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As a stunningly attractive man and the owner of a successful chain of auto repair garages, Trevor is used to attention, adoration, and getting what he wants. What he wants tends to be passionate, no-strings-attached flings with men he meets in clubs. He doesn't expect anything different when he sets his sights on James. Imagine his surprise when the charm that normally briAs a stunningly attractive man and the owner of a successful chain of auto repair garages, Trevor is used to attention, adoration, and getting what he wants. What he wants tends to be passionate, no-strings-attached flings with men he meets in clubs. He doesn't expect anything different when he sets his sights on James. Imagine his surprise when the charm that normally brings men to their knees fails to impress. Trevor will need to drop the routine and connect with James on a meaningful level. He starts by offering to take James home instead of James riding home with his intoxicated friend.For James, losing his sight at a young age meant limited opportunities for social interaction. Spending most of his time working at a school for the blind has left him unfamiliar with Trevor's world, but James has fought hard for his independence, and he knows what he wants. Right now, that means stepping outside his comfort zone and into Trevor's heart.Trevor is also open to exploring real love and commitment for a change, but before he can be the man James needs him to be, he'll have to deal with the pain of his past....

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  • Karen
    2019-02-23 01:27

    Sometimes the heart sees what the eyes don't...Trevor's an attractive and successful businessman. He's use to getting whatever man he wants. If his bed's empty it's because he wants it that way. He's a player. He does one night stands, hook-ups but not relationships and that's been fine up until now...up until he looks up and across the dance floor of the club where he's out with some friends and sees James. He's drawn to James and thinks he's the most beautiful man he's ever laid eyes on. Trevor crosses the dance floor to introduce himself and finds himself stumped when he's not met with the usual response to his attentions. Eventually he goes back to his friends feeling more than a little confused only to discover that James wasn't taken with his looks because he couldn't see him...James is blind has been since he was very young. In light of this new information Trevor decides to try again with James. I really enjoyed this story. I loved how independent James was and his family. I often find that families can be too perfect or to flawed and for me James's family had more balance. His mom drove me a little crazy at times and yet it was clear that she loved her son and really did want the best for him, his sister was awesome and I really enjoyed their relationship. They were close and that was cool...it happens. I loved that she was teaching her son that being blind was just another part of who James was...it didn't make him less or more just different and different, is ok.James sees the beauty in Trevor...not the physical beauty but his heart. The part of Trevor that is drawn to James and respects him for who he is and wants to spend time with him doing things that are fun and will make James happy.My only niggle was the dinner with Trevor's family and his dad's neighbor and his new boyfriend...who turned out to be James's douche of an ex...my kingdom for some ice water to pour down that douche's pants. The guy was a jerk and I really would have loved to see a bit of misery come his way...jerk, I tell you the guy was a total unrepentant jerk...sorry...not sorry, it's my inner biotch sneaking out to play.Admittedly there were some moments that were...shall we say a bit much...ok, cheesy but for me it wasn't enough to really spoil the overall story and I have to admit this was definitely due in part to the fact that I listened to the audio book and it was narrated by Greg Tremblay who as always did an amazing job with the voices for both Trevor and James and the secondary characters we meet along the way. I've very quickly learned that if Greg Tremblay's name is attached to an audiobook I only need to wonder how much I'll enjoy the story not if.*******************An audio book of 'Heart Unseen' was graciously provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.Feb. 23/ 18 - update...still a nice easy listen with Greg Tremblay doing an awesome job nothings changed from my original review.

  • ~Mindy Lynn~
    2019-03-15 01:21

    This was a book I was really looking forward to reading. Although it didn't live up to my anticipation I still liked it.Trevor's a mechanic and a successful business owner of many mechanic shops. He's a regular at the clubs where he's always looking for someone for the night but never the someone for forever. He's been hurt in the past and still struggles with those hurts and has no plans of changing for anyone. That is until he see's James sitting all by his lonesome. He's attractive to James and is pretty confident that once James gets a good look at him it'll be a done deal. But James seems to look through him and doesn't seem interested in Trevor's jock melting smile or is impressive build. Feeling like he struck out on the hottest guy he's ever seen Trevor joins his friends again feeling shocked by rejection. That is until he finds out James is blind. He thinks about letting it go, but he feels a pull to James and decides to try again. James has been burnt pretty badly in the past by a relationship and has a hard time trusting Trevor's intentions especially since he knows Trevor has been quite the man-whore. But he feels a connection to the man and wants to fit in his life and not be a burden to him. With his overbearing mother running interference and insecurities running high on both sides both men try to work their way into each other's lives and find love. The ending was a bit much for me and I think it was just unnecessary drama. I could have done without that mess.In the end I did enjoy it and found it to be a sugary sweet story.Happy reading dolls! xx

