Catalina is the one Reyes sister who has always resisted her Hispanic roots. She refused to learn Spanish...she refuses to fall in love. She is always in control; no man can resist her sexy appearance that promises to fulfill their every dream. What happens when she is assigned to interview a blind man who cant see her reliable attributes?
Analysis of Love is #4 in the Reyes Family series however it can be read as a stand alone.
Catalina is working as a writer just as she always wanted, however she is less than fond of the special assignments from her boss "Big Bad Wolf". The most recent assignment is to take down the therapist who his son saw, Cat has always used her amazing beauty and smokin body to get what she wants from any man, problem is the therapist is blind.
Dr. Evan Thompson has been blind from birth but he has managed to make a life for himself as a therapist helping people find their bliss. He may not be able to see Catalina's feminine wiles but he sure isn't immune to them.
I loved the concept of this book, a woman who bases her self worth on her looks and a blind hero. This is a great read and is a look at introspection, knowing your own worth and how we fall in love. When Cat bases her worth on her looks what better way to know that someone loves you for who you are not what you look like than if they can't see you at all. I enjoyed this and found it not only fun and sexy but also an education on therapy.
Fiona has always had stories in her head. Characters intrude into her thoughts and insist on showing her scenes from their lives. She discovered that when she ignores them, they start to yell louder; if she writes their stories and they can live in readers' heads as well, they usually leave her alone. Only to be replaced by a new group of story-tellers. Her head is usually a very crowded place, but she likes it that way.