Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Blind Expectations By Jacinta Howard

This was my first ever read by this author and certainly wont be my last. This book reminded me of a modern day love jones. By that I mean that the characters Leah and Trevor were just so real. Leah lived in her own world and was the love them and leave them type. Her only constant was Trevor he provided stability and friendship only thing is Trevor saw her as more. I loved that this was a truly developed story and that the author showed love didn't come easy. Trevor had a bit of jealousy issues and Leah could be selfish. But they grew through those issues and developed something solid. I thoroughly enjoyed this story and honestly wish it was longer. I wanted a bit more from the epilogue after all I have been through with this couple.(lol) If you havent ever read this author this would be the book to start. Great job Jacinta!!!


Aristotle once said the only thing constant in life is change. Or was that Confucius? Whatever. People are fluid—they come into your life for a while, and when it’s time for them to float on, Leah has no qualms waving goodbye. The only exception is her neighbor and best friend, Trevor. When all else fails in her crazy world, Trevor is always there, reliable, steady… real. But what happens when friendship blossoms into something more? Can Leah and Trevor's relationship survive the change? Or will the weight of blind expectations cause them to lose the one thing they love—each other?

Meet The Author:

Jacinta Howard is the author of women's and new adult fiction. Since 2014, she's released five novels, including the well-received Love Always Series. She also released the USA TODAY Must-Read Romance, Happiness in Jersey, as well as the emotional new adult novel, Finding Kennedy. Visit her at

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