THEY SAY LOVE IS BLIND by Pepper Pace
The Good: Ms. Pace has created yet another compelling couple in Lee and Tory. Loved the details of Lee’s day-to-day life as a blind man, and especially loved learning about Flores, an island country I had never heard of before reading this book. I appreciated that they were both insecure about things the other didn’t mind, size for Tory, sight for Lee. Lee is an excellent hero, and his big family really makes this lovable story shine.
The Bad: The main characters fall in love very quickly, which rings false, considering how insecure they are. Also, the story treads water for a bit in the middle.
The Naughty: Steamy. Lots of sex scenes.
Editing issues: A few typos. A couple instances of head-hopping.
Length: 202 pages
Final Grade: B+
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Theodora Taylor writes and reviews in Pittsburgh, PA.