Author: Mariah Dietz

Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Mariah Dietz

Pub Date: June 1, 2015
Rating: 5 Stars

Our thoughts...
Strength~ Courage~ Trust

I have to start by saying that I LOVE the  His series. I love everything about the books, the characters, and the emotions the writing pulls out of you. I had the honor of reading this series very early on, books two and three weren't even out yet. That being said, I still cried while reading my ARC, even though I knew how the story ended. I love books that can pull that kind of emotion out of you.

In Becoming His we have the honor of reading about Harper (Ace as her family and friends calls her) and Max falling in love and learning to trust each other while, dealing with their own insecurities.  Ace's world implodes at the end of the book. She believes that she has lost everything that is important to her and she runs away from her problems. In Losing Her, we follow Max’s journey through life without Ace. He had just found the love of his life and now she is gone without looking back. We watch him struggle to try and remove every trace of her from his life. The reminders of her are just too painful. Finding Me brings everything full circle.

In Finding Me, we meet back up with Harper in Delaware working as a lab assistant to Dr. Maxwell Fitzgerald, known as “Fitz”. Why “Fitz” you might ask? Because saying the name Max is too hard for her. Harper is simply existing but not really living her life. Thanks to a concerned professor, Harper is required to talk to a counselor.  Kitty, her therapist, is trying to get Harper to see things from a different perspective. Harper is stubborn, she’s still hiding, but Kitty, along with Fitz’s help, is slowly starting to make some progress with Harper. Being forced to go back home for her sister, Jenny’s wedding, Harper has no choice but to confront her ghosts. When she arrives back in California everything has changed. Yet some things are still the same.  

This is where writing this review becomes hard. I want to tell you everything, but then I would ruin the story. So many things happen in this book.  We watch Harper struggle with being Ace again. We watch both Max and Ace fight the love they have for each other. Fitz sees a whole different side to Harper; he didn't even know who Ace was. The Bosse sisters realize how many things Ace has kept from them. I’m telling you this is the best book in the series. I want more of Ace and Max, I want books for the other characters. I’m just greedy when it comes to Mariah’s writing. 

We learn that we all have strength inside us that we don’t realize; we just need to find the courage to unleash it and trust that everything will work out as it’s supposed to. My thoughts- read the series then come and find me at The Review Loft so we can talk. I can talk the His characters all day every day. I love them that much! 



  1. Thanks for posting this series looks awesome so I got the books~!

  2. Thanks for posting this series looks awesome so I got the books~!