I liked the author didn’t downplay Eric’s disability, but at the same time it didn’t drive all Eric’s life; Eric is not a pity case, and Cade doesn’t let it influencing his decisions about their relationship. Aside from giving them something in common (also Cade was in a car accident and the outcome could have been the same as Eric), Eric’s disability is no more part of the plot, there is never once a turning point that could be different if Eric was not in a wheelchair.
The story is a medium long novella, but it has the potential to be a longer novel; the author did rush a little in the end, not sure why, but maybe she has not yet finished with these characters. But I highlight again how I appreciated the sensitive way how she approached Eric’s character and the positive attitude she infuses in him.
Amazon Kindle: Five Star Review
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (April 11, 2012)
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