Seeing Forever by Vanessa Devereaux

Seeing Forever by Vanessa Devereaux
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (133 pgs)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Gardenia

Luc Frasier lost his sight in a bomb attack while on active duty in the army. His buddy Jake, who now trains service dogs, offers him a German Shepherd who he thinks will make the ideal companion.

Jake also thinks he needs a woman to heal his heart and thinks one of his dog trainers, Katey Hopkins, is the girl for the job.

He knows Luc won’t go along with the idea so he enlists the help of Sadie Sutton, witch and president of Perfect Pairing, to bring the two together.

As always, it’s not an easy task for Sadie. Luc’s stubborn and Katey’s a shy virgin. But Sadie hasn’t failed yet and she’s determined that Luc and Katey will be another one of her success stories.

If we could have a Sadie in our lives to do some Perfect Pairing magic for us, life would be complete. This series follows a witch who works for Department of Love. She is supposed to follow the rules.  You know rules like:  never meddle in the life of humans, must have contracts signed consenting the humans want to be paired, never meddle using magic… you get my meaning.

Sadie just likes to keep her fingers in the mix to ensure the outcome is favorable to the pairing. This not only gets her in trouble, but also plays havoc with the humans involved.

In this fourth installment in the series, Sadie’s efforts are channeled to pairing Luc and Katey. They have signed the contract, although she played a fast one on them and they do not really know what they signed.

Luc is a handsome, intelligent, and blind disabled soldier. He is trying to come to terms with his disability although dealing with his depression must come first. For a novella of this length, the author does a wonderful job of introducing us to Luc and his innermost thoughts.

I enjoyed following Katey’s thoughts throughout the story as she falls in love with Luc. She is struggling to keep her independence and build a life of her own.

This delightful story has some very tender moments with Luc and Katey as their love affair progresses. I was cheering for Luc and Katey all the way to the end of this story. This is a series I will continue to follow as Sadie moves on to the next pairing.

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