Blind since birth, Corrie Madison relies on her other sharpened senses in her job as a chiropractor. Never did she imagine she'd have to depend on them to identify a killer. But when a man enters her practice, murdering everyone in his path, Corrie is the only witness - putting her directly in the killer's crosshairs.
Officer Quint Axton wasn't looking for love, or even a relationship, until he meets Corrie. Beautiful and brave, resilient and intelligent, she's everything Quint wants - if he can keep her alive long enough to explore their mutual attraction. The threats on Corrie's life are escalating. Surely a blind person is helpless against a ruthless killer?
Hardly. Corrie is about to prove that disabled does not equal defenseless.
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Disability does not mean helpless
It ranks high as I loved this storyline and thought it was very original
Corrie was due to the fact that she did not let her blindness slow her down in any way
How the story was brought to life and made me feel like I was right there in it.
Yes I did it make me feel so much during it the whole book. I laughed I got scared and then I cried
This is so worth a credit if you want a good story then this is what you want. I love the authors books and the narrator does and amazing job with them
- Snoopyvet (Karen)