Wednesday's Book Pick. Why? Because other books by other authors deserve spotlights on other author's blogs. I was on a book shopping spree and saw this book. Loved the cover and the description was fine so of course... I decided I will read it.
Clarity (Book One) By Loretta Lost
Helen Winters was living a lonely existence when the charming Dr. Liam Larson coaxed her out of solitude with the promise of healing her sightless eyes. She was hopeful at the prospect of gaining vision for the first time and being reunited with her family. She was also growing somewhat fond of the persuasive young doctor. For the first time in years, she was being magnetically drawn to a new friend...
Then everything came crashing down.
Plunged into a hellish nightmare, Helen is forced to face the same evils she ran away to escape so long ago. She is unprepared to have her hopes crushed and her peace destroyed. She finds herself living in constant terror and drowning in fear--and Liam's voice is the only thing that can keep her afloat. His comforting touch becomes the only light in her pitch-black darkness.
Helen has always been a tough girl who relied only on herself. But this time, she can't survive alone. Due to the horrors of her past, Helen has promised herself not to trust anyone. When her life becomes unbearable, how can she trust Liam enough to let him save her?
I did not read the reviews yet because I don't want them to taint or over excite me about it. Clarity is supposed to be a suspenseful contemporary romance. I love suspense and romance and reading.
Clarity was published: February 20, 2014
Paperback page count: 162
Book info courtesy of Goodreads.
I read the book. Finished the book. I liked the book. It was good and kept me reading, and wondering what was going to happen to Winter or Helen (The book uses two different names for her). You can't really be too sure as to if there will be a relationship between Helen/Winter and Liam (The doctor he's very likable). But you anticipate it because we all have hope for love and it hints to it in the book description. The characters were amazingly relatable and there were many parts in the book that had my laughing out loud. (Especially when Owen was in the car talking about porn.) And it was sweet with two doctors (Owen and Liam - their friends) have a bromance. It was short and with good reason (so you can read the second book), as it dropped this interrupting cliff hanger on you. "UHHGG" I hate cliff hanger. It was worth the read and I'll be checking out the second book Clarity book 2. Not right now, but in the near future. The writing was good and the book was enjoyable. Keep 'em coming Loretta Lost.