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First, we have Tatum. She won me over with her dirty mouth and her sass. She's hilarious, unfiltered, and the kind of person I'd like to be. She's successful and completely happy with her life... you know, other than the little part about going blind. Enter Ben. He becomes her personal assistant, helping her adjust to her narrowing vision and impending darkness. He's perfect for her immediately. He's sweet, funny, and adores her from the moment he sets eyes on her. The reader knows that he has a secret the entire time, and so does Tatum for a while, and when it finally comes out, it's heartbreaking but perfect all at the same time. Their chemistry is off-the-charts and very real. I loved all of the characters.
I only have two complaints. One, it took way too long for Ben to enter the picture. I actually was pretty bored for the first six or so chapters. Once Ben shows up, it picks up substantially. Two, the vacation section slows down again. It needed to happen, in a way, but it got a bit blah for me. Other than that, it was fast paced, funny, and so sweet. I'll definitely be reading more from this author in the future!
So here's the particulars:
POV: the main female character Tatum's
Style: 1st person...thank you, that's what I like
Characters: main characters are Tatum and Ben. Side characters are Best friend Winnie and Brother Cooper, as well as a boyfriend/to be ex and work people. All characters are likeable and not the least bit annoying, whiny or wimpy. Well the ex is an ass but that's his role
My thoughts: so you have a comedy writer who is losing her eyesight. Her doctor tries to convince her to talk to a therapist, go to blind camp and get help. She opts for door number 3 and gets help...I mean like hiring a driver a cleaning service and a personal assistant. Enter Ben, the "personal assistant" who is hot and sweet and caring and all over charming and lovable. And as the stories usually go you have attraction, flirting and the whole boss/employee issue.
So this book is funny and witty so it just my cup of tea. I love banter and teasing...I mean she's a comedy writer so the story has to be funny and it is and it's charming and of course there is bit of sad in there. It's just and all over good story.
Epic scene of the book: the best breakup of all time
- I pretty much hated the nickname Benny.
- I would have liked more sex, more steamy sex.
I recommend this book. I'm really glad that going to this event has forced me to read from authors I have never heard of before because I have read some real gems. This was a fun enjoyable book to read. Although I swear there could have been some funny stuff if the author had made her go to blind camp...just saying.
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