Author: Stormy Glenn
Genre: Same Sex Contemporary Romance.
Part of a series: Yes, Blaecleah Brothers #4
Release Date: 1 October 2011
This book was: My own e-book.
Benjamin Brody and Neason Blaecleah shared one special night together then went their separate ways, both afraid of what they wanted from the other and neither willing to put themselves out on a limb. But a fateful mistake changes all of that. When Neason is involved in a car accident he's left without his sight.
Neason's anger and pain are out of control and the only one that seems to be able to handle him is a man he never expected to see again. When Neason's brother delivers him from the hospital into Brody's hands, Neason's anger knows no bounds. But his curiosity and need for what Brody can give him is more powerful than his rage. Neason just doesn't know if he has the strength and courage to give up the control Brody seems to need from him, not when he doesn't know if Brody wants to keep him.
This is what I think of the book.
I will be honest this one made me to a double take, I read the blurb but it didn't register that Brody was the priest who married Lany and Asa it just didn't occur to me that it would be the same person.
So when the penny dropped I have to say I was a bit shocked. Not that he was gay but that that he had that particular kink. Now don't get me wrong here I like that kink in books so its not that it the fact he is a priest but once I got over that I have to say I loved this.
I felt so sorry for Neason especially after his accident but the fact Brody took control of everything gave him the space to heal. I think this is one of my favourite books in this series so far just because it is just about the 2 of them and Neason's struggle to come to terms not only with his needs but with his new reality. If I stay honest I would have liked the ending to be a little different, (spoiler alert!!!!!) I would have liked him to stay blind rather then gain some eye sight back, because I think it would have been the brave thing to do with him. I still loved it though so I cant hold that against it.
My Rating: I LOVED this!!