Blind Seduction: Team Red, Book 1 brings you Laugh-Out-Loud, extra-spicy romance with a paranormal twist.
Teresa March, blinded in an accident, discovers she shares a mental link with her German shepherd, Red. His thoughts, presented in droll, unfiltered commentary, brighten her days and open up a surprising career opportunity.
And what’s a romance without a love triangle? Two ex-military men, Bastian, and his partner David, have moved to Spokane. Specializing in security systems and topographical mapping. Their company, PreClan, is working on a sensitive project for the military, but despite looming deadlines, neither man is too busy to compete for her affections, resorting to a game of one-up-manship and guerrilla tactics to win her heart.
The Team Red series contain a feisty blind woman with a sassy attitude, a snarky German shepherd who stalks low flying objects (and the occasional cat), two sexy retired Navy men with a talent for tactical planning, a man-cave with secret tunnels and classified military toys, Marilyn Monroe and other celebrity voices, and a herd of Mustangs (okay, maybe “herd” is a slight exaggeration).
Blind Seduction is INTENDED FOR MATURE ADULTS OVER 18. Sexual situations and adult language (which is unfortunate, as the dog repeats everything).
This edition also contains the novella "In Love with Teresa March" which tells of events in Blind Seduction from David and Bastian's PoV.
Blind Seduction (with "In Love with Teresa March")
Blind-sided (with novella "Blush")
WARNING: This book is INTENDED FOR MATURE ADULTS OVER 18. Contains swearing, which is unfortunate, as the dog repeats everything. When you have two hot, single-minded, sailors pursuing the same woman, graphic language and sexual situations are inevitable.
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Loved this book!
I wasn't sure if this book was for me but am glad I gave it a chance - it was fantastic. I laughed out loud at some of Red's dialogue and enjoyed the other character relationships and storyline. We'll done :)
(ps - I also loved that the author gives an email address to contact her if any errors/typos are found - not that I saw any in this book. A great initiative, I wish other Indie authors would do the same).
While this book looked highly recommended, I failed to see why. For me it was a missed opportunity to be a great book.
The story just plods along. No ups and downs drawing real emotion for me as a reader.