Blind Date

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Mark Barnes lost his eyesight--and his fiancee--when he stepped on a landmine in one of America's overseas wars. He knows better than to fall for the sexy ex-basketball star, but Amy Halprin invades his thoughts.

Amy isn't looking for a man, but if she were, she'd want someone who could play catch with their children, go for long runs with her. Still, there's something compelling about Mark. More

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Published by Rob Preece
Words: 45,190
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781602151888
About Robyn Anders

Robyn Anders writes with a sly touch of humor as well as a keen sense for emotion. A native of Texas, Robyn writes of cowboys, tattoo tycoons, soldiers, and the women who love them.

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Review by: Rebecca Miller on Aug. 27, 2012 :
Great read!
I enjoyed this short story. Robyn created characters that I cheered for and wanted to end up together in a very short time. That's not easy. Great romantic tension and believable real world problems to overcome. The bike ride was incredible. I don't have the challenge of living without my sight but this story gave me a glance into what it must be like. The struggle to keep your dignity and pride seems to be almost harder than the rest.
My only complaint would be how quickly the story ended. The pacing was a bit off. I think at least another chapter or two for it to feel natural. If there was a word limit then I understand.
Great read, well done Robyn!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Rebecca Miller on Aug. 27, 2012 :
I enjoyed this short story. Robyn created characters that I cheered for and wanted to end up together in a very short time. That's not easy. Great romantic tension and believable real world problems to overcome. The bike ride was incredible. I don't have the challenge of living without my sight but this story gave me a glance into what it must be like. The struggle to keep your dignity and pride seems to be almost harder than the rest.
My only complaint would be how quickly the story ended. The pacing was a bit off. I think at least another chapter or two for it to feel natural. If there was a word limit then I understand.
Great read, well done Robyn!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Rebecca Miller on Aug. 27, 2012 : (no rating)
I enjoyed this short story. Robyn created characters that I cheered for and wanted to end up together in a very short time. That's not easy. Great romantic tension and believable real world problems to overcome. The bike ride was incredible. I don't have the challenge of living without my sight but this story gave me a glance into what it must be like. The struggle to keep your dignity and pride seems to be almost harder than the rest.
My only complaint would be how quickly the story ended. The pacing was a bit off. I think at least another chapter or two for it to feel natural. If there was a word limit then I understand.
Great read, well done Robyn!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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