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Blind Attraction [Kindle Edition]

A.C. Warneke
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Once upon a time....
There was a young man who was terribly handsome, extraordinarily charming and suitably rich. He enjoyed life and all that it had to offer, even if he was growing weary of being alone. One evening, he saw a beautiful woman through a storefront window and he knew that his life would never be the same.
The Fates have other ideas....
Before he had the opportunity to meet her he is in a car accident and lost his vision with no knowledge of when – or if – it would return. For several weeks, the image of the gorgeous enchantress was the only light in his dark world and he knew that he had to meet her. So he contrived a reason to go into her store, using his blindness to his advantage as he introduced himself to his dream girl. Sparks flew and he fell madly, passionately in love....
~Blind Attraction~
In a world where image is everything sometimes it takes losing your sight to finally be able to see.

Blind Attraction is 62,000 word contemporary romance that is a little bit of spice and a whole lot of sweet.

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  • File Size: 1297 KB
  • Print Length: 216 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1481807986
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00B97R5WE
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Hero Needed to Do Some Serious Groveling February 10, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I wanted to like this story, and I didn't hate it. But Victoria, the heroine, is apparently the blind one here if she can't see that her "best friend" is just a colossal witch! If someone said some of the things to me that Taylor says to Victoria, I'd deck them. Seriously. Then to find out later who Taylor really was? Wow, it just multiplied my dislike of her for the way she treated Victoria.

Then there's the shallow hero. SPOILER ALERT: When James' sight returns, he can be forgiven for kissing Taylor by mistake. Well, not really. I mean he's been kissing Victoria and has made love with her and he totally ignores the tactile clues that are right there at his fingertips -- literally! But when he gets drunk and calls Victoria? What an incredible horse's behind! And then he agrees to go out with Taylor!!!!!! It just got worse and worse and yes, there's an HEA, but good grief, Victoria seriously needed to hold out for some very intense groveling and sucking up. On top of it all, at one point SHE apologized to HIM!

I hate to only give 3-star reviews, but I just can't give this one any more. Just too many unlikable characters and actions.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Good idea for a happy ending love story, bad execution February 10, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
This story had a great idea, about finding love where you least expect it, that looks are not everything, that true love comes from the inside, not out. I thought this was going to be good due to the rating, but I made the mistake of not reading any reviews, I mean the other couple of people who felt the way I did.

-----SPOILERS-----

Victoria is beautiful, but simple woman who does not compare to her gorgeous, to die for, best friend Taylor. A gorgeous, rich man (James) sees Taylor through a store window and vows to meet the woman of his dreams, but before that could happen, he is in a car accident that takes his site. So when he finally goes to meet Taylor, he meets Victoria instead, thinking that it is Taylor and falls in love with her. Good idea for a love story, but this is where it went wrong.

Victoria's insecurities were through the entire book till the very end. Constantly comparing herself to Taylor. It got old real fast, even at the end. I was also tired of reading how Taylor talked down to Victoria, or how she slept with Victoria's boyfriends to get back at her for fear of stealing her dad away (turns out they are half sisters) and Victoria had no issues with it or doesn't mind being talked down too. It is like this till the end of the book.

James blindness is not believable. Some might say that it is a story, but what gets me how his eyesight comes back. He just wakes up one morning and poof, has perfect eyesight after 3 months of blindness. He had no light sensitivity, perfect vision with depth perception. He even drove shortly after waking up, never missing a step. Now I have never been blind, but I know how I feel if I stay in a dark place for long and then turn on the light.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Everything is not always as the eyes can see. February 12, 2013
By DCT
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I downloaded this one as a free read, and I enjoyed it. It had a great premise; Hot, rich guy sees a beautiful girl that he wants to meet, but looses his vision before he can-he then meets who he "thinks" is the girl and falls for her charm and inner beauty and then it gets interesting. What I did not love about the book was Victoria's low self esteem and how it impacted her decisions, Taylor's demeanor, attitude and entitlement, and how poorly James handled the situation when he regained his sight. Overall, I love a romantic story with a HEA ending, but this could have been so much deeper/richer. For the most part it was a feel good lighthearted read.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Sorry Wasn't One Of My Favorites February 9, 2013
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It didn't gel with me. A person with sudden blindness wouldn't bounce back so fast nor have such a sense of humor as did our hero. I truely didn't like him and felt him shallow and rather ignorant when it came to women especially talking to them. The heroine mentioned her plain looks verses her friends beauty so much I got tired of hearing it. Wat wat wat... When paternity issues were resolved I felt it was a silly twist that added nothing to the story. I have to admit towards the end I read dialogue only and was glad to have downloaded it for free.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars .. February 18, 2013
By CTmom
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Don't even know where to start. The main character victoria literally has no self esteem. She has a best friend who has slept with numerous men Victoria was either interested in or was in a relationship with. Yet she maintains this friendship? This would never happen in the real world. Then she falls in love with a man who is temporarily blind, and when he miraculously gets his sight back he's upset with her for not being the woman he thought she was. During a phone conversation he literally insults her appearance. Then he just decides he really is in love with her and she takes him back.

