Thursday, May 23, 2013

Sense of Touch by Susan R. Hughes


In the wake of the Halifax Explosion in 1917, the sense of loss is overwhelming. The blast destroys Amy’s home and kills her parents, while Sean lost his eyesight and the little sister he’d promised to protect. In the midst of disaster Amy and Sean find each other, if only briefly, as she helps him escape the destruction of the city.

Another chance encounter reunites them in 1923. Amy’s scars and her need for security have led her to consider marrying a man she doesn’t love—until Sean’s touch sparks a desire for something more.

As their friendship blossoms into a passionate affair, Sean finds hope and strength in Amy’s arms—but as he struggles to find a sense of purpose without his sight, can love alone mend the deepest wounds of the heart?

This is the first book in the Music Box Series.

What readers are saying:

"This gentle love story leaves the reader with lingering images of love and a strong sense of place. A great balance of history and romance with a splash of spicy passion. A great read!"

"Delicious love scenes whet the appetite for romance. A Sense of Touch is unforgettable."

"A beautiful, sensual romance. It swept me away to another time and place and kept me riveted there."

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