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I have a huge weakness for survivor stories. There's just something about reading about people who overcomes travesties, and come out stronger on the other end. I'm always in awe, and am amazed of their strengths.
Heart Unheard is that slow-burn romance that Grey is known for. Brent and Scott have been in love with each other for years. But the age difference and the fact that they worked with each other, along with mutual fear kept them from acknowledging those feelings. Then Scott was the victim of a hit and run, causing him to lose his hearing. The accident brings the two men closer, but trying to navigate a new reality isn’t always easy.
I loved how realistic this book was. This was a story I could believe in. No miracle cures or instant fixes. Nor were there any OTT or unnecessary drama. Sure maybe Scott accepted his new reality a bit quickly, but then again who am I to judge how long or how people deal with adversity? I also loved how all Scott’s friends and family truly were friends and family, the support they offered were limitless and just wonderful.
Greg Tremblay once again shows why he's one of my absolute favourite narrators. The way he portrayed these characters were spot on, the feelings of the characters, or the mechanical, toneless reading of the tablet. It was all just perfect. But then I never expected anything else. Anything Tremblay narrates is pure gold in my book.
Heart Unheard was a sweet addition to the Hearts Entwined series, and Greg Tremblay did a fantastic job bringing Andrew Grey's words come alive. It was a low angst and feel good novel and I'm hoping there will be more books in this series in my future.
A copy of this book was generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review for Love Bytes
Sweet story and I learned a lot about what it is like to be deaf, man that has got to be frustrating.