Saturday, September 27, 2014

Title: Blind Faith
Series: Team Red #3
Author: T. Hammond

What do you do when your greatest truth is proven a lie? Picking up where Color Blind (book two) left off, Teresa is reeling as her life comes crashing down around her. Betrayal of the worst kind has left her struggling to put on a brave front, setting aside shocked confusion, for the sake of those she cares about. Her telepathic sight dog, Red, and Bastian, help to anchor her against turbulent emotions.

 Teresa’s colorful and varied friends arrive to celebrate Christmas as the “family” they have become. Some know her heart is broken, while others are oblivious to its tattered state. Thoughtful gifts are in abundance, including several wonderful surprises. Even Red gets into the festivities with surprising insight (and a bit of doggy logic).

 Bastian has remained steadfast in his love and loyalty to Teresa, even when she chose David over him. But David has been living a lie, throwing all Teresa thought she knew into question. Can Bas prove to Teresa that he is worthy? 

 This version of the Team Red series is INTENDED FOR MATURE ADULTS OVER 18. Contains graphic sexual content, and swearing, which is unfortunate as the dog repeats everything.

Blind Faith begins right where the last book left off. Teresa has basically been abandoned by David after dropping a huge bomb on her right on Christmas Eve. She's hurt, and angry and unsure of what to do next. Bas comes to stay with her while David is gone, and he to is upset with his friend. But he's taking this as his chance to let Teresa finally "see" him as who he is now, even when he makes mistakes. Not only does Teresa have to worry about her love life, she's also worried about all of the dangers and new changes that are coming to Team Red now. 

I really enjoyed this read. I felt like it was a great addition to the series showing us a little of Bas and Teresa now that David has completely messed up. I really liked David, so it was kind of sad to see it all play out. However, I'm really starting to enjoy Bas and I think he may be better for Teresa in the longer run anyways. 

Let's also not forget about the awesome Red. It seems that Red and Teresa are again picking up a few new tricks, and getting better and better at everything they already do. And Red just keeps getting smarter as well! I can not wait to read the next book. 

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