Finnegan Jamison has no ties to anyone outside of his adoptive parents. But when a lawyer representing his biological father calls to tell him of a strange inheritance, he meets someone who could change his entire view of relationships. From the first moment he saw her, he knew she was different. She made him feel and think things he'd never before allowed himself to. Though terrified and completely inexperienced, he allowed himself to become close to her, to need her. Through her, Finnegan will learn to trust his gut, follow his heart, and love with every fiber of his being, even if it means ending up exactly where he started: completely alone.
©2016 Jennifer McRae (P)2016 Jennifer McRae
Dan Michaels' voice is resonant, pleasant, and engaging. The characters came alive as he interpreted each with differences in tone, accent, and manner of speaking. Both the male and female first-person narratives were believable.
It was interesting to find out whether, and how, the lead characters might open up to one another, and to see where their communication might lead.
The story explores the psychological issues surrounding allowing oneself to be vulnerable, having faith in another person, and the emotions inherent in such an exchange.
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