Author: Andrew Grey
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: February 2010
This book was: My own e-book
This is the summary off the back of the book.
Joey Sutherland has found a home with Geoff Laughton and his partner, Eli, living and working at the farm that has become a refuge after a motorcycle accident left him with a scarred face and a lot of insecurities. When Geoff's aunt Mari convinces them to take in a musician from the National Youth Symphony, Joey is reluctantly roped into picking him up, already anticipating the disgust he'll see on the man's face. But Robert Edward Jameson surprises him: he's outgoing and friendly, he's willing to try just about anything around the farm, and he's blind, which goes a long way toward easing Joey's nerves. Joey and Robbie become inseparable and discover the beginnings of love. But summer is coming to an end, and Robbie will return to his home in Mississippi, where his family and servants see to everything he could want or need. Joey can only hope Robbie will take a chance on love and escape the boundaries that have shaped his sightless life. A Love Means... story.
This is what I think of the book.
This, like the other books in this series, is a beautiful story of love. The fact the Robbie is blind gives this story a new dimension and a very believable one at that.
You feel like you are walking beside Robbie as he navigates his world. A lot of thought has gone into the writing of this story and the fact they both have issues only makes them all the more loveable. In the first book Chris was like a little puppy and now he is all grown up and what a man he has grown into.
I really like that you get what the titles suggest a story about overcoming boundaries, whether it is self imposed, sociatal or parental, this is about moving beyond them. If you have not read any of Andrew Greys work before then read this. Although it has a lot to say, as do al the books in this series, it is said with finesse and clarity. I will confess to being a die hard fan of Mr Grey now so I may be a bit biased but as his work stand up for its self I think anyone reading it for the first time will soon also be a fan too!!
My Rating: I LOVED this!!