I can’t wait for the second Heart’s Intent book to release. Matt and Claire have a lot to go through and it’s a battle from page one. It was a challenge to write someone in Matt’s predicament and I hope I was able to do him justice.
Each book in this series in some small way, more than any book I’ve written, has a piece of me in it. For that reason they are special to me, and I hope they will be enjoyed. Take a look at the blurb and excerpt. Tell me what you think, and if you want please click on a retailer to preorder.
Will Matt and Claire learn to have faith in each other long enough to discover an unbreakable love?
Mathew Price’s vision remains elusive after being blinded in a car accident, and it’s turned his entire life upside down. Depending on others for help frustrates him and is a blow to his pride. He pushes everyone away, especially the one woman he has always cared about. Now that he is handicapped, Matt doesn’t think he has a right to tell her how he feels.
Claire Jackson has secretly loved Matt for awhile. When he was injured, her heart hurt for him. She helps him, even when he does everything he can to push her aside, until one day something horrible occurs that could destroy them forever. As danger lurks on the horizon, can they trust each other and finally accept they belong together?
His gaze fell back to the window. “Have you ever stared out a window at night and appreciated the darkness?”
She couldn’t say she had. “What is going on?” He’d wanted to discuss something. Surely it had nothing to do with the night sky. “Is something bothering you?”
“A lot is, actually.” He remained still, with his back to her. “Life is a lot like a storm.”
“How do you mean.” Claire was concerned. Why was he acting so odd?
“There are ups, downs, excitement, calm spots.” He gestured toward the window. “Take this one. It came out of nowhere and surprised us. That’s the shockers life throws at us. We never know when something is going to happen that will change everything.”
“That’s true.” She’d not thought of it like that.
“There are the short drizzles, the high winds, and then there are the ones that have a calm in the center, making you think you have a moment to get your bearings. At least until it starts raging again.” He turned toward her. “Either way, it is all unpredictable. We don’t know what each day is going to bring or what havoc might throw us for a loop.” He stalked toward her. “You’re my biggest storm.”