  • BWT (Belen)
    2019-02-25 02:31

    Andrew Grey excels at writing sweet, relatively low angst love stories. This is no different. Heart Unseen didn't deliver any surprises, and was a bit over the top and cheesy at times, but it's an easy read and an even better listen.Greg Tremblay does such a great job bringing Trevor and James to life. His character voices, timing, and pacing are terrific and so easy to listen to. He made this seven plus hour audiobook fly by. I wanted to wrap up James and Trevor in a big hug by the end of this story. I loved the dual POV and how Trevor turned completely around in attitude from a diehard commitment-phobe to being so romantic and completely all in with making James feel safe and loved. My only complaint is I would've really liked some closure of the plot points regarding Alan or the business a lot more than I needed the follow up on Chase.All in all this was an entertaining romance with terrific narration.Audio copy of Heart Unseen provided by Dreamspinner Press in exchange of an honest review.This review has been cross-posted at Gay Book Reviews.

  • Fani *loves angst*
    2019-03-20 02:26

    2.5 starsLike all Grey's books I've read, this one started out very promising but turned way too sappy, even boring, at some point. I'm not sure why I continue reading his books as I've yet to really love one, but the fact that they're predictable and sweet is a comfort itself, like that roast chicken that I don't exactly love but carries childhood memories and makes me feel full and comforted whenever I have it. So I think I'll read a few more in the future...

  • Diverse
    2019-03-04 03:25

    4.5 Stars! I’ve noticed something interesting about author Andrew Grey. He writes imperfectly perfect characters. I’ve seen him write love stories for paraplegics, burn victims, characters with some sort of mental diagnosis, and now a character who is blind. I have to say; it’s very welcoming. It’s rare we see this for some reason but Andrew Grey doesn’t shy away from it, he embraces it.Heart Unseen is a sweet and beautiful love story about a gorgeous man who gets anyone he wants just by winking at them and a man who can’t see him but knows he’s beautiful on the inside. I loved the whole concept of this story. I loved that James knew how gorgeous Trevor was from “seeing with his hands” as James’s cute nephew called it. But I loved even more that James fell in love with who Trevor was on the inside. James had it rough, with losing his sight at the age of twelve, he remembers what it was like to see. Andrew Grey touches on things about James that we may not think of. Like how cautious he has to be when he eats, how nothing can be moved on him, how all his senses are heightened. It was interesting seeing the world through James’s eyes.Trevor had a heartbreaking past. One that turned him into the man-slut James falls in love with. It takes a while to get to what happened to Trevor but we do get there. It’s only in that revelation do we see how perfect these two are for each other and how grateful you feel that they found one another.I enjoyed this book and all the dips and turns it took. A little action/suspense is thrown in there which was quite the exciting surprise. But ultimately this is a story about feeling love and trusting it.Awesome book

  • Sarah
    2019-03-13 22:42

    I was given a copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. So - this is the sugary sweet Hallmark Channel version of m/m romance. James is a saintly blind man who finds love with Trevor, a gorgeous club kid and successful mechanic. Trevor manages to fill multiple fantasies. He is a gym rat and nightclub playboy. He is also a a mechanic, a business owner and he rides a Harley. At the start of the book, he stalks a nightclub, certain that every man in the place wants him. He is more arrogant than confident and I really struggled to like him at the start. He gets more likeable as things happen to shake his confidence but he really isn’t a favourite leading man.James is far too perfect for me. The beautiful blind man works to help kids adjust to their sight loss. He is a perfect brother, son and uncle. He is timid and shy with men. And he talks like a fifty-year old. His language is always formal, polite and self-effacing. It really did my head in after a while. I found the language in this whole book choppy but it was the dialogue that most annoyed me. Trevor, James and their friends don’t sound like Millennial twenty-something guys. Trevor is supposed to be a complete player but we never see it. At times, this felt like a information booklet about living independently as a blind person. James’ life is interesting but I wanted more romance and less instruction. I kept waiting to understand the spark between James and Trevor and I wanted a reason to believe in them as a couple. These two care for each other very sweetly but I didn’t feel any chemistry and it was hard to believe in these two as soul mates and partners. Andrew Grey is a hit and miss author for me. I have loved some of his books and struggled with others. This is one of the stories I’ve struggled with. My preferences are probably personal. The writing style didn’t work for me. I like a little grit and angst with my sugar and I’m not a huge fan of cute. Other readers should download a sample and make up their own minds.

