Seven years after Eye of the Beholder ends, Neil Craftsman's story begins. When Sarah Donner learns she's pregnant, she hopes this blessing will be the thing to make her husband finally love her. But to her horror, he announces that she will go live with her overbearing mother-in-law.
Weeks before she is due to give birth, they are traveling to her mother-in-law's when some thieves kill him. Ready to give birth, she has to rely on the aid of the one man others had warned her about: Neil Craftsman. She knows of his tarnished past, and no respectable woman will go near him. But when she learns her husband left her with no home and no money, she has nowhere else to go but to the one man she's shunned.
As she gets to know Neil, she learns that there is more to him than meets the eye. But when his past comes back to haunt him, will her newfound love be enough to redeem him - or will he always be a shunned man?
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The book was well written and keeps the readers attention. Only thing is the ending seemed very childish, something a couple of 18 year olds would scheme up.
I have to say that I was not expecting the level of intimacy described in this book, I was overwhelmed by it. Especially since I thought it was a Christian based novel, truthfully it was done in God fashion ( that is hard to say) I felt that it was the kind of intimacy God plans for every married couple. I'm sure that was hard to justify, but am grateful it done tastefully.
The ending seemed thrown together. It was rushed and not very believable. The rest of the book was tolerable, but definitely not worthy of 4 or 5 stars.