By twenty-four, Carter Stevenson has stuttered and ticced his way to debilitating shyness. Although his friends accuse him of letting his Tourette's dictate his life, Carter moves from Los Angeles to a quiet California town. He'll keep his head down and avoid people. He doesn't anticipate his new neighbor, Ethan Hart, crashing into his solitude and forcing him to get out and live.
From the beginning, Ethan makes his love for Carter
clear. But he fears Carter won't see past Ethan's damaged brain, even
though it makes Ethan more attuned to his emotions than most people. For
Carter, there's a bigger issue: he's been burned by so-called "perfect"
matches, and he won't risk his heart again.
One way or another,
Ethan's determined to show Carter they belong together. Then Ethan
receives tragic news. Suddenly he must turn to Carter for strength and
support. Will Carter come through when Ethan needs him most?
is one of the sweetest books I've ever read. I laughed, I cried and I
even learned about two different conditions that I really had nothing
but the basic information on beforehand. Ethan was such a breath of
fresh air, just breezing in to make life so much better. Carter was
such a great match for him. The way they both looked out for and took
care of each other is exactly what I like to read in my romance books.