  • Jenny Wood
    2019-03-01 03:36

    Andrew, I love your stories! You have a little bit of everything in your arsenal. I’m such a sucker for your stories that I don’t even care what they’re about before I one click them or if I’m lucky, get to ARC them, like I did this one. It was no different. It reminded me of a cross between NR Walkers- Blind Faith series and your Senses series. It was just as sweet and comforting and a little sad but hopeful. In this one, we have James, who is blind since he was about 10 years old. He has an overbearing mother but the most amazing sister and brother in law, who is raising the most amazing, adorable child, Zach, who loves his Uncle Jimmy. He’s gotten used to life as a visually impaired man and he’s living his life as independently as he can. Having recently lost his longtime service dog, he’s still doing great on his own. Unfortunately, being blind, it’s easier, I would think to be taken advantage of, and he was, thanks to a guy that his mother set him up with a while ago. You’d think he has a hard time trusting again, since the guy was a GRADE A A-HOLE… and he was, y’all, you’ll see for yourself. He makes an appearance in this story a time or two; but not enough to be truly angsty. Then we have Trevor… I will be the first to admit, I thought Trevor was a giant D bag in the beginning. He was a player, plain a simple. Didn’t “do relationships” and was only good for a one nightery. You know how it goes… He wasn’t mean or jerky, I wouldn’t say that, he’s just hurting from something that we don’t understand until way, way, way later in the book… Almost til the end, so don’t expect to understand him straight way. It’s easy to fall for him though, he finds himself unexpectedly attracted to James. He’s patient and kind; he understands James’ limitations and strives to pull him out of his comfort zone, but in a respectable way, and James has such a good time with Trevor. He see’s James for the person that he is, inside and doesn’t see his disability as a hindrance at all. Yes, things are different and they might take a special kind of care, but it isn’t a bad thing. It’s not a burden….and because of the ex, and a lot of times his mother… that’s exactly what James felt like. My heart really broke for him, at times. Through getting to know one another, after meeting at a club, Trevor was amazing with James, and James really took to Trevor. It was like the trust was immediate and he became smitten rather quickly. Trevor deserved it though. There was once or twice I doubted, but I shouldn’t have. He was so good for James. I also loved Trevors friend Brent… I hope he finds someone and we get to see it. I also felt for his other friend, Dean, but I’m not so sure of him. I felt sorry for him for a minute but then didn’t care much for him towards the end. At least he had his dad, Brent and a slew of loyal workers there for him. Even if one of them did screw him over, pretty good. More than once and often. The whole story wasn’t angsty, which I love and we get a lot of closure by the end. I won’t go into detail and ruin it for everyone, but I will tell you that you’ll fall in love with these characters and you’ll love them so much for how much they love each other. I feel like they needed each other and came for each other at the exact time that they shoulda. I adored every part of it and the ending was as sweet and comforting as I could’ve hoped. Don’t pass this one up. It’s so heartwarming and sweet. Just like all of Andrew Grey reads. Read it! You won’t be sorry!4 stars for me~*I received this story from the publisher in the promise of an honest an unbiased review*

  • Lelyana
    2019-02-24 02:36

    This is Andrew Grey's classic with all the sweetness. Reminds me of one of his book Love Comes in Darkness that I haven't read yet. Now I need to push it up.I liked the chemistry between James and Trevor. james isn't a typical helpless disable. He survived and stand on his own feet. That's what made Trevor admired him from the start.Met in a bar one night, James had to put his trust in Trevor to take care of him once, twice and by time, it's James who's really taking care of Trevor. How sweet.James and Trevor didn't complication in their relationship. It was smooth and they're solved their differences and adjusting with 'conversation'. It's very adult, don't you think?Overall, I really liked this one. Besides, I have a special soft spot for imperfect main characters like James in general.* ARC is provided by Dreamspinner press for an honest and fair review. No high rating required.*

