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Catching Serenity (Serenity Series Book 4) by [Butler, Eden]
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I really admired the many universal themes that author Eden Butler interweaves into their characters as she engraves something raw and primal and yet captivating. Catching Serenity’s overture of love, loss, friendship, tragedy, heartbreak, healing, and moving forward was the epitome of life and its beautiful blessings and demonic lowest of lows. -Kawehi Reviews

Ms. Butler creates such a wonderful ending to this series and shows how promise and healing can come from heartbreak. -Beth Simkanin

When I read the first book, Chasing Serenity, I had a bone deep knowing that Eden Butler was a special author. Her ability to pull you into her stories - the world that she creates, the characters that she molds, and her ability to immerse you into the emotions of those characters – is nothing short of spectacular. -Alicia at Mean Girls Luv Books

It began with a look.

Just one, thrown my way. A mad, dizzying rush of desire cracking across the patio, bouncing around my friends, ignoring everything but the heat bubbling between his eyes and mine.

That’s when Quinn O’Malley came into my life.

We were inevitable.

We were senseless.

He wrecked me.

He saved me.

I still haven’t recovered.

Sayo McIntyre didn’t want the complications that came with Quinn O’Malley.

But life doesn’t care what we want. It gives us what we need.

CATCHING SERENITY is the last full-length novel in the Serenity Series.

This is a multi-media novel with illustrations from RN Laing. Trigger warnings: real damn life.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2839 KB
  • Print Length: 241 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Eden Butler (26 March 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01DI3IX1S
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #41,283 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 4.7 out of 5 stars 32 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Great series 20 August 2016
By Amazon Customer - Published on
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Wonderful series not my normal read, but i was hooked from the start. Is sam gonna get a book?

Will look for more from this author......Eden is a wonderful writer.
5.0 out of 5 stars Heartbreaking yet hopeful. A simply beautiful read. 28 March 2016
By mjlovestoread - Published on
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This is quite the emotional read. From the very first pages I braced myself for the inevitable heartache that I was sure I would have to face. And it's there all right. An all-consuming, heartbreaking turn of events that we all saw coming. Sayo and everyone around her saw it coming. Quinn, the man she both hated and craved saw it coming. And yet so surprisingly or maybe not, it became the spark that actually set two souls free. And suddenly heartache turned to hope.

I hadn't read the other books in the Seeking Serenity series. I didn't know the other characters and their stories. But they are all here, present and accounted for and my goodness they are quite the crew. For Sayo, with everything she is going through with her dear cousin Rhea, they are there as her distraction, her strength and most certainly her comic relief even when she can't bear to even smile. But it's when the brooding Quinn O'Malley comes to the small town of Cavanaugh, half-brother to Declan, that he somehow through all the pain and numbness, become her savior.

This is a story that while certainly is not a particularly happy one, there is somehow glimpses of a contentment both Sayo and Quinn need in their lives. Both characters are insanely stubborn and maybe that's why they ultimately belong together. Jagged pieces to a complicated puzzle that somehow fit perfectly.

You'll need some tissues for this one but through the tears, even a smile or two manage to find their way to the surface. I attribute that to the author's writing style, which I really enjoy and her ability to juxtapose deep sorrow with the lightness of a child's laugh. In addition the use of RN Laing's artwork in key scenes was just perfect. Everything I pictured in my mind came to life brilliantly. A very welcome extra.

Highly recommended and a solid 5 stars.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Emotional Read 29 March 2016
By tracy supple - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Another amazing read from the talented Eden Butler. This has been my favorite in the serenity series. While reading this book it made me feel so many emotions for the main characters Quinn and Soya, hurt anger heartache and most importantly hope. I really enjoyed that we get to catch up with the rest of the characters in the serenity series. I'm not going to spoil this book and giveaway the story line all I say is have your tissues on hand because you will be needing them and also Eden has put a little something extra special into this book that you don't want to miss.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect. Heartbreaking. Beautiful. 15 April 2016
By aclark - Published on
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This fourth and final story of The Serenity series is beautifully heartbreaking. Do not read this story without tissues handy. While this book can be read as a stand-alone, I truly believe that reading the series from the beginning will only enhance your reading experience. Each book is fantastic in its own right and you really get a feel for each character in this book. You get to know their dynamic and history and it just bring you into the story that much more.

