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Patience was not one of Belle Gregory's virtues. So when she finds herself lying flat on her back in the sand with a tone male body on top of her, she curses her loss of sight. But the doctors say she will see again, a fact that has Adam Parker very worried. He has no choice but to live with the damage done to his face by a roadside bomb more than a year ago, but can Belle? Or will she see only the scars and not what's in his heart?

©2011 Jo Barrett (P)2017 Jo Barrett

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A Short buy Poignant Romance

I was especially moved by the circumstances surrounding both Adam and Belle. I admit I warmed to Adam's character a lot quicker than I did Belle's. However, as they both learned to trust and love again, I could easily see them as a couple.

Author Jo Barrett has packed a lot of story into a small, but rewarding package.

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Great short story

I knew this was a short story so was prepared for it to not be long. However, I found it was an enriched story that had everything needed for a good romance. Two damaged people who are afraid to face the world head on find a way to help each other heal. I liked the characters, the lovely beach setting, and the sweet story. The narrator was good, doing an effective job of differentiating characters and providing just the right amount of suspense. I enjoyed it so much I listened to it twice. I was given a copy of this book to review.

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Sweet but short

Is there anything you would change about this book?

I was surprised there was no chapter designation although the narrator did pause at various parts.

Would you recommend Through Your Eyes to your friends? Why or why not?

I think most of my friends would prefer a longer book

Which character – as performed by Ellen B. Gralick – was your favorite?

There was little distinction between the characters by the narrator, although she did a good job in conveying emotion

Do you think Through Your Eyes needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

It would be nice to see how the characters continue to grow and strengthen as a couple