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His Eyes

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  • Posted March 16, 2011

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    Review from Blkosiner's Book Blog

    His Eyes is a touching story, with good characters and its a sweet read.
    Renee did a great job making me wonder what would happen next, and what the characters were going to do or say. The romance is sweet and simple, until a mystery gal comes on the scene and challenges what Aimee thinks about herself and what she thinks she knows about Tristan.
    Tristan himself is a confused, but underneath it all good guy. He learned a lot from his accident and it changed how he thought about himself and other people.
    His little brother is a funny character, and plays a cute role in the book.
    This is a nice read and I'd recommend to give it a try.

    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 7, 2009

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    Reviewed by Sally Kruger aka "Readingjunky" for TeensReadToo.com

    Amy dreams of becoming a journalist, but fears it might be just that - a dream. Even though her parents want the best for her, the cost of college, at least the college she hopes to attend, is not something they can afford. Then a job with an amazing paycheck becomes available.

    Amy is going to babysit. Her charge's name is Tristan, but there's a catch. Tristan is about to graduate from high school just like Amy. The reason he needs a sitter is because he is blind. A horse jumping accident combined with an inherited condition involving weakened retinas have left Tristan without his sight. His mother hires Amy with the hope that someone his age can convince him to take the steps necessary to resume a more normal life.

    Once Amy begins hanging out with Tristan, she learns that things are more complicated than just his loss of sight. He is also grieving the sudden death of his father and the guilt that their relationship was not at its best. Amy has her own family struggles. She tells Tristan about her mother's eccentric behavior of fixing family meals to include a son who left home ten years ago.

    Although the job pays extremely well, Amy begins to realize money isn't the only thing that keeps her coming back. As Tristan begins to make small gains in adjusting to his new life, a relationship develops that goes beyond employer/employee. Since their lifestyles are completely different, Amy hesitates to get too close, but soon it just might be beyond her control.

    HIS EYES is the first novel for Renee Carter. Readers will sense the chemistry between Amy and Tristan immediately. Carter fills out her cast of characters with family members such as Tristan's funny younger brother and cute little sister and an annoyingly self-centered ex-girlfriend named Lexus.

    Although at times predictable, HIS EYES offers a fast-paced read for readers looking for a bit of romance.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2012

    Oh, hey!

    I read this on fictionpress ages ago!
    I'm so glad it's published; I loved the story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 3, 2012

    Cute book

    Very funny! I wish it would have been longer, but overall, i recommend.

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  • Posted May 26, 2012

    This book was pretty good... the romance was kind of uneventful

    This book was pretty good... the romance was kind of uneventful but the book did make me swoon and cry and LAUGH SO HARD MY SIDES HURT EVERY FREAKING TIME CHARLIE (TRISTIN'S LITTLE BROTHER) OPENED HIS MOUTH!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 28, 2012

    Great Book!!!

    Good read. I say if your the kind of person that likes to read but sometimes don't end up finishing a book because it's too long this is for you. It is short and gets right the the point. The point is that well you need to find that one out.... GIVE IT A TRY. I did and loved it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2011

    Cute...

    ...a bit cliche at times, but I'm glad I bought it.

    It's a short read at only 129 pages, but I enjoyed it. There were a few errors with the NOOK book formating, but not enough to really take away from the story.

    The whole story was a little fast-paced, but I fell in love with the characters and was rooting for Amy--the main character--the whole way through. I didn't put the book down the whole time.

    And of course, who could resist Trist's inherent guy-obliviousness?

    Overall, I'd definitely consider it a good read, and I recommend it to anyone who needs something to kill a few hours.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2011

    WOW

    This is the classic novel of star crissed lovers that really grabs your heart. I love it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2010

    Good Old Days

    I just found out that this book was published a few months ago and was so excited I ran out and bought it because I read this novel in its infancy on Fictionpress and loved it. I'm so happy that it was published and wish Renee Carter the best of luck in (hopefully) future publication.

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