Book: Unheard Heart
Series: Hearts Entwined #2
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Cover Artist: LC Chase
Publication Date: November 17, 2017
Length: 200 pages
Reviewed by Meredith
The attraction between Brent Berkheimer and Scott Spearman peels the wallpaper, but Brent is Scott’s boss, and they’re both too professional to go beyond flirting. Their priorities realign after Scott is badly injured in an accident that costs him his hearing, and Brent realizes what is truly important… he wants Scott.
Scott pushes Brent away at first, fearing a new romance will just add to his problems, but perhaps he will find unexpected strength and solace in Brent’s support as he struggles to communicate with the world in a new way.
Just as they decide the chance of a happy future together is worth the risk, Scott and Brent discover darker challenges in their way—including evidence that the “accident” Scott suffered may not have been so accidental.
Heart Unheard is book two in Andrew Grey's Heart's Entwined series. I adored book one so very much. It was brilliant and I was so excited to see that the series had another book. Andrew is tackling the senses.
In book one we had Trevor, a beautiful man who pretty much got everything and everyone he wanted based on his looks falling for James... A blind guy! It was so well done. In Heart Unheard we have a different situation. Brent manages one of Trevor's garages. Scott works for him as a mechanic. Brent has lusted after Scott for a long time and Scott has done the same. But the boss, employee thing was something neither thought about crossing.
Until a horrific accident takes Scott's hearing away. What was amazing was how the author showed just how difficult it would be for those around Scott to communicate with him. No one knowing ASL, all took advantage that they could shout from another room to grab his attention. Now, they resort to writing on pads and they all have to learn the language. On top of that, Scott's apprentice is blind so he has to tackle how to make that work too. It was a lot and I felt everyone's frustration.
Then as if that wasn't enough, someone is trying to harm Scott and Brent is suffocated from ghosts of Guilt's past. Both of these guys fight so hard to get to their happily ever after and it isn't easy. I'm glad it wasn't because it wouldn't be believable if it was. I love this series so much! A must read.
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