Merrick Thatcher went through a hell that no one could possibly imagine. He fought to protect his country, his family, and the men standing at his side, but it wasn’t just being a soldier overseas that changed him. He watched his friends die in front of him, felt indescribable pain, and lost his sight in the very same moment.
Badly injured, blind, and angry, he’s done with war, but now he’s fighting his own battle. So, he’s waiting for it to end, spending his days and nights in a thick darkness no light can penetrate. Until Grace walks into his life and his broken eyes open to a woman that changes everything for him.
A story about two flawed souls finding love amidst the grief. A love that shines vividly, even in the dark, and discovering that sometimes being broken is how the light gets in.
I knew the moment I seen this blurb that i just had to read Vivid and i was not disappointed at all.
Merrick has seen the worst side of life that the world can offer, war, that and watching his brothers in arms be killed right in front of him have given him more struggles than just his physical injuries. He is riddled with guilt and frustration of needing help in his every day life.
This book is one of those that made me feel the gut wrenching pain Merrick goes through, the sweetness he finds in the building relationship with Grace, the sexiness, love and the tremendous amount of hope.
Vivid is such a well written book that is full of wonderful detail and emotions. A truly beautiful story with strong memorable characters.