Love Comes in Darkness
A Senses Series Story Howard Justinian has always had to fight for his freedom. Because he was born blind, everyone is always trying to shelter him, but he’s determined to live his life on his own terms. When an argument with his boyfriend over that hard-won self-reliance leaves Howard stranded... show more
A Senses Series Story Howard Justinian has always had to fight for his freedom. Because he was born blind, everyone is always trying to shelter him, but he’s determined to live his life on his own terms. When an argument with his boyfriend over that hard-won self-reliance leaves Howard stranded by the side of the road, assistance arrives in the form of Gordy Jarrett. Gordy is a missionary’s son, so helping others is second nature—and he does it in such an unassuming manner that Howard can’t say no. Life is barely back on track when Howard receives shocking news: his sister died, leaving him her daughter to care for. Howard now faces his greatest challenge yet: for Sophia’s safety, he’ll need to accept help, but will he learn to accept it from Gordy, the one man who will not curb his independence?
Publish date: August 9th 2013
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 204
Edition language: English
Series: Senses (#2)
I really liked this book it was a fun sweet read and so easy to get into. Our MC Howard was born blind, he had good and loving parents who have both passed away so all the family he has in the world is his sister and niece. He's dating a jerk named Cedric (and did I mention that Cedric is a Jerk!!!...
Love Comes In Darkness is the second in the Senses Series. I haven’t read book one, and while I believe book two can be read as a standalone, some may feel as though they’re missing out on the first couple’s story. In that case, read Love Comes Silently first.There were a few skeptics wondering how ...
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I never really warmed to Howard, tbh. He came across as cold all the way through. I did like Gordy, though, and the secondary characters were lovely.
Andrew Grey is a serious hit or miss with me. The first story in this series got a 4 stars. I remember really liking the story and had only one or some quips. This one just didn't do anything for me. Howard is blind and you are reminded CONSTANTLY he is unable to take visual cues and see objects. I ...