My Hero in Training

You may or may not have seen it, but I mentioned a note I got from a reader the other day on Facebook and what she had to say was how happy she was to see a book with a hero and heroine who aren’t perfect.  I haven’t said any of this in the book description or the release notes, but my hero, Logan, is deaf. And my heroine, Emily, is dyslexic. I specifically didn’t add that to the description, mainly because I wanted to see how people reacted to them.  The response has been overwhelming. But my 18 year old son had the most insightful comment to me yesterday, when I asked him why people are finding my hero and heroine so easy to relate to. His response —

“We all have something about us that isn’t perfect.  Some of us wear it on the outside and some on the inside, but it’s in all of us. So, I think that’s why people are enjoying this story. You don’t have to be deaf or dyslexic to relate. You just have to be human.”

The dedication of this book goes like this —


I guess I should consider JT trained, huh?

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