Love Isn't Blind
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How is love found by people who are blind?A sweet, romantic story about finding love without using the eyes. When Ashley met talented writer Anthony Lang, she fell in love with him at first sight. How could she not when he has everything she wanted in a man--attractive, intelligent, witty and kind? The only problem was that he was blind, and not because of that, really. But because he felt it made him a burden to any woman who would love him. But Ashley was adamant on loving Anthony. She knew that finding true love didn't always happen in a lifetime, and she has found hers in him. But if only she could make him realize that he has found his love, his chance of happiness, in her, too. Would he see reason with his heart, if not with his blind eyes?Can't stand the suspense? Download and find out what happens next!Free Bonus! Download Today and Receive:If you buy Sandra Ross’ “Love Isn't Blind" today, you’ll get a Free Preview of Sandra Ross’ book “Wrong Number”.When the police discovered Devon's husband Dan's wrecked car submerged in the bottom of the river, his body was never found. Devon, devastated, set up shop in a new place, intending on a fresh start. But she started receiving creepy phone calls asking for Dan, at the same time "seeing" him everywhere... outside of her shop, in her dreams. A psychic, she knew with a sense of dread that something was very wrong. Were those calls dialing to a wrong number like she'd first thought? Or was Dan's "ghost" right when he warned her in her dreams that she’s in terrible danger?Get this Free Bonus Preview when you purchase "Love Isn't Blind" today!!!(Available only during this limited time "Publisher Special Offer" promotion.)Excerpt:“You’re right, Ashley. I do have feelings for you and I have had almost since the first day you came here. But you’re a vibrant, beautiful and talented woman. I can’t saddle you with the life you would have with me. I’m blind, Ashley. You have no idea what that could mean to us. How can I make you happy if I can't even see you?” Ashley was standing right in front of him now and she took his hands in hers. Then she moved them up to her face. “Here,” she said. “I want you to 'see' me.” And she helped his fingers start tracing her face, slowly and gently. “I was right,” Anthony said softly, smiling. “You are beautiful.” She nodded, and she let his hand feel the movement. "Feel my skin, Anthony. Feel the heat. I love the touch of your skin on my face, as I know I'll love your skin touching my body. Don't you want that? Do you really believe we need your sight for us to fully love each other?"His breath seemed to get caught in his throat.Craving for more?Download and find out what happens next. Scroll up and get the book now!
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Love Isn't Blind
Blindness can be natural from birth, fatally accidental, and emotionally enduring, but does that mean one is not able to experience true love because of such an unfortunate fate? It doesn’t matter what happens in life because love will always be around the corner! Fortunately enough, we are given more than just the blissful gift of sight because we can also experience love through the pleasurable sense of touch, smell, and taste (of saliva from kissing, of course!). Needless to say, Sandra Ross is excellent in detailing a scenario of a romantic encounter between two entirely unique and different individuals in Love Isn’t Blind.
Firstly, Ashley is an aspiring writer who happens to accept a new job opportunity as a transcriber for a wealthy, but blind individual. She is smart, diligent, and very devoted in her work. Not only is she assisting him in his writing, but also providing the eyes for him to research work and perform other tasks in life. Furthermore, I like her persistent and courageous loving nature. She doesn’t care if he is a handicap and despite his flaws, she is able to see how he truly is even though he himself doesn’t even know it.
Next, we are introduced to Anthony Lang, once a high profiled FBI agent, but due to a tragic accident he suffered an unfortunate fate and lost his eyesight. My first interpretation of him is that he must be an extremely confident individual since he is a FBI agent. However, I realized that’s no longer true because of his flaws and the way he prevents himself from getting any closer to Ashley even though he has some feelings for her. Despite his blemishes, I admire his professionalism in his work, but also noticed that his true emotions aren’t shown from his outer appearance (since he always had on a bright smile and a muscular build). Instead, I felt that deep inside he is a depressed individual with no love in his life and that he can no longer be seductive because of his inability to see how others think of him.
In my opinion, the two main leads are perfect for each other because they are complete opposites of one another. Ashley is an independent individual and she wants to freely express her love for the other person in any way that she can. Anthony on the other hand, can no longer depend on himself and needs love and care, but is too stubborn to realize that.
Lastly, I do have a couple of minor concerns about Love Isn’t Blind. Unfortunately, it is not known if Ashley truly knows what happens in Anthony’s past. It will be great if Sandra Ross is able to include in detail about his past. Therefore, we can find out more about Ashley and also why she fell in love him instead of just simply admiring his sexy physical attributes. Furthermore, I would be much delighted if Sandra Ross could lengthen the story by a few more chapters to include what I said before and to expand on the rather short ending. For those reasons, I am not able to give this story a full five stars. Nonetheless, this story proves that there is a chance of love for everyone and it doesn’t matter what happens in the past and how you end up. Love and that special someone will still be waiting for you. Sometimes you’re just too blind to know that he/she is just right there!
- Categoría: Contemporáneo
- Publicación: 23/09/2012
- Editorial: Sandra Ross
- Vendedor: Smashwords, Inc.
- Páginas impresas: 54 páginas
- Idioma: Inglés