Fourteen years ago, Shay Williams fell for a guy. Now, he's back in her life -- and with a shocking revelation.
Last October, I had the pleasure of reading/reviewing Faith L. Potts's debut novella, Dandelion Dust. Clean, sweet, and wholesome -- with a clear message on top -- it made for a heartwrenching (but AMAZING 😍) read. So when January rolled around and Faith announced Love Needs No Words as her second release, I knew I had to read it.
Shay Williams's life is simple. Home for the summer, she spends her days working the cash register at a local diner -- and it's there she is reunited with her childhood crush: Daniel Rogers, now left mute by a tragic accident.
This story... *happy-sighs* It was so sweet. 😊 Shay was so honest and considerate, and Daniel was so kind and SUCH A PRECIOUS CINNAMON ROLL YOU GUYSSS (but, I would like to second Ivie @ Ivie Writes and note that, though a cinnamon roll he may be, a determined and accomplished one he is! 😉). Plus, the theme of acceptance and the portrayal of disabilities... YES. I approve. 💞
Though I didn't enjoy this book quite as much as Dandelion Dust, it still made for a lovely, satisfying read. I can't wait to dive into (and learn more about!) Faith's next release! 💗
You may want to know: I misplaced my notes on this one. *hides* 🙈 But, I do recall some bullying and, of course, a light romance. This was a very clean read, and one I'd most likely recommend to almost any age group!
NOTE: I received a free ebook copy of Love Needs No Words from the author, in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own.