Love Comes Around; (The Senses Series #4): by Andrew Grey 
                                    reviewed by: Becky  

Dan was a throwaway child and learned to take care of himself in foster care. As an adult, he devotes his life to the business he started and his heart to raising children no one else wants. Dan has already adopted six-year-old Lila, who walks on crutches, and then decides to adopt eight-year-old Jerry, who suffers from MD and is confined to a wheelchair.

Also abandoned as a child, Connor ended up on his own and retreated into himself. He works as a carpenter and woodcarver and is the perfect man to ensure Dan’s home becomes wheelchair accessible.

When Dan hires Connor, neither of the men are ready to open their hearts to the possibility of love. As they learn how much they have in common, both of them must weigh the possibility of family and a future against the risks of getting hurt again.

This is book 4 in the senses series by Andrew Grey, and to say I am a mess after reading this is an understatement, in a good way of course! All of the books in this series touch my heart, but this one has a special place there, I have an aunt who has polio, and if not for a terrific family, things would have been so different for her. Mr. Grey puts his heart into these books, and the way he portrays the handicapped is amazingly refreshing. He reaffirms the fact that just because you are different, doesn't mean you are less in any way. There should be no such thing as throwaway children. I loved this book and I love the point it makes, there is always someone who will think you are worth something when it seems no one else does. Thanks you Andrew, for giving such a special story the life it deserves to have! Don't miss this one people, you will not be the same after reading it! * 5 Stars*

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