When one falls in love at first sight or not at all, love is rare.
When one is blind, it’s impossible.
This has been a book of my heart for so long and gone through so many iterations. I’m thrilled that it’s finally out in the world for you to enjoy!
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Cassandra lives in a world where you fall in love at first sight—or not at all. Too bad she’s blind, and being blind makes her not only immune to love, but also a criminal. She must now live alone or face being sentenced to a life of slavery.
Though she’s grown accustomed to her solitude, everything changes when Cassandra stumbles across a mysterious man in her domain. A royal soldier is hunting Nikon down, endangering her freedom as well. If the warriors discover her, she’ll be bound by the law. Not willing to risk slavery or death, Cassandra abandons her familiar home and ventures into an unforgiving world with Nikon.
Forced to trust a man she doesn’t even know, Cassandra finds she’s drawn to him even though a relationship between them is impossible. And she can’t afford any distractions. If they don’t stay one step ahead of the warriors, Nikon will be imprisoned and she enslaved. Cassandra must use all the senses she has left if they’re to remain free.
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I loved the cover and blurb when recommended it by an author, so decided to read it straight away, it was so intriguing as a plot line.
Oh my gosh, I fell in love with this book!
As a reader of abuse it 40 books a month, it does now take a lot to get a rave review from me, but is sure is going to be that when I head over to goodreads.
Awww, thank you so much! That means a lot to me! I’m thrilled that you fell in love with it!!! And thanks for reviewing it. That makes my day!
You are welcome, it really was a stunning book. When is the release date for number two please?
Oops, about, not abuse! Stupid iPad.
I totally understand. I get errors like that all the time. I don’t have a specific release date for #2 yet. It depends on how much my kids let me work this summer, but I’m hoping for end of this year/early next at the latest.