  • Cindi
    2019-03-12 01:41

    4.5 stars, rounded up.More detailed review can be found at On Top Down Under Book Reviews.Trevor is a man-slut and doesn’t care who knows it. All he wants is hot, no-strings sex. He had a relationship once and has no desire to venture down that road again. More than a little vain, he knows he looks good with his jet black hair, leather jacket, and motorcycle. He’s a bad boy and not the least bit ashamed. He’s at a club with his friends when he sees a good looking guy sitting alone at a table across the room. Trevor, who has never had a problem getting pretty much any man he wants, walks over with the intention of charming the guy. Instead, he gets shot down. For the first time probably ever his looks and flirting didn’t faze a guy. Dejected, he walks back to his friends.“I don’t get it. The guy is adorable, so I gave him my best smile. He looked through me like I didn’t exist. I mean, I’m not shallow or anything, but I know how I look, and usually guys are all over me to get a piece of this, but…”Oh, he’s shallow. 🙂 So, so shallow.“Trevor got shot down and he’s wondering if he turned ugly in the last five minutes,” Brent teased.Trevor discovers the man, whose name is James, is blind. He walks back over and invites him to the table he’s sharing with his friends. Reluctantly, James agrees but only because the loser so-called friend he came to the club with pulled a disappearing act. Something happens and Trevor ends up taking James home. This begins their relationship, though Trevor doesn’t do relationships.Trevor could do his norm and charm James into bed. Lonely for touch, James would be willing. Something holds Trevor back because he knows that James isn’t like the others he’s been with. This had me going from strongly disliking Trevor to starting to like him. Oh, he had his bonehead moments, but he was good to James and never treated him as less than because of his blindness.Then there’s James. He’s strong and independent, though his mother treats him like a child. I despised his mother and that didn’t change as I continued to read. She’s snobby and very judgmental, the type of person I can't stand in the real world.Suddenly Trevor is wanting more. But something happened in his past that makes him terrified of opening up to James. James’ experience with men is nothing like Trevor’s, but he’s been hurt in the past too. They both have to find a way to get over what they went through in order to move forward together.I absolutely adored watching Trevor come into his own with James. For the first time in a long time he was willing to open his heart to another man. No more slutting around or going out with his friends. He wanted to be with James and only James.I love how the author wrote James’ character. He’s blind but he’s very independent. The only issue I had with him was his lack of self-confidence. I get it 100% but there were times it came across as whiny when he was with Trevor, not him being scared of moving forward with him because of his disability.Overall, a very good story. I hope the author continues the series with Trevor's friends, Brent and Dean.This book was provided by Dreamspinner Press in exchange for a fair and honest review.

  • Tammy
    2019-02-28 01:34

    I think with this book I needed more chemistry between these two that I just didn’t feel. It felt like all Trevor did was try and find entertainment for James as if he was a kid and Trevor never really opened up to emotionally to him. Also my big hang up was there was a dinner and James ex was talking trash and humiliating him and Trevor did nothing about, plus he took off clubbing afterwards, that just pissed me the hell off! So between the minimum chemistry and the dinner that’s why I couldn’t give more stars, overall it was just lacking to me. ;-(

  • Victorialove books
    2019-03-23 00:24

    I loved this sweet amazing story of love

  • Joyfully Jay
    2019-02-28 04:18

    A Joyfully Jay review. 4.5 starsI really loved this odd-couple romance because James’s disability is handled so well. Blind characters are not new for the author, and I felt in total sync with James and his blindness throughout. Trevor isn’t sure how to get a man attracted to him without using his face or body, but he’s drawn to James because James listens with his heart, and sees with his fingertips. They have a sweet romance, with Trevor slowing the pace so he can have a physical relationship with a man he truly cares about for the first time in years. James is sure it’s because he’s a dud in bed, but Trevor wins his trust on that front. They are really tender together and help boost the other when times are hard. Trevor has a problem with his business and James is instrumental in helping Trevor dig out. Their camaraderie was special and comforting. I felt warm and cozy reading this one, anticipating the happy ever after from the get-go. Andrew Grey is a fave of mine, and I enjoyed this one a lot.Read Veronica’s review in its entirety here.

