Four beautiful days. Three steamy nights. One breathtaking love.
Levi Michaelson. He wanted four dates. Four opportunities to prove I could trust him. Four chances to change my mind about him. I agreed.
Probably not my smartest decision. He was everything I knew to avoid—gorgeous, charming, sexy as hell—but I couldn’t help myself. When he touched me the whole world disappeared. I should’ve known I could lose myself to him, that he could be the one man to destroy me.
I guess it’s true what they say—some things are too good to be true. And Levi Michaelson might just be one of them.
4 out of 5 stars
Thanks to my goodreads friend Judy for recommending this book.
Levi’s Blue is a beautiful story. It’s the story of Levi and Evie. Evie is an artist, who was blinded by an accident 13 years earlier. Levi ends up at one of Evie’s shows and ends up catching her when she trips and almost falls.
I do have a couple of things I didn’t care for in this book:
- It was pretty predictable what Levi’s big secret was and
- Levi’s friend Julianne is one of the worst characters I’ve read in a long time.
Levi is kind of too good to be true. He’s a true gentlemen in every sense of the word. He is sweet and romantic, and really looks out for Evie. Evie, in her own right, was an awesome girl. She’s got a lot of insecurities, and most are warranted. Some were downright annoying.
The real beauty of this book was the storytelling. Since Evie was blind, she relied on others to tell her how things looked, and there was a lot of detail about things. She and her roommate would also make stuff up about people for fun. I found myself riveted by these descriptions, and had a real visual in my head when reading this story.
This was a good read. If you have Kindle Unlimited, grab it now, because I heard it’s going away.