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REVIEW: “Through These Eyes” by N.R. Walker



Six months after we last met Carter Reece and Isaac Brannigan, they’re still very much in love. Moving in together, moving forward, life for these two is great until some life changing events occur.

Isaac has a frightening setback and Carter’s world starts to unravel. Things become even more complicated and start to change for both men when Isaac’s new colleague enters the picture.

As Isaac struggles for what he really wants, it might just cost him what he needs the most.



We have a winner!  I enjoyed Through These Eyes more than it’s predecessor Blind Faith!

So, there’s so much to love about this book and I think that’s because there’s so much heart here. From the way Carter cares for animals, to the way Issak adores new life and to the way they both live and breath for eachother. *sigh*

This book had me enthralled.  I did not want to stop reading and time just flew by as I spent time with these two remarkable characters.  But.  But! I got so ANGRY at one of these characters that I was literally seething as I read.  I can’t tell you how long it’s been since I’ve been so furious while reading.  I was flabbergasted. But.  But!  This has a traditional romance ARC, so the ending was a HEA and probably one of the sweetest HEA I’ve ever read.

Anyway, the story is fun, sweet, sexy, and has mystery “who done it” element to it.

If you liked Blind Faith, I bet you’ll like this one even more.




Susan: 4.5 stars

Sheri: 4 stars


Through these eyesTitle: Through These Eyes (Blind Faith #2)

Author: NR Walker
Publisher: Self Published
Pages: 218
Release Date: March 9th, 2013
Purchase Links:  Amazon, Are, Kobo.

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This entry was posted on October 13, 2014 by in Contemporary, Reviewer: Sue and tagged , , , , .

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