Can a blind woman who shares a very special bond with her dog, gain her independence and choose between the love of TWO sailors?
In Blind Seduction an accident leaves Teresa March scarred and completely blind. Encouraged by the support of her friends, Teresa sets about adapting to life in the dark, reclaiming her independence.
Best friends make the toughest adversaries. Sebastian Declan and David Preston retire after twenty years of service to their country. Teresa’s scars discourage neither man in their newest mission: winning her heart. Bastian’s battle is uphill, overcoming Teresa’s negative teenage impression. David is a virtual stranger who fell in love with Teresa through Bas’ pictures and childhood stories. These sexy sailors will stop at nothing, including deploying military tactics, to secure Teresa for themselves.
Smart, opinionated, and handsome commonly describe German Shepherds. Teresa’s service dog, Red, is all this, and then some. Red and Teresa are surprised to discover they share a bond which allows Red to speak into Teresa’s mind. Red’s adept tracking skills, and ability to deduce information, open new opportunities for the pair. More importantly, his quirky humor brightens Teresa’s dark world.
Welcome to Team Red!
You will laugh out loud (the author apologizes in advance for the strange looks you will get when you start to giggle uncontrollably), in this Humorous, Spicy, Paranormal Romance.
ARNING: 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.
Blind Seduction begins with Teresa and her best friend working at the dog kennel. They just had a litter of pups born, and now are excited about them getting bigger. But when an accident happens on the same day Teresa is left blind. Now after having to adjust to her new disability, she gets the puppy she wanted from that fateful day that changed her life. However, he dog "Red" is not normal to say the least. Add in the fact that her best friend's brother and his friend are both trying to get her to be with them she's in for a world of drama.
The book was really very interesting. I thought it was a pretty good read, and I enjoyed the unique aspect of the book. And the fact that this is a series just starting out just makes it that much more appealing. I loved the heroine. She handled her new found dog, and disabilty quite well with very little fuss over it. That doesn't mean at times she didn't seem a little down, but she still was a good sport about it all. I really admired her for that. And I just adored Red. He is a nifty dog, and I would die to have one just like him! The rest of the characters are also interesting, and humours as well. The plot line had me intrigued from the start, and all the way to the very end. I look forward to reading more in this series now.