Title: Blind Faith
Starting a new job in a new town, veterinarian Carter Reece, makes a house call to a very special client.
Arrogant, moody and totally gorgeous, Isaac Brannigan has been blind since he was eight. After the death of his guide dog and best friend, Rosie, his partnership with his new guide dog, Brady, isn't going well.
Carter tries to help both man and canine through this initiation phase, but just who is leading who?
Author: N.R. Walker
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Three's Company, Through These Eyes, Blindside, Twelfth of Never
Series: Blind Faith
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Through These Eyes, Blindside, Twelfth of Never
Source: Purchased for Self
Published: February 28, 2013
Genres: Male Male Romance
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I’m sure when Carter moved to takeover a veterinary practice in a new town that he never imagined that his life would go through so many changes so quickly. He is after all simply taking over an established vet clinic. Part of learning the patients and their humans is following his predecessor through a day of house calls. Those house calls takes Carter to the home of Brady and his blind human Isaac.
Carter is kind and easygoing. His best friend Mark considers him to be a hopeless romantic that deserves his gay card to be revoked. Isaac has built so many walls around himself in attempt in keeping people from getting close to him that he is not exactly the most social being out there. He often seems rude, arrogant, and his mood swings border on bipolar. Isaac is also intelligent, handsome, and very independant. It is those traits that make Carter want to get to know him better.
Through the twenty question style acquainting that Isaac prefers Carter is immediately intrigued. It doesn’t take Carter long to realize that Isaac has some hefty defense mechanisms and that there is a kind loving man hidden behind those sunglasses. Carter’s patience with Isaac is astounding. Carter sees their relationship status as the free pass to not allowing Isaac to get away with some of the things he does.
There really is a sweet romance hidden in the pages of Blind Faith. I won’t lie, you’ll want to choke or smack Isaac more times that you can count. On the other hand it is Isaac’s personality issues make him an absolute pleasure to read. My only complaint (and it’s not really a complaint it’s really a wish) is that the book is written in first person point of view, Carter’s point of view. I would have LOVED to have known what was going on in Isaac’s head at any given moment. He was such a unique ass of a character.