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The moment I met Nick Adler, he refused to tell me his name. I already knew it, of course, but I wasn’t going to tell him that.
He was gorgeous, and not in a typical kind of way. Nick’s allure came from his abil-ity to master grace and charm while simultaneously being rough around the edg-es.
I fought my attraction, hard. There was no room in my life for a man like him. My mother was battling Alzheimer’s, and my father and I could hardly keep up with her care. Nick would be a distraction that I couldn’t afford. I’d made up my mind. I was going to ignore him.
And then my dad invited him over for dinner. I watched him that night, unable to ignore the feeling clawing through my chest. I knew Nick would be the end of me.
But I was wrong.
He was just the beginning.
Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars
An Artificial Sun is one of those stories that offers a glimmer of hope even in the character’s darkest hours. When Whitley comes home after years away to care for her mother, who is suffering from Alzheimers, she never expects to find such a sweet, sensitive, caring soul in her parents’ next-door neighbor, Nick.
This book is not an easy one to read, simply because of the subject matter and how crippling Alzheimers is on the entire family, not just the patient. But Nick proves to Whitley over and over again that she deserves happiness and shows her how to find joy even when she feels like she’ll never be happy again.
Grab some tissues before reading this one, because you will need them. I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.
Gina Shafer is the author of the Burned By Magic Series. She lives in California with her husband and two children. She spends her time dabbling in photography, cooking, and interior design. She likes windy weather, good food, great conversa-tion, and most of all… good books.