Disclaimer: I received this book from the author. Thanks! All opinions are my own.
Book: Blind Sympathy
Author: Roberta B. Bombonato
Book Series: Standalone
Diversity: blind main character
Publication Date: August 22, 2019
Recommended Age: 18+ (romance and sex)
Publisher: Indie Published
Synopsis: Vafara is a blind composer who creates new symphonies for the world. Alone in a cabin with only her service dog, she’s not concerned in the slightest for zero cell phone reception in a secluded in the woods. This is her special time where she can be free to let her musical compositions speak to her. Israfel is a demon one assignment short from graduation: possession of an innocent soul. He’s always know he was different from others of his kind, and meeting the pure Vafara confirmed it.Will he be able to possess the passionate musician when all he wants to do is hold her? Or will he throw it all away and risk an Angels and Demons war to save her innocent soul from the dark fate that awaits?
Review: I felt like the book did good with the plot. It had an interesting story and the book was unique. The romance was interesting as well and I did like that the author included a blind main character.
However, I don’t think this was the book for me. The author had very strong views and it comes through in this book, which can irk some readers. The book just didn’t strike my fancy, I felt it was too fast paced and that the book wasn’t written very well. The romance scenes weren’t very well executed in my opinion as well.
Verdict: An interesting romance story!