The naive behaviour, lack of self esteem, and ridiculous friendship were irritating; then add in this outrageous relationship and you get a poorly written story.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another great one by Warneke February 1, 2013
By Jacque
Format:Kindle Edition
LOVE LOVE LOVE IT! It was so sweet I was sad to see it end. I honestly I just couldn't put it down. I haven't read a regular romance in a while (usually I'm a Para-romance gal) and I'm so glad I got to read this book. The flow of the book was perfect. I adored all the characters and I'm hoping this will become a series. The romance and sex was hot. I enjoyed this book so much I've already recommended it to several friends. I really enjoy this author's writing style and even though AC Warneke's books tend to be paranormal I think she did a excellent job with regular romance. Looking forward to your next book.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars I really liked this book.
James goes blind in an accident. Relying on is memory he had to meet this girl he saw. Victoria was at the place he remembered. James decided to ask Victoria out. Read more
Published 2 months ago by Shon C Allen
2.0 out of 5 stars not for me
This one just didnt work out for me. I really enjoy her gargoyle series but this book was a hard one to get through.
Published 4 months ago by elgato
4.0 out of 5 stars Good book
I liked the story very much.
I had this book for free and it was a nice surprise.

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Published 5 months ago by M. Anna
1.0 out of 5 stars Blind
I tried to like this book, but the heroine needed self esteem and a better best friend. *spoiler* What kind of friend waits eight years to tell her that they are really half... Read more
Published 9 months ago by BookLuv
5.0 out of 5 stars Suzie Housley, Romance Junkies Book Reviewer
James Templeton lives the perfect life; from running his successful design business, to possessing the sex appeal that allows him to have the most beautiful women in the world at... Read more
Published 11 months ago by Suzie Housley
4.0 out of 5 stars Either you know you are attractive or not!
Victoria frustrated me throughout the book even though I loved the concept.
How can 1 girl be that insecure about the way she looks if she gets admiring looks from men. Read more
Published 12 months ago by M
4.0 out of 5 stars "See me"
Victoria doesn't consider herself outstandingly beautiful. Well, not when compared to her best friend Taylor whose statuesque figure, blond hair, and hazel eyes draws attention... Read more
Published 12 months ago by M. Smith
5.0 out of 5 stars Bellacalma
Great story James temporary loses his sight due to an accident. In his mind he has his dream girl but Victoria is not what he had in mind however, her half sister is his dream... Read more
Published 12 months ago by BellaCalma
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely wonderful
I really loved the story. I never would have guessed the story would have turned the way it did. It was a great love story. Really enjoyed it.
Published 12 months ago by Ana Garcia
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it
I really wanted to love this story. However, I thought the heroine's best friend was a pig. She is suppose to be the beautiful one and with a friend like her you certainly... Read more
Published 12 months ago by Gatorfan
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More About the Author

Like most writers, I spend most of my time telling myself stories and occasionally writing them down when they get too loud to remain in my head. The characters are also very demanding, wanting to go out into the world to be discovered by millions of adoring readers, though they are most satisfied with having only a few readers that truly love them. From the gargoyles that sit on top of the roofs to the Siren who lures her wolf astray to the Aradians and Apocritae to those who battle evil, the characters are everything.

Instead of going through the traditional gatekeepers of the publishing world I have leapt over the walls with the help of digital catapults (starting with kindle direct and createspace) and messenger e-birds (goodreads, facebook, twitter, RNC, etc), going directly to the public. It has been a year and while my strong hold is small it grows larger every day as I connect with other rebels throughout the lands and the readers who support our work. It is a glorious day to be a writer.

When it comes to the actual writing I have discovered that every single one of my books likes to be created in a different way, which makes establishing an environment that is most conducive to my writing is not likely, though it occasionally involves chocolate covered raisins, music, minesweeper, occasionally Mahjong, lots of solitaire, notebooks and scraps of paper, doodling and day dreaming, and fruity, sugar-free bubble gum, not necessarily in that order and not always at the same time.

Of course, none of this would be possible without the love and support of my very loving and very tolerant family: my husband who encourages me to keep writing even when I act a little insane in regards to the worlds in my head, and my three kids who help out so much when I get lost in those same, darn worlds. They politely listen as I go on and on about my characters' motivations and back stories, their connections within the worlds created and how they fight to gain control of their destinies. But I am a cruel writer and make them earn their happy endings.

Since I am also a Romantic at heart, they are all happy endings.

Available Books:

Darkness Comes (February 2012 - PNR)
Blight (March 2012 - UF)
Stone Lover (March 2012 - PNR, romantica)
Siren Song (May 2012 - PNR)
Stone Romance (September 2012 - PNR, romantica)
Blind Attraction (Jan. 31, 2013 - Contemporary)

Coming soon-ish:

Awakening (PNR/UF)
Stone Destiny (PNR)
After Blight (UF)
Darkness Comes book 2 (PNR - title to be determined)

I love hearing from readers.
Email me at: acwarneke@yahoo.com
or connect on facebook: www.facebook.com/ACWarneke
or visit my blog and leave a comment: acwarneke.com

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