Love Comes Unheard by Andrew Grey
This book, while easily a stand alone, continued the story began in Love Comes Around. Conner has turned the farm into a Christmastree Village, with a ferris wheel as well as the carousel he had refurbished by hand, and other items he has made in the woodshop. Garrett Bowman, down to his last twenty dollars and hasn’t eaten in almost two days when his car ran out of gas right at at the driveway of the Christmastree Fram. When Connor greats the man coming up the drive, and realizes he his deaf, he offers him a job planting trees, at least for the day. He does so in sign language once he realizes Garrett is deaf. Garrett is so amazed that this man offers him a job right away, then that he knows sign, he thinks his luck just might be turning,
Wilson Haskins has worked in the states for ten years, he is an English trained butler and when Dan bought the house he was working in he stayed on happily. Now this younger man has been brought in the house, and is teaching all of them all about the world Janey, their youngest adopted daughter who was born deaf, is living in and will grow up in, and awaking things inside Wilson he buried years ago. Can these make a life together?
Then before they can even figure out how they figure out how they feel, Wilson’s brother comes to the states looking for money because he is in deep trouble. This brings all kinds of things from Wilson’s past to light, things he had worked very hard to forget. Reginald also brings danger across the pond with him, right to his brother’s new family’s doorstep. Can they keep each other safe until this is over?
Again Mr. Grey weaves a tale of love and passion with strong family contections. He teaches us, again and again, in each of his works that family is not necessarily the people you share blood with, but the people that know your heart and love you. The people who even with miscommunication stand by you and protect you. And i would love to have known what Connor said to Dan the couple times this happened in this book. But since most of those scenes took place from Garrett point of view we will never know, but the gestures and deep apologies that followed made you laugh. This is a five star read, another story in this series that is not to missed.