Being strong doesn't mean you have to be alone...
Diagnosed as legally blind, Lauren's world is a beautiful blur of color. She hasn't allowed her limitations to stop her from building a successful career or gaining her independence. When she meets her new neighbor, the man's warm Texas accent and clean male scent weaken her knees. But her attraction to the former Marine is an entanglement her heart can't afford.
Gabe avoids complications at all costs. He has his motives for indulging in short-term flings, but the feisty, green-eyed Lauren makes him want to forget every single one. When a woman from his past disappears, the reasons he should have steered clear of Lauren become painfully apparent.
Pasts and futures collide, secrets unravel, hearts break, and innocent lives hang in the balance.
Warning: Contains a blind therapist who doesn't consider herself impaired; a meddling, erotic-novel-writing best friend; a hot ex-Marine with a shady past; and a loyal guide dog that howls "I love you" and is probably the sanest one of the bunch.
2nd edition. Blind Love was originally published under Samhain Publishing. This edition has been updated with new scenes, a change in the ending, and a fresh new cover.
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Gritty suspense, sizzling passion!
I read this book when it was first released and enjoyed it. I read it again when it was edited and re-released. Wow! The changes added a whole new layer to the characters of Lauren and Gabe. The secondary characters are thoughtful and likable. I want to know what happens to them after I close the book. The author even had me sympathizing with the ex! Add in Jack Sparrow, the faithful howling German shepherd and oila! The author has created a perfect combination of action, suspense, sizzle, and happy ending!
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I don’t often read romances but this had me hooked from the first chapter. I could not put it down. The characters were believable and pulled me into the story from the beginning. I was alternately frustrated, close to tears, scared or happy as the story progressed. I have read several of Kishan Paul’s books and none have disappointed me.