A blind Marine, a nervous bride, and an adorable child with Down syndrome who loves them both is an equation for another tug on the heartstrings in the story behind the Heartsight nuptials. Is Trish ready for life as a military wife? Is Dan ready for the challenges of being a father to a precocious 6-year-old? How will Bella add her special brand of magic to the day?
Bethany Swafford on Goodreads wrote:
This is the follow up story to Heartsight that covers the time between the end of the last chapter and the epilogue. I enjoyed the characters and their story so much that I was eager to continue reading about them and this novella about the time leading up to their wedding did not disappoint.
Trish is having serious wedding jitters and seems to major on the minors because she wants everything to be perfect and she's very much worried about she and Bella's reception with Dan's family. Dan is her pillar of strength and his family's arrival shows Trish she worried for naught. But then true disaster strikes the day of the wedding.
It was great getting more of Dan, Trish and Bella along with Ashley and Jill. Meeting Dan's family was an added bonus. The plot was slightly amusing because of the typical little disasters that make up most weddings. I thought it was cute how Bella was so determined about her Daddy being able to 'see' her momma's pretty dress.
So, it was a sweet story that made for a good sequel and will definitely appeal to fans of Heartsight.
Trish and Dan's wedding is coming up fast. Can everything go off without a hitch?
These characters are as enjoyable as before, although I really liked how the first book ended. It didn't seem necessary to have a novella follow-up. Bella is a charmer as in the first book, and she wants so much for her mother's wedding to go well.
Clean and enjoyable for an hour's read.