Posted in 4 paws, Review, romance on April 20, 2014




Jason knows what he wants out of life, even if he can’t see it.

Like most people, Jason’s looking for that elusive happily-ever-after. But although he’s good-looking, athletic, funny and charming–he’s starting to realize that his white cane isn’t exactly a chick magnet. When he meets Heather, he can’t believe such a sweet, smart, beautiful woman is falling for him. Best of all, she doesn’t seem bothered by his occasional run-in with a low-hanging tree branch or inability to color coordinate. They soon become inseparable. But as they begin to negotiate their life together, they encounter obstacles even his white cane can’t navigate.

While Jason’s dreams seem to be slipping from his grasp, he’s forced to face his insecurities and accept who he is…and maybe see things more clearly than ever before.

Love in Sight is a novel about coming to terms with what you can live with and what you can’t live without.


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Enjoyed this story – Heather and Jason meet during graduate classes at the university. However, Jason is blind – but that doesn’t stop him from meeting Heather and asking her out. They fall in love (wouldn’t be a romance without that!) and decide to get married. However, they both have some adjusting to do. Jason has to realize that not everyone is as “perfect” as he is and to bend to his “rules”/way of life takes adjustment. He is used to it since he has been blind since age 12.

Many times during this book I wanted to shake Jason and tell him to grow up, that not everything is always about him and that for Heather to change her lifestyle to accommodate him was a sign of true love. Plus a short temper wasn’t good for anyone.

there is a tragedy near the end but it is the catalyst that helps Jason over that hump.

Another good book by Holly and we give it 4 paws




About the Author

A self-confessed music, movie and accessories junkie, Holly Gilliatt’s passion has always been writing. Give her an Algebra quiz and she’ll curl up in the fetal position. But throw a test requiring all essay answers her way and she’s in heaven. Between the day job, husband, three kids, two dogs and cat—it’s not easy to find time to write. So she sacrifices the laundry pile to spin her tales of laughter, friendship and love. She’s proud to call the St. Louis area her home.

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