Monday, November 7, 2011

Silently loved by Annie Lee

Source: Book provided by Annie Lee for review
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Format: Paperback
Page Count: 189
Published: September 23rd 2011 by Tobias Books (first published September 19th 2011)
ISBN: 9780615536859
Language: English
About the book:
After a four-year failed marriage to Dane Weathers, an unplanned pregnancy, and a terrible beating that led to a miscarriage,Hailey promised herself she would never depend on another man again.That is, until she meets her deaf and nearly blind landlord.As Hailey attempts to move on with her life as a sign language teacher at a local high school,she is faced with bidding emotions towards her landlord and threats from a dangerous ex-husband  who won't let her go.

My Review: 4.5 stars
This time a very different stand alone novel take for Annie Lee.I like the cover it's simple, the tree and the horse is where and how the setting looks like,I get it,totally related to the book.The book is a short quick read,quite heavy for it's small size but still handy.I love the setting (Ocala,Florida) I can easily imagine it and the plot is very interesting actually I'm greatly fascinated with horses as well just like Hailey (the main character)I empathize with her a lot along with Reese (her bestfriend)and Cara who helped her to escape such a nightmare they're so close,relateable and I like how dependent,spontaneous,girly they could be.I hate Dane (Hailey's abusive good for nothing first husband). I love Noah and Owen's brotherly tandem they're both hot,funny,knows how things work (a man who you would likely to marry and bring home to meet your parents that kinda thing)Noah's horse name Hear me is sorta cliche I think a better name would be more suitable for such a fine,beautiful,powerful horse (can't complain much)in a story where of course nobody's perfect as it progresses I learned how it all started,the brewing love story,time heals everything kinda stuff,their flaws,physical and emotionally damaging side of stories but in the end all is well,communication,love,trust and faith is the key.It's quite funny I thought I'll learn a thing of two about sign languages here but no...none of it.There are some parts that are engaging,the love scenes OMG! (yes,there's a bit of adult content),The character building,dilemmas,twist and turn are really realistic as in! I like how it all turns out and I'm happy how it all end.Oh and the Dogs Beau and Lilly aww so cute I totally adore them they're totally fond of each other there's a place for every character in this novel in which I also like and enjoyed I'm greatly touched with all these casts and would like them to exist in real life to chat and ride horses together that would be lovely.I don't want to spoil anymore stuff (if I ever did) but yeah read for yourself!^_^