Blurb: Marketing consultant Beth Panera thrills at the prospect of working with computer engineer Logan Kirkland to make his new business, Sight Unseen, a success in Sarasota, Florida. When they meet face-to-face and Beth discovers that Logan is blind, she welcomes the opportunity to learn how someone who is visually impaired can live independently and run his own business. Despite her hesitation when it comes to trusting men, she and the sexy, charismatic Logan become fast friends, comfortable with each other and their unique talents and quirks.
Once the Sight Unseen store opens and their business association ends, they decide to explore their relationship on a much deeper level. Logan’s blindness and society’s preconceived notions about it are only two of many difficulties that they face as a couple.
Beth comes to think of Logan as her “blind warrior,” a strong, handsome, honorable man she loves in spite of her fear of betrayal. However, it becomes clear that Beth is not the only one in their relationship who has trust issues to resolve. Logan’s greatest challenge lies ahead, and Beth’s blind warrior must fight the greatest battle of his life if he wants to win her heart forever.
I am so glad I am done with this book. It was…. you guys, I don’t want to be mean but this book was terrible. Just awful. There was no real storyline to it. Just a series of events that happened in succession to these characters. There was no real plot, they met, fell in love and life happened. I found it to be melodramatic. It was also insta-love on top of that. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind a good insta-love as long as its written in such a way to make me believe it. I just could not suspend my belief for this one.
The main thing that bothered me about this book was the way the author described BDSM. It was so far from what I know of it, it was just ridiculous. I get it. Its not everyone’s cup of tea. But she wrote a couple characters who practiced that lifestyle as delinquents and violent. Just so incorrect on so many levels.
And the way the male MC acted at the end was so out of character for him. I started to not only roll my eyes but I found my whole head was moving at some points. I think at some point the book was non-redeemable for me. Sometimes a book can change your mind as you read, but it just kept getting so off the wall that I didn’t even try once I got two thirds in.
I bet you are asking why I finished it instead of DNF’ing it right? Well, that’s an excellent question. When I started to read this book I was in a slump, so I put it aside because I didn’t want my own funkiness to interfere with my enjoyment of it. Took me about 3 weeks till it passed and I was very excited to start this one up again because I thought the beginning was pretty good. It just went downhill for me. I persevered because I didn’t want to start the new year off with a DNF, but alas, can’t please everyone.