Despite being deaf as a result of a fireworks explosion, CEO of a St. Louis non-profit company, Noel Richardson, expertly navigates the hearing world. What some view as a disability, Noel views as a challenge--his lack of hearing has never held him back.
It also helps that he has great looks, numerous university degrees, and full bank accounts. But those assets don't define him as a man who longs for the right woman in his life.
Deciding to visit a church service, Noel is blind-sided by the most beautiful and graceful Deaf interpreter he's ever seen. Mackenzie Norton challenges him on every level through words and signing, but as their love grows, their faith is tested.
When their church holds a yearly revival, they witness the healing power of God in others. Mackenzie has faith to believe that Noel can also get in on the blessing. Since faith comes by hearing, whose voice does Noel hear in his heart, Mackenzie or God's?
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Heartfelt and endearing. I loved the worship. Would love to read more about Mackenzie and Noel and their families.
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This book would probably have been very endearing but, in my opinion, the characters were hard to get into. They just seemed "weird" to me (which had nothing to do with Noel's deafness or anything surrounding that). Also, with all of the mistakes (guess no one decided to edit this one), it was so hard to read. Made me think I was rewriting the book myself and it took so much longer to read.
Of course this is a great cover, looking at the model who entises you to read what the book is all about. At first in looking at the cover,it lead me to believe this book was coming from a male perspective such as Steve Harvey's Act like a lady think like a man. But Talk to Me took me in another direction. I had not thought about reading a christain fiction, however I'm glad that I made this purchase. It is a great read and I would share it with my book club buddies for dicusssion. Can't wait to read the next one.