  • Barb ~rede-2-read~
    2019-02-28 23:43

    I could have read this story without any title page, and I still would have known I was reading an Andrew Grey book. The author’s sweet nature, his optimistic outlook on life, and his wholesomeness shine through the story of a young blind man and the hot guy who seems to be crushing on him.James lost his sight by age twelve, and though his mother continues to treat him as if he’s helpless, he’s not, and he’s out with a friend at a gay bar as the story opens. Unfortunately, he’s been pretty much abandoned at a table by himself so is pretty lonely looking when Trevor—muscular, handsome, can-get-any-guy-he-wants Trevor—stops by to flirt. Perplexed as to why he’s not making an impression on the cute, blond guy who’s not with anyone, Trevor observes from across the room. It’s not until his friend clues him in to the fact that the guy appears to be blind, that Trevor heads back over again.The funny thing is that Trevor isn’t interested in scoring so much as he is in getting to know the cute guy. And that’s what happens when Trevor drops everything to escort James home when James’s ride comes back intoxicated. And from there, the guys begin to form a bond of friendship. James is used to being abandoned and being made to feel less than what others want, a sentiment enforced by his former boyfriend—the only guy he ever seriously dated. But Trevor is interested, and in fact, Trevor gains great pleasure from doing things that make James happy, such as taking him for a motorcycle ride or driving go-karts.There’s drama in the form of a con pulled on Trevor by one of his former managers. He owns several auto repair businesses and has found out one manager embezzled over fifty thousand dollars. There’s not much James can do to help, but he does his best by making calls to customers who have an outstanding balance. No matter what happens, James is supportive of Trevor, and Trevor is there for James, whether or not James’s mother approves of their budding relationship.This is a sweet, down-to-earth story of two guys who fall in love, their families, their work lives, and ultimately the danger they face from the “bad guy.” As many of this author’s past stories have done, this one features an MC who may be labeled legally as disabled, but is quite strong in character and highly deserving of the love coming his way.Of course, this is Andrew Grey, so they get their HEA, leaving this reviewer feeling warm and fuzzy in the area of my heart and with a smile on my face. It’s a great book to provide a quick mood pickup. Recommend it to all lovers of MM romance.Note: This book was provided to me by the publisher through Hearts on Fire Reviewsin exchange for an impartial review.

  • Wanji
    2019-03-12 02:21

    I would have DNF but 2.5 because of the narrator. the plot was exhausting. the MCs had a lot of self pity, "I'm unlovable" syndrome, especially James. the author had a tendency to 'tell". I'm clearly in the minority here.

  • Rachel Emily
    2019-03-12 23:33

    I agree completely with Susan's great review, so you should read that. There was just something that kept me from connecting and falling in love with the story, and for whatever reason, that's just how I sometimes am with stories from this author.

  • Serena Yates
    2019-03-07 23:30

    A romantic love story with minimal angst, a lot of heart, and interesting characters was exactly what I needed to read right now. I know that I can always rely on Andrew Grey “delivering” when warmth and gentleness with a touch of realism is needed, and luckily ‘Heart Unseen’ was next on my list. Trevor and James are an intriguing pairing: with Trevor relying on his looks to conquer his one-night stands and James blind since he was ten, this promised to be an interesting read. Add the fact that both men have had bad experiences with lovers, and the challenge becomes clear.Please find my full review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

  • HappilyEverChapter
    2019-03-19 23:31

    ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ FOUR & 1/2 - STAR ✩ REVIEW ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ > > Judging a Book by it's Cover < < I passed this one when it first came out because it never really caught my eye, even though the synopsis did interest me. > > Looking Deeper < < POV ~> Third-personTrevor's a good-looking, hard-working guy with a hobby of clubbing with his two best friends and scoring hook-ups as a way to escape the pain of his past. James is a golden-hearted angel brought to the club by one of his friends, only to be abandoned shortly after arriving. Trevor's drawn to the man who resists his initial advances and is not put off once he learns of James' inability to see. Their chemistry was enjoyable. The secondary cast contained a wide variety of personalities. Dialogue felt natural, interactions were believable. The plot moved along smoothly and had just enough conflicts and dynamics to keep the pages turning. The conflicts were resolved fairly well. One minor, unaddressed plot event kept nagging at the back of my mind: Trevor ran to the supermarket while James packed a bag to spend the night at Trevor's. The groceries were never mentioned again... I can't help but think they thawed or spoiled in the trunk, left forgotten in light of the situation that had occurred.There were some minor points of predictability, ie (without spoilers): bill of sale / buyer and the Chase situation. However, while I suspected the big picture, the minor details in how it presented itself was still an unknown. The conclusion was solid enough, giving the reader an implied HEA that is satisfying. Andrew Grey has a way of presenting characters that society labels disabled and showcases them in a way that highlights their strengths and capabilities. He creates memorable characters and amazingly warm reads..Rating: [R] ~ Score: 4.3 ~ Stars: 4.5==========================⭐ ⭐ **** Disclosure of Material: I received a copy of this book from the Author/Publisher with the hope that I would voluntarily leave unbiased and unsolicited feedback. I was not asked, encouraged, or required to leave a review - nor was I compensated in any way. I am posting this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising". ***** ⭐ ⭐

