What We See
Her sight's fading. Her world's closing in. And there's nothing she can do to stop it.
Make it work. That's Kali Johnson's motto. But as each doctor's appointment steals more hope, making it work seems impossible.
When Lincoln Fraser steps back into Kali's world, refusing to step back out of it, Kali feels thrust into a life she never asked for.
As the weeks pass, Kali must make a choice. Will she let fear and frustration rule her, or determine to find beauty and purpose in tragedy?
What We See is Book Two in a continuing three part story. Please don't read it without first reading Book One, Behind Our Lives. If you do, you'll probably be confused and frustrated.
What We See
Once again Ms. Carr brings her characters of Kali the nurse and mother, Theo her mute son, and Lincoln the man who saved Theo from being hit by a car, alive for us. This is the second installment in a trilogy.
I found myself crying along with their frustrations, as well as cheering each victory—both small and large. Theo’s first words and his excitement on the day that Kali loses her job because of her increasing blindness made you see frustration as well as the excitement and joy. The high for Theo and the low for Kali. The situations were handled realistically in the storyline, showing just how much in depth research was done by Ms. Carr on the medical aspect.
Lincoln is the man who helps to bring Kali and Theo alive, while dealing with his own family demons. Each of them help the other while helping themselves.
I would highly recommend this book, and look forward to the final installment in the series. I would also advise you to read the first installment so that you can appreciate the character development.
I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.