What would you do for the one you love? Could you walk away?
An accident leaves Teresa March scarred and completely blind. Teresa slowly learns to adapt to life in the dark, reclaiming her independence.
What’s a romance without a love triangle? Two ex-military men, Bastian, and his partner David, have moved to Spokane. Specializing in security systems and 3-D topographical mapping, their company, PreClan, is working on a sensitive project for the military. Despite looming deadlines, neither man is too busy to compete for Teresa’s affections, resorting to a game of one-up-manship and guerrilla tactics to win her heart.
And a Dog with Attitude: 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.
This collection of the Team Red Blind series (Adult version) includes books 4, 5, and 6. Blind Rage, Blind-sided, Blind Luck, and the novella, Blush (previously included in a Shades of Pink Anthology).
BLIND RAGE: Bastian Declan, David’s business partner and Teresa’s childhood friend, has loved Teresa for years. He wastes no time seizing this new opportunity to finally win her heart. While David is stuck in Boston hoping to resolve his personal conflict and restore his relationship with Teresa, PreClan’s top-secret surveillance system is at a critical stage. Tension is high, and the house is full of very capable guards, after another foiled attempt to steal the technology. Teresa, vacillating between hurt at David’s deception, and wonder at Bastian’s potential, doesn’t fully appreciate the danger. Understandably excited by all the activity, will Red’s vigilance and unique bond with Teresa be enough to keep her safe?
BLIND-SIDED: The house is full of Mustangs, and the Wild Horse Compound, now affectionately referred to as Mustang Ranch, is only a few weeks away from completion. There is a feeling of security, yet not—Teresa’s anxiety attacks seem to disregard logic. Thankfully, the Team Red detail understands and supports her as she battles unseen demons. Bastian is at an undisclosed East Coast location doing PreClan military software upgrades. At home, David is exerting subtle, yet unrelenting pressure – he wants a second chance. Will David's obsessive behavior completely destroy the tenuous balance of his relationship with her and Bas?
BLIND LUCK: The final book of the series is set in Lake Tahoe/Reno, as Team Red tries to help the FBI and local police identify members of a vicious gang. This book will tie up the loose threads of the series and set the stage for an offshoot Wild Horse series featuring the Mustangs.
BLUSH (NOVELLA): Detective Gil Westfield is intelligent, protective, and ruggedly handsome. What’s a girl to do when the unattainable, older man of her dreams finally looks her way? If you’re Ash, you blush with shy pleasure and hope to hold his attention. This storyline falls roughly between books three and four.
WARNING: This series features Laugh-Out-Loud paranormal extra spicy romance (Yes, I’ve boldly meshed humor and sex *gasp!*). These Team Red novels contain a feisty blind woman with a sassy attitude; a smarty-pants German shepherd who stalks low flying objects (and the occasional cat); two sexy retired Navy men with a talent for tactical planning; a man-cave with secret tunnels and classified military toys; a lot of time spent at the Police Department; Marilyn Monroe and other celebrity voices; and a herd of Mustangs (okay, maybe ‘herd’ is a slight exaggeration). This book is INTENDED FOR MATURE ADULTS OVER 18. Contains situations and language not appropriate for children.
About the Author
T. Hammond lives in Eastern WA State with her bi-color German shepherd, Molly (aka: Sater-Nordlicht Hot Tamale v. Wil-bar), and a dozen freshwater fish. Her pets have yet to start a conversation in her mind, but Molly is pretty adept at head tilts and sign language, and the fish always beg with “We’re so starving” stares. T feels that writing is not a calling so much as it is a compulsion. No one is more surprised than she is when characters take over the plot and dialog, (re)directing stories in directions she had not (consciously) intended. Although she starts out each novel with a basic outline, she finds that one or two chapters into the novels, not only have the characters shredded her outline into tiny unidentifiable pieces, they use the resulting confetti in a nose-thumbing parade. She is fully convinced the writer is the tool a story uses to tell its tale.