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Blind Faith

Friday, October 30, 2020

Blind Faith (2013) N.R. Walker (Blind Faith)

Blind FaithCarter Reece has moved to Boston to take a position a veterinary clinic. One of the unexpected things is that the clinic still does house calls for a few people–one of whom is Isaac Brannigan–a man who uses brashness and arrogance to hide his fear of losing those he loves.

I especially liked Isaac’s sister Hannah, who was his caretaker, but who also refused to put up with his bullshit.

“A few years ago, there were a few occasions where I’d, well, I’d pissed Hannah off, and she paid me back.”

“Paid you back with what?”

“Well, apparently I’ve worn Sesame Street and Disney to school.”

I looked at Isaac. “Really, Isaac? She did that to you?”

Isaac nodded. “Apparently. Of course I didn’t know until I got to school and someone told me the Big Bird shirt I was wearing was so yellow even they could see it, and they only had ten percent vision.”

This was an interesting story, but it was one of her earlier books I believe, and was nowhere near as polished or good as the stories of hers I’ve read recently–it wasn’t bad, but if this had been my introduction I might not have sought out other books by her, and I don’t think I’ll read the other two books in the series.

As I said, it was fine, but not great, and I think I’d rather re-read some of her excellent stories.

Publisher : N.R. Walker
Rating: 6/10


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