Blind Curve (Warner Forever) Mass Market Paperback – 19 May 2005
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Annie Solomon knows how to keep the reader glued to the page (Rendezvous)
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Top Customer Reviews
I loved this book. Very gritty, realistic characters, a strong male principal and a plain female lead, which is refreshing for a romance novel. At one point I was just finishing up my reading and about to put my light out when something happened out of the blue in the story and I had to keep reading and that has never happened to me before. The actual plot isn't the strongest but I was quite glad as the chemistry between the two main characters was so interesting and gripping I wouldn't have wanted to story to take me away from them being the focus. Was very disappointment when I finished it and to be honest I think there is room for a follow on book.
The story revolves around the sudden blindness of main character, Danny, and his developing relationship with his therapist, Martha.As an undercover cop, Danny has been in danger before, but now he has to learn to trust each another, because they are being hunted for what Danny has witnessed in the past.Frustrated and angry, Danny has to learn to cope with his blindness, while trying to solve the problem of why someone is determined to kill him.
I liked the way that Solomons developed the plot avoiding the obvious and introducing a level of unexpected thrill, that made this a really gripping read.It is a little different from the usual romantic thrillers I have read in having such a strong, rather plain, female lead, instead of one of the weak, clingy types.
READ AND ENJOY!