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Author:
Pepper Pace
ISBN13:
978-1478300137
ISBN:
1478300132
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Publisher:
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 23, 2012)
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United States
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1904 kb
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1452 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
611

I loved watching things unfold between them. How they grew as individuals while growing & falling in love with one another. Being in the presence of these two.

9 people found this helpful. I loved watching things unfold between them.

With that said, I hope you enjoy Tory and Lee’s journey to love. She loved staring at the people each time she had to travel through this section of town and thought that it would be awesome to one day explore it. Now she would get the chance

With that said, I hope you enjoy Tory and Lee’s journey to love. CHAPTER 1. It seemed like every day Tory was late for work. Now she would get the chance. After she determined the correct stop, Tory had no choice but to walk the 8 blocks from the bus stop to the restaurant, seldom did she look forward to walking but when street performers and strange shops lined the streets and live music could be heard how could she not enjoy it?

As my first reading by Pepper Pace, I think it is a nice one. I really liked the story. And the main characters are adorable I was grinning like idiot reading their first encounters, because they are just too cute

As my first reading by Pepper Pace, I think it is a nice one. And the main characters are adorable I was grinning like idiot reading their first encounters, because they are just too cute. As individuals, I really liked them too; Tory because she can stand up for herself, despite her insecurity with her body while Lee because he's so independent I was wondering if it is possible in his case. As my first reading by Pepper Pace, I think it is a nice one.

They Say Love Is Blind (Volume 1.

They Say Love Is Blind (Volume 1). Pepper Pace. I love how Pepper Pace dealt with their inter-racial relationship which is apparently what her books are famous for. And I enjoyed reading about these characters and different places they visited in Cincinnati where I lived for a few years. Overall this book just blew me away because I was just not expecting it to be such a good and unique story. One person found this helpful.

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The family was animated and friendly. They talked, laughed, ate and drank, but beneath it ran a tension. If Lee picked up on it she couldn’t tell. He seemed distant and preoccupied. He put on a quick smile. She could see him force down a few bites of food but for the most part he just sat quietly and observed. She needed to talk to him, privately.

She don't love you You're just her flavor of the week She plays with hearts But she don't play for keeps. It hurts me to watch her make a fool of you They say love is blind I wish I were too. Every time I see an old Dodge truck Or an old photograph of us Every time I drive down by the lake I fall into yesterday. I wish somehow that I could have you back in my life And at the same time I just wish that you would stay out of my sight Cause I can see it's over Oh, but I can't face the truth

Pepper Pace stories span the gamut from humorous to heartfelt, however the common theme is crossing boundaries. Pepper's unique stories deal with taboo topics such as mental illness and homelessness.

Pepper Pace stories span the gamut from humorous to heartfelt, however the common theme is crossing boundaries. Readers find themselves questioning their own sense of right and wrong, attraction and desire

“You have such a pretty face, If only you would lose some weight.” Tory has heard that all of her life. In her solitary life she eats alone and daydreams about having a handsome boyfriend who could accept all of her. Daily she finds herself running to catch her bus and knowing that she is the laughing stock of the other commuters. And then one day she literally finds herself ‘falling’ into the lap of one of the commuters; an exotically handsome white man. Tory finds that she is unable to stop thinking about him and daydreaming about the life he must live. But Mr. Gorgeous must be either married or gay because she sees him dismissing the attention of gorgeous women left and right. Never in a million years would she ever guess that hers was the only attention he was interested in… In this multicultural romance, Pepper Pace weaves a story that takes her readers through the ups and downs of personal insecurities, cultural differences, and of course a lesson to be learned; that love is totally and completely blind. Warning: Graphic Content and adult themes
  • This would seem to have all the elements of a good solid book... But there were so many nonsensical elements I could not enjoy the book. Warning: spoilers

    1.) how does someone with two broken arms "hold up their partner by their castes arms" and then drag them off to bed? Or brush their teeth?

    2.) speaking of which, how does someone with a collapsed lung and that many other injuries gleefully jump back in bed in under a week?
    3.) If the wrecked car was owned by the hero, how did the heroine "go pick out a new car without him"

    4.) it says over and over again how unhappy our heroine is with her job.... But why does she hate it? What does she do?

    5.) Who gets engaged after dating 3 months? (Which we entirely skip- we go from them hooking up on the first date to engaged at month 3 )
    6.) our heroine never thinks to bring up her fertility issues until after the engagement? (Was she ever going to tell him?) that is the type of thing you need to discuss before marriage.

