Noah and Morgan have met before and they both aren’t happy to see each other again. The last time was both embarrassing and frustrating. Now they are thrust upon each other and have to deal with their past.
Kudos to the author for attempting to shed some light on the thoughts of a person with a learning disability. Dyslexia has nothing to do with your IQ, the environment you are born into, your race or gender.
Morgan comes from a wealthy influential family. She can afford anything she wants and lives a life of splendour. What she can’t buy is something that will rid her of all her insecurities caused by her severe dyslexia.
The author manages to convey the emotional anxiety and fear of failure that Morgan is swallowed up by. Also the way her dyslexia becomes worse when she is stressed, upset, anxious and in any kind of emotional distress. How her inability to just simply read or write a document impacts her daily life.
Meanwhile in the romance department the interaction between Noah and Morgan is beginning to look a lot like the Sahara desert on a rainy day.
Whether or not they manage to break their dry spell is certainly an interesting read.
I received a copy of this book courtesy of Harlequin UK and Mills & Boon.