A Voice in the Dark: Some Like it Hot by Jamie Craig ~ Book Review by Leisa

A Voice in the Dark Title: A Voice in the Dark: Some Like it Hot

Author: Jamie Craig

Publisher: Liquid Silver

Cover Artist: unknown

Rating: 4.25 of 5 Stars

Blurb:

On the darkest day of Anthony’s life, one man’s voice pulls him through the nightmare. One year later, Anthony hasn’t forgotten the fireman’s strength, and he wants to thank Dan Middleton in person. Dan doesn’t need Anthony’s gratitude, but to his surprise, he finds he needs something only Anthony can provide. Jamie Craig brings you a hot, new addition to the Some Like It Hot Collection, A Voice In the Dark.

On one horrible morning, the existence Anthony Saunders knew disappeared with the crunch of twisted metal. The other driver lost his life. Anthony lost his sight. He almost lost more, but for a single voice. A voice that reached through the fear and confusion, and kept him calm while the Jaws of Life tore open his flipped car. A voice that followed Anthony during his long road to recovery as he learned to live with his disability.

Firefighter Dan Middleton’s job is to save lives. He certainly doesn’t expect to hear from the rescued victims after they leave his brief care. When a blind man he only vaguely remembers arrives at the fire station to express his gratitude, Dan is stunned. He’s even more stunned to discover he genuinely likes Anthony. More than he’s liked anybody in a long time.

Dan finds it difficult to balance his career with a real relationship, while Anthony is still trying to find a way to stand on his own two feet. They only need to have the courage to follow a voice in the dark.

Leisa’s View:

Jamie Craig’s A Voice in the Dark is a romantic, easy read about Anthony, a man who is seriously injured in an automobile accident, and the hunky fireman, Dan, who helps rescue him. A year later, now blind Anthony arrives at the fire house to thank Dan for the reassurance and care he provided while Dan was trapped in the car, and for being so kind to Anthony’s mother following the accident.

This is a good angst-free story of two great guys who find love and happiness in each other’s arms. The story flows along at a good pace, and although the novella is realtively short, the characters are well developed and quite likeable. As Anthony and Dan fall in love with each other, the reader is treated with a reading experience that’s filled with hope and sweet love. This is a delightfully uncomplicated but sincere love story with a heartwarming happily ever after. I recommend you read A Voice in the Dark anytime you need a small boost of the happy warm fuzzies!

Buy Links

Liquid Silver
Amazon US
Amazon UK
Barnes & Noble
Kobo US

I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.

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