- File Size: 2353 KB
- Print Length: 275 pages
- Publication Date: December 22, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N7L6877
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #242,261 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Howard explores not only Trevor and Leah’s road to finding love but in Part 2 she shows what happens after. Both characters are flawed but real. Their humanness and complexity is what draws the reader in and the depths of passion they have for one another is what makes them such a magnetic coupling. At the end of Part 1, you could almost believe that Trevor and Leah’s story is a fairytale with happily ever after. Part 2, however, delves into the challenges the two face as a committed couple and how they go about working through them. Although I did not like the handling of the situation with Paris, I really enjoyed the story and give it 4.5 stars. The scene during the holiday dinner seemed a little unlikely.
Blind Expectations is a read that you will find hard to put down. Howard’s writing is soulful, inspiring and heart wrenching at the same time but touches the reader no matter what emotion you draw from it. The story is realistic and the characters were endearing. Blind Expectations reminds us that there are no steadfast rules when it comes to love. Love is the one area in life that is full of surprises.
This... This was different in that, she actually married this couple up in the full second installment. She gave us a glimpse into a newly married couple's lives and their struggle to adapt to that life. She gave us an image of two becoming one. That in itself is powerful. Many times in this genre, we get hot and heavy romantic unmarried couples- but Howrad makes Trvevor make Leah an "honest" woman as we say in the south. It was brilliant. The couple and their struggles are very true to what any young , newly married couple might experience. It's just a special thing to see it come together so effortlessly in a story. And what is so hot, is that Trevor doesn't lose an ounce of fiyah because he's a married man. I've read most of her work and I am having a difficult time choosing Travis or Trevor as the dopest guy she's written.
Howard has been nominated for an award for Finding Kennedy which is a no brainier, but I'm like whoever does these awards don't need to sleep on Blind Expectations.
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