He feared no one…but himself.
Recovering from a past shaped by violence, Matt Holloway has sworn to live a different life than his parents did. Matt has found a purpose that keeps his lingering pain and fear at bay: helping others to heal. Yet the nightmares continue to haunt him.
Grace has lived a life of luxury, sheltered by her family’s money and connections. When a betrayal forces her to question everything, she leaves her family and accepts an ambitious position in a career for which she may not be ready.
When the two first meet, they cannot deny their instant, intense attraction. While Grace is willing to take another risk with her heart, Matt remains chained by his past and struggles to trust their future together. Fighting to save the children they’ve pledged to help, Matt and Grace must learn to overcome the pain in their past and find their true courage.
©2014 Tammy Gray (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved
Powerful, evocative, heart-warming.
I absolutely loved the contrast of the two different narrators giving voice to the hero and heroine. They did an absolutely fantastic job of bringing the book to life.
There were so many moments in this book that captured my imagination and heart, but without spoiling anything, the second-to-last chapter where everyone came together... perfect!
A friend recommended this book to me, and I'm glad I listened to her. This won't be my last book by T. L. Gray!
There is some convincing drama dealing with the harsh realities of poverty, violence, and the desperation that go along with that. The storyline was predictable, though, so don't expect any real suspense. Still, it's always so refreshing to find fiction that has clean language and traditional moral values.
I gave it 3 stars because I did like the characters & really liked Marcus & the ideas of the children's center for under privileged kids. There were some real promising parts to this book where I thought it was going to get good for me but it just fell flat. Not sure why. there just wasn't enough....oomph for me or something. Out of all the other books i've read, this wouldn't be in the top 100 to recommend to a friend :/
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