The Depth of the Spirit (Faith, Hope, & Love, Book 1) Kindle Edition
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But one day, Margot enters his life. she's a breath of fresh air, and much to his surprise, she enjoys his company. She has a little bit of an understanding about Thomas' predicament, and the more she is around him, the more she wants things to progress.
It's only a matter of time before Thomas' walls come down and he allows her into his life a hundred percent.
Thomas' mindset broke my heart. Fact of the matter is, it's the way many who are dubbed as *different* feel. He lost the use of his legs and he feels permanently damaged. I love Margot for accepting him just as he is and helps him to see that things aren't as bad as they seem. And boy, she has her work cut out for her, because Thomas goes out of his way to push her from his life because of how afraid he is to fall in love with someone who is smart, strong and beautiful. He was so young when things changed.
I loved watching these two grow together. The Depth of the Spirit is a beautiful story. The series title is a perfect description for the feelings in this story. You do not need to read the first one at all to understand what's going on, but my advice is to read it just because it's another amazing story by Linda.
This is a sweet romance. I found Thomas especially likable. He's gruff and distant at first but is gradually won over by Margot's persistence. Despite all the challenges, Thomas and Margot find a life together in this thought-provoking story.
I also liked that we could discern an intelligent and common-sense author in the writing and handling of either trivial or serious matters, for instance the death of a very close youngster.
Now, I’m curious about Dustin, Thomas loyal best friend.