Blind Passion

Blind Passion

by Bonnie Dee

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ISBN-13: 9781942356431
Publisher: TKA Distribution
Publication date: 12/26/2014
Series: Wyatt Brothers , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 177
Sales rank: 773,570
File size: 1 MB

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Whether you're a fan of contemporary, paranormal, or historical romance, you'll find something to enjoy among my books. I'm interested in flawed, often damaged, people who find the fulfillment they seek in one another. To stay informed about new releases, please SIGN UP FOR MY NEWSLETTER. Help an author out by leaving a review and spreading the word about this book among your friends. You can join my street team at FB. Learn more about my backlist at http://bonniedee.com or find me on FB and Twitter @Bonnie_Dee.

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Blind Passion 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Joey442 More than 1 year ago
Leah was blinded after being in a car accident. Even though she comes from a wealthy family where she can get anything money can buy she is determined to overcome her limitations being blind has brought to her life and wants to move into her own apartment. Her parents agree to the move but are worried about her so they hire a bodyguard to follow her around but he can't tell her who he is. The man they hire is J.D. Wyatt and he has his own issues. After a tour of duty he has survivor's guilt and PTSD, making it hard for him to move on with his life. J.D. becomes Leah's neighbour and meets her by "accident". A friendship is built and leads to more between the pair. This is a wonderful romance with sad spots too. Like when Leah's friend, Bets, left or when J.D. was worried Leah would find out about his secret. He saw how upset she was by his lie or rather the thing he didn't tell her so he knew she would be REALLY upset when she found out the bigger secret he was keeping. I enjoyed this unusual romantic suspense and recommend it.
chucha_13 More than 1 year ago
Both of them have their own personal issues, baggage, and a whole lot of past to deal with. Leah started from scratch since the first day she realized there would be no way she would gain her sight once again. But she had made a long way since then. She was ready to live alone, now if she can only convince her parents. After series of talks and pleads, she finally gained their approval, and on her first day, she met her new neighbor with a voice that made her world not the same again. J.D. Wyatt had served the military, and now, he was on his own and is struggling financially and emotionally. When Leah's parents hired him to be her sort-of-bodyguard without the former knowing, he took the opportunity. But the more time he spent with her, the more they get closer, and the secret was just too much to bear. He was lying by omission, and lying nonetheless He wasn't good enough for her, and she wouldn't let herself be a 'burden' for him. Tough issues to deal with, not to mention all those secrets that J.D. is keeping from Leah. Will their love be enough? These were REAL frustrations coming off Leah, real emotions, real doubts of a person who had lost her sight. So I completely understand her, and where she's coming from, or at least I try. Her issues with honesty as well. Who would like being lied to? Certainly not me. It was understandable, why she decided to put a space between her and J.D. As for J.D., I think he needed to heal himself first before he decided to jump into a relationship. He has some serious issues he needed to work on.  Nevertheless, there were two secondary characters which caught my attention and will be featured in the next book of the series. They had me laughing and grinning the first time they met, and I couldn't wait for their turn. Blind Passion is a short, nice read. It has enough drama, enough steam and just enough romance to keep you glued to your readers. I like that it ended with a happy-ever-after and with some issues still needed for the couple to work on to. 
jojoNE More than 1 year ago
As a disabled person I'm drawn to stories that depict the trials and tribulations of our lives in a vivid and believable way.Ms. Dee has quickly become my go-to author in meeting my needs as many of her title deals with disabilities.In this series starter a young woman recently blinded in a car accident is struggling to make it on her own, getting out from under the protection of her parents while dealing with her own insecurities and fears in an easily relatable.With her parents still scared for her safety though they unbeknownst to her hire a sexy Southerner just returned from the war and just as lost and scared of the future as she is.As next door neighbors become friends and slowly morph into more will the truth about their meeting blind her even further to a love she once thought she'd never have or will she accept the confidence and support he's brought to her life? This is a book full of emotional upheaval.Just when Leah and JD look to be heading towards HEA painful truths come between them.If JD had been honest from the start, as he wanted to be, things would have gone much smoother for them.JD was an honorable man from the very start.He saw a lot of death and was held prisoner while in the military and it's left him with lots of issues of his own.Survivor's guilt and PTSD haunt him and keep him from moving forward. Being with Leah gave him purpose and a desire to be better.It's was heartbreaking seeing how far he fell when they were apart with his pain palpable.I felt sympathetic towards him and adored him too for all his charm and sweet nature despite all the ugliness in his past. Leah came from a family of weath and despite her blindness had it pretty easy.Most disabled people couldn't afford all the help she got which made her appear a bit out of touch with reality.She seemed a bit naive too about the darkness of war and a children of alcoholics as her family was idyllic.While I admired her wanting to live on her own her path to independence was made very easy courtesy of her parents.I also felt she was too hard on JD after all he'd done for and meant to her, giving an impression of superiority.While I didn't love everything about her I found her difficulties and concerns with getting around realistic and vividly detailed as to give readers insight into a world they never knew of. Along with these two emotionally bruised main characters came the engaging Gina and Micah.Gina was the outspoken aide to Leah who's been unlucky in love.She's a tell-it-like-it-is gal and I enjoyed her scenes as she brought great energy to every scene she was in and I look forward to her taking center stage in the next story.JD's brother Micah brought much needed humor to this story and his pick-up lines did just that.He's a player with a hidden heart of gold.His father's alcoholism left him with abandonment issues reflected in his numerous one-night stands which are just hinted at and I'm greatly anticipating the merry chase Gina will lead him on.These are strong characters who easily took over the scenes they were in and will make great lead characters. This was an emotionally intense and sensual story of two very different people brought together through their painful pasts.Their relationship was rocky but richly rewarding in this series starter.I adored JD and found him a great book boyfriend but was frustrated by Leah's naïveté even as I admired her finally living life on her own.With Gina and Micah though I have much to look f
Sami88 More than 1 year ago
It wasn't what I was expecting. I figured the girl, Leah would be full of doubt, insecurity, and a pain the butt. That wasn't the case. She could have been and I give serious props to the author for not making her character that way.  J.D. hasn't had a perfect life. Against his childhood and a tour overseas that left him with a handful of issues, he's hired to protect Leah.  Together these two have their own demons to battle and are battling a new relationship issue as well. I mean no relationship is perfect right? These two make their way through and when they are torn apart...can they repair it before it's too late or do they let it go and move on? I hope you read it to find out.