Worth A Thousand Words by Peter Styles

This is interesting, sweet and romantic. Noah is a composer who suffers from agoraphobia. He's hesitant, stubborn and sarcastic. Parker is a deaf artist. He's cheeky, determined, caring and optimistic. After spending a couple of weeks pretending to not be staring at each other through their windows, Parker finally goes over and introduces himself. They start spending time together, getting to know each other, and growing closer, until they finally end up in bed. Being an inspiration to the other helps the relationship bloom quickly. Soon Parker gets Noah to try getting out of the house, and Noah is determined to do it so that he can't go to Parker's first gallery showing. They have ups and downs, they create and they fall in love. It's a wonderful, heartwarming story.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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