REVIEW ROUNDUP – BLIND FAITH by LAINY BRADSHAW
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Wow! I am still sat here thinking about this book……the day after finishing it. What happened at the beginning leaves Faith traumatized in more ways than one and I wondered how she could possibly move forward…….but she does. This woman has so much strength and tenacity. Not letting anything get in her way to move on…….then she meets Cain…….a somewhat troubled soul but you feel their connection almost immediately.
There are some twists and turns that left me totally breathless!…and I am still not sure how I feel about some of them…….my heart has been shaken six ways Sunday!!…… .expect the unexpected!
I recommend you go one click this! ~ Lynne
Rating 5 Stars
This is one of those books that has a lot of potential but it didn’t work for me. I feel that the author did too big of a 180 on the second half to make it believable to me. I loved the first half. It was sweet, and I love who Faith is, her strength was amazing and I had so much respect for her. I loved who the hero was and how he didn’t treat her any different. This part of the book was about a blind woman trying to over come her pasts I led that it was beautiful.
But the second half….. it was too fast, unrealistic, and it seemed like the characters weren’t who they were in the first half of the book and that the author was changing too many things. I am assuming that the author isn’t from the US because of some of the dialogue that was used between the characters. There is more, but I can’t spoil it.
Overall, this book was hard to review. I don’t want to put the book down because I know the author worked hard to write it, but the second half were not for me. I’m not sure if there is going to be more. The ending left me feeling like there will, but I’m not sure if I can or will read it. ~Jessica
Rating 3 stars
One cruel event robbed Faith of not only her dignity but also her sight. Condemned to a life of darkness, she had also resigned herself to a life alone, until she gets literally swept off her feet and an enigmatic stranger who introduces himself as Cain, helps her stand. As their burgeoning love grows, Faith begin to hope for the future, even with Cain's cryptic comments about his worthiness as a potential partner. Eventually, Faith discovers the dark secret he is harbouring and her life crumbles around her. As she battles to come to terms with his revelation. which emotion will win, love or hate?