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Through His Touch (Mind's Eye Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Through His Touch: Loving Levi
By Deborah Camp
Deborah Camp has blown me away again! With this book you have everything you need for the perfect evening, just go ahead and curl up in a chair with a cup of your favorite. Book two, Through His Touch: Loving Levi, is immediately captivating and touching at the same time. The continuation of the tale of psychic’s Levi Wolfe and Trudy Tucker picks up right where the first book left off, Levi battling his demons and Trudy battling Levi. Within its pages is a psychic mystery to be solved, love to be found, wrongs to be righted and truths to be told. Those qualities when told with humor, grace and lots of steam add up to one very enjoyable read.
I love the way this author handles the love scenes, (which are hot and lusty), in a way that makes them an integral part of the story. So many authors seem to just try to fit a few paragraphs of a plot around their erotic scenes using the plot as more of a vehicle to place erotica in a book than as an important element of the love story. But not Deborah Camp. Without the love scenes the relationship of the couple would not be told nor understood. It is refreshing to see a book about a more real relationship, one where love is the basis. Where sex is good and present but not the only thing a couple has going for them. Where the push and pull of the male female relationship shows a true giving and receiving of care and love, not just some perfect, ideal, unrealistic, sexual relationship. The fact that the author gave us just enough of a taste of the evil they faced and didn’t force us to go all the way down the rabbit hole into the terror realm was also greatly appreciated and shows a great deal of finesse. I highly recommend this series.
*a complimentary copy was given in exchange for an honest review*
Cheryle,My Secret Book Spot
In Book 2, we see more and more of Levi's past and why he shuts everyone out. Even though he gets upset with Trudy's unending questions, she is slowly breaking down the barriers he has erected. As the story is told, we see Levi opening up about his painful past which only makes Trudy love him more. She is proving Levi's theories wrong, not everyone that loves him will abandon him. The story is filled with hot sex, but the story is filled with more emotion than the first book. I can't wait to read Book 3.
Reviewed by Crystal M.
In Book 2, we see more and more of Levi's past and why he shuts everyone out. Even though he gets upset with Trudy's unending questions, she is slowly breaking down the barriers he has erected. As the story is told, we see Levi opening up about his painful past which only makes Trudy love him more. She is proving Levi's theories wrong, not everyone that loves him will abandon him. The story is filled with hot sex, but the story is filled with more emotion t
“Through His Touch” continues right where we left off in “Through His Eyes,” which I thought was a really good read. Unfortunately, I didn’t think this new installment was as good as the first one. While there was a romantic element in book 1, there was also an actual paranormal mystery plot that was truly engaging. I personally thought “Through His Touch” spent way too much time on Trudy and Levi’s relationship. A 90-10 split if I were to be honest. I couldn’t believe how much time was dedicated to their relationship. So much that at times I became bored with it. Yes, Levi is an alpha-male, but holy crap! The number of hang-ups this guys has was unbelievable. Trudy is way too good for him. I loved how she’d stand up for herself or at times put him straight. That being said, there were times I really wished Trudy would just leave his sorry butt. Life is too short and honestly, after reading this novel, she could do so much better. For an alpha-male the guy is a complete mess. He’s selfish and arrogant, even rude at times, talking down to her at times like she’s a dog. He thinks of himself first, never once thinking or taking into account Trudy’s feelings.
““Trudy, if this is going to work – if we are going to work, then we need to be with each other. I can’t go weeks without you. I know myself. I’ll either go stark raving mad or I’ll cheat on you.” Hearing him say that word – cheat — made her blood run cold and she actually shivered. He felt it, because he pulled her to him, hugging her close. “I don’t want to and I’ll hate myself for caving . . . but weeks and weeks without you, baby, I can’t do it. I just can’t.””
I’m sorry but he’ll cheat on her if he’s not with her for a few weeks? Heaven forbid her job takes her away. That’s right. Her job’s not as important as his is I guess. Oh, and I guess it’s okay for him to be away for long periods of time but not vice-versa. Am I the only one who thinks this is….what’s the word…..asinine?? Ridiculous?? Who says this?! In book one I thought Levi was terrific, but book two has me changing my tune really quickly. As for the tiny little mystery story? Not only did I figure out who the killer was very early on, it was also quite evident. Yet we’re to believe the great psychic himself didn’t know right away. Puhlease!
There seems to be another installment which will be coming out very soon. And shoot me as I know I won’t be able to pass it up. Let’s just hope it’s not just about their relationship. I’ve always enjoyed novels of suspense and romance. But the hero this time around is a total ass.
Levi Wolfe and Trudy Tucker are psychics who fell in love while working together on a serial murder case in the first book. Trudy has, not visions necessarily, but episodes where in her mind she is looking through the killer's eyes, seeing what he sees, and experiencing his emotions. Levi can channel the victim, seeing and experiencing the murder through her eyes.
The first book had quite a bit of action as they teamed up to catch the killer. In this follow up, there isn't as much of that. Levi is home in Atlanta, dealing with a stalker, catching up on his office work, dealing with his busy schedule, and missing Trudy, the first woman he's ever pledged himself to be faithful to. Trudy and her little dog Mouse have gone back to her home in Tulsa, where I'm not really sure what she gets up to, other than missing Levi.
In the first book, I connected with both Levi and Trudy quickly, and the author did a wonderful job of detailing their characters, making them realistic and taking us inside their minds. She continues that here, particularly with Levi. Learning to be in a relationship, to trust in love, to open himself up...it's a journey of self-discovery for him. There is a lot of angst in this book, and it's mostly coming from Levi. They don't stay apart for too long, and Trudy has her own insecurities of course, but she is more secure in her own feelings than Levi is with his. I definitely felt this story was much more Levi's than hers.
There is a new murder case for them to help solve, which leads to a very intense scene. And there's Levi's stalker to contend with as well. But more than that, the story is a very good character study of a man who knows he's broken and isn't sure if he's fixable. And I especially enjoyed some of the scenes with Gonzo, the head of Levi's security team, and with Wes, his cook/housekeeper, both of whom were interesting and charismatic in their own right.
And while the ending wasn't quite as cliffhangery as the first book, the words "The End" came rather abruptly, and I'm glad that the wait for the third book, due in January, isn't quite as long as the wait between books one and two was,* because I'm ready for book three. Now.
*Technically, the wait is about the same, as the first book was published in April, but I read an early advance copy graciously given to me by the author in February, so I had to wait an extra two months for this one.
Originally posted on my blog, http://octoberwomanrobin.blogspot.com.