Through Your Eyes, by Shannyn Schroeder is an interesting contemporary romance, which is focused on family issues and relationship drama.
Deirdre Murphy has family obligations to continue working at her family's pub in rural Ireland, yet she wants to almost anything else. Her parents refuse to believe in her dreams of following her passion and becoming a baker. However, Deirdre visits extended relatives in Chicago, and her childhood boyfriend encourages her to consider other dating options while in the United States.
Her new Chicago neighbor, Tommy O'Malley, welcomes Deirdre to the city and introduces her to so much more. As the story unfolds, Tommy and Deirdre are forced to deal with family complications, geographical struggles, and issues from the past affecting their future relationship. Tommy is an ideal man for Deirdre, especially since he supports her baking efforts and blessed her with the unofficial nickname of Cupcake.
Since it's the third book in For Your Love series, it's recommended to start with the first book, Under Your Skin, yet it's not necessary to read the books in order. However, it's probably would be easier to comprehend the full story with a deeper understanding of all the family members.
Through Your Eyes is geared and recommended towards those who enjoy reading modern romances. However, the first part of the book was slightly disconcerting with the boyfriend in Ireland encouraging Deirdre to date other men while visiting the United States.
Note: I received this book from NetGalley, which is a program designed for bloggers to write book reviews in exchange for books, yet the opinions expressed in this review are my own.