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Blind Curve

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2014

    This book is fantastic. should be a movie. The situation of bein

    This book is fantastic. should be a movie. The situation of being blind is covered well and with emotion in every page. It has passion and sensuality and sex. I reread it every few years. It's a keeper. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2005

    Thumbs up!

    Cover to cover and never a dull moment. Blind Curve has what you would expect from a romantic thriller. Annie Solomon's descriptive writing puts you right there with the characters. If you're looking for suspense - you'll find it (lots of it) in this book.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Terrific romance

    Two days ago Sokanan, New York undercover cop Danny ¿Turq¿ Sinofsky banged his head during a crime scene, but thought nothing of it. Now he is working a sting operation to buy illegal weapons from a teenager at the abandoned McClanhan warehouse when shots are fired. The fifteen years old seller is hit and Danny is unable to see. His ¿ghosts¿ come to the rescue.................... The doctors explain that he suffers from cortical blindness caused by a stroke when he hit his head two days ago. He is irate and feeling hopeless, but insists he will see soon. Orientation mobility specialist Martha ¿Scare¿ Crowe is assigned to teach Danny how to live in the dark, but he rejects her overtures. She, in turn, hides her identity because back in high school she fell in unrequited love with her patient. As she bullies him, someone fears he will regain his vision and eye witness the criminal so attempts are made on his and Martha¿s lives. No place, not even a safehouse, can keep the pair out of harm¿s way; though Martha¿s wonders if the real danger is to her heart......................... The key to the terrific BLIND CURVE is the professional relationship between Danny and Martha as she cajoles, nags, and challenges him to adjust while he clings to the hope that he will wake up with his eyesight back. The intrigue is well done enhancing this fine tale as Annie Solomon uses Danny¿s new blindness as a handicap to their safety and in turn to his mental well being. The story line starts off as a police procedural but switches more into a medical romantic suspense starring a teacher and her angry reluctant pupil............................ Harriet Klausner

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    Posted November 2, 2011

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