  • And that's how love should be. What would we do if we met the perfect person for us spiritually. Our personalities just click. But there was a major problem that may stand in the way. Would we throw caution to the wind like Lee and Tory and grab for the brass ring and hold on for all it's worth and let love envelope us or would we succumb to the esthetics of society's expectations for the norm? I would like to think I'm openminded to grab the brass ring.

    I loved Tory and Lee's love. They were each other's yin and yang. They gave each other the confidence to live life fully. Tory made Lee feel like he was the best man in the world despite his handicap and Lee loved Tory just the way she was and made her feel so thoroughly loved despite her weight and all of her negative mind talk.

    Pepper Pace wrote a very sweet enjoyable book about two people with personal handicaps, coming together and finding the love of their lives in which they can finally have an HEA with. This was something neither one thought they could have.

  • This is my second Pepper Pace novel and Pace has a new fan. When I read the blurb for this book I wasn't sure what to expect. The concept sounded interesting but an interesting concept does not make a good book. This is a good book.

    Overweight but pretty Tory is socially ostracized because of her weight. She's been told the line every woman hates to hear "you have such a pretty face, if only you would lose some weight" - unfortunately yes people still say that. Making her isolation that much more, she's an only child living in another state from her parents with whom she has a very good relationship. Even more discouraging Tory has not one iota of a social life and no friends, zero zilch nada-one. All this would make you think that this poor girl is a loser but she's far from that.

    Every morning she's late catching her bus to get to work and every morning she has to run to catch it only to have the bus driver make that sudden lurch once the doors close. If you've ever ridden public transportation, you'll know the lurch I mean (arghh). Anyhoo, one day that sudden lurch is the answer to all of Tory's dreams - finding a man who will love all of her, not just her pretty face. On that glorious day Tory accidentally falls into the lap of Lee Torres, fellow commuter then through a series of events, Tory finds out Lee's not-so-secret secret.

    Once her relationship with Lee begins Tory has to make some confessions that are hard but necessary if they're to have a future. Tory is a girl who has been through some troubles in her life. If the mention of rape upsets or makes you uncomfortable, well then prepare to be upset or uncomfortable.

    There's really good character development in this story. Lee who seems to have it all worked out and Mr. I Can Take Care of Myself has his own battles to bear both internally and with his family and yes even Tory. And Tory just made me plain ole proud, when she started standing up for herself and just to Lee's big and boisterous family, but to the love of her life as well. It was so refreshing to see that she was not a push-over when it came to him because when Lee does some crap that rightfully pisses off Tory she didn't let him off easy - oh no, although she still loved him, she made him see what he did to hurt her. Go Tory!

    There are a lot of other small story lines that really complement the main one very well. Lee's parents and many siblings were a hoot to read about. And while the antagonist is a close-knit friend there's nothing that's forced or unrealistic about that part of the story. And just in case you're wondering, yeah the sex between Lee and Tory is pretty darn good.

    I really enjoyed this story that emphasizes love really is blind and I'll definitely read more from this author.

    Happy reading folks!

    Rating: B

  • This was a cute story. It was somewhat predictable but face it how many romance books aren't. Lee and Tory were an opposite pair but despite their differences they made it worked. They fell for each other...hard. I loved how Tory helped Lee "see" things while Lee helped Tory feel things. I think their love for each other was rushed but it doesn't stop you from having those "awwww" moments. Of course they have bumps in the road and a tragic moment but love always prevails those. . It wasn't Pepper Places best but I liked it. I'd recommend for a quick read.

  • WOW!

    I truly, truly love this book. The flow of it, the colors, the cultures, the language. The intimacy between lovers & close family. Just the love, the passion & people here, it all flows organically. It was all done beautifully.

    There is a female here, Rosalind. We all know a female like this. Whether it's through our own personal experiences or through those who are close to us. I hate this woman with a passion, you hear me? She was definitely written well & served her purpose well. Cos every time I even saw her name, I would see red. LOL But I was more than pleased with the out come of how she was dealt with.

    Now, Lee & Tory, love these two together. Perfect couple, perfect chemistry, and a lot of heart & passion here. I loved watching things unfold between them. How they grew as individuals while growing & falling in love with one another. I just felt good. Happy. Being in the presence of these two. I can't describe it any other way.

    And Lee?... He is the HOTTEST, most passionate sincere guy, I've ever read about. I'm not lying. My "girly bits" were alternating from constant faucet drip, to full on faucet stream the entire time I read this book.

    So yes, Ms. Pace has done it again with another wonderfully written story. I would HIGHLY recommend this read.