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Love Comes Home (Senses Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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|Book 3 of 6 in Senses Series|
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- File Size : 3304 KB
- Publication Date : March 6, 2014
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 202 pages
- Publisher : Dreamspinner Press; 1st edition (March 6, 2014)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00IULZANI
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #430,976 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Since moving from New York, he has become a sought after architect and has built a comfortable, if not somewhat isolated life for them. He has friends, but he needs to find that one spirit who can complete him. Now, with his son's blindness taking all of his time outside of his career, he is beginning to believe that he may never find that special person.
Tom is a financial advisor, and a specialist at directing his family's charitable endeavors. He meets Drew and his son and there is an immediate attraction. But Drew must put Davy's needs ahead of his own. Any attempts at a relationship must be always with Davy's needs first and foremost.
As always, Andrew Grey gives his characters body and substance. In this novel, he gives them difficult decisions to make, both about love and acceptance of one's own condition. Even Davy, wise beyond his years, is made all the more real by his courage to make his own decisions and to accept whatever his future may hold.
I found this to be among Grey's most moving and worthy books. This particular series, dealing with disabilities of many kinds, has always been one of the most moving and affecting of all of his work. He does not disappoint anyone here.
In this book I learned how being/going blind effects a child. It had a different feel from the several other books I read involving blind "adult" protagonists. The focus with this one was the reactions of the caretaker, in this case the boy's dad. Good parents hurt when their children are in pain. They try everything in their means to get them better. When they can't get them better they often become overprotective. We watch this occur with a divorced father and his ten year old son. But his son has as stubborn a personality as his dad. The author details the journey from sighted to blindness. It's poignancy is heartbreaking.
Then you throw in a new rich love interest, a deadbeat mom, and a host of carrying friends. His new life with his so s diminishing sight is already fraught with landmines without the complications brought on by all these other well meaning people. The young boy is a character. He has some expressions that I'm still laughing at days later. His desire to see again is both understandable and frustrating. His dad is trying his best to be all his son needs. But he to has to not only learn to ask for help, but to accept it when it's offered.
One of my favorite characters is the best friend of the dad's love interest. He comes to visit from New York city. He is definitely not a small town guy. But he is very funny. I hope the author can find a way to give him his own story. I really enjoyed this book and don't look forward to the series ending.
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It's very innovative in the way he involves the characters from the previous senses stories, they have a positive contribution to the story development rather than just being on the periphery!
Brilliant read again, be moving on to the last in the series soon as I have posted this...and then will look for more by Andrew!
Download it you won't regret it!