Can a determined three-year-old inspire them to love again?
Injured in a debilitating accident at age six, Ethan Searle believes women eye him with a mixture of pity and disdain. He's tried love before. He won't again. He meets his match in a precocious three-year-old who loves him despite his disability, even while her mother seems bothered by everything about Ethan.
Autumn Reader escaped her abusive marriage with her beautiful daughter and a stack of fear. She can't make the mistake of trusting a man again. Autumn's daughter becomes enraptured by Ethan. Despite Autumn's best intentions, she finds herself following her daughter's example. When her ex-husband reappears, threatening everyone she loves if she won't submit to his demands, Autumn has to learn to trust or lose her chance at real love.
©2012 Cami Checketts (P)2013 Camille Checketts
I really liked that the hero was disabled, as that is not typical in books. I liked the attraction between the two characters, but wasn't fond of the way they interacted for portions of the story.
As I first listened to the story, I thought the narrator was saying "Adam" instead of "Autumn". It took me awhile to understand her pronunciation of Autumn's name. She had a cute accent for Brit. But, there was a part of the book where a woman talked with a screeching voice and it about blew my earbuds off! Ouch! Overall, it was fun to listen to.
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