  • Annie
    2019-02-19 20:36

    When I begin an Andrew Grey book, I know it will be low on the angst and high on the sweetness. In that way Heart Unseen met my expectations. The depth of the characters exceeded my expectations though. I think this book will remain one of my favorites by this author because it never felt like the sappiness weighed down the characters. The characters and story still packed a punch that kept me engaged cover to cover.Left blind from a childhood disease, James isn’t expecting to meet anyone when he agrees to go to a club one night with a friend. He especially doesn’t anticipate meeting hunky playboy Trevor, let alone being pursued by him. What followed was a really sweet love story about getting over past hurts and losses and choosing to move forward together in a new relationship. While there was definitely a touch of insta-love in Heart Unseen, I didn’t ever feel the romance was unnecessarily rushed. I enjoyed getting to know both characters and liked that despite the strong initial connection, the relationship progressed at a believable pace. There certainly were some toothache-inducing sweet moments in the latter half. However, I enjoyed the romance and characters so much that it didn’t turn me off. The writing in Heart Unseen was smooth with a nice, easy pace. Using just the right amount of intonation and emotion in his voice, the narration by Mr. Tremblay fit the tone of the book very well and enhanced the story. If you’re looking for a low angst, sweet romance with charismatic characters, I definitely recommend this audiobook. Reviewed by Annie from Alpha Book Club

  • T.M. Smith
    2019-03-15 02:21

    When Trevor sees James across the crowded room at a local bar, sparks fly. The self professed mans man that will never settle down, will spend his life fucking around with any guy lucky enough to be given his attention, finds a guy that is immune to all his charms. It's a foreign concept for Trevor when the beautiful man rebuffs his attention.James has been blind since he was a child, but he can still see people. Their intentions, personality and attitude don't require eyes to define. James is anything but interested in Trevor. From the start, Trevor has to work hard for James to pay attention. And for the first time in a very long time, Trevor enjoys getting to know another man, dating, courting and growing quite attached to the blind man that seems to have staked a claim on the serial dater, without even trying. I really enjoy stories where the Author does their homework, where the disability of a character is explored and well explained but it also doesn't define them. Grey has an uncanny ability to create beautifully broken and flawed characters, give them depth and meaning and bring their stories full circle by the end. I loved the slow burn with these two characters. There was no rush, no insta-love, just a genuine interest and old fashioned to some extent version of courting. Trevor had to prove himself to James, prove he would stick around no matter how hard things became. James had to deal with his own demons of the past that were bleeding over into his uncertain future with Trevor. If you are a reader that simply loves stories where the happy ever after has to be fought for, hopeless romantic type of books, then you'll certainly love this latest from the master of hard fought romances... Andrew Grey.

  • Relly
    2019-03-05 00:44

    Enjoyable3.5 starsI enjoyed this one. I'm a sucker for a blind MC and I think that Mr Grey did a good job for his portrayal of James. He showed James's independence, his vulnerability at times, his bravery and the trust that is required to live his day to day life. The story as a whole was well done, I enjoyed seeing Trevor and James work to make a life together, but I did feel that there was a lot of stuff thrown at them in the end that wasn't really needed.

  • Christine
    2019-02-27 22:43

    You can always tell one of Andrew Greys sweet romances. This was a lovely journey with a few angsty moments. Overall a wonderful HEA story.James lost his sight at 12 and grows up with a mother who wants him to be independent but doesn't know how to let go.Trevor is a man who was tragically hurt when a young man so has closed his heart to anyone and become a major player. Flitting from one hookup to the next.Sweet things start to happen when these men meet in a crowded club.

