Blind Sided

Blind Sided

by Lindsay McKenna

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Blind Sided by Lindsay McKenna

Cade Patterson and Kara Knight have known each other since they were kids. But a boy from the wrong side of the tracks has little in common with the homecoming queen, so they never acted on their mutual feelings. After a stint in the Marines, Cade has returned to his hometown older and wiser, and now works for the sheriff's department. When he responds to a break-in call at the Delos Home School Foundation, the last person he expects to see there is Kara. All of his feelings and protective instincts go into overdrive when he learns she has been attacked.

Kara never expected to see Cade Patterson again, and especially not while she is nursing a broken nose after a break in at the school where she works. Kara has never forgotten the boy she grew up with, and she is impressed with the man he has become. When Kara's house is ransacked, Cade takes her home with him until they find out who is responsible. As the danger around them escalates, Cade fears he may have waited too late to let Kara know she has always had his heart.

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BN ID: 2940158105258
Publisher: Blue Turtle Publishing
Publication date: 06/05/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 216,810
File size: 493 KB

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Blind Sided 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
gdsnv More than 1 year ago
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review however I also purchased a copy of this book as part of a boxed set. In Blind Sided, Ms. McKenna drew in a touch of her Delos series, in that the story has ties to the Delos Foundation but you certainly do not have to read the series to enjoy this book. (I do recommend the Delos series, though, as they are great reads!) This particular story was very intense and dealt with some deep, dark issues but you will love the “sweetness”, for lack of a better word, of Kara and Cade. It is their depth that will get to you as it did me. Five stars all the way.