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Eyes Open: Finding Home Series Book Two by [Caid, Rachel]
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Keep them shut.
Block out the pain.
No one sees the truth.
Until him.
He wants too much.
He wants it all.
He wants me to live with my
Eyes Open.



This is an interconnected standalone book within the Finding Home Series. Due to explicit sex scenes and sensitive subject matter, this book is intended for adults, 18+

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 587 KB
  • Print Length: 338 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01AITIRN4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #834,410 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Christine has a secret. For years she's kept it hidden from everyone important in her life with the one exception of her therapist whose's been trying to help her move on, but for her otherwise close knit family? Not a word.

Months ago, when Craig and Christine first got together, things were intense. The attraction they shared was overpowering and they got real close real quick, and in that maelstrom of emotion things went pear shaped. Craig, who has a history of being hurt by women who keeps secrets, realized that Christine had a secret that she point blank refused to come clean about.

Both of them being stubborn and pig headed ... that was that. They broke up, but still that connection is there, and since they live in each other's lives Craig's best friend and business partner being engaged to Christine's sister, something's got to give.

Written as an interconnected standalone, told from dual POVs, we get a recap of what happened between these two in the background of the latter part of Healing, book one of Rachel Caid​'s Finding Home series woven through the opening pages of Eyes Open.

Rachel employs a delicate touch as this story meanders around before eventually crashing headlong into Christine's secret. One that, at least in broad terms, you'll probably see coming a mile away, but the writing is so engrossing that, if you're anything like me, you'll be captivated and heartbroken as past and present collide, and sympathize with Craig who is, in large part, powerless to act, at least in the caveman way that his male instincts urge him to.
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Amazon.com: 4.6 out of 5 stars 37 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finding home indeed 1 March 2016
By Old Dave's Romance Revue - Published on Amazon.com
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Christine has a secret. For years she's kept it hidden from everyone important in her life with the one exception of her therapist who's been trying to help her move on, but for her otherwise close knit family? Not a word.

Months ago, when Craig and Christine first got together, things were intense. The attraction they shared was overpowering and they got real close real quick, and in that maelstrom of emotion things went pear shaped. Craig, who has a history of being hurt by women who keeps secrets, realized that Christine had a secret that she point blank refused to come clean about.

Both of them being stubborn and pig headed ... that was that. They broke up, but still that connection is there, and since they live in each other's lives Craig's best friend and business partner being engaged to Christine's sister, something's got to give.

Written as an interconnected standalone, told from dual POVs, we get a recap of what happened between these two in the background of the latter part of Healing, book one of Rachel Caid's Finding Home series woven through the opening pages of Eyes Open.

Rachel employs a delicate touch as this story meanders around before eventually crashing headlong into Christine's secret. One that, at least in broad terms, you'll probably see coming a mile away, but the writing is so engrossing that, if you're anything like me, you'll be captivated and heartbroken as past and present collide, and sympathize with Craig who is, in large part, powerless to act, at least in the caveman way that his male instincts urge him to.

So much darker than its predecessor, it nevertheless captures the same spirit of family and closeness that permeates both, this story tugs at the heartstrings until they're strained and taught, soothes them only to snap them right to breaking point once more.

Even still, there's room between the covers for fun and hilarity, joy and togetherness, some rather hot sex, and a few twists and turns.

Beautifully told, I absolutely loved it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A story full of heart and soul!!! 2 March 2016
By Debbie - Published on Amazon.com
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4.5 Stars!

What I love the most about Rachel's writing is the amount of heart and soul infused into each of her books. I can almost feel the pieces of herself that she leaves behind.

Christine and Craig feel like real people with real issues. No overly dramatic trumped up bullsh*t. Just two people living life dealing with everything that comes with it, family, friends and jobs. It's a balancing act for sure but then there is always something that happens that turns it all upside down. For Christine and Craig that something is each other.

Christine is holding back. I knew from reading Healing that she had a secret. One that she doesn't feel the need to share. It's not anyone's business if it isn't hurting them. Right?

Sometimes in life bad things happen and we have to learn to deal and move on. Christine thinks she has done just that. Until Craig. Christine wants Craig. Craig wants Christine but he's not going to settle for less than all of her. This story is about what happens when carefully constructed walls come tumbling down and Christine is forced to expose her darkness and trust those closest to her to love her just the same.

Christine and Craig's story touched my heart and opened my eyes! Sometimes all it takes is a sliver of light to obliterate the darkness.
4.0 out of 5 stars Loved it!!! 3 April 2017
By Michell Casper - Published on Amazon.com
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I really enjoyed Christine and Craig's story........

The thing I like about Rachel's books is that they are more true to life. They're not your typical rich man trying to save lost poor girl. They are more relatable.

Craig was sweet, kind, patient (according to him) ; ) But he was also domineering, goes after what he wants, doesn't give up and sexy as hell!!!!

Christine had a strength in her she didn't know she had until Craig came along and forced her to show that strength. She was stubborn but I think that was her way of protecting herself.

There were so many feels in this book. I was screaming at my tablet and cussing Rachel out in the same breath. It's a great read!!!!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Worth the read! 6 March 2016
By KLH - Published on Amazon.com
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I really liked this book. It has heavy subject matter...the h had something happen to her in her college years that makes her a survivor. The author does a great job of offering us a look inside her head and the real struggles she goes through. These thoughts have an impact on all of her relationships, including with the Hero..Craig.
He never wavers, and is great at teaching Christine that she is a survivor.
There is plenty of hotness and times you want to shake the characters, but you get dual POV to help the story.
I believe this is 2nd in the series, and you can read it as a stand alone.
I will be going back and reading the 1st...maybe by then the 3rd will be out!
Worth the read for sure!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hard but good read 23 March 2016
By shweetsandi - Published on Amazon.com
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Bad things happen to good people. Rich folks tend to get away with doing bad things more than anyone.
In book two of Finding Home we get Christine and Craig. Christine has been hiding a secret from most of her friends and family for years and it is a huge one. Craig OMG he is the perfect man. Wealthy, forgiving and one who wants to always take care of those he loves. Now all he needs to do is get Christ to understand he loves her and no matter what happened to her in her past he is there for her.

This is an extension of book one Healing and is one very good book. I highly recommend this book.

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