  • Rachel
    2019-03-01 01:36

    This book was such a joy to read. It flowed nicely

  • Taylor Freeman
    2019-02-28 04:30

    2.5 stars

  • Claudia
    2019-03-13 03:28

    this book is AMAZING - loved Every second of it

  • Corina Ponta
    2019-03-08 03:41

    Typisches Andrew Grey Problem. Eigentlich liebenswerte Charaktere, aber der Plot ist zu unausgereift, zu schnell erzählt. Dabei hätte diese Geschichte wirklich Potenzial. Schade.

  • Leyna
    2019-03-16 20:34

    *2.5 stars*

  • Avid Reader
    2019-02-28 21:41

    Heart Unseen by Andrew Grey4 starsM/M RomanceI was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.This is a story about learning to love again after being stomped on. James is a sweet character, but not one to allow someone to take advantage of him again. While he knows that his family means well, he also comes from a family where despite them putting him down and baby-ing him, he knows that they mean well. He has a family where they worry about appearances, want him to be happy, but want him to be their description of happy. James is an accomplished person, who happens to be blind. It's described throughout the book that he had to work very hard for his family to see him as such.Then you have Trevor. He has a chain of mechanical shops and when one of his employees is found to be stealing from him, he has to buckle down and really needs to figure out where the money is going, who is taking it and what he's going to be doing about it. When he meets James, something in him clicks in to place - a missing piece of his life and he'll try to figure out what he really wants.These two are more friendly than boyfriends, for me. I think that the overall story was powerful - learning to let go of past hurts, findings your own brand of happy. But overall, I didn't feel that the chemistry between the two characters was all that strong.

  • Ali
    2019-03-05 23:32

    A Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words Review An Alisa Review:Rating: 4 stars out of 5This was a very enjoyable story. Trevor has avoided emotional entanglement since losing his lover at 19 while James has never really had the chance to find a lover who wanted him for him. They both have to get over their assumptions and past relationships to open up their hearts.Trevor is confused when James doesn’t respond like other men when they meet at the club but he can’t keep his eyes off of him. When he discovers James is blind his fascination with the man only grows. James has been pretty sheltered since becoming blind as a kid and is unsure of Trevor, but after talking with him feels that he is someone he could trust.This story is told from both characters’ point of view so we are able to see their thoughts and feelings. It makes it easy to understand the doubts each have but Trevor’s story is still kept pretty secret till near the end of the book. It was nice to see James learn that his first impressions aren’t always the truth and sometimes he may have to ask to understand someone’s actions. Trevor keeps his feelings a bit more to himself but can show James physically how he feels, I loved seeing James break through his protective layers with his patience and love.Cover art by LC Chase is absolutely wonderful and perfect for this story.

  • Ang -PNR Book Lover Reviews
    2019-02-27 21:20

    Review closer to release date

  • Susan
    2019-03-09 21:30

    I read the blurb of this and was immediately excited. It took me a couple of days to actually buy it since it’s 7 freaking dollars! And I can now say that it didn’t live up to my expectations. There were parts I really liked and I enjoyed the first half way more than the second half, but the second half was just not that great and I ended up being disappointed after all.Trevor is out on the prowl in a club with his friends when he spots James. When Trevor approaches James he gets shot down. But when he tries again he finds out James is blind. And it seems James’ friend abandoned him, so Trevor gives him a ride home.When they run into each other again, James is surprised, and Trevor is delighted. Trevor didn’t expect to see James again, but he couldn’t get the pretty man out of his head.After this the two decide to exchange phone numbers and Trevor is determined to take James out on a date. But James doesn’t want to be pitied and he thinks he has no chance at all with Trevor...This book was incredibly cheesy. Now I can do cheesy just fine, but even I was rolling my eyes at some of these lines.“I’m ready, Trevor. I need to be together as one.”And I really thought these guys were adults, but apparently not..”I was wondering if you’d be my boyfriend?”The relationship itself was really lacking some more emotional development. Just two people spending time together does not a good relationship make. And at first I thought it was great the way James wanted to be independent and how he wouldn’t accept help from Trevor. But eventually he got on my nerves when everything Trevor did or said was suddenly about James and his disability in James’ eyes.The first half had some lovely hurt/comfort and I was getting really excited about the prospect of more of that. I was really leaning towards 4 stars at that time. But the second half was a combination of boring (the relationship), and weirdly rushed (the big reveal about Trevor’s ex, the first time with the buttsex, the attack of Trevor’s employee).Overall, this could have been better. I wouldn’t spend $7 on it, that’s for sure.