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Through These Eyes (2013)

by N.R. Walker(Favorite Author)
4.22 of 5 Votes: 5
N.R. Walker
Blind Faith
review 1: I can't believe it took me so long to get around to reading these. Carter is the new vet in town and spends the first wee while in his new job following around Dr Fields whose shoes he has to fill. One of Carters roles is to do house calls where he is introduced to Isaac and his guide dog Brady. Isaac is closed off, rude, arrogant and at times downright unpleasant and it is clear he has 'bonding issues' with his dog. Carter begins to break down Isaacs barriers and they strike up a friendship. I loved the dynamics between the two MC's and was so happy when they shared their first kiss. Isaac is well written. He's fiercely independant and incredibly brave in his approach to life. Although he is verbally cruel to Carter (a lot!) you can see it's his defence mechanism (... morenot that that makes it ok) and I felt heart sorry for him with everything he goes through in the second book. I thought Carters best friend Mark was hilarious. He is bisexual, admits he's 'not fussy' and says the most inappropriate things and generally has no filter. I can't wait to read the third book, which is about him, to see if he gets his HEA.
review 2: This is the second book in the Blind Faith series and it was wonderful. This book is darker than the first but equally as well written. Issac and Carter are living together in Issac's house. Issac meets Josh at work and they begin to spend time together. Carter is jealous but has concerns that Josh is up to something. Issac and Carter fight when Issac tells him he's considering eye surgery in Argentina to restore his sight. Issac says unforgiveable things to Carter and tells him to get out. Carter goes to Issac's sister's house. He's devastated. He gets a message from Issac that says he's going away but when he comes back things will be different. Carter realizes that he's going to Argentina and rushes to stop him. The truth comes out. Issac is sad and apologetic. Carter tells him things have to change....they can't keep on as they are. We get to witness their growth. Carter is such a nurturer and no one needs it more than Issac. less
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AWWWWWWWW. That last scene is just killer *sniffs repeatedly* Review to come later.
I absolutely loved it! So many emotions, will definitely re-read
Wow. That was some ending. Review soon.
WOW!!!! More later!!!
3.5 stars
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