Lincoln Bass, a New York best-selling author and adrenaline junkie, has no idea what he could possibly have in common with his brother’s friend Jensyn. After suddenly being impaired with blindness at only twenty-five, his life is forever altered. Independent, headstrong, and ever the daredevil, Lincoln is stricken with the certainty that if he wants to continue writing, he needs help.
Two people damaged by circumstances of fate…
Disguising who she once was becomes a difficult task for Jensyn. Her only job is to help Lincoln finish his book. But boundaries are somehow obscured and fiction becomes their reality.
Title: The Perfect 1
Author: Cory Cyr
Genre: Urban Erotic Romance
Release Date: March 31, 2017
Jensyn Parrish was one of the world’s most gorgeous supermodels, dubbed the “Perfect 10” for most of her career. Thirteen years ago, a horrific car accident left her face disfigured. Suffering the loss of her beauty, career, and self-worth, she seeks a life of quiet seclusion in Hawaii.
This genre is RIGHT up my alley! For some inexplicable reason, I like when the Hero or Heroine has some sort of disability and they have a physical therapist, assistant, helper that they fall for. This book was recommended to me because it fit the bill and this review tour came up at the same time this was recommended. It was fate!
Jensyn is a former model who after an attack has a scar on her face that is MUCH bigger in her mind than in actuality. So much so that she’s closeted herself away so people can’t see her and what she feels is her “ugly scar”. Sadly, this is mostly in Jensyn’s head. Jensyn’s therapist asks her for a favor, for her to check on his brother who suffered an accident and is blind.
Lincoln is a former daredevil who was blinded during an accident. Lincoln is only 25 but has basically shut himself off. Sound familiar? Jensyn recognizes traits and thoughts in Lincoln that she has had herself and is doing her best to help him (and herself) heal from their “disabilities”.
This will definitely be a re-read for me. It was a great story and like I said, it was in a genre I love!