Everything seems to be going Iian’s way, he has a successful restaurant, a beautiful home, family, and friends. He’s even overcome the loss of his hearing, but why does he still feels like something is missing.
Allison has worked hard to make a name for herself in the art world, now all she wants is peace and quiet to work on her passion. But, with her mother overtaken by illness, she has less time than ever. When everything is stripped away in one tragic blow, and she’s being stalked by a mad-man, she’ll need the help of her hometown and an old flame, to turn everything around and find what she’s been looking for.
I lost my vision nearly three years ago. Obviously, it came with a different set of challenges than losing my hearing would have; but I understand the feeling that no one would want you because of a disability.
The Pride series
I have really enjoyed the Pride series. Interesting characters and story line. But whoever edited the books did an absolutely horrendous job. As I read there have been countless typos, wrong words used, and incorrect words used - to instead of too, there instead of their are just a couple examples. It is very annoying to read. It interrupts the reader's attention to the story.
I was sucked into purchasing this book because I enjoyed the first of the series and the author made me curious enough to continue reading through to Ian's story. I should have stopped at the first book though because the stories are too similar/follow a pattern. Iian's story wasn't super interesting to me or perhaps by this third book, I just wanted more pizazz.