My Rating: 4
Publication: May 10th 2017
Read: June 18, 2017
Genres: Romance (Novella)
POV: Third-person alternating perspectives
Julie Daniels has committed her life to teaching the blind. Cowboy, Clay Marshall, turns to her for help. As their worlds collide Clay and Julie find that they have to rely on blind faith.
**This book was previously released in the Charity Anthology: ‘Incompatibly Yours’**
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
4 Stars to Blind Faith by Teresa Gable.
Blind Faith was previously released in an anthology. (see blurb for details) Before this book, I haven’t read anything by this author. I actually came across this book in my daily travels through social media. I enjoyed this story very much. Although it was very short, I still felt a connections with the main characters. I wished this book were a full length because the premise of the story was interesting and engaging.
Julie works with helping the blind find courage and strength to see beyond their darkness and despair. This is a job that she is good at. In addition, she finds it very rewarding to help people. Julie wouldn’t change what she does for anything. I like that she was strong and sassy, yet shy at the same time. Julie was a great character.
Clay is the typical sexy, alpha cowboy that we ladies swoon over. And it was so easy to swoon over him. Julie accepted a job with Clay Marshall, a man she crushed on as a teen. Even years later he has her lady bits all tingly. Julie is hired to help Clay’s brother, Bo. Since this is a short story, I’m not going to go into details.
Clay remembers Julie from high school. They didn’t run in the same crowds and she was quiet and shy back then. But he did notice her. In fact, Clay had a bit of a crush on her as well. When Julie comes to the ranch, Clay is a little surprised at his reaction her. He is definitely attracted however he keeps his distance. Julie is there to help Bo.
Although I adored watching Clay and Julie find love with each other, I was even more focused on her relationship with Bo. I admit, I was worried about his outcome.
The ending was sweet although a bit rushed. Again, this is a short story and there is only so much you can put into it before it becomes a full length. I wouldn’t have minded that at all. That said, Blind Faith was short and sweet and hit the spot.
I will definitely be looking to read more from this author in the future.