Title: Heart Unseen
Author: Andrew Grey and Greg Tremblay (Narrator)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC
Release Date: July 10th 2017
Genre(s): M/M Contemporary Romance
Length: 7 hrs and 10 mins
Reviewed by: Belen
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 4.25 stars out of 5
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 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.
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.