Chasing Serenity is Sayo's story. She currently has her life on hold as her little cousin, Rhea, is hospitalized and dying from cancer. She is very close to her cousin and feels the impending end so, so deeply. I felt her love for Rhea. The emotions jumping off the page were so real, so tangible that they became my own. In the previous stories, Sayo is outgoing, strong, and a rock for her friends. The Sayo in this story is broken, withdrawn, and trying to claw her way to the surface. The author takes us through the stages of grieving and reaching for that needed numbness.

She finds that blessed numbness in Quinn, Declan's troubled, jerky brother. However, there is so much more to Quinn than what meets the eye. He gets introduced to Rhea and falls in love with the little girl. He spends hours with her, which starts off as a point of contention between him and Sayo. When Rhea takes a turn for the worse, she becomes the one thing that pushes them together. They find that much needed comfort in each other's touch.

Oh – my heart! What an excellent ending to one of my all time favorite series. When a series that I have fallen in love with is over a part of me hurts. I look back at all the books with a bittersweet fondness, not quite ready to let go. When I read the first book, Chasing Serenity, I had a bone deep knowing that Eden Butler was a special author. Her ability to pull you into her stories - the world that she creates, the characters that she molds, and her ability to immerse you into the emotions of those characters – is nothing short of spectacular.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Eden Butler is a Master at Writing Emotions 29 March 2016
By Beth Simkanin - Published on
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Catching Serenity is a beautifully poignant book, which shows that healing can come through heartbreak. This is my introduction to Eden Butler, and in my opinion, her unique and talented gift as a writer is writing emotions. She is a master at using emotions to tell a story. This book is raw, heartbreaking at times, and yet beautiful and uplifting too. This book starts off deeply affecting and Ms. Butler warns the reader that this journey for our heroine, Sayo, will be a tough one.

This is the story of Quinn and Sayo, two stubborn individuals who seem to clash with a passion, and on the surface, they don't seem to have anything in common. It's through the connection of one, special girl, Sayo's cousin, Rhea, that they connect and begin to understand one another like no one else can. Both main character's are hiding parts of their true self over fear of being hurt and having someone else see their vulnerabilities. The passionate exchanges between these two are very engaging. You can feel how Sayo fights her attraction to Quinn at first, but it's through trying to numb her pain through Quinn that ultimately brings her the peace she so deserves.

Catching Serenity is a unique book because the author uses illustrations to help tell the story. Visually, it adds another emotional layer to the book. For instance, the cover of this novel, which contains beautiful artwork, relates directly to the plot. I experienced deep emotion through them, which I'm sure is what the author intended. They were very affective and I can't imagine the book without them.

Another element I enjoyed in this book is how Sayo's friends and family play a part in her life. I felt like I was as connected to the secondary characters as much as I was to the main ones. The sense of tight community and family is very present throughout the book. Sayo is from a small community in Tennessee and she is very well loved and cared for by her friends and family. They rally behind each other and their faith is shown in subtle ways too. I noticed this immediately because faith is rarely displayed in a contemporary romance, yet it is so fitting here.

Even though this book may be considered a "tear jerker," it's very uplifting and inspiring. Ms. Butler creates such a wonderful ending to this series and shows how promise and healing can come from heartbreak.

I haven't read any of the other books in the Serenity series, which are all interconnected standalones, but I don't feel I missed out on any of Quinn and Sayo's story. What a beautiful story of love, devotion, family, heartbreak and loyalty. This is my first Eden Butler read, but it definitely won't be my last.