Book Review: Insight
Written By Deborah Raney
Reviewed By Lena Nelson Dooley
Back Cover Copy: She's having a baby. It's a blessing that brings comfort to newly widowed Olivia Cline. Yet with no insurance, no job and precious little money, how will Olivia care for herself and her child?
The answer is a handsome and brooding artist seeking an assistant. Reed Vincent has recently regained his eyesight, thanks to a donor. And through his eyes, Olivia begins to see all the possibilities before her. Before them. Until, in a flash of insight, she knows why his signature is so hauntingly familiar. . . .
The revelation could tear the couple apart. . .or open their eyes to a new journey from sorrow to joy.
Deborah Raney's name on the cover guarantees a good read for me. This book was no exception. She used an impossible situation to create a gentle story, with complications.
I loved Olivia and felt her pain and discouragement. And Reed's knight-in-shining-armor, even though a little tarnished, is the perfect balance to Olivia. Their road is rocky with many things to overcome, but I loved every step of the way.
Deb has given us another winner. I highly recommend this wonderful read.
Contemporary Romantic Women's Fiction