Eloquent Silence (Candlelight Ecstasy, #49)Eloquent Silence by Sandra Brown

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When Lauri agreed to consider the personal tutor position for a hearing-impaired girl named Jennifer who was part of her school, she never realized that the father was none other than actor Drake Rivington. Their initial meeting doesn’t go over very well, but when Lauri puts aside her frustration with Drake and agrees everything changes.

Drake just wants the best for his daughter. As a widower who loved his wife, Drake has no intention of putting his heart out there again. Lauri though wakes every ounce of passion he has though and seeing her with his daughter has Drake wondering if he can have a second chance.

Fascinating story.. I thought the way the author was able to describe the communication between Jennifer and learning to sign was very visual. I thoroughly enjoyed this story, I loved that Drake was a bit of a egotistical male and Lauri is so sweet, Lauri though has no problem